Hong Kong is a shopper’s paradise, not only for those seeking big brands and high-end products, but also for those interested in traditional goods. Turn a shopping spree into a cultural exploration by tracing Hong Kong’s evolving lifestyle from the early 1900s to the post-war period and beyond.
|Start at Sheung Wan MTR station, walk through Graham Street Wet Market and then stroll along Gage Street for the story of revolutionaries Dr Sun Yat-sen and Yeung Ku-wan. Visit ten small thematic shops, most of which have been founded with cultural heritage and tradition, as you also take in Bridges Street YMCA, Hong Kong News Expo, Ladder Street, Wing Lee Street and PMQ. Tour ends back at Sheung Wan MTR station.|
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