Next we moved on to the equivalent of the garment district in NYC. This street in 深水埗 is a fashion designer's heaven. Stores here sell raw materials for extremely cheap. The walls of one store were literally filled with rows and rows of beads and other parts to make accessories. For 10HKD$ you can buy enough raw materials to make a bracelet that will sell for 60$HKD. Talk about a good profit margin. I was really amazed at the different things you could find here. Since Hong Kong isn't known for anything special, I think I might just come here to make souvenirs for my friends.
On adjacent streets, there are more markets like ladies market. Except here, things are truly the cheapest they can get because there are no tourists. There are stores that literally sell things for only $2HKD.
When we went back, we realized we still had cake and fruit that we bought the day before. So we had round 2. We bought a New York Cheesecake and a pudding in a bottle from Panash bakery. The cheesecake was really good. It looked like a Japanese Cheesecake on the outside but it was really rich like a NY cheesecake. The pudding in a bottle wasn't as good. It was my first time trying it and I was hoping it'd be better but there was this layer of spongy sugar on top of the pudding that was kind of disgusting. I think they were trying to make something like flan but the result was something completely different. The sugar was overcooked so it was filled with air bubbles. The texture just did not work well with the egg custard. Never again. We're definitely going back for their cheesecakes and cream puffs though.