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Hong Kong Shopping Guide

With its tax-free status, shining mega-malls, hip independent designers, enormous factory outlets and colorful street markets, Hong Kong is among the world's most exciting places to shop. This is the city to buy that bespoke suit, new laptop, and designer dress - you just might need to purchase new luggage to bring it all home.

Central

Home to some of the most expensive real estate in the world, it's no surprise that Central boasts Hong Kong's swankiest malls, chicest boutiques, and flashiest jewelry stores. Start by strolling along Queen's Road, admiring the glittering window displays of internationally celebrated jewelers. Air-conditioned walkways and underground passages lead to a series of glamorous malls, including the swanky IFC Mall, while the surrounding streets are woven together by spaghetti-narrow alleys filled with market stalls selling clothing, fashion accessories, and kitschy souvenirs.

Top Places to Shop in Hong Kong
Florentia Village, Hong Kong Luxury Designer Outlet
46 reviews
Florentia Village is an Italian designer outlet mall offering international luxury brands and products at year-round attractive prices. Florentia Village already has retail outlets in Tianjin, Shanghai and Guangzhou in China. With the future openings in Chengdu, Wuhanand Chongqing, the extensive network of outlets bring a true Italian shopping experience to fashion enthusiasts. Florentia Village houses nearly 200 world famous brands in its China locations. In Hong Kong, Florentia Village has a curated mix of 20 international luxury brands in its 60,000 square feet of shopping area. Save up to 80% on brands such as Furla, Kenzo, Links of London, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace and many more. A shoppers paradise all year around.You can’t miss Florentia Village’s stylish glass facade. Conveniently located in Kwai Hing at KC100 mall, 100 Kwai Cheong Road, it’s a quick 5 minute walk from the MTR station or simple ride from the airport or Lo Wu. Make use of free WIFI in the outlet, enjoy the events and dine in one of the many outlets in the adjacent mall - a day of true shopping extravaganza! 【Opening Hours】 10:00 AM-8:00 PM (Monday - Thursday) 10:00 AM-9:00 PM (Friday - Sunday) 10:00 AM–9:00 PM(Public Holiday) (Opening hours may vary among stores and on public holiday)
IFC mall
1,058 reviews
Shop high-end, flagship, and concept stores at this mall in the International Finance Centre. IFC has more than 200 stores plus extras like free candy and balloons for kids at the concierge desk.
Langham Place
594 reviews
This funky modern mall is an air-conditioned oasis in Mongkok. Free WiFi, free parking, and long opening hours set it apart.
Harbour City
1,069 reviews
Harbour City is a one-stop shopping paradise with over 450 shops, 50 food & beverage outlets, one cinema, three hotels, 10 office buildings, two serviced apartments and a luxurious private club all under one roof. With the "Star" Ferry pier (named one of the "50 Places of a Lifetime" by the National Geographic Traveler in 1999), its home to cruise liner berths, maritime history and fabulous harbour view - all at its doorstep. It is easy to see where the mall drew the inspiration for its name. Harbour City is made up of five sections and offers eight categories of retail outlets. The five sections that complete Harbour City include Gateway Arcade, Ocean Centre, Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade and Star Annex. Each offers a huge range of products and services including: Jewellery and Watches, Beauty, AV/Electrical Appliances, International Labels for Fashion & Leather Goods, Lifestyle, Casual Wear/Sport, Kid's Paradise and Food & Beverages Outlets. There is literally something for everyone, regardless of age group or cultural/economical background.
Festival Walk
209 reviews
Easily accessed via the MTR, this mid-priced mall is packed with more than 200 popular international brands and favorite local clothing stores including Giordano, Moiselle, and Peace and Staccato.
Elements (Mall)
364 reviews
This upmarket mall is designed around the five Chinese elements, with zones for luxury shopping, beauty and lifestyle, fashion, dining, and entertainment. Expats flock to its outdoor bars.
Fashion Walk
55 reviews
Criss-crossing through four different streets in Causeway Bay, this newly revamped area features seriously cool hard-to-find fashion lines including IRO Paris, Isabel Marant, and Patrizia Pepe.
