Hong Kong Shopping

  • Shopping
    by rudysmom626
  • Shopping
    by rudysmom626
  • Shopping
    by rudysmom626

Hong Kong Shopping

  • Clothes

    Hong Kong Shopping

    Cheung Sha Wan Road in Sham Shui Po is known to locals as "Fashion Street". It's worth heading to if you are looking for womens clothes. The street is lined on either side with small boutique style shops, many of which are owned by designers who mostly wholesale but also retail their designs. Its quite easy to pick out the retail shops as they...

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  • Ladies Market

    Hong Kong Shopping

    That market is way overrated, nothing special whatsoever! I've been roped there, I bought a scarf costs $50 HK and I gave the vendors $100 expecting a $50 back and after I left the market I found that she gave me Macau money instead! I was shocked and mad, mostly of myself for not paying attention but still I didn't expect something like that, in...

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  • Shopping Complexes

    Hong Kong Shopping

    I have just returned from Hong Kong and another visit to Citygate at the western terminus of the Tung Chung line. This is the only "mall" in Hong Kong to be made up of discount outlets and most shops offer pretty hefty discounts of up to 70%. A new area known as Tenth Avenue has now opened selling mainly shoes and some handbags and wallets....

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  • Electronics

    Hong Kong Shopping

    Avoid Shop 112 Parsons Technologie, 1st Floor, Bad Experiences with that Camera Shop While buying a camera the seller gave me a good discount, I was already suspicious as the price dropped 400 HKD. So I waited with the payment until i saw the box and checked out the camera. Then suddenly the seller tried to talk me into a camera which he said is...

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  • Nathan Road

    Hong Kong Shopping

    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...

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  • Department Stores

    Hong Kong Shopping

    SOGO is a Japanese style department store. There are two branches in Hong Kong, a large store (known by locals as Jumbo SOGO) in Causeway Bay and a second store in Tsim Sha Tsui. The Jumbo SOGO store has undergone a number of changes since opening in 1980. The Japanese SOGO Group who owned the Causeway Bay store faced financial difficulties and...

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  • Temple Street

    Hong Kong Shopping

    It's the only "monument" in Hong Kong that I had to see twice. Standing close to the hotel, it is a temptation to any woman, and I couldn't escape it. Being critical I would say that it is only a street market; being honest I must admit that it has something special - richness, variety, and all the life that it brings to the area. Being...

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  • Stanley Market

    Hong Kong Shopping

    Promoted by the guides as a must see in Hong Kong, I couldn't skip this market. Well, it is a market... Though a little more interested than usual (it was raining out there) I bought nothing. No surprise! Fernanda didn't... also. Big surprise!

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  • Toiletries

    Hong Kong Shopping

    SaSa cosmetic stores are located all over Hong Kong and are easily recognisable by their bright pink logo. Inside this incredibly popular chain you will find just about anything you are looking for with most cosmetic brands including designer lines available. There are many aisles devoted to skincare products and I have found that these are...

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  • Food Markets

    Hong Kong Shopping

    The prosperous city view is one of the Hong Kong appealing attractions. Tourists love going to the Peak to overlook the gorgeous night view of Hong Kong. It is always so nice to have a fine dinner with your beloved ones under an enchanting view. The only revolving restaurant in Hong Kong - R66 - can fulfill these two wishes at once. The name...

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  • Fa Yuen Street - Mongkok

    Fa Yuen Street market is located towards the junction with Prince Edward Road West and can be accessed via Prince Edward MTR station (Exit B2) or from the southern end via a pedestrian overhead walkway. Fa Yuen Street Market is a day market which attracts mainly locals shopping for fresh food and other consumables prior to dinner time. It is a...

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  • AWESOME

    I loved my shopping experience at that mall, There's something special about it makes it diffrent from the others shopping malls I've been to

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  • A total rip off

    That market is way overrated, nothing special whatsoever! I've been roped there, I bought a scarf costs $50 HK and I gave the vendors $100 expecting a $50 back and after I left the market I found that she gave me Macau money instead! I was shocked and mad, mostly of myself for not paying attention but still I didn't expect something like that, in...

    more
  • Street Market

    Promoted by the guides as a must see in Hong Kong, I couldn't skip this market. Well, it is a market... Though a little more interested than usual (it was raining out there) I bought nothing. No surprise!Fernanda didn't... also. Big surprise!

    more
  • Night Market

    It's the only "monument" in Hong Kong that I had to see twice. Standing close to the hotel, it is a temptation to any woman, and I couldn't escape it. Being critical I would say that it is only a street market; being honest I must admit that it has something special - richness, variety, and all the life that it brings to the area.Being confession...

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  • Ladies Market - Handbags and other stuff

    The Ladies Market in Mongkok is the most well known street market in Hong Kong. Independent vendors set up stalls from late morning along several blocks of Tung Choi Street between Argyle and Dundas Streets. The thing you will notice most is while there are hundreds of stalls, there is not a lot of variety to them, so you will see the same handbag,...

