I just stayed in one of the mansion which located in HK Nathan Road. The Chung King Mansion. One of the cheapest Mansion in Hong Kong. When I just went down. There is a shopping
mall downstair. This probably the only shopping mall in basement in Hong Kong. If you feel very hot then you must go there because they have the strongest ac there. There are different
style restaurants. One of the local restaurant is famous for their milk tea. However, some of the shops which sell clothes are over priced, that is what I guess. One good thing
is that they put the mall online. I can buy the stuff through their online plaftform. They claimed that can ship to my country and if I want anything which is not available buying
from their online, they will help me to source it. www.woodhouse.com.hk
Tsim Sha Tsui has the greatest concentration of shops in Hong Kong.
Nathan Road which runs south to north through Kowloon is 4km long. This most famous of Hong Kong thoroughfares is jam packed with stores at its southern end selling clothes, jewellery, sunglasses, cameras, electronic goods, arts and crafts, shoes, handbags, luggage, and watches. This is also the place to find a tailor. Unfortunately this area of Kowloon is well known as the home of "bait and switch" retailing so keep this in mind.
Make sure you also explore the side streets off Nathan Road, especially Granville Road which specialises in outlet style shops selling silk and casual clothing and fun, youth-oriented fashions at pretty moderate prices. There are also a SOGO Department store in Salisbury Road and numerous chinese Emporiums, and shopping arcades.
There are a few mid sized shopping malls. K11 (which I have reviewed separately under shopping tips) is located in Mody Road. There is also I- Square in Nathan Road and Silvercord in Canton Road (separate review under my shopping tips).
Harbour City also located on Canton Road is the largest shopping centre in Hong Kong while Elements, attached to Kowloon Station is one of the newest in Kowloon and one I personally like because of its layout and visual appeal.
Ok, here's a section of town you must be on top of your game if not you will pay dearly with some of the prices....first of all if you must buy electronics here be for-warned the prices aren't very good, then check to see if you get what you are paying for.....don't let anything out of your sight, such as a box, and if you insist in paying with your credit card have them swipe the card right in front of you....don't let them take it to the back....you realize that there running your credit card up when you return home.....so use utmost COMMON SENSE when shopping here.....if you see a $3000 camera for $1000 ask a lot of questions......so stick to the saying "if it's to good to be true, it probably isn't" Tons, and tons of people get ripped off here, but yet people still come here ??????
you can buy any gold in the Jewelry shop in Hong Kong. The all around the city. Also all very pure. It is sold by weight plus the gold stock market daily rate. Mostly people only can bargain of the handcarft price when you are buy the gold accessories.
The big brands of Jewelery shop call Chow Tai Fook, TSL, Chow Sang Sang around Kowloon Nathan Road (the main road) or Causeway Bay Hennessy Road.
This little shop formerly known as the Ribbon Emporium is now located on Nathan & Haiphon Road in Kowloon. Nathan Road known as the Golden Mile of Asia. This shop is a retail outlet selling at below wholesale prices and specializing in souvenir type merchandise. Keychains, chopsticks and placemats, purses, lipstick holders, compacts, watches, and much more. They sell many items in bulk which is great if you're picking up souvenirs for many people. It is a small shop but large in merchandise. I like this store for it's souvenirs and prices. There are by the way many shops such as this in Hong Kong and a welcoming site for tourists purchasing gifts to bring back home.
Phone: 852-2377-4341 & 852-2367-6231
Address: Shop A, G/f., Po Fung Building, 33 A Haiphon Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
It's actually on Nathan Road near Haiphon Road in the Tsim Sha Tsui area.
What to buy: Jewelry, Watches, Souvenir items in bulk such as lipstick holders, purses, chopsticks, pillow covers and much more. You will pay below wholesale prices at this shop and by the way there are many more in this area just like this one.
What to pay: Below wholesale
I guess cameras are the hottest item here . We didn't think the prices were any better than in Canada however. There are lots of other things here too , including knockoff watches and souveneers etc. I liked Temple st market better for fun knockoff shopping though.
We decided to pay a visit to Nathan Road and check out the shops. As we were strolling along, we happen to come upon a shop that lured us in their back room to show us their knock-off wares. Now, I usually don't get carried away with stuff like this as I rather not have something than have a knock-off, but we decided to check it out anyway.
As we entered the shop, a guy who I would assume was the owner approaced us and asked what we were looking for. We were looking at the watches so he brought out a few binder-like books with every imaginable desinger watch in the market today.
We grazed over the book but nothing really caught our eye until we saw a gentlemen with a beautiful authentic looking Brietling. He was deciding whether to purchase the watch or not. Let me tell you that while we were there looking at watches every single person that walked into that store could possiblly afford an authentic model, so why were they all there?
The guy purchased the watch for US $200, way too much money if you ask me. I witnessed the exchange of money and decided I would haggle my way to a beautiful Brietling as a gift.
What to buy: After going though and narrowing it down to two different models, we decided to start the haggling. After what seem like almost an hour, we got our asking price (much less than that poor soul paid).
Nathan Road is world famous for their electronics and knock-off goods. There are all sorts of shops to chose from.
If you are in the market for anything, do your homework first. Make sure if you are purchasing electronics that it is compatible in the country you reside in. If you are purchasing jewelry, know the item of interest and what something of compatible quality would cost you back home. If you are not in the market to purchase anything in particular, just wander along the streets and see what type of bargains you can find. Haggle, haggle, haggle.
I purchased a few knock-off items for my brother and my mom. Me, nah, I personally wouldn't bother with the knock-offs for myself. Rather have the real thing. (lol)
Well, anyone who has heard anything about Hong Kong will probably know Hong Kong is known for its shopping facilities. The most famous, if not the biggest, is Nathan Road in Kowloon. Nathan Road is spanning a long stretch lined with shops of all sizes and shapes. The southern part has mainly high-end brand shops, and towards the north the various market areas dissect Nathan Rd. Any tourist map will show you the main areas, close to or on Nathan Rd.
Even if you are not into shopping, a visit to Nathan Road is fun just for the experience of walking on one of the most famous shopping streets in the world, and have a look at all the things on sale.
What to buy: Depending on where you come from, electronics, jewellery, clothes and cosmetics are usually a good bargain.
When shopping electronics, it is worth shopping around, and making sure your product will have an international warranty. Also make sure you know what you are buying, reading up on the type of product beforehand, so you know what to ask and can avoid bad surprises.
Hong Kong is famous for its jewellery, and you can get jewellery to suit any budget; expensive gold works from upscale jewellers' and cheaper stuff from the markets.
Especially the markets will have a lot of bargain clothes to be had, but even shopping in the regular stores and shopping centres will be satisfying for people on most budgets.
Many cosmetics brands not readily available elsewhere will be found here, and the tax on cosmetics is lower than in many other countries.
If you walk down from Nathan Street, there are lots of shops selling women & men clothing, sports wear, shoes... I pretty like the Watson's & Sasa in Hong Kong. It is much bigger than in Singapore and we are not able to buy most of the products in Singapore. On top of that places like Tsim Sha Tsui & Mong Kok are very nice to walk & shop around.
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