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Hong Kong is a shopping mecca. Whether you are after high-end luxury brands or fascinating street market items, Hong Kong will never disappoint you. Hong Kong is full of shops, boutiques, malls, department stores, and street markets; it's hard to decide where to shop. Check out our guide below to discover the best places.
The best shopping areas are mostly concentrated in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon…
This is where you'll find many of the colonial and historic buildings of Hong Kong Island, and also the major financial institutions and upmarket shops as well as high-end, luxury boutiques. It is also a great destination for eating and drinking.
If you are interested in shopping on street market, we have listed the Top 7 Street Markets in Hong Kong.
Causeway Bay is believed to be the shopping mecca in Hong Kong. There are plenty of treasures and bargains to be found in this labyrinth of commerce, catering to all budgets and all shopping styles.
Causeway Bay is also a prosperous "City without Night." The closing times are always the latest in the whole of Hong Kong.
As the center of shopping for medium and high-end goods, gold ornaments, clothes, and cosmetics, as well as dining, everybody can find something they like there. To go shopping in Causeway Bay, visitors can start at Windsor Plaza in Great George Street in the east of Causeway Bay, and end at Times Square in the west of Causeway Bay.
Tsim Sha Tsui is a flourishing luxury shopping and recreational area. Toys "R" Us has a branch in the region, and the Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard is a favorite for women, selling fashionable clothes at moderate prices.
Ming Chueng Shop is in the basement and not only sells clothing brands at moderate prices, such as G2000, U2, and Esprit, but also elegant brands like Episode, Jessica, and Crocodile. Canton Road and Beijing Road have many chain stores of various famous brands, and Granville Road has cosmetics and factory outlets for clothes.
Mong Kok features traditional multi-story buildings with an array of markets, small shops, and food stalls. It is always crowded but fresh and energetic as most small malls and streets aim to cater for the younger generation. Mong Kok is the shopping district paradise for those looking to get a bargain.
Sham Shui Po is known for its street market selling electronics and accessories. Compared to the artificial facade of slickness in Central on the Hong Kong Island side, Sham Shui Po is the heartland of Kowloon.
Though Sham Shui Po is not your typical shopping paradise that Hong Kong is famous for, this is a place not to be missed by IT and electronics fans who wish to browse through the latest and most reasonably priced gadgets. There are so many stores offering a large variety of products and gadgets that you can practically spend the whole day there.
If you want to explore a local market in Hong Kong, you should not miss Stanley Market. It is a large open-air marketplace welcomed by tourists and locals alike. It is a lovely market right next to the beach so shopping there is complemented by cooling ocean breezes.
You will find an interesting array of little shops selling silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costumes, jewelry, and souvenirs. You can bargain with the shop owners.
Hollywood Road is lined with antique shops offering a colorful array of paintings, pottery, and furniture.
Cat Street's official name is Upper Lascar Row. It is a pedestrian lane with stalls of curio shops peddling all sorts of inexpensive pottery, jewelry, ornaments, coins, carvings, and Mao souvenirs.
If looking for genuine pieces, you should probably stick to reputable shops and the antique auctions.
In the past, tourists have felt Hong Kong lacked cultural and educational opportunities. This has changed. Now with your shopping, you can enjoy one of the world’s largest cultural quarters that blends art, education and public park into a great recreational opportunities.
The cultural district is conveniently adjacent to the ICC Tower and four MTR Stations. So access is convenient to the M+ Museum for visual culture, the Xiqu Centre for traditional Chinese Opera, numerous other theatres and concert halls, and outdoor performances in the waterfront park. You can directly go there from as far away as the airport or Beijing!
For high budget shopping, there is Elements Mall. Shops along Austin Road are adjacent. The famed Golden Mile of Nathan Road is only about a 10 or 15 minute walk away.
For relaxation and sightseeing, there is an open plaza city park in front of West Kowloon Station and a rooftop promenade on top of the station with great Victoria Harbour and skyline views where you can watch the Symphony of Lights.
Hong Kong offers a panoply of choices ranging from high-end luxury brands to fascinating street markets. It will be helpful to have a local guide who can give you accurate information based on your shopping interests.
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