Hong Kong Shopping
Hong Kong shopping opportunities are available almost anywhere you go in the city. With prices much lower in Hong Kong for the same thing back home, you may be tempted to buy more than you were planning to. Just make sure you have enough room in your luggage for everything.
While you’re out and about, you’ll find all kinds of Hong Kong shopping markets, malls and street shops. There’s so much to buy that even someone who doesn’t like shopping might become interested in buying things. Here are some of the most popular shopping spots available in Hong Kong.
A list of the popular Hong Kong shopping malls that can be found all over the city. Malls are separated by region.
Shopping centres in Hong Kong that sell computers, computer parts, accessories, peripherals, software, and anything else to do with computers. The most popular ones in Kowloon and Hong Kong Island are listed.
Need to buy something right away? Try visiting a Hong Kong Convenience Store for a wide variety of items for sale. These stores can be found everywhere across the city.
Hong Kong Island Markets
The most popular shopping center in Hong Kong for electronics, video games, collectibles, movies, computers and more. Most of these items are cheaper than the stores found inside Hong Kong shopping malls/centres.
Stanley Market is found inside Stanley on Hong Kong Island. This market has lots of unique shopping.
A popular street on Hong Kong Island that sells all sorts of antiques and furniture.
A red Edwardian style building that has shops inside selling all different types of hand made items and fabrics.
A street market in Mong Kok with vendors selling clothing, handbags, toys and electronic accessories at very cheap prices.
A marketplace in Yau Ma Tei with hundreds of shops and stalls selling all different types of jade.
A street market in Mong Kok that sells a large variety of flowers.
A street in Mong Kok with stores selling fish, aquariums, accessories and all different kinds of sea creatures.
A night market in Yau Ma Tei that opens in the afternoon and goes on until late into the night. This market sells lots of cheap items that interest men, giving it the nickname of “Men’s Market.”
A garden on Yuen Po Street, Kowloon containing all different kinds of birds. You can even buy a bird and all the things you need to take care of it.
A new high end shopping mall created out of the old Marine Police Headquarters.
New Territories Shopping
The only outlet mall in Hong Kong. The Citygate Outlets has outlet stores of many designer brands and is located close to the airport.
More than just an airport, the Hong Kong International Airport has lots of shopping, restaurants, bars, and fun things to do.