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Very busy road on the weekends especially in the evenings. Can take a while to get used to the crowd on the road at first. Has the best selection of brands for the discerning shopper as well as discount deals for bargain hunters. One can...More
Welcome to Hong Kong I had forgotten how easy it is to be cheated by stores in Hong Kong especially those located in the main tourist areas like Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay.
Yesterday Jane Was cheated out of the equivalent of €90 when...More
We stayed in Nathan Riad and were looking forward to the shopping. Oh boy! It’s crowfed like you wouldn’t believe, touters selling watches, handbags and suits nearly drive you insane on every corner and all the high end stores are there! Go to Stanley market...More
This is the main shopping street in Hong Kong and is busy day and night. There are a lot of designer stores with watches and perfumes. Be prepared to be hassled by men wanting to offer tailoring adn fake goods all along the street.
Unfortunately Nathan Road has become just another road in Hong Kong which is too crowded to enjoy a walk no matter what time of day. The crowds is enough to put anyone off. One hardly sees any Europeans around as we once did.
I first shopped on the 3.6 km Nathan Road, of the Kowloon district of Hong Kong in 1982. Since then it has changed from a street of shops where I could purchase high-quality goods at inexpensive prices to now having to pay premium prices for...More
Nathan Road is a great landmark. We stayed on this road and it runs through the main areas. We could always make our way back here if we were walking and could not get lost. There is plenty of shopping MTR’s and sites to see...More
I took a stroll along the Nathan Road on a Wednesday morning at around 09:45 am. I started walking from Mong Kok finished at the waterfront Tsim Sha Tsui.
Nathan Road is the blood vessel of Kowloon, it runs through the Kowloon peninsula and it's...More