Hong Kong’s Shopping Scene

Louis VuittonIf you are looking to shop till you drop, then Hong Kong is the place for you. From Asia's Largest Louis Vuitton store to souvenirs of all shapes and sizes, traditional crafts, trendy fashion, branded goods, cutting edge electronics and hidden funky finds, Hong Kong has a shop for any need and every whim. Whether you prefer glitzy malls, traditional Chinese product stores, trendy boutiques or funky wet markets, there's plenty to choose from in Asia's world city.
Hong Kong's heritage as an international centre of trade has led to a large variety of goods. From the latest designer fashion and electronic gadgets to great value antiques and collectibles, the city is truly a shopper's paradise. But beware, the local enthusiasm for buying and selling is highly contagious.
The city is also known as the fashion capital of Asia. Therefore, it is the place to get the latest and hottest trends. As a fashion hub, you'll also find an impressive variety of every product.
Indeed, shopping till you drop is not just a cliché here, the shops are open around 10am and close around midnight so you can satisfy your shopping hunger.
If you are looking for souvenirs as well as hunting for bargains, head to the market stalls on Cat Street near the Man Mo temple. Here you'll find bags, watches and tailored clothing, which can be found in the lanes in and around Li Yuen Street West and Li Yuen Street East.
If you are looking for designer clothes and the latest fashion and accessories, Causeway Bay in Hong Kong Island is the place for you. This bustling area consists of six main streets with a number of large shopping malls. Instead, if you are looking for a cheap buy, visit Jardine's Crescent and Lee Garden Road.
At dusk, the Temple Street flea market brings the city to life. This vibrant night market is ideal to pick up cheap gods such as clothes, watches and luggage. Here you can watch some street performances while enjoying a cheap and tasty meal from a vendor nearby.
The best place to buy electronics such as cameras and gadgets is Nathan Road Kowloon. This is also a popular place to buy designer watches for less.
If you like second-hand goods, browse through the large and chaotic Ap Liu Street flea market. Here you'll find antique watches, coins and electronic products.
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