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  • Cheung Sha Wan Road

    Cheung Sha Wan Road in Sham Shui Po is known to locals as "Fashion Street". It's worth heading to if you are looking for womens clothes. The street is lined on either side with small boutique style shops, many of which are owned by designers who mostly wholesale but also retail their designs. Its quite easy to pick out the retail shops as they put...

    more
  • Temple Street Night Market

    I always spend an hour or so at the Temple Street Night Market. Sometimes I leave with good bargains, sometimes I leave with nothing. Its a bit of a lucky dip really.What I like about the area is that as the evening wears on the streets surrounding the market become a focal meeting spot for both tourists and locals and it can be difficult to find...

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  • Lung Cheung Plaza

    Lung Cheung Plaza is a small local shopping mall (by Hong Kong standards) located close to the Wong Tai Sin Temple. While probably not worth making a special trip to shop here it is worth checking out the stores if you are in the area to visit Wong Tai Sin Temple, as in my personal experience "local" malls quite often have a few of the same stores...

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  • The Most Expensive Rental in the World

    The U.S brand Abercrombie & Fitch has a store in Hong Kong that expect to make a revenue with a monthly rental of US$ 902,000 (HK$ 7 million). You got to see their glamorous store and their hunky six-packed models stand in front of the store to take pictures with the public. This shows how the desperate the local business community that have to...

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  • Causeway Bay - Hong Kong Island

    I read an article recently that said Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island had become the most expensive place in the world to rent retail space, pushing New York's famed Fifth Avenue into second place. This may deter shoppers who think that bargains will disappear along with the store owners money, but I still feel that Causeway Bay is a worthwhile...

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  • Pacific Place Shopping Mall - Admiralty

    I've only been to Pacific Place shopping mall two or three times. Its way too shiny for me. Its not the place to find a bargain but it is an example of how opulent shopping centres in Hong Kong can be. If you love looking at or purchasing designer brands then you will have fun here. Location wise Pacific Place sits between Central and Wan Chai on...

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  • K11 - Vertical Mall - Tsim Sha Tsui

    K11 shopping mall is a reasonably new arrival to the frantic lower Nathan Road shopping precinct. K11 is a vertical shopping mall which is a concept used when space is at a premium. The six storeys of shopping combine high and mid range stores. I like the Miss Sixty store.K11 is unusual in that it combines art exhibits with shops making a visit to...

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  • Citygate Outlets in Tung Chung

    I have just returned from Hong Kong and another visit to Citygate at the western terminus of the Tung Chung line. This is the only "mall" in Hong Kong to be made up of discount outlets and most shops offer pretty hefty discounts of up to 70%. A new area known as Tenth Avenue has now opened selling mainly shoes and some handbags and wallets....

    more
  • Goods of Desire

    Goods of Desire is a homewares, furniture and clothing retailer stocking modern designs that compliment the vibrant culture of Hong Kong. Traditional items are given a 21st century makeover making them more cutting edge and funky. Think stainless steel chopsticks for example. G.O.D (pronounced gee-oh-dee) does stock clothing but it is the homewares...

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  • Silvercord Shopping Centre - Canton Road...

    This smallish 6 storey shopping centre located among the designer stores in Canton Road has an excellent food court called Food Republic on one of the lower levels and a reasonable variety of mainly fashion stores. There was a G.O.D. lifestyle store on the food court level but I noted that this branch had closed on my most recent visit in June...

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  • New Town Plaza in Sha Tin

    With so many shopping centres to choose from, you may think that NEW TOWN PLAZA in Sha Tin is not worth the extra few minutes on the MTR but in reality its not that far from Yau Ma Tei, though you have to change at Kowloon Tong to the blue line towards either Lo Wo or Lok Ma Chau.This large suburban shopping mall has over 350 shops located...

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  • Ladies Market in Mongkok

    With over 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs ladies market provides a one kilometer stretch on which to practice your haggling skills. It gets its name from the huge amount of clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages Depends how you haggling

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  • Harbour City - One stop shopping

    Personally, I like to shop in lesser known shopping centres but its impossible not to include the mega Harbour City Shopping Mall in Tsim Sha Tsui in any Hong Kong Shopping tips simply because its MEGA! I mean HUGE. Absolutely ENORMOUS!Harbour City is the king of shopping and entertainment complexes and probably the one shopping mall most tourists...

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  • Crocodile

    Crocodile is a local clothing label that has been synonomous with Hong Kong fashion for over sixty years. It originally manufactured mens shirts before expanding into womens and childrens clothing ranges. There are stores throughout Hong Kong, the majority being located in streets rather than in major shopping...

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  • ELEMENTS Shopping Centre - Kowloon...

    I like the interior of Elements Shopping Centre but find its location a little out of the way. I have walked there from Jordan MTR which takes approximately 20 minutes but its easier to take the MTR to Kowloon Station. There is also a covered walkway from Austin MTR station. The MTR Corporation owns Elements and has obviously invested a lot of...

