Hong Kong Shopping Tours

Shopping in Hong Kong can truly be termed as an opportunity for shopping enthusiasts to go bizarre! Hong Kong shopping has become the mecca for shopaholics across the world who deliberately wait to indulge into this experience and decide to flock the country from different parts of the globe; perhaps solely for the shopping flee. Here, shopping is not just about splurging money but an important practice that reflects upon the culture of Hong Kong; the culture of night markets, street food, warm hospitality and lots more. The list of places to visit in Hong Kong can be quite overwhelming.
It includes numerous shopping destinations serving a diverse range of products with contrasting rate cards. Malls like the Landmark, IFC, Pacific Place and Harbour City are enormous with over hundred stores selling distinct products. While markets like the Li Yuen street, Ladies market, Stanley and so many more attract visitors for being one stop shopping destinations in themselves respectively. Regardless of whether one is a luxury seeker or a streetside shopping lover, an admirer of costly metals like gold or that of the local artisans' workmanship, Hong Kong has something for all!

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What are the best shopping areas in Hong Kong?

1) Central: Set amidst colonial and historical-style constructed buildings, shopping in and around central only brings joys to the very hardcore shopaholic. The upscale shopping area provides everything- from high-end stores to street sides shops that attract all kinds of shopping enthusiasts. The markets provide a wide range of shopping items like clothing, bags, household merchandise to electronics. It is also a great market space for foodies to indulge in some street-side eateries.
Shopping places: Galleria, Landmark, Prince’s building, IFC Mall, Queen's Road, Stanley street

2) Causeway Bay: Considered to be one of the finest places for street shopping in Hong Kong, Causeway Bay is where one can go shopping every treasure of Hong Kong. There remains scope for endless bargaining on most of the products. Go here particularly for clothes, gold ornaments, and cosmetics shopping.
Shopping places: Times square, Caroline Centre, World Trade Centre, Fashion Island, Island Beverly, Lee Theatre Island

3) Tsim Sha Tsui: 
Shopping is certainly one of the top things to do in Hong Kong and Tsim Sha Tsui is the go-to place for shopaholics here. Famous amongst women shoppers for trendy, fashionable clothing sold at a moderate price along with other complementary products like bags, jewellery, and cosmetics, this market caters to the needs of every woman ever. The market has also lately flourished itself as a luxury shopping destination.
Shopping places: Granville market, Harbour City, 1881 Heritage, New World Centre, The One

4) Mong Kok: Talking about street shopping in Hong Kong, one can never skip Mong Kok which is considered to be the busiest shopping street area of Hong Kong. From hawkers selling keychains, artificial ornaments, toys, fancy souvenirs to streetside shops selling trendy clothing items, from shopping malls selling high-end commodities to food stalls selling tastiest dishes; Mong Kok can be visited by anyone and everyone who is looking to indulge in some fun shopping time.
Shopping places: Grand century place, Ladies’ market, Temple Street Night Market, Flower market, Goldfish market

5) Sham Shui Po:
A market designated to electronics and electrical accessories, Sham Shui Po is not the conventional market that attracts all shopping enthusiasts but is the ultimate go-to for tech and IT, electronic fans. Tourists can choose to visit this market for latest gadgets at reasonable deals.
Shopping places: Golden computer centre, Dragon centre, Fuk Wa Street, Nam Cheong Street, Apliu street market

6) Stanley: Great space to go for souvenir shopping, jewellery, ornaments, bags, luggage, art and craft or general household commodities, Stanley is a large open-air market that houses something for every tourist. It also makes for a lovely open museum showcasing Chinese artwork, collectables and general clothing items.
Shopping places: South shore of the island

7) Hollywood Road and Cat Street Bazaar: Particularly meant for the fans of pottery, furniture, paintings, antiques, coins, carvings and souvenirs, Hollywood Road and Cat Street Bazaar perfectly showcases the vast culture of Hong Kong and its surrounding countries alike. Tourists looking for antique shopping are sure to fall in love with this marketplace.
Shopping places: Upper Lascar Row

8) Kowloon Cultural District: Kowloon cultural district as the name suggests - aptly showcases and puts on display the culture, art, and craft of Hong Kong. The marketplace has several malls as well as street-side stores for high-end purchases where tourists can easily find anything they are looking for.
Shopping places: Harbour City Mall, ICC Mall, Temple Street, Canton Road, Nathan Road.

What are the best markets in Hong Kong?

