This is a hawker centre where they sold mostly local food and the prices are quite reasonable . This estate is so old and most of the hawkers are long timers and the food they sold are so good.
Just walked across the hawker centre is the wet and dry market. The wet part sold fishes, chicken, vegetables, etc , while the dry sold dry groceries , clothes, cloth, household items, etc. Did you spot the "P" in Whampoa as a contribution to Pink Saturday?
Did you spot any pink dress in the above photo?
Inside the market will be the wet part, where they sold poultry, fishes, etc
As it is near noon, the market is close for the day, so the stall holders has to wash and keep their stalls clean.
I hope you enjoy the introduction of the market and hawker centre. :)
For more pinky participants, please visit Beverly of How Sweet The Sound.