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Hong Kong Food Tour: Sham Shui Po District
"In the morning meet your guide and small group at Sham Shui Po MTR Station located in one of Hong Kong's most intriguing neighborhoods. This old Kowloon district offers an abundance of popular spots for any foodie interested in trying out Hong Kong's beloved cuisine. Follow your guide on foot down a food trail off the beaten pa head to a soy specialty store and sip some of the freshest soymilk as you learn about the three different soy products sold at the shop. Afterward follow your guide to a Chinese pudding store for a taste of delicious sweet pudding made the traditional way at this sixty-year-old establishment.Next see how the Braised Goose Restaurant’s owner and chef adapts traditional Chiu Chow fare for Hong Kong tastes at this hidden gem. After a savory sampling your palette will be ready for two types of freshly baked cookies at a legendary Kowloon bakery. Finally
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Private Hong Kong Layover Tour: City Sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transport
"After pickup from the Hong Kong airport by private vehicle your five-hour layover tour begins with a ride on the Victoria Peak tram for spectacular views of Hong Kong Island and its skyscrapers. Take an eight-minute funicular railway ride to the summit where your personal guide will point out Kowloon and the surrounding islands of Victoria Harbour.Next pass beautiful Repulse Bay en route to your next destination the famous fishing village of Aberdeen. Marvel at Hong Kong's floating community on Aberdeen Harbour and learn about this thriving village where fishermen and their families still reside aboard traditional junk boats. You'll have the option to board a your guide will accompany you to Stanley Market where goods are available at just a fraction of the price in town. Browse the small shops for great deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs to silk clothing and sportswear. When you’ve had your fill of bargain shopping
From HKD1,567.00
Hong Kong Super Saver: Hong Kong Island Tour plus Sheung Wan District Walking Tour
"Hong Kong Island Morning Sightseeing Tour:After hotel pickup (select hotels only) your guide will take you aboard a funicular tram to Victoria Peak to start your morning tour of Hong Kong Island with amazing views from the top. Look out past Kowloon and the surrounding islands before you descend and then head past picturesque Repulse Bay on your way to Aberdeen. Learn about this floating community where fishermen still reside aboard junks and take an optional trip aboard a sampan (flat-bottomed wooden boat) around the fascinating harbor (at an additional cost).Next your guide will take you to Stanley Market a must-see destination in Hong Kong. Browse the little shops for fantastic deals on everything from Chinese costume jewelry and souvenirs to silk clothing and sportswear. When you’ve had your fill of bargain hunting head to your final destination – a famous jewelry factory where professional craftsmen make gorgeous works of art
From HKD713.00

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Nathan Road: Tones of the Expensive shops for you bling lovers

Well, I used to walk to Nathan street so I could get occasional blasts of A/C from those big expensive shops that line the street. If you prefer to actually shop on Nathan Road, then you'll find the usual bling bling lovers expensive shops and stuff. The further away from victoria Island you go, the more normal things become.

What to buy Giant hams! GLAZED HAMS! Well, maybe some cool Electronics in Mongkok.

What to pay BLING BLING!

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Jan 04, 2006

Nathan Road: J-pop

Japanese fashion die-hard fans alert.

The building behind me is situated along Nathan Road and it's 4 or 5 storeys high selling all sorts of japanese fashion stuffs!!

Very cheap! Hai!

Avoid going there on weekends coz i don't think you can move along with the crowds very well. I reckon you would end up see more people than seeing clothes.

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Apr 08, 2005

Nathan Road: Jewelry Shops

There are tons and tons of jewelry shops that line Nathan Road. Most of them are reputable and have many shops along the same street at different points. They are more expensive than what they would be for the Hong Kong person who lives there an knows private reputable store owners, but as good as it gets for the tourist that isn't all that jewelry saavy.

What to buy All I have to say is that if you are REALLY serious about purchasing jewelry is that you shop the stores. Make certain that you pick out a few things so that you can comparison shop. Then BARGAIN!!! They will bargain with you. In fact, give them a price lower than what you are willing to never know what they might give you!! And besides that, even if they come back with a higher price, it may be the price you are willing to pay. All reputable dealers will give you a receipt or a bill of sale. It should indicate on it the description of the item and its metal content. Gold and platinum jewelry must also carry the appropriate stamps that indicate its metal content...look for 22K or 24K or 18K or 750 for gold (most gold is 18K or higher in Hong Kong). Look for 900 or 950 for platinum. Silver is marked with 925. Be careful and have fun shopping!!

