Hong Kong’s Best Farmers’ Markets For Organic Produce

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We confess that we are farmers’ market junkies. No matter where we travel to in the world, our first stop is always the local market. We have what must be tens of thousands of photos of vegetables from stalls in dozens of countries. There’s something so beautiful about colorful, fresh mounds of ripe fruits and vegetables. Hong Kong gets a bad rep for not having enough farmers’ markets, but actually, if you know where to look, there are actually a fair few. Turns out, Green Queen knows where to look 😉

Here’s a roundup of every market throughout our fair city where you can find organic produce. Not only does that mean you are supporting your local farmers, you are also getting the freshest in-season selection at friendly prices. Win-win all around! Fun challenge: make it your goal to visit them before Christmas!

handmade Hong Kong

Handmade Hong Kong – Great For Craft Lovers

A ferry ride away for non-DB dwellers, Handmade Hong Kong has become a must-visit destination for locals and tourists alike (they regularly feature on “Top Things To Do in Hong Kong” lists). The team behind Handmade Hong Kong is passionate about crafts, gifts and all things handmade though they do have a fair few artisanal food stalls and have just confirmed USDA Organic certified aquaponics farm Evergreens Republic as a regular vendor so you can definitely get your juicing and salad essentials. Find out more about Evergreens Republic here.

When:  Second Sunday of every month from 11AM to 6PM (except January, June & July); exact dates here.

Where: Discovery Bay Main Plaza & North Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong.

Contact Info: connect@handmadehongkong.com

Mapopo Farm

Mapopo Community Farm – Great For Farm Exploring

The Mapopo Community Farm in Fanling is a large organic farm that grows a wide range of fruits and vegetables. They also host farmers’ markets, guided tours and green living workshops. It’s a long way out especially if you live in the island area, but we love that they have regular market hours for you to stock up on organic produce from an actual running farm.

When: Wednesdays 2PM-6PM & Sundays 11AM-6PM

Where: Ma Sik Road, Fanling

Contact Info: mapopo.farm@gmail.com; +852 9761 6123

Mei Foo

Mei Foo Farm Fest – Great For Eco Warriors

The YMCA manages the Mei Foo Farm Fest, a weekly farmers’ market that is family-friendly with regular eco-living craft and farming activities and boasts a lovely group of local farmers who are more than happy to chit chat about their latest organic harvest.

When: Sundays 11AM-5PM

Where: Kwai Chung Road, Mei Foo (under the flyover)

Contact Info: mfff@tc.ymcahk.org.hk; +852 9086 2540 (Mr. Ho)

Sai Kung Organic Farmer’s Market

A new player on Hong Kong’s food scene, the Sai Kung Organic Farmer’s Market is a new weekly community event offering certified organic fruit & veg from local farms, organic products and locally made goods and artisanal craft items.

When: Sundays 11AM-5PM

Where: Sai Kung Waterfront Promenade (near Sai Kung Waterfront Market)

Contact Info: jerry@skdcc.org/sam@skdcc.org; +852 2798 9511/ +852 2792 1762

Sai Kung

Sai Kung Sunday Market – Great For Shopaholics

2018 Update: Sai Kung Sunday Market has ceased operations. 

The Sai Kung Sunday Markets has a bazaar with a wide variety of goods on offer from organic wine to craft beer to local handicrafts to housewares to textiles to healthy snacks to gourmet foods. It’s a very family friendly market, with activities for kids and the cutest puppy adoption booth! The focus is not farmed produce but they always have an organic fruit & veg purveyor like Homegrown Foods or Evergreens Republic or local solo Farmer Thomas on rotation so you can be sure to fill up your veggie basket.

When: First Sunday of every month from March to June & from September to December; 11AM-5PM.

Where: Hong Kong Academy, 33 Wai Man Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

Contact Info: saikungmarkets@gmail.com; +852 2799 9983.

Central Star Ferry

Star Ferry Pier Farmers’ Market – Great For Convenience

The Central Star Ferry Pier Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the center of the walkway that connects the ferry pier (Pier No. 7) and the footbridge that leads to Central. The market is small in comparison to other markets around the city, but its accessibility is undeniable, especially for outlying-island-living folks who can pick up their veggies on the way to catch their ferries. On selected Sundays, they also host sustainable living educational activities and exhibitions.

