Department Stores in Hong Kong

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Department Stores in Hong Kong

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  • kingofpeppange
    Peppange, Luxembourg484 contributions
    Convenient airport with easy access to the city ! Shopping here at the airport seems to be quite expensive : you get bigger choice and better prices in the city...
    Written February 22, 2020
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  • Yas830
    Tokyo, Japan5 contributions
    It is easy to find Chinese food stuff and cosmetics. I always buy the Chinese facial cream for wrinkles that work so good for me. Unfortunately I can't buy it in my country.
    Written November 6, 2019
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  • Meremale60
    Upper Coomera, Australia490 contributions
    Looking for a quick snack we decided on Maccas, and for a veery busy airport ordering and service was very quick and simple, plus plenty of tables for the large numbers.
    Written August 31, 2019
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,669 contributions
    SOGO is one of the long stay shopping venues in TST. They moved to the location just below the Sheraton at the Nathan Road and Salisbury Road intersection around 6-7 years ago. There is street level and underground MRT Station access. This is a popular Japanese department store that is open from 11am to 8pm daily.

    Here you find four floors filled with international brand named products. This store is smaller than the SOGO in Causeway Bay but plenty of clothings, footwear, cosmetics and other beauty products, luggage and the likes. There is also a Japanese food market in the basement level.

    Interestingly, in pre-pandemic times, SOGO, like most shopping venues around TST, was crowded with tourist shoppers. These days, if you visit midweek, you'll find mostly empty floors with just a handful of locals browsing the many product counters. During weekends, it is more crowded but nothing like in years past. That will certainly change once the doors to HK are reopened and tourists can return.
    Written October 12, 2021
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  • CodyMav
    Gold Coast, Australia27,608 contributions
    Went here on purpose to find a new glass screen for my samsung s7, only to discover they don't support such an "old" model. They directed me to Tung Choi Street where a similar collection of shops have more of that, and I did get a high quality protector.

    Still a great place for camera gear
    Written February 2, 2018
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,669 contributions
    Wing On is a local department store with over a century of history here in Hong Kong. They have four places around the city including this flagship department store on Des Voeux Road in Sheung Wan. Opening hours are 10am to 7.30pm daily.

    What you find are four floors of traditional department store shopping with aisles of clothing, footwear, accessories, bags, luggage, all manner of kitchen and household items, toiletries, cosmetics, health products, toys, stationary and other related items. There are sales staff everywhere as well if assistance is needed.

    Note: This flagship Wing On is located near several Sheung Wan MTR exits. You can visit their website to find the location of the three other department stores in TST, TST East and Discovery Bay if useful.
    Written February 8, 2022
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  • mondragon
    London, UK237 contributions
    This is one of our most favourite department stores in the world as it has a good mix of high end and high street- it doesn’t reall have designer but all goods are well sourced. They also have a stunning food hall and grocery store in the basement. Items we always purchase are kids character bed linen as they have all different sizes with high thread counts, Japanese knives, Kids character cutlery and plates and food! The basement restaurant on the right as you walk in from the MTR is excellent value for money for their lunch sets. We always return to this store!
    Written January 1, 2020
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,669 contributions
    Queensway Plaza is a commercial shopping venue located on top of the Admiralty MTR Station just across Queensway Road and next to the United Centre. This is also something of a throughput walkway for those transversing between the business centre area around Connaught Road, the Admiralty MTR, Pacific Place Shopping Mall area south of Queensway.

    There is heavy pedestrian traffic here during weekday rush hour periods but during weekends, its not to bad. Interestingly, Queensway Plaza is lined with quality shops that were crowded out of proper malls by luxury and high-end retail brands during pre-pandemic years. The result being Queensway Plaza evolving into surplus shopping area but with good quality food and retail shops. Still not a place likely to be of much interest to visitors to Hong Kong, whenever they are can come back. However, these days it is surprisingly decent shopping space for locals.
    Written July 17, 2021
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,669 contributions
    The 298 Computer Zone is located near the Hennessy and Johnston Road Intersection in Wanchai. This is a multiple storey, low-rent arcade setup with tightly packed floors, lined with computer, parts, accessories, hardware, games and other electronic gadgets. You'll find computer and mobile repair shops as well. It is similar to the Wanchai Computer Centre just down the street as well as computer arcades in Mongkok and Sham Shui Po.

    Shops are open generally open from 10am to 9pm. You can browse more freely on weekdays and earlier in the day. On the other hand it can get rather busy on weekends. Remember, prices can be noticeably lower in places like 298 but you get what you pay for and forget about return policies.
    Written November 26, 2021
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China146,669 contributions
    Kolour is a middle of the pack shopping venue in Tsuen Wan. It is located on Chung On Street and is two separate buildings connected by footbridge. Combined Kalour Phase I and II provide around 31,000 square metres of low key shopping in the town centre area. Shop opening hours are around 10am to 10pm daily.

    At Kolour you will find small local retail shops with some recognisable brand name places, discount shops like Price Mart, Mannings pharmacist, Starbucks coffee shop and the likes. It is a upgrade from the tiny crammed halls of some of the arcade shopping venues near Tsuen Wan MTR Station but a couple grades below some of the newer and more modern places like those near Nina Tower and the Tsuen Wan West Station.
    Written March 17, 2021
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  • JBJ
    Wichita, KS440 contributions
    If you know what you're looking for and go with a HK friend, you can get a good deal here, but I wouldn't really recommend it otherwise. It's almost shoulder-to-shoulder in places, and I'm not sure the prices are worth it. If you just want the experience, go through quickly and come back out to breathe.
    Written July 5, 2018
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  • Leonhkny
    Hong Kong, China8,583 contributions
    This is one among many residential malls in the neighborhood of Lam Tin. Not really a place for tourists, it offers some chain stores and reasonably priced restaurants. It may not offer any interesting characteristics, but hikers may find it a good stopping point for replenishment.
    Written March 21, 2021
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  • Fouregas
    United States5,287 contributions
    This review actually is for the location in Central District. Very convenient for this area as there are plenty of international customers who will find lots of westernized items that reminded them of home.
    Written January 4, 2022
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  • Lilu5575
    Hong Kong, China59 contributions
    First time to this area,
    Pretty simple and basic mall.
    Resturants facing beach were great, lots of options.
    Had an Italian. Food average but very very expensive.
    Lovely weather nice day though, not a place to spend a whole day.
    Written September 5, 2020
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  • travellezzie
    New York City, NY7 contributions
    Amazing selection. Honest, passionate and inspirational shop. This shop carries a wide range of whiskies, gin, cognac and what must be the most complete collection of Laberdolive Armangac in Hong Kong, if not the world!! The full range of spirits is mind-blowing, and the staff are all friendly and extremely knowledgeable. Highly recommended for any amateur to the most sophisticated connoisseur.
    Written September 22, 2020
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