Shopper's Delight

Shopper's Delight

Fancy shopping? Make a trip to Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui! The two shopping spots count more than a thousand international brands in dozens of department stores and various local designer shops. It will be a fulfilling day for any shopaholic.


  • Jardine's Crescent (Street Market)
    Jardine's Crescent (Street Market)
    Jardine’s Crescent is a tightly packed roadside market that’s great for unearthing bargain clothing, accessories and domestic goods — or for just watching locals haggle over these exact same things. Tiny stalls have goods tumbling off tables and shelves, many specialising in hair accessories, bags, women's clothing, fine knits and household items. Keep your eyes peeled for that envy-inducing find!
    Jardine's Crescent, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
    How to Get There:
    MTR Causeway Bay Station, Exit F
  • Hysan Place
    Hysan Place
    Hysan Place is an oasis of natural light, high ceilings and open storefronts in the heart of hectic Causeway Bay. 17 floors of hip, fun and sought-after international brands, include GAP, Hollister,
    T Galleria by DFS, Chanel Beauté and the largest Apple Store in Hong Kong. Nearly 120 outlets take shoppers on a journey from fashion and beauty to lifestyle and culture, with many brands making a debut in Hong Kong, such as the first Eslite Bookstore outside Taiwan. For dining, Hysan Place offers a wide variety of international cuisine offered by new concept restaurants, such as Wired Café, EIGHT GRAND and Ho Hung Kee.
    500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
    +852 2886 7222
    How to Get There:
    MTR Causeway Bay Station, Exit F2
  • Jade Market and Jade Street
    Jade Market and Jade Street
    Jade has been long associated with long life and good health in Chinese culture, making it a prized material for good-luck charms. In Hong Kong, the jade business is most active at the Jade Market in Kowloon. If shopping takes your fancy over architecture and monuments, you won’t be disappointed with the quality and quantity of jade being sold by the more than hundreds of stalls here.
    Junction of Kansu Street and Battery Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
    How to Get There:
    MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Exit C. Walk along Nathan Road to Kansu Street, then continue along Kansu Street until you reach the Jade Market.
  • Tsim Sha Tsui
    Tsim Sha Tsui
    More than a mere district, Tsim Sha Tsui is a giant world bazaar, where Hong Kong’s glittering harbour is met by an alternate sea of stalls, shops, markets and malls. Even if you’re penny-pinching, merely taking a stroll along Nathan Road and the streets crossing it is an experience worthy of attention. Here you’ll journey past Shanghainese tailors, sweet-talking restaurant touts, gorgeous gems and jewellery, flashy cameras, international brand name stores and Asian street label boutiques. Or you can take a short walk over to Canton Road where you’ll be confronted with some of the best the world has to offer in luxury designer goods.
    Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
  • Harbour City
    Harbour City
    Keep the date of your return flight in mind when you enter Harbour City because this place is so vast you might forget about leaving. The upshot for the shopper is a choice of over 450 shops, around 50 restaurants, three hotels and two cinemas. Fortunately, this mind-boggling selection has been intelligently organised into four distinct zones. The third floor of Ocean Centre is where you can check out the latest electronic gadgets, while you can find the uptrend fashion and cosmetics at Ocean Terminal.
    3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
    +852 2118 8666
    How to Get There:
    • MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit A1. Walk along Haiphong Road for approximately five minutes; or
    • Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Tsim Sha Tsui East
    Tsim Sha Tsui East
    The strip of bars, restaurants and cafés in Tsim Sha Tsui East ensures that the district’s office workers and shoppers have broad harbour views to go with their alfresco refreshments. There is something for every taste here and together with the restaurants in the nearby five-star hotels, you can indulge in a luxurious banquet or just drop by for a casual pint or three.
    Mody Road, Granville Road and Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
    +852 2399 2111
    How to Get There:
    MTR Tsim Sha Tsui East Station, Exit P1. Walk along Mody Road for about five minutes.

Celebrities' Hong Kong moments

Hong Kong is a romantic city. I enjoy shopping here — from the great variety of merchandise in the malls, to quirky creations sold in unique neighbourhoods, and even souvenirs from affordable night markets, I love them all. What’s on offer here are more than products, they are the love of beauty and for oneself.
Suqin, Author, Fashion Anchor


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