Stanley Market
2,028 reviews
This historic street market on the city's serene south coast is as popular with locals as it is with tourists. Go here for souvenirs like lacquerware, embroidered tablecloths, prints and paintings.
Pacific Place
336 reviews
Luxury and modernity meet at this stylish mall connected to the Admiralty MTR subway station. Tenants mix luxury labels with haute homewares, organic toiletries, and jewelry stores.
The One
185 reviews
Spread over 23 levels, The ONE is the tallest-and among the hippest-retail complex in Hong Kong. Find everything from luxury watches to cosmetics and from lifestyle goods to cutting-edge fashion.
Cityplaza
126 reviews
Located a few stops on the MTR from Causeway Bay, on Hong Kong's quieter east coast, this large family-friendly mall features 170 stores, plus an ice-skating rink complete with boot hire and lockers.
New Town Plaza
227 reviews
This massive mall caters to all tastes and budgets, with over 350 stores, 50 restaurants, and Asia's first Snoopy World. Because it's popular with locals and tourists, weekends get very crowded.
Hong Kong Sneakers Street
359 reviews
Fa Yuen Street, known as Sneaker Street, is where hip kids get the latest sports shoes. Find big brands like Adidas and Nike plus boutiques with niche brands, limited editions, and bespoke creations.
Sogo Mall (Causeway Bay)
370 reviews
This enormous Japanese department store sells everything from watches and handbags to Hello Kitty toys, electrical appliances, and dainty Japanese cakes and candies.
Hysan Place
258 reviews
At Hysan Place, hipness is no longer just for the fashion elite. Located at the heart of Causeway Bay with direct access to the MTR station, Hysan Place showcases an enviable selection of nearly 120 most sought-after international brand boutiques spanning over 17 floors. It’s a place for you to hang out, have fun, and share unforgettable shopping experiences with your friends. Enjoy the generous high ceiling with open shop fronts, stroll along the atrium sprinkled with natural light via the huge central skylight, or linger at the Sky Garden with lush greenery.
Ladies Market
3,102 reviews
This massive Mongkok street market is one of the best spots in the city to pick up a bargain. Find T-shirts, cheongsams, silk pyjamas, chopsticks, handbags, belts, hair accessories, toys, and more.
PMQ
489 reviews
This historical building was recently transformed into a creative hub for local design talent. It now showcases over 100 independent fashion, design, and homeware stores; plus excellent restaurants.
Times Square
900 reviews
Situated at Causeway Bay, the most vibrant spot in Hong Kong, Times Square has been regarded as one of the most popular shopping centers and tourist spots. Recognized as the ultimate shopping landmark, Times Square houses more than 230 world-renowned brands on 16 floors, with an exclusive blend of shops ranging from voguish apparel, leather goods, jewelry to accessories. To bring a great shopping excitement, Times Square encloses a number of reputable electronics and audio vision chain stores, as well as a wide selection of sport specialty stores in a cutting-edge and convenient environment. Times Square provides an array of up-marketed nationwide eateries, including regional Chinese specialists, various Asian delicacies and western cuisine, making Times Square a gourmet paradise for both the locals and tourists. The signature Open Piazza of Times Square is the most-sought-after exhibition venue for in Hong Kong.
Citygate Outlets
983 reviews
Located at the end of the Tung Chung MTR line, Citygate is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong. Find discounts up to 80% on designer brands including Calvin Klein, Guess, and Ralph Lauren.
Temple Street Night Market
2,553 reviews
The fun begins around 8:00 PM, when visitors flock to the numerous stalls lining this bustling, open-air market, stocking everything from clothes to mobile phones to watches.
T Galleria By DFS, Hong Kong, Canton Road
69 reviews
T Galleria by DFS is the Traveler’s Galleria — a tribute to DFS Group’s thorough understanding of global travelers’ needs and its unique ability to offer them the finest luxury brands, impeccable service, and seamless shopping experiences.
