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    Grand Century Place: Mall within KCR railway

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is huge shopping centre in Mongkok that provides eight floors of shopping and entertainment and is well worth a visit. The Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR) in the middle of the mall and it is Beside the Royal Plaza Hotel. A combination of local chain stores and international boutiques sell everything from fashion, jewellery, beauty products, cosmetics, and accessories. Each floor is devoted to a shopping theme, including women's and men's fashion, home furnishings and electrical appliances, computers, gifts and children's wear. The Sincere department store can also be found here, as well as a multi-screen cinema. Refreshments, ranging from Asian to Western delights, are provided by a variety of restaurants as well as the fifth floor Food Gallery(including my favorite cafe de coral, yogulo korean yogurt, strawberry house)

    The shopping mall of 720,000 sq. ft. and Royal Plaza Hotel offer a wide choice of shops, restaurants, cinema and entertainment. there are 400 car-parking spaces including loading and unloading facilities for lorries.

    The Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is near Grand Century Place?Royal Plaza Hotel Complex, In addition, you can also visit the largest flower market in Hong Kong, located at Flower Market Road and Prince Edward Road West next to the Bird Market.

    What to buy: House of Kwong Sang Hong, FL Professional, Okashi Land (a store selling cute candy and snacks from Japan), Hello Kitty cafe, Yogulo Korean Yougurt, Strawberry House, Joyce, G2000, Ipsa, Bobbi Brown, Kanebo, RMK, Sofina, Guelain, Tony & Tina, MAC, etc. definitely much cheaper than the shops in Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui or Causeway Bay.

    What to pay: about hkd 80-200 for t-shirts, 150-350 hkd for jeans.

    to grand century mall ordering Me at Grand Century Strawberry house in Grand Century facade
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    Star Computer City: Have a look at Reptron

    by kelnsha Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is the largest complex of retail computer outlets in Tsim Sha Tsui with some two dozen shops. They open from 10:30am to 7:30pm generally.

    What to buy: Desktops, laptops and PDAs.

    What to pay: Advise is to purchase if they are cheaper than you buy in your country and if they have international warranty.

    Star House
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  • Harbour City: All Popular brands are here

    by vividvivian Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Harbour city is combined with 4 zones, covers ocean terminal, Hong Kong Hotel, Ocean Centre, World Finance Centre, etc.
    you can find manuy famous brands all lies in there. clothing, electronica products, books, music stores, restaurant and food court, everything you can find there. Sometimes you can even got a chance to listen to live music inside or outside the Harbour City.

    What to pay: all depends

    Inside Harbour City
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    Louis Vuitton Canton Road: Second Largest LV Store after the Paris Store

    by machomikemd Updated May 27, 2009

    the second largest LV shop in the world, slightly smaller from their paris main branch. Many people take pictures here since it is well known as the second largest LV store in the world. Modesty Aside, i don't only take pictures in louis vuitton shops but I actually buy from them (see my other pages).

    What to buy: I bought an LV Damier Graphite Inventeur Reversible belt for 4,500 HKG Dollar.

    you can other other LV stuffs like my favorite Damier Graphite Men's Bag called jorn or the sports tote and camera bag LV Geant Canvass Belier! off course there are more women's items than man's items here.

    LV store opens at 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to pay: maxx out your credit card!

    outside inside pose inside buying LV Danmier Graphite Inventeur Belt pose again hehhehe
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    Temple Street Night Market: Night shopping

    by Willettsworld Written Oct 5, 2008

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    Fairly similar to the Ladies Market, the Temple Street Night Market is the more famous and larger of the two. The market is located in Temple St which is just to the west of Jordan MTR station in Kowloon. The market is sometimes known as Men's Street as it is very popular for men's fashion. The market starts at 2pm in the afternoon, but is lively at dusk daily. Traffic is closed on the street at that time, and visitors swarm into the street. There are more than hundred stalls with colourful lights in the market. There are carts bulging with goods from clothing to mobile phones and watches. Stalls have items mainly for men, jeans, t-shirts, pants, lighters, shoes and men's accessories. Cheap merchandise is common in the night market. Cheap second hand goods such as cassettes, video tapes, old newspapers, antiques are also sold there. The night market is famous for its snacks and roadside dining, which serves local street cuisine. It sells a wide range of delicious local delicacies.

