Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar is a popular Hong Kong attraction known for its market selling fresh seafood and restaurants which cook them. Guests can simply walk around the market and choose from the variety of fishes and marine creatures displayed in open fish tanks. They can buy the seafood they fancy in the market and have them cooked in the restaurants of their choice for a fee.
Those who doesn't want to go through the hassles of buying in the market (the floors can get a bit slippery) can just can go directly to the restaurants which also have their own sources of fresh seafood which can be served in a variety of ways.
Located in a small fishing village on the Kowloon side of a channel which separates Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar is a great venue to enjoy traditional seafood delicacies. Before or after a great meal, guests can check out other tourist attractions in the area such as the nearby lighthouse which warns approaching ships away from the rocks on which it stands and the Tin Hau Temple which sits on some large rocks with bold Chinese inscriptions.