Golden Computer Arcade
174 reviews
If you're looking for cut-price electronics, look no further than the Golden Computer Arcade in Sham Shui Po. Camera equipment, computer peripherals, and games consoles are especially good buys.
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#2 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Awesome quality, breath taking results, i advice you to go to Rashmi's Tailors shop in Hong Kong.
Great tailor, with friendly and knowledgable service as well.
#3 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
My shirts look great, the service was fantastic and for a very reasonable price considering this is a world class tailors in a world class city for tailoring.
During my first visit to the shop Andy talked me through a variety of price options and fabrics of which there is a reasonable variety in colour and style.
#4 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
First time visit to the Bee's Diamonds, had an excellent experience here, special thanks to Rachel!! Patient and professional, helping me to pick the perfect diamond for my fiancée, I am really pleased with the se...
But, Bee's Diamonds is highly recommended if you wanna purchase high quality jewelry in an affordable price range (well you can go as fancy as you want tho :-) while being assisted by shop managers who definately...
#5 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
I am local Chinese and to find the right tailor it was hard so my friend told me to go to TripAdvisor site and I found David Fashions as my personal tailor for me and my full family, Mr. David says small shop, sma...
First impressions were that David was very welcoming and willing to show all of us many kinds of materials, patterns and other accessories.
#6 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Hidden away in the 12th floor of an industrial building in Quarry Bay, this shop features excellent quality teas from all over China.
My first impression of Mingcha was that it was located in a very interesting place - an old factory building which was very different from the other tea shops in Central.
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#7 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
It is also worth mentioning that the shop had a great variety of materials so I could really choose the colour I liked the most.
I Have been buying suits from Mr Bobby since 2005 and I am always very pleased with the quality and the fit.
#8 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
It was such a wonderful shopping experience and I am so glad to have a quality item as a (very practical and useful) memento to remind me of my Hong Kong explorations and my interactions with everyone at Sam's.
At sam's tailor you aren't just buying a suit you are getting the whole experience.. it was my first time buying a jacket from the established tailor shop and i just love how Roshan visualise what exactly you have...
#9 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Ive been complimented endless times about my sports coat and refer my friends to the trunk shows (traveling road shows in North America), the London shop, and of course the HK shop off Nathan St. Will do lots of b...
My wife and I have been shopping with them for many years always good service quality and good prices were this year where I bought a delicious leather jacket which was delivered to me in Denmark 2 weeks after :)
#10 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has always been known as the go to place in Southeast Asia for Bespoke suits and so you can imagine the sea of tailors, shops and even individuals in the streets of TST or Wanchai offering you such service.
Unlike the tailors that line the streets and try to get you into their shops, Om Tailors is a tiny, unassuming shop on the basement floor of a mall without hype or push.
#11 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
I highly recommend Raja fashions, and suggest contacting the shop in advance to get a fitting, plan to spend some time going back for extra fittings as directed and you will be rewarded with perfectly fitting suits.
Since more than 3 years Raja Fashions in Cologne Germany is my favorite address for bespoke tailoring of both business suits and casual trousers.
#12 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Its also a finest place to do cheap shopping with good bargains, for pearls, chains, paintings, hats , electronic gadgets , garments etc. Taking a stroll along the beach front is really a pleasurable one and you c...
... see, a laid back sea side town, a great day trip, with awesome scenery, lots of good restaurants to check out and kick back, with out the masses of people, Stanly Market is great place for shopping of kinds.
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#13 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
I definitely recommend the workshop to everyone if you want to tailor-make something to your beloved one.
I highly recommend Angel's private perfume making workshop for friends, families, romantic partners.
#14 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
There is lots to discover in the mall itself from designer clothes, athletic wear, hi tec goods and that hidden gem called Great, a gourmet supermarket in the basement next to the underground carpark.
Passing by this place from time to time, sometimes a big mall with many famous shops, ice skating is a major feature here, and it happens that after the New Year Coca-Cola there is an exhibition here, you can come...
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#15 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Spotlessly clean, all the usual shops, good toilet facilities and the biggest bonus of all, surprisingly uncrowded!
