Many Hong Kong people like to put a tank of goldfish in their homes or offices to beautify the indoor environment, which can also be a good sign. Goldfish are rich in appearance and dazzling colors, and they have naturally become Hong Kong people's favorites. When visiting Goldfish Street, you don't have to walk into shops one after another, and you can see different kinds of fish along the way. The shop here puts fish in a small plastic bag filled with oxygen in advance, and writes the price on the bag, and then hangs it in rows on the iron rack in front of the shop for customers to buy. Some tropical fish, expensive ornamental fish, or fish farming equipment or fish tanks can be found in the shop; the entire Goldfish Street is like an "aquarium" in a busy market. In recent years, in addition to aquarium shops, Goldfish Street has also opened many pet shops, especially shops selling insects and reptiles.
Goldfish Market is a characteristic street. There are no barrier-free facilities and all local passages are flat roads. The design is fairly wide but there are too many pedestrians on the road. Wheelchair users must be especially careful.
Tung Choi Street/Goldfish Street is narrow and crowded, so wheelchair users are advised not to go alone.
- Tung Choi Street is a special street for the wholesale and retail of goldfish and aquatic products, so there is no formal entrance
- All local passages in Tung Choi Street are flat roads, the design is still wide but there are too many pedestrians on the road, wheelchair users should be especially careful
- There are steps and ramps for all shops to go up and down. It is difficult for wheelchair users to go up and down. It is recommended not to go alone
- Tung Choi Street does not have accessible toilets