Hong Kong’s Annual Farmers’ Market
Now in its 11th year, the aim of Farmfest is to encourage the public to choose local produce. Over 200 booths will be selling fresh organic fruits and vegetables, chilled fish, dried seafood and ornamental plants along with local delicacies, kitchenware, household goods and eco products.
DATE: December 30 – January 2
TIME : 10am-8pm
PRICE : Free Admission
PLACE : Fa Hui Park, Mong Kok, Kowloon, HK
ENQUIRIES : HK Vegetable Marketing Organization
TEL : +852 9852 2307
EMAIL : email@example.com
WEBSITE : farmfest.hk
MAP : Fa Hui Park
Hong Kong’s largest local farmers’ market features local premium produce, fresh organic fruits and vegetables, chilled and dried seafood and ornamental plants and selling local delicacies, gourmet food, household goods as well as organic and green products. Activities include cultural performances, health talks and cooking demonstrations presented for visitors of all ages. There will be free shuttle bus service every 15 minutes from Shek Kip Mei MTR Station exit B1. Members of youth groups such as the Scout Association of Hong Kong and Hong Kong St John Ambulance will sell organic produce they have grown. Farmfest is an annual event jointly organized by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Vegetable Marketing Organization, Fish Marketing Organization to encourage the public to choose local produce and promote the revitalization and sustainable development of local agriculture and fisheries.
BUS (1, 1A, 2D, 6D, 12A, 40, 42, 81S, 87D, 281A, 2C, 104, 113) get off before or after Caritas House, Tai Hang Tung Recreation Ground, PSRC or Prince Edward Railway Station then walk to Fa Hui Park. NOTE : Fa Hui Park at Boundary Street bus stop in front of the station will be suspended during the carnival to ease traffic flow
MTR : Shek Kip Mei Station – free shuttle bus directly to the venue or the Mong Kok Police Station in Prince Edward station about 15 minutes walk to Fa Hui Park.
EAST RAIL : Grand Century Place in Mong Kok East Station exit, then walk 5 minutes to Fa Hui Park.