1) Temple Street Night Market

When the sun sets down, this night bazaar is where one will want to head to for some fun strolling time. The market mainly displays antiques, jade ornaments, and teaware items. The market finely captures the essence of traditional Chinese culture with fortune-tellers and opera singers seen every ten steps.
Location: Yau Ma Tei, near Yau Ma Tei MTR station exit C and Jordan exit A
Timings: 8 pm to 11 pm
Highlights: Souvenir shopping

2) Stanley Market

Housing everything - from shopping malls to roadside hawker stalls, the crooked lanes of Stanley today looks like an indoor market space having gained popularity amongst shopping enthusiasts. You can find here anything from electronics to a folding fan!
Location: South of Hong Kong Island
Timings: 10 am to 8 pm
Highlights: Look for Hong Kong artefacts and craft items, bargain hub

3) Ladies Market

The ladies bazaar is a multi-block market that sells a great variety of designer label clothes at moderate rates. As the name suggests, it’s a popular pick for ladies. But despite the name, men can find a wide variety of men’s wear as well.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok district
Timings: 12 pm to 10:30 pm
Highlights: Designer, trendy clothes at reasonable prices

4) Jardine's Crescent

Located near Hong Kong’s largest shopping mall - Times Square, Jardine’s Crescent is a narrow lane of stalls that sell cheap apparel for both men and women; and children alike.
Location: Causeway Bay district
Timings: 10 am to 7 pm
Highlights: Cheap apparel

5) Li Yuen Street Market

Also known as the Lanes of Central, Li Yuen street market holds the setup of a traditional Asian bazaar but caters to the shopping needs of eastern, western and all other kinds of shopping enthusiasts.
Location: Li Yuen Street, Central
Timings: 10 am to 9 pm
Highlights: One-stop destination for everything

Apart from shopping, where I can eat street food in hong kong?

1) Kowloon City Market and Cooked Food Centre

Kowloon is one of the most densely populated areas across the globe, which is famous for a number of restaurants and eateries that altogether serve diverse cuisines to locals and tourists attracted to Kowloon. Likewise, Cooked food centre is also known for offering local delicacies to visitors; this having something for all taste buds.
Location: Kowloon city
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

2) Queen Street Cooked Food Market

When comfort dining experience is out of options and indulging in Italian, Indian, Chinese, American or any food from the world is on the mind, tourists must head to this market which is super friendly on pockets. Great market for a stroll, perfect for every hunger soul!
Location: Queen’s road central, Sheung Wan
Timings: 12 pm to 11 pm

3) Temple Street Night Market

With an energetic carnival ambience, temple street night market offers not just unlimited shopping experiences but also takes care of hunger needs after the tiresome shopping flee. An ideal night here will be hogging food at every second stall serving local dishes!
Location: Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei
Timings: 8 pm to 11 pm

4) Ap Lei Chau Market and Cooked Food Market

Packed and noisy on most days, especially on weekends, there is a reason why Ap Lei Chau Market and Cooked Food Market meet so many locals and tourists. Local chefs set the plastic tables up just right with finger-licking food one can’t resist. From pasta to dumplings, they have it all!
Location: Ap Lei Chau municipal services building
Timings: 12 pm to 11 pm

5) Tsun Yip Cooked Food Market

An array of street style eateries, stalls, and restaurants, Tsun Yip Cooked Food Market like any other food market houses a diverse range of cuisine serving options. The market has a fancy set up and runs all day long.
Location: Kwun Tong
Timings: 6 am to 12 am

Which are the best night markets in Hong Kong to visit?

1) Temple Street Night Market

Hong Kong street shopping has largely gained popularity because of the Temple street night market. With a carnival-like looking ambience, the market mainly displays antiques, jade ornaments, and teaware items and finely captures the essence of traditional Chinese culture. It attracts thousands of locals and tourists every day and leaves nobody disappointed.
Location: Yau Ma Tei, near Yau Ma Tei MTR station exit C and Jordan exit A

2) Ladies Market

The ladies bazaar, as the name suggests is a popular pick for ladies. However, men easily find a wide variety of men’s wear as well. The market is a multi block lane that sells a great variety of designer label clothes at reasonable rates whilst maintaining quality.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok district

3) Shanghai Street

On the list of Hong Kong street shopping places and night markets comes yet another popular name - Shanghai street. As the name suggests the market serves impeccable Chinese food that deserves to be tasted. Moreover, it is also famous for traditional household and kitchenware such as bamboo steam baskets and utensils that are priced at super cheap costs!
Location: Shanghai street, Yau Ma Tei

4) Stanley Market

Stanley is a large open air market that houses something for every tourist. It is a perfect space to go for souvenir shopping, jewellery, ornaments, bags, luggage, art, and craft or general household commodities. It also makes for a lovely open museum showcasing Chinese artwork, collectibles and general clothing items.
Location: Stanley village, south side of Hong Kong island

5) Apliu Street Flea Market

Apliu street flee market mainly attracts locals and tourists looking to buy electronics and electrical gadgets. It is the ultimate go-to for all electronic needs. However, vendors here sell both - new as well as second hand commodities, thus tourists are advised to inspect every purchase well.
Location: Sham Shui Po MTR station.

