A Comprehensive Guide to Best Shopping Spots in Hong Kong
It would not be unwise to call Hong Kong a shopper’s paradise. For a shopper, the city provides almost everything ranging from electronic items to fashionable dresses to handicraft products and also a lot in the souvenir section. This place is also sometimes called Shopping mecca where you can find practical and virtually everything you desire. You must be wondering about the rates of shopping at this place. Well, with such luxury, the place also offers comprehensive bargaining too. Check out some of the best shopping spots in Hong Kong where you must visit the next time you be there.
Among all other shopping spots in Hong Kong, Mong Kok stands tall as it has practically everything you want. Walking down the aisles of any street in this place and you can buy cheap and highly useful products such as fashion accessories, sneakers, flowers and even goldfish. Or you can go to the Ladies Market which is almost a Kilometer long along the Tung Choi Street and has packed up souvenirs, traditional Chinese handicrafts, and fashion accessories. You should visit this place in the night when it is in full tempo. In Mong Kok only, you can visit The Langham Place Shopping Mall which has over 300 shops which sell almost all international brands. It is located along the Argyle Street and you can get there by Mong Kok Metro Station. Other beautiful locations in Mong Kok are:
The Flower Market Road and Sneaker Street
The Goldfish Market
Temple Street Night Market
How to get there: Tsuen Wan and Kwun Tong Lines, Prince Edward Station (North), Mong Kok Station (South).
Tsim Sha Tsui
Another important place to be shopping is the Tsim Sha Tsui which is home to some huge shopping complexes and malls. It is at this place where you can find the World’s first art mall spanning about 340,000 square feet. Here you can find special products such as fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. You can also view artworks featuring 19 exhibition panels generally for local artists. Here, you can also find Hong Kong’s largest Mall, the Harbour City Mall which is a combination of three malls put together. Together they house more than 400 shops as well as Chanel’s flagship store in Asia and Louis Vuitton’s largest outlet in Asia. The ancient Marine Police Headquarter has been turned into a new cultural and shopping landmark, ‘The 1881 Heritage’. It houses some of the luxury shops and a heritage hotel and brands such as Tiffany & Co, Tudor, and Piaget.
How to get there: Tsuen Wan Line, Tsim Sha Tsui Station
Central Hong Kong
Central Hong Kong is the place to go for Luxury shopping. It is where you will find ‘The Galleria’ which is positioned between the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and office towers is a five-story mall. This mall houses the Louis Vuitton flagship outlet. The Prices at this outlet is significantly lower than most other similar outlets in Hong Kong. Some of the other brands which you can find here are Stella McCartney, Helmut Lang, Coach and Manolo Blahnik. L’Atellier, a Michelin-starred establishment, and ZUMA.
In central Hong Kong, another place for shopping is the Queen’s Road which houses the international retailers like Longchamp, Topshop, Zara and Calvin Klein. The Queen’s Road Stretches from Wan Chai to Happy Valley and contains lots of place with beautiful heritage sites. The Hopewell Centre that stands in Wan Chai is an iconic skyscraper that’s great for photo taking.
How to get there: Airport Express at Hong Kong, Central and Admiralty Stations