Cheung Chau Shopping
Where to Shop in Cheung Chau
Along the main thoroughfare (a waterfront promenade called Praya Road) from the ferry pier to Tung Wan Beach it is filled with restaurants and shops. All types of goods can be found here including tea, clothes, bicycles, electronic goods and supplies, flowers.
Among them are many of souvenir shops selling items like T-shirts, and seashells. The most popular souvenirs from Cheung Chau are seafood products like dried squid, shrimp paste and salted fish.Read More
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Cheung Chau Windsurfing Centre (CCWC)
The shop at CCWC offers souvenirs like T-shirts for men and women. Windsurfing gear is also available. Visitors can hire windsurfing boards as well as sea kayaks.
- Location: On Hak Pai Road between Tung Wan Beach and Kwun Yam Wan Beach (aka Afternoon Beach)
- Tel: +852 29 81 27 72
Cheung Chau’s main market is located at the Regional Council Cheung Chau Complex in the same area as the island’s post office. It is quite big and houses more than 200 vendors. Goods offered here are vary from fresh food (pork, chicken and seafood), vegetables, herbs, household items and everyday goods. The interesting thing is you can buy fresh seafood from here and bring it to some of the open-air restaurants at the waterfront for them to cook for you. The cooking fee is minimal.
- Opening Hours: Daily 06:00 – 20:00
- Location: At the Regional Council Cheung Chau Complex, at the right hand side of the ferry pier.
Park 'n Shop
Visitors wanting to shop at a grocery store, can do so at the main road near the ferry dock. One of the big ones is called Park 'n Shop Supermarket which has everything one would need while holidaying here in Cheung Chau. As the island does not have cars or trucks to transport goods from the boats into shops or villages, this is done by local men with a hand dolly. It is quite an interesting scene to observe, like stepping back in time.
- Opening Hours: Near the ferry dock