When: Wednesdays, organized by SEED. 12:00-6:00PM & Sundays: organized by KFBG. 11:00AM-5:00PM.

Where: Central Star Ferry Pier No. 7

Contact Info: seed@seed.org.hk / info@kfbg.org

Tai Po Farmers Markets

Tai Po Farmers’ Market – Great For Produce Range

Organized by the Federation of Vegetable Marketing Co-Operative Societies (FVMCS), The Tai Po Farmers’ Market is the largest farmers’ market in the city and takes place in the heart of the New Territories. Amongst locals, it is THE place to go for Hong Kong grown organic vegetables: its size guarantees a large selection and its location means farmers are happy to attend thanks to its proximity to their fields.

When: Wednesdays 10AM-4PM & Sundays 9AM-5PM

Where: 12 Tai Po Tai Wo Road, Tai Po

Contact Info: info@fedvmcs.org; +852 2387 4176

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Tong Chong Street Market – Great For Foodies

The Tong Chong Street Market is THE destination for food lovers with a bevy of artisanal food vendors showcasing everything from acai bowls to smokehouse meats to hand-churned nut butters to craft coffee. They also have a whole back area dedicated to locally grown organic produce from HKORC certified farms and the farmers are more than happy to share Cantonese seasonal produce recipes with you! Read our full review of the Tong Chong Street Market.

When: Weekly on Sundays from March to June & from September to December 11AM-5PM

Where: Tong Chong Street, Taikoo Place

Contact: taikooplace@swireproperties.com

Tuen Mun Farmers Market

Tuen Mun Farmers’ Market – Great For Bargains

Charmingly chaotic, the weekly Tuen Mun Farmers’ Market is a great place to meet local farmers and find organic produce that you can’t find in supermarkets like egg fruit and fresh watermelons. Also great? The prices, which are substantially less than in other parts of town. Definitely worth checking out!

When: Saturdays 10AM-4PM

Where: Crossroads Village, 2 Castle Peak Road, So Kwun Wat

Contact Info: info@fedvmcs.org; +852 2471 1169

Poho Market – Urban Convenience

2018 Update: Poho Market has ceased operations. 

A very grassroots effort, Poho Market is the admirable first in a series by Honestly Green (founder Janice is the mastermind behind Tong Chong Street Market) looking to bring farmers markets to every Hong Kong neighborhood. A smaller affair, Poho Market happens the first and third Saturday of every month and features local organic farmers’ produce- perfect for your weekend fridge stock-up.

When: First & Third Saturday of every month, 11AM-4PM

Where: teakha, Shop B, 18 Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan

Contact Info: honestlygreenhk@gmail.com

Image courtesy of: Saturday Morning Market via photopin (license) (lead image), Evergreens Republic Facebook (Handmade Hong Kong), Top Fun (Mapopo Community Farm), Gustia (Mei Foo Farm Fest), Sai Kung Organic Farmers’s Market, Sai Kung Sunday Market, Engel & Voelkers Blog (Star Ferry Pier Farmers’ Market), Green Queen (Tong Chong Street Market), Tai Po Farmers’ Markets, Tuen Mun Farmers’ Market and Honestly Green.


  • Sonalie Figueiras

    2021 Women of Power, 2019 GEN T Honoree, V Label Global Hero, 2 x TEDx Speaker: Serial social entrepreneur & trends forecaster Sonalie Figueiras is a sustainability expert, food futurist and eco-powerhouse who has been inspiring global audiences for over a decade with practical steps on how to fight climate change. Known as the Green Queen of Asia, she is the founder and Editor in Chief of the award-winning Green Queen - the region’s first impact media platform that educates millions of readers on the connection between health, sustainability and the environment and showcases future solutions. She is also the co-founder and CEO of organic sourcing platform Ekowarehouse and climate tech SaaS Source Green, which helps consumer brands quit plastic packaging thanks to proprietary plastic reduction software. In addition, Sonalie is a global keynote speaker and an advisor to multiple mission-driven startups and NGOs, and a venture partner to several VC funds.

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