Kids are always looked after (you have a permanent ice rink, cinema, and seasonal activities (Xmas is always a good time, as well as the occasional events).
#16 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
A place full of shops, you can buy clothing,bags or luxuries from most of the brands.There are a charming horizontal sea view near the plaza,especially at the dusk.However, this plaza is very long and I highly rec...
Huge shopping centre with amazing views of the harbour plus so many places to eat and shop.
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#17 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Several dozen mini-pop-up shops with clothing, accessories, food, kitchenware, pottery, jewelry and everything in between...all (well, almost all) made by local Hong Kong designers and artists.
Peaceful quiet place in central, many good cafe and small shops with quality produce and designer items, highly recommended for weekend relaxing and slow shopping.
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#18 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Very Colourful street with all types of flowers, there is even a hidden cafe in one of the flower shops, This street is photographers delight with flowers from all over the world
A seemingly endless array of flower vendors, most with absolutely gorgeous arrangements of beautiful flowers.
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#19 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Great restaurants to grab a quick lunch, fantastic shopping with all the big designers you can image, one of the biggest Apple Stores I have ever seen, etc.... Great place when shopping to grab a lunch.
Lots of branded shops get Tiffany Loewe,Balenziaga,Celine,kwanpen, etc club Monaco Zara, Mossimo Duti,,starbucks Lady m ,This place is perfect!
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#20 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
... architecture.We went to a local cafe and enjoyed perfect but expensive macarons in different flavours.Delicious.Nice to sit outside relax and watch the few people we saw going past.Expensive designer shops too
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#21 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
There are so many shops here as well as restaurants so if you're looking for a place to spend the afternoon shopping then this is the place to go.
Right place to shop for brands, grocery and electronics!
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#22 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
There is a range of absolutely wonderful antique shops, with genuine antiques including certificates of authenticity.
Hollywood road runs through the centre of Soho, so this will cover your needs from afternoon coffee to brunch to pre-dinner aperitif all the way to dinner.
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#23 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Must visit place for every geek; hundreds of stands with all kind of gadgets and tools for every techie; we bought colourful keyboard, lenses and battery packs.
Also loads of games shops, well worth a visit even if just for a look.
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#24 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Just beside Kwun Tong MTR, this mall is linked with another mall crocodile mall, filled with lot sof shopping, food, grocery, fashion, and many performance at its podium, more local flavor then the HK central malls
Unlike other rundown buildings in the area, this large and comprehensive shopping mall is comparable to arcades in Central or Tsim Sha Tsui.
#25 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
One of the larger shopping malls around Times Square in Hong Kong and located just outside the subway station.
There is a Eslite Bookstore here and many nice restaurants and cafe
#26 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
This shopping mall was attached to the hotel we stayed in whilst visiting Hong Kong The MTR station is on the lowest level of the mall It houses many shops and restaurants Great place to visit
They have it all signature shops and mid range prices boutiques of your choice.. and at top of it there plenty of fine dining restaurants with a reasonable price.
#27 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
The huge shopping Mall is quite a spectacle and houses hundress of shops with both well known designers and more unique Chinese stores, you can everything there !
Shopping is at ease, the Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay is just across the area, a lot of coffee shop and restaurant to choose Asian , American , French, Italian , and etc.
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#28 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Only returning yesterday ,my daughter & Grandaughter had the most wonderful time so many bargains, they got everything, possible...so much stuff to see & the barging is the best loved it..
Used to live in HK and this is my favourite place to shop for inexpensive clothes and home accessories.
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#29 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
Situated above Causeway Bay MTR station it is a shopping paradise especially if you happen to be there during the sales season.
This is a great mall shopping mall.We found lots of sports equipment for our teenage boy .More than half a day is needed to visit there and we visited only the sports section.
#30 of 525 Shopping in Hong Kong
The largest shopping hub on Hong Kong Island, A popular shopping and entertainment hub for families, i have been a regular visitor for Cityplaza for the past 10 years.
A plaza with full of shopping, Indeed, is a shopping paradise with latest fashion, food, beverage, and it is easily reached!
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