Link transforms Wo Che Market in Shatin

Continuing its program of fresh-market revitalisation, Link has transformed Wo Che Market in Shatin.

The once dark wet market has been transformed into a bright spacious environment with more than 80 tenants offering groceries and fresh ingredients along with new family restaurants and standalone stores for a go-to shopping.

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“Link has become synonymous with cleaner, brighter and healthier fresh markets in Hong Kong,” said Aubrey Ho, director (corporate affairs and marketing) at Link Asset Management.

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“Wo Che Market will be the latest addition to our portfolio of 35 upgraded markets and we believe it will become a vibrant community hub drawing the young and old to enjoy a wider product offering in an enhanced shopping environment.”

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You can read more about Link’s market revamp program in our exclusive feature here.

To mark the grand opening, Wo Che Market is running a “$1 Big Sale Day” campaign from today through to January 12. Customers who spend HK$10 or more onsite via electronic payment methods can present their machine-printed receipt to redeem one stamp. After collecting 30 stamps, the customer can obtain a pass to participate in the ‘$1 Big Sale Days” on December 19 and 28 and January 12, where more than 2000 portions of quality ingredients and gourmets will be sold for just $1 each, including fresh seafood, barbecue meats, Fukuoka strawberries and canned abalone.


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