Perhaps one of the most interesting markets in Hong Kong to visit is Mong Kok's Bird Garden. Hidden away in the far east side of Mong Kok street, curious prospectors can make their way through each of the cage-ridden pathways, rife with vendors tying to sell their many unique and indigenous species of birds.
Meandering about, one can quickly become overwhelmed by the great number of song birds chirping away to snag your attention for a promised potential at a buy. And though a pungent aroma sweeps through the air, perhaps the most striking aspect of this market is the vendors, themselves. For, who cages the caged? The one who is caged themselves.