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Tai Koo Shing

Tai Koo Shing is located in Quarry Bay and is one of Hong Kong’s largest purpose-built shopping complexes.

Cityplaza, located directly above Tai Koo MTR Station, has an ice-skating rink and other entertainment facilities as well as an enormous range of retail shops and department stores.

Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay is well known as one of the busiest and best shopping areas in Asia. Because of major Japanese department stores such as SOGO in the area, it is also known locally as "Little Japan". Causeway Bay is crowded with large & spacious shopping malls and these have a strong focus on fashion and food, which attracts many young people. Nearby, Jardine's Bazaar stocks traditional dried foods and bean curd (tofu). Jardine's Crescent is great for inexpensive clothing,accessories and domestic goods - and all at great value. Causeway Bay is a place full of pleasant surprises.

Famous Shopping Malls: SOGO Times Square, Caroline Centre, World Trade Centre, The Lee Gardens, Lee Theatre Plaza, Fashion Island and Island Beverley.

Wan Chai

Wan Chai is characterized in having an amazing range of shopping.  A number of excellent rattan and Chinese furniture shops can be found in Wan Chai and they also provide an excellent goods delivery service.

Another great place to pick up clothes is Spring Garden Lane. Spring Garden Lane is between Queen's Road East and Johnston Road. People can buy clothes at very competitive prices here because the products were originally meant for export. A multicultural experience can also be experienced in the heart of Wan Chai.


Admiralty is famous for its brand-name luxury goods. Located here is one of Hong Kong’s most popular malls - Pacific Place. Pacific Place is connected to the Admiralty MTR Station. Various gifts can be found in the Seibu department stores which also has in stock some of the top designer labels.


As the name “Central” implies, it is the centre of Hong Kong. Shimmering skyscrapers, marbled shopping atriums and malls are its hallmark. The Landmark, The Galleria, Prince's Building, Alexandra House and the IFC mall are the main shopping centres, with designer shops and exclusive brand names in abundance. Besides shopping, you also have an opportunity to wander among the government headquarters and financial and banking houses of Hong Kong.

However, Central not only means luxury, it also has streets selling inexpensive items as well. Li Yuen Street East and Li Yuen Street West are a riot of stalls hawking everything from inexpensive clothing, watches and costume jewelry to luggage and shoes. The market is situated between Queen's Road Central and Des Voeux Road Central, and it opens daily from 10am to 7pm.

Western Market

This is situated at the corner of Connaught Road and Morrison Street in Sheung Wan ;Western Market in Sheung Wan is a handsomely renovated Edwardian building filled with Chinese handicraft stores and fabric shops. The area to the west is famous for its small Chinese-style shops selling dried seafood and medicinal herbs and is home to many interesting Chinese herbal medicine stores.

Cat Street bazaar is best known for stalls and shops selling antiques, such as watches, old coins and stone carvings.

ApLei Chau

Ap Lei Chau is a place to shop for bargains. It is famous for its discount furniture and clothing warehouses and they can all be found in Horizon Plaza.


Historically one of Hong Kong’s most famous coastal areas, Stanley Market is a warren of stalls, shops and restaurants.  The market opens from around 10:00am to 6:00pm daily.   Chinese paintings, handicrafts and furniture, silk collectibles, curios and Hong Kong souvenirs are all for sale and it is the perfect place to buy something special for friends or relatives.


Kowloon Tong

Festival Walk is the famous shopping mall in Kowloon Tong and is also one of the newest shopping malls in Hong Kong.  Located above the Kowloon Tong MTR Station, Festival Walk offers everything from home furnishings to fashion, with more than 25 restaurants, an ice-skating rink and an 11-screen multiplex cinema.

Sham Shui Po

In Sham Shui Po, you can find many & various products. You can pick up virtually any computer products at very competitive prices. Apliu Street is a market with an abundance of character. Focussed on nearly-new electronic goods, it's a good place to soak up the Hong Kong market experience and maybe even pick up a bargain. However, you should have some knowledge of identifying quality.

Mong Kok

Mong Kok is a place full of fascinating markets, where you can experience all the hustle and bustle of market life.

The Ladies' Market is Kowloon's most popular day-long street market devoted to shoppers seeking bargain-priced clothing, accessories and household knick-knacks. Many stalls also sell items for men and children. It is a market that many foreigners enjoy visiting.

Goldfish Market is a favourite source of supply of aquariums.  Nearby is the favourite gathering place for Hong Kong's songbird owners, who meet at a Bird Garden situated in Yuen Po Street in Mong Kok. The market provides them with all manner of creature comforts, from intricately crafted cages to nutritious grasshoppers. One of Hong Kong's most colourful specialist street markets, the Flower Market, offers sweet scents, exotic blossoms and fortune-bringing houseplants.

In Mong Kok, you can also find various shops such as Broadway selling electronic devices, and other shops selling cosmetics at competitive prices, such as SASA and Bonjour.

Yau Ma Tei

Yau Ma Tei is more famous for its street markets. The famous Temple Street Market which is also known as men’s street, offers a surprise at every turn. Discover the neighbourhoods charms and history when you find old posters, old coins and clothes

Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui is another place full of department stores and shopping centres with their up-to-the-minute fashion items. There are factory outlets there for bargain hunters.

The superb Harbour City is the area's largest and most famous shopping and entertainment complex, also here is Ocean Terminal, where visiting cruise liners berth. The terminal buildings are connected to Kowloon Park by a pedestrian bridge.

Opposite to Harbour City is Canton Road.  It is the perfect place to pick up designer wear clothes and to view some of the superb pieces from local and international designers.

Nathan Road, also known as the “Golden Mile”, is renowned for its dazzling array of brightly-lit, neon-decorated shops, hotels, restaurants and nightspots that flank the wide thoroughfare.

New Territories:

Tsing Yi

Maritime Square in Tsing Yi is a fascinating combination of Hong Kong old and new. Because it is not far from Hong Kong International Airport, the Square is also a great stop-off point for transit passengers. It features more than 200 shops, themed restaurants and a cinema.

What is your favorite?

Please make a selection from some of the great buys listed below:

- Arts & Crafts - Audio & Visual - Clothing & Tailors
- Furniture & Household - General Merchandise - Jewellery & Watches
- Leather Goods - Optical Goods