Western Market is in an Edwardian style building constructed in 1906. The building once housed a fresh food market but in 1991 was transformed into a charming arts and crafts center.
On the first floor are tiny stalls that sell various handicrafts, curios, candles and artwork. The second floor has become a cloth market where there are endless reams of fabric for sale - Chinese silk, velvet, material for suits and more.
The third floor is home to the Treasure Inn Seafood Restaurant, a Cantonese restaurant that serves tasty dim sum to revive shoppers.