What are some famous things to buy from Hong Kong?

Designer Clothes and Handbags: As the sales tax is much lesser in comparison to that levied in other countries, tourists can shop designer label wear at cheap prices. From Armani, Gucci, Chanel, Versace to Louis Vuitton, Prada, Esbeda, the country houses it all!

Cosmetics and Perfumes: Likewise, cosmetics and perfumes are likely to be on your “grab it all” list without having to pay any taxes! These can be easily found in shopping malls or any departmental store.

Electronics: Hong Kong has quite a few dedicated markets for electronics and electrical gadgets where seekers can find unbelievable deals.

Gold and other Jewellery: Hong Kong markets sell many ornaments made of metals like gold and materials like jade and silk. Most of these are authentic ornaments made by local artisans.

Hong Kong Pastries: Run away from the mooncake, sweetheart cake, egg tarts or almond cake and it will be a pity! This one is a must try for everybody, irrespective of preference.

Tailor-made, Hand made Suits: Hong Kong is home to a number of artisans who produce quality garments depicting their local cultural and workmanship at reasonable prices. It is easy to find an affordable deal here.

Where can I shop in Mongkok Hong Kong?

1) Argyle Centre

Shopping in Hong Kong can be a tiresome affair. There are endless things to buy in this country and endless number of places to buy these items from. One such place for all shopping needs is Argyle centre which is considered to be a popular local pick and is a paradise for female shopaholics.
Location: One Mong Kok Road Commercial Centre, 1 Mong Kok Road
Timing: 12 pm to 8 pm

2) Sai Yeung Choi Street

A long stretched bustling street filled with numerous shops, stalls, malls and restaurants, Sai Yeung Choi Street in Mong Kok sells anything and everything, catering to all kinds of shopaholics with diverse choices and preferences from across the globe. It works like the one stop shopping destination in Mong Kok.
Location: Sai Yeung Choi Street, Mong Kok
Timing: 12 pm to 8 pm

3) Flowers Market

Making an absolutely positive atmosphere, flowers market displays and sells all possible varieties of flowers, potted plants, and leaves. It is a quick affair of Hong Kong shopping and surely a very pleasing one too. Even if one does not wish to go flower street shopping in Hong Kong, space is perfect for a stroll in and around the market.
Location: Flower market road, Prince Edward
Timing; 9:30 am to 7:30 pm

4) Bird Market

Located in the close vicinity of the flowers market is the bird market which is also known as birds garden. This long standing market is dedicated to Chinese songbird tradition. Like the flower market, the birds garden too does not invite tourists to necessarily indulge in shopping in Hong Kong but just for a few steps of nature admiration.
Location: Next to Boundary street
Timing: 7 am to 8 pm

5) Ladies Market

The ladies bazaar as the name suggests, is a popular pick amongst ladies. It is a multi block market that sells a great variety of designer label clothes at moderate rates and also caters to men’ fashion wear, contrary to its name.
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok district
Timings: 12 pm to 10:30 pm

Which is the best shopping mall in Hong Kong?

1) The Landmark

One of the largest ones, shopping in Hong Kong is incomplete without a visit to the Landmark. The four buildings of the mall welcome visitors to shop from over 200 international brands making it a great shopping destination.
Location: 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong Island
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

2) Harbour City

With more than 700 stores, Harbour city mall leaves no reason for locals and tourists to not choose itself as the destination for shopping in Hong Kong. The space often exhibits the high-end car and beauty shows and conducts family friendly activities on special occasions and festivals.
Location: 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

3) Pacific Place

An upmarket mall, Pacific place is home to some of the biggest brands across the world that are scattered across four levels. It has a total of 200 exclusive stores and 3 departmental stores that take care of all needs when talking about shopping in Hong Kong.
Location: 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong Island
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

4) IFC Mall

IFC Mall, a popular one amongst the locals of Hong Kong houses a total of 200 stores along with cinema and fitness centre. Amongst these stores are some of the biggest brands like Tom Ford and Chanel that invite high end, luxury shoppers to the mall.
Location: 8 Finance Street, Central
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

5) Times Square

One of the largest malls in Causeway Bay, Times Square is built over 16 floors of retail stores, dining spaces, and entertainment outlets and makes for a great Hong Kong shopping destination. The mall is popular for its picturesque installations at the entrance of the mall.
Location: 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
Timings: 10 am to 10 pm

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