Sightseeing around flower market
Flower Market Road is centrally located and within striking distance of many interesting sightseeing destinations. It is particularly close to several other Markets and details can be found here.
Mong Kok Stadium
Mong Kok Stadium is a stadium which is actually on Flower Market Road. It has a seating capacity of 6,664 and is the venue for the HK Football League (soccer) First Division.
A historic road than once was the boundary between British Kowloon and China.
Fa Hui Park
A public park north of Boundary Street this is where the Kowloon Lunar New Year Fair is held every year. Flower vendors from Flower Market Road make a great show here. There is also a community garden section which is similar to the "allotments" system in England where the public are allocated small pieces of land to grow their own produce.
Diocesan Boys' School
Founded in 1869 this is one of the oldest schools in Hong Kong. The school is a Christian based secondary school that is highly prestigious. Although not open to the public the interesting architecture is well visible from the outside.
King George V
Part of the English Schools Foundation this historic school founded in 1894 accepts both boys and girls into a secondary school program based on the International Baccalaureate or IB.
Kwong Wah Hospital
Not just a hospital but a major charitable force in Hong Kong history the Kwong Wah Hospital houses the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Museum.
Dedicated to preserving Chinese opera by keeping the traditions alive in a daily performance atmosphere this theater has a long history. The only Grade II listed historic theater in Hong Kong it was for many years abandoned but now hosts live opera performances regularly. Another important historical building is just across the road in the Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market.