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    entrance of ocean terminal: Ocean Terminal (old Picture)

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 4, 2008

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    Very Old Pictures of me in Ocean Terminal in 1983!

    Harbour City mall features many branded boutiques, such as Louis Vuitton (my favorite), Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent, Polo Ralph Lauren, Versace, Burberry, and Hugo Boss. The mall also has two cinemas at both ends, the Grand Ocean and the Grand Gateway; both are operated by Golden Harvest. It is home to the largest Toys "R" Us location in Hong Kong, and there is a large Lane Crawford in the Hongkong Hotel portion of the mall. The 3rd floor of Ocean Terminal was converted in the early 2000s into LCX, a collection of retailers targeted at younger demographics. Two supermarket chains, Wellcome and City'super, also have branches here

    What to buy: designer labels to local fashion chains, department stores, art, lifestyle and household items, jewellery and watches, bookshops, confectionery shops and infant care merchandise, housewares, toys, Asian arts and crafts, and much more.

    Some shops are closed on Sunday but otherwise the hours are about 10 or 11am to 8 or 9pm..
    For refreshments, there is also a food court with fast food restaurants

    What to pay: Maxx out your Credit Card!

    first time in 1983
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    Shopping in Mongkok: Great deals in HK

    by jhorsfield30 Written May 18, 2008

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    This it the place for rock-bottom deals on anything from fashion to mobile phones and electrical appliances. Take the MTR E2 exit and walk into Yau Shing Commercial Centre on your left. There are six floors selling cameras, digital videos, DVD players and other appliances.

    Walk along Nelson Street, and the first street parallel to Sai Yeung Choi is the Ladies Market where you’ll find bargain clothes, bags, toys, VCDs, fake Rolex watches and so on. The next parallel street is Fa Yuen Street South, which specialises in sports shoes and sportswear.

    Langham Place (www.langhamplace.com.hk) on Shanghai Street is a humungous hi-tech mall hosting over 100 trendy boutique stores

    What to buy: Everything

    What to pay: less expensive than average, great deals to be had in HK, but be wary and check aroun.

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    Yue Hwa Chinese products: Authentic HK souvenirs

    by Yla Written May 9, 2008

    At a loss what souvenir to get from Hong Kong? Drop by Yue Hwa Chinese products at Middle Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. You'll see a whole line of authentic chinese crafts and souvenirs to take home with you. It may be a little pricey to get your item in this store but you're surely getting a real hand-crafted one. Otherwise, it will also give you an idea what craftmanship to expect when you buy from cheaper sources.

    What to buy: Jade, local fabrics, ceramics, coats and RTW, cheongsams, linens, chinese dolls, lotus shoes, jewelry, vases, china, etc ...

    What to pay: from HK$ 5 to HK$ 50,000

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    Harbour City: Shop at The Harbour City

    by kelnsha Updated Jul 24, 2007

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    A labyrinthine shopping complex with a mall that stretches nearly 1km from the Star Ferry Terminal north along Canton Road.

    This is an enormous place with 700 shops, 50 food and beverage outlets and five cinemas in four separate zones. Every major brand is represented here!

    It opens from 10am to 9pm daily.

    What to buy: Large number of above-board designer and signature merchandise.

    What to pay: As much as you can afford because the prices are fixed and definitely more expensive than the street markets or departmental stores.

    Harbour City
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    Festival Walk: Window Shopping or Real Shopping?

    by kelnsha Updated Jul 24, 2007

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    Located in the heart of Kowloon. Festival Walk is an energized environment of innovation, originality and pleasure.

    Boasting a world-class design of natural light and open space, Festival Walk offers unparalleled opportunities for business and pleasure, including over 200 shops and 27 restaurants, a multi-screen cinema, Hong Kong's largest ice rink, over 220,000 square feet of office space, an 850-space car park and direct access to buses, taxis, Kowloon Tong MTR and KCR stations. Festival Walk's dramatic setting and accessibility has made it the location of choice for some of the world's best-known retail names and most reputable companies.

    Experience new shopping excitement with over 150 international brands at Festival Walk where shopping has no boundaries!

    What to buy: Festival Walk is at the cutting-edge of retail experience, in a city where shopping is a way of life. Home to some of the largest names in the industry, Festival Walk offers one million square feet of brilliant sky-lit shopping space; a unique fusion of flagship stores and boutique outlets selling everything from street fashion and home accessories to cosmetics and books.

