Top 10 Hong Kong Shopping
Most Popular Shopping in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is hard to beat as a shopping destination. With a bit of in-depth knowledge you can track down pretty much any article you'd like to buy. Have a look at our Top Eight shopping locations to pinpoint that elusive bargain.
Designer shops and exclusive labels are relatively easy to locate here and lots of visitors fly in to restock and update their wardrobe as well as to shop for silk products and Chinese artwork at affordable prices.
Kowloon is quite the place for shoppers. Busy and fascinating street markets feature at the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok areas at the other end of Nathan Road. The extremely popular Ladies' Market (daily from 12:30 – 22:30) and Jade Market (open 10:00 – 17:00) are not to be missed. Nathan Road runs the whole length of Kowloon. The lower part of the road, is the place to go if you are bargain hunting. Read More...2The Landmark Hong Kong Island
The Landmark, also known as ‘Central’, is one of the oldest and most prominent shopping malls in Hong Kong. Five levels of chic designer shopping offer brands that are rarely showcased elsewhere in Asia. There are enough exclusive brands and stylish choices to satiate even the fussiest consumer. Read More...3Temple Street Night Market Kowloon
As one of the liveliest flea markets in Kowloon, Temple Street Night Market is the place to go for cheap clothes, delicious open-air street stall food, watches, CDs and DVDs, sports and everyday footwear, electronics, and souvenirs. Any marked prices should be taken as suggestions alone as this is definitely the place to bargain. Read More...4Harbour City Kowloon
Harbour City at Tsim Sha Tsui, is a vast retail destination featuring more than 700 stores, 50 food and beverage outlets and a couple of cinemas over four levels. The mall is neatly divided up into four areas: Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, Ocean Centre and Gateway Arcade. Read More...5Jade Market & Jade Street Kowloon
Jade market is a jewelry wholesale and retail area in Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong. It is the biggest outdoor market in Kowloon. Unlike Cat Street in Hong Kong Island, it is a flea market that is made up of mobile street vendors. There are more than 400 booths selling different kind of jade pendants, rings, and other jewelry. Read More...6Pacific Place Hong Kong Island
Pacific Place or Admiralty is situated in a top location at the centre of Hong Kong with views across the harbour. Inside, the centre caters to a smattering of exclusive labels across four levels offering 130 outlets and three department stores. The emphasis at Pacific Place is on mid- and high-priced designer brands with high street fashion. Read More...7Stanley Market Hong Kong Island
Best explored in the cooler morning hours, Stanley Market is packed to the rafters with inexpensive treasures. Items loosely labelled as ‘antiques’ include bamboo bird cages and carved Chinese ornaments. There is also plenty of Chinese silk and linen on display. Gadget fans will love the cut-price watches, torches and other electronic wizardry. Read More...8IFC Mall Hong Kong Island
The IFC Mall packs in over 200 stores, a cinema, fitness gym and department store over four levels. Whether you’re after cutting-edge hand-tailored formal or office wear or funky urban street clothes, you’re sure to find something to your taste. It’s also worth visiting the mall just to dine here. Read More...9Ladies Market
This daytime fashion market in the Mongkok district of Kowloon sells a mixture of fashion, souvenirs, electronics and jewellery. With a name like Ladies Market, naturally there is a huge amount of handbags and shoes. Bargaining is a must at Ladies Market, as prices are always inflated. However, it is still one of the best markets for picking up some inexpensive gifts and checking out the energy and ambiance of a genuine Hong Kong market. Along the way there are street food stalls and local snacks to try. Open from 12:00 to 23:00, find Ladies Market close to Mongkok MTR Station.10Elements Shopping Mall
With five zones themed around the Chinese elements metal, wood, water, fire and earth, Elements Shopping Mall, located above Kowloon MTR Station, boasts a fantastic range of sought after brands, a good selection of dining options, an ice rink and a 1,600 capacity cinema. Thanks to its range of shops and activities Elements is popular with families and is a slightly more leisurely shopping experience than malls on Hong Kong Island.