What to pay Price should be dependent on weight. All dealers should calculate out the price per gram for you. Go from dealer to dealer to see what the going rate is.

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Mar 16, 2005

Sino Centre: Shops selling Japanese anime, dramas etc.

This is a commercial building with many stores selling a wide selection of japanese animation, dramas and movies. You can even find a lot of original soundtracks (OSTs) here! Some of these OSTs are very hard to find elsewhere and they are not expensive too!

What to pay I spend around $240 in Hongkong currency for 2 OSTs and a set of anime VCDs.

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Feb 01, 2005
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Nathan Road: Night-time can be the best time for shopping!

For a 'guilo' there is something very special, cheeky and even mischievous about shopping in the late evening. It brings about much more excitement!

The market stalls on Nathan Road are open until very late at night, about midnight. It's not really about what they sell, more appropriately, it's what they don't sell! (I'm yet to work that out) But quite seriously, it's just a great atmosphere and it's something the locals enjoy doing. So, when in Hong Kong, do as the... you know the rest :-p

What to buy Electronics, clothes, antiques, local food... and remember, it's OK to haggle a little with the price. If you're not happy with the price, walk on and I'm sure you'll find another stall selling almost exactly the same item/s. Personally, I don't like to haggle and I'm not good at it. I just like to check out all the unusual things for sale (dried snake, for example...)

What to pay How much do you really want the item?

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Nov 20, 2004

Nathan Road: On Crazy Sale

Wow, "On Crazy Sale"! How can you miss this one? One of Hong Kong's widest streets, Nathan Road was named for Governor Sir Matthew Nathan, the Governor at the time it was constructed. Nathan Road was known "Nathan's Folly" because everyone thought Nathan was crazy for building such a wide street seeming leading nowhere. Today, it is one of the busiest thoroughfares in Hong Kong. Filled with boutiques, jewelry stores, camera stores, hotels and restaurants. The lower portion is known as the Golden Mile because of all the neon signs.

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Jun 14, 2004

Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui: Shopping @ Parklane

In this stretch of Nathan Road, there are many stores waiting for your patronage, including department stores, clothing, Chinese antiques, food, Chinese Herbs & electronics.

Since the Central Government's decision to let more Mainland Chinese visit Hong Kong, the streets throughout Hong Kong have filled up with eager shoppers, so be ready to go against the crowd.

What to buy There are a lot to see & buy here...

What to pay more than 50 HKD

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Jan 28, 2004

shops in Mong Kok: Buying CD/VCD/DVD

there are quite many shops selling CD/VCD/DVD and most of them are selling the official or original.

1] don't buy the disc from the street stalls or hawkers, those must be the copied version or called "cinema version". I guess you know what I mean. Even the price is cheap (around HK$20 per one), but the quality is not satisfied.

2] check the region code of DVD. some DVD are internationally playable, but some might be only for specified region.

What to buy DVD:
1] around HK$80-200 for western movie
2] around HK$50-100 for Hong Kong or asian movies
3] around HK$150-250 for classical music or special edition

1] around HK$20-50 for most of the movies
2] around HK$150-250 for box-set of Japanese cartoon

1] around HK$70-100 for Hong Kong and Asian regions
2] around HK$80-150 for western and Japanese

sometimes, the CD and DVD will be attached poster, just ask the shop-keeper. Or some shops selling the poster too, just HK$10-40

What to pay cash in HK currency
credit card: Visa, Master and American Express are mostly accepted, but check whether any service charge

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Aug 09, 2003

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Lots of jewerly, cameras etc.

Nathan Road and Kowloon is famous for hundreds of shops. Jewerly, cameras, CDs, design cloths etc.

What to pay Prices are higher than e.g. Thailand, but some lower than Europe. You will find much better bargain some shopping centre and department store out of city centre.

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Mar 05, 2003

Nathan Road: Nathan Road

Long retail shops road that can be nice to walk and look and maybe buy some electronics, cloths, chinese food and stuff.

What to buy electonics, textiles, pranded cloths, or fake watches, shoes and many othes.

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Jul 23, 2007

Nathan Road: Where else..

You will almost find here everything you are looking for, electronics,clothes,bags,shoes, you name it!

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Apr 12, 2007

Nathan Road

Nathan Road is the primary district in Kowloon for modern shopping and restaurants. This street definitely can induce sensory overload.

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Mar 29, 2003

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