Location: Jade Market | Accessibility category: Open-air market and themed shopping street | Accessibility information: Jade Market is an old-style
There are two places where you can buy jade in Yau Ma Tei: the Jade Market on Gansu Street and the Canton Road Jade Street near Gansu Street. There are hundreds of jade stalls in the jade market. The goods are rich and frugal, including jade carvings, jade pendants, jade rings, jade bracelets and jade decorations. Identifying jade is a kind of knowledge. If you want to buy more expensive jade, it is best to have an expert.
The Jade Market is an old-fashioned bazaar, divided into two zones, entrances and exits, with flat passages. However, there are no barrier-free facilities in the jade market, so people in wheelchairs need to pay attention. Most places in the market have narrow passageways, and wheelchair users are not recommended to go alone. MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit C, walk along Nathan Road to Gansu Street.
The Jade Market is an old-fashioned market with a narrow design. It is recommended that wheelchair users do not go alone.
Address : 251 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
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- The Jade Market is divided into two areas, AB, and the entrances and exits of the two areas are flat and wide
- The passages in the Jade Market are generally flat roads, but most of the passages in the market are narrower, making it difficult for wheelchair users to enter and exit
- There are no accessible toilets in the Jade Market. If necessary, you can use the accessible toilets on Shanghai Street
- There are parking spaces for the disabled on Battery Street near Gansu Street