Shopping in Hong Kong

Recommended shopping malls in Hong Kong:
1. THE LANDMARK – fashion boutiques of famous brands are located in a 5-storey shopping center. The well-known boutique of London’s Harvey Nickolos is located here
(located next to The Landmark Hotel, Central District, Hong Kong)
2. LEE GARDENS – consists of two complexes Lee Garden, Lee Garden Two – a luxurious shopping complex with famous luxury brands. There are children’s fashion boutiques. Located at 18 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
3. ISLAND BEVERLY – luxury boutiques of local designers. 1 Great George St. Causeway Bay.
4.IFC MALL– a popular shopping center, which houses more than 200 fashion brands including Lane Crawford. The complex has a luxurious cinema and gourmet restaurants. Location: 8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong.
5. HYSAN PLACE – here you can find many rare Japanese brands, gourmet restaurants and other fashion stores. Location: 500 Leiton Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
6. HARBOR CITY – shopping center on Tsim Sha Tsui at the Star Ferry stop, many famous brands. Location: 3-27 Canton Road, Kowloon.
7. LANGHAM PLACE – a shopping complex located in Mongkok, Kowloon, next to the Langham Place Hotel and Ladie’s Market, Jade Market.

Dam Market

This is the most famous market in Hong Kong. Despite the name, not only women’s clothes and accessories are sold here, but also men’s and children’s. It is this market that is famous for cheap fakes of branded watches, bags and wallets.

Temple Street Market

The market is located in the area of ​​the Jordan metro station and is known for its night work. Basically, they sell gadgets, used and new phones, all kinds of components, accessories, etc. The streets around the market turn into one continuous restaurant in the evening and at night.

Stanley Market

We can say this is a training ground for those who are just learning to shop in Asia. The market is not as crowded and expressive as the rest of the markets in Hong Kong, which is why you can practice your skills in lowering prices here (and this is a must in Asia). However, the Stanley market should not be underestimated. This is a real cornucopia of shops, kiosks, shops where you can buy paintings, handicrafts, folk crafts and even furniture, as well as silk products and many, many souvenirs. The market is located on the street of the same name, on one of the southernmost ends of the Island. Getting there is not easy – only buses run, and a taxi ride will be quite expensive.

Market on Cat Street

Some affectionately refer to this market as the “Treasury of Antiques”. However, tune in right away – this is a standard Chinese market, from the category of “flea markets”. Yes, there are antiques here too, but most of them were most likely made only yesterday. There are a lot of products from jade, coins, posters on the market. The market is located in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island.

Market on Wan Chai Street

This is one of the largest outdoor markets on Hong Kong Island. Here they sell goods from soft children’s toys and clothes to appliances and bed linen. Locals prefer this market to department stores.

Gold Trade Gallery

Despite the name, this is not a market for gold jewelry, but for technology. Possibly the best computer market in Hong Kong. Prices are quite low. The market is located on Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po. The market is also known by the name of the area Sham Shui Po.

Top 10 must-see places in Hong Kong!

  1. Climb Victoria Peak by tram and see a stunning panorama of the city.
    2. Go to “Hi Tea” at The Peninsula Hong Kong (famous pastries, branded strawberry jam and whipped cream)
    3. Go to Lantau Island in a cable car.
    4. Po Lin Monastery which in translation means – a precious lotus with an 80-meter statue of the Big Buddha.
    5. Cruise on white dolphins, which are a rarity in the South China Sea. Cruises depart every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 9am.
    6. Statue of Bruce Lee on the avenue of stars in Tsim Sha Tsui
    7. Listen to an expert’s opinion on tea varieties and tea etiquette at Cha Tea Shop from 16:00 to 17:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
    8. Dine at a seafood restaurant on Lamma Island (Rainbow Seafood)
    9. Have a cocktail at the Aqua Spirit bar with a panoramic view of the bay (Aqus Spirit 30/F, One Peking Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui)
    10. Visit the Man Mo Temple built by in 1847

Shopping in Hong Kong