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  • Landmark Shopping Mall - Central

    With millions of potential customers its no surprise that every designer brand you can name has a store in Hong Kong. Many have "Flagship" stores in a central location and a few others in urban shopping centres. Hong Kong Island has a high concentration of designer brands and the majority can be found at the prestigious Landmark building in the...

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  • Sham Shui Po - wonderful local area in...

    Apliu Street is located in the bustling local area of Sham Shui Po. The street and surrounding area is a wonderful example of how working class Hong Kong sells its wares and I always enjoy spending a few hours there. Apliu Street itself is well known for its concentration of electronic stores but as well as these Sham Shui Po has loads of...

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  • PEAK GALLERIA Shopping Centre

    The Peak Galleria is located opposite the Peak Tower and has some nice mid range shops and art galleries. The size of the Peak Galleria certainly doesnt compare with the mega malls that Hong Kong is famous for but I quite like having a quick look around whenever I am at the Peak and I have previously bought some very reasonably priced shoes and...

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  • Jade Market - A Sea of Jade

    I have been to Hong Kong many times but have only been to the Jade Market once. This is probably because although I like jade and understand its significance in Chinese culture, I found that selecting an appropriately priced piece was too daunting for an amateur jade enthusiast like me.The Jade Market consists of hundreds of individual stalls...

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  • Festival Walk - Kowloon Tong

    Festival Walk is a very pleasant shopping mall located north east of Mongkok in Kowloon Tong. Its just a couple of stops from Mongkok and the lower level of the mall is directly accessed from the Kowloon Tong MTR Station. Within the centre there are 200 shops, restaurants and a large cinema complex. Along with Elements shopping mall, Festival Walk...

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  • Peninsula Hotel Shopping Arcade

    The iconic Peninsula Hotel has its own very exclusive shopping complex. The Peninsula Arcade is probably the oldest shopping "centre" in the city and over the years has been home to Hong Kongs most exclusive shops.Currently Hermes, Prada, Bvlgari, Cartier, Chanel, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co, Michael Kors and Baccarat are just some of the exclusive...

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  • 2IFC Mall in Central

    The IFC mall is a stylish shopping complex located in the IFC2 building, which by the way is Hong Kongs second largest skyscraper. It is the home of the Lane Crawford Department Store and the first Apple store to be opened in Hong Kong. The three-level complex houses more than 200 high-end shops and restaurants, as well as a five-screen cinema, a...

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  • Langham Place Mall in Mongkok

    Mongkok in Kowloon is a massive shopping precinct and at its heart is the stylish Langham Place Mall. Its quite easy to locate what you are looking for as shops stocking particular items such as shoes/handbags are housed together in one area which makes browsing easy.The style of the mall is unusual and quite trendy with little boutique shops being...

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  • Island Beverley Centre - Causeway Bay

    The Island Beverley Centre in George Street is always on my shopping agenda. I love wandering through the narrow corridors poking my head into shops not much bigger than a large cupboard. Island Beverley contains three floors of mainly local independent fashion designers selling their own cutting edge fashion including one-off items. The centre...

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  • SASA Cosmetics - All over Hong Kong

    SaSa cosmetic stores are located all over Hong Kong and are easily recognisable by their bright pink logo.Inside this incredibly popular chain you will find just about anything you are looking for with most cosmetic brands including designer lines available. There are many aisles devoted to skincare products and I have found that these are cheaper...

    more
  • Hollywood Road - Central

    If you like antiques to buy or just admire there are a few stylish and reputable antique shops on Hollywood Road and also along "Cat Street" (Upper Lascar Row). Clustered mid way between the Sheung Wan end and the Mid Levels Escalator these showrooms stock a large selection of traditional Chinese lacquered furniture and porcelain including Ming and...

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  • Li Yuen Streets (East & West)

    Li Yuen Street East and West are two market streets in Central. The alleyway markets run parallel to each other between Des Voeux Road and Queens Road. Locals refer to them as "The Lanes".Stalls stock inexpensive ready to wear garments and a medium size selection of beautiful fabrics including silk and assorted drapery. There are also the usual...

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  • Granville Road - Tsim Sha Tsui

    You may not find what you are looking for but if you are in Nathan Road Tsim Sha Tsui then walk the short distance to Granville Road, which literally overflows with fashion outlets. The majority of the stores are only interested in getting rid of last seasons factory seconds but there are some very reasonably priced outlets amongst the mayhem so if...

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  • LOUIS VUITTON - All over Hong Kong

    If you like to shop at iconic French label Louis Vuitton then you will be spoilt for choice in Hong Kong. The flagship store is located at 5 Canton Road Tsim Sha Tsui. Here you will find four levels of LV monogrammed luxury. This store is the largest Louis Vuitton outside Paris and sits comfortably in a street well known for its high concentration...

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