    What to pay: As much as you want...

    Locals skating at Festival Walk Festival Walk One of the shops at the Festival Walk One of the shops at the Festival Walk McDonald's fast food restaurant kiddy gifts
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    Harbour City: Ocean Terminal Largest Mall in Hong Kong!

    by machomikemd Written Jul 4, 2007

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    Harbour City is a large shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It is part of a series of office blocks and hotels. It comprises four parts: Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Ocean Terminal, Ocean Centre, and the Gateway. The complex is located along the west side of Canton Road, stretching from the Star Ferry terminal in the south to China Hong Kong City in the north.

    Harbour City mall features many branded boutiques, such as Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent, Polo Ralph Lauren, Versace, Burberry, and Hugo Boss. The mall also has two cinemas at both ends, the Grand Ocean and the Grand Gateway; both are operated by Golden Harvest. It is home to the largest Toys "R" Us location in Hong Kong, and there is a large Lane Crawford in the Hongkong Hotel portion of the mall. The 3rd floor of Ocean Terminal was converted in the early 2000s into LCX, a collection of retailers targeted at younger demographics. Two supermarket chains, Wellcome and City'super, also have branches here

    What to buy: designer labels to local fashion chains, department stores, art, lifestyle and household items, jewellery and watches, bookshops, confectionery shops and infant care merchandise, housewares, toys, Asian arts and crafts, and much more.

    Some shops are closed on Sunday but otherwise the hours are about 10 or 11am to 8 or 9pm..
    For refreshments, there is also a food court with fast food restaurants

    What to pay: Very Expensive since these are original branded items although Landmark Department Store in Central has more expensive signature brands. I bought a Nautica Polo Shirt for 590 Hkd, A Nautica Slacks for 400 HKD, Polo Ralph Lauren Poloshirt for 650 HKD, Bass Gore Tex Leather Classic Shoe for 1,300 Hkd.

    Me at Harbour City Ocean terminal My Little Brother Me with my then Baby Brother I Love the view here Nuff Said!
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    Hard Rock Cafe Hong Kong: Hot to Buy a City Tee!

    by kelnsha Updated Apr 24, 2007

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    Hard Rock Cafe Kowloon used to be at the opposite side of the road ten years ago and I still have a White Classic Logo Tee with the words 'Hard Rock Cafe Kowloon' but now, you can only have the words 'Hard Rock Cafe Hong Kong' but the shop is in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.

    There used to be a one over at Hong Kong Island but now there is a merchandise shop at The Peak Galleria instead.

    What to buy: Hard Rock Cafe White Scenic City Tee

    What to pay: HKD160

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    Bossini: 4 Storey to shop at Bossini

    by kelnsha Updated Apr 24, 2007

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    This is the biggest Bossini shop that I have shopped so far. On the ground floor is the mens' section, first floor the ladies', second floor the babies/kids/youth/maternity and on the top floor, you will find the home & accessories.

    What to buy: 2 in 1 baby sleepsuit

    What to pay: HKD110

    4 Storeys Bossini shop @ 6-12A Sai Yeung Choi St Bossini mascot or candy promotion? First floor - Ladies' section Bossini shop escalator 2 in 1 baby sleepsuit
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    Toys 'R' US - Festival Walk: Forget to bring your kid's toys?

    by kelnsha Written Apr 23, 2007

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    This is the place to get some toys for your kids if you have forgotten to bring their favourite toy or you may wish to buy a new toy for them because there are so many to choose. Cheers!

    What to buy: 2.5' Squeeze Ball

    What to pay: HKD9.90

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    Harbour City Mall: Heaven for shopping

    by olessiam Updated Aug 24, 2005

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    With myriads of shopping centers and single stores, Kowloon is heaven for shopping. The main area for shopping is Tsim Sha Tsui, Nathan Road which is called the "Golden Mile".

    One of the biggest malls, Harbour City Mall, is located by the harbour and is adjacent to the Ocean Terminal. With over 700 shops, you will find most of the biggest designer stores in one complex, along with about 50 restaurants & cafes. It's huge and will take you hours to go through, if not days.

    What to buy: Anything you like!

    What to pay: Although prices are standard (mostly like in the US), Hong Kong is a duty-free port, so you can still save.

    By the Harbour City Mall

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