For shopaholics, this post is for you! Hong Kong is a shopping haven, no doubt. With its variety of boutiques that offers luxurious brands to thrift shops, shoppers can really go crazy over all the labels available in the city. But when I mean shopping, it is not confined with clothes and shoes alone. For Hong Kong is also rich in food hubs where you can shop and indulge over a wide array of restaurants from all over the world.
On this blog post, I will be sharing with you five of the best places in Hong Kong where you can find the best deals for your favorite brands.
Mongkok tops my list when it comes to shopping for souvenirs and pasalubongs. A wide array of stalls offers the best deals especially when you purchase more than one item or in bulk. Items you can find include shirts, bags, magnets, keychains, phone accessories, etc.
Tip: Don’t be shy to ask for a discount, they can really drop the price if you persist.
Located at Tung Chung, near Ngong Ping 360, Citygate Outlet is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong. It features more that 80 international brand names that offer discounts up to 70 percent. Shop categories include designer fashion, accessories, sports, children’s wear, beauty, and home accessories.
If you’re looking for a five-star shopping experience, all the luxurious brands can be found in the Central District of Hong Kong. Located across the harbour of Tsim Sha Tsui and seen atop The Peak, Central District depicts a skyline of labels of brands that’s truly world class.
LAN KWAI FONG
Lan Kwai Fong is Hong Kong’s famous nightlife alley that homes over a hundred restaurants and bars that offer a diverse selection of food and drinks.
TSIM SHA TSUI
Tsim Sha Tsui is a giant world bazaar where you’ll be confronted with shopping malls, stalls, markets, and shops from different brands that courses through Nathan Road and Canton Road. Here you can avail of Bollywood-themed memorabilia, Shanghainese tailors, restaurant touts, jewellery shops, international brand name stores and Asian street label boutiques. Hong Kong’s biggest shopping mall – Harbour City and 1881 Heritage, can also be found in the district.