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Shopping in Hong Kong

Gleaming Central, Admiralty and Causeway Bay have swanky malls and designer shops like Blanc de Chine. Nathan Road, linking frenetic Tsim Sha Tsui to Mong Kok, has electrical stores aplenty. This area is also filled with traditional markets, like Temple Street Night Market. For quality silks, linens and handicrafts try Stanley Market in Stanley. Wan Chai has cheap fashion shops and Ap Li Chau designer factory outlets. Usual shopping hours are 11am-11pm.

Shops

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  1. 1. Homeless - Shops

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    Homeless, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    With most items using cartoon-like illustrations of local artist Carrie Chau, Homeless in Central's trendy NoHo district has quirky T-shirts, humorous sculptures, bags and prints, plus paintings on old wooden window frames. Its sister store is next door.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 12pm-10pm; Sun 1pm-6.30pm

    Address

    G/F, 29, Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2581 1880

    Transport

    MRT to Sheung Wan

    Website

    Homeless Website

  2. 2. Fortress - Shops

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    A no-nonsense IT chain, the huge Fortress branch in Causeway Bay's Times Square has digital cameras, MP3 players, CDs and stereos. With city-wide branches, locals love the helpful, honest staff who may give good deals even though prices are 'fixed'.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11am-10pm (from 10.30am Sat & Sun)

    Address

    1, Matheson Street, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2506 0031

    Transport

    MTR or tram to Causeway Bay

    Website

    Fortress Website

Markets

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  1. 3. Cat Street Market - Markets

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    Cat Street Market, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Tiny Cat Street Market on Central's Laskar Row, known as Cat Street, once sold local junk and antiques but now has jade jewellery and kitsch Mao memorabilia. There is an interesting collection of old Chinese advertising products replicas. Bargain hard.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11am-6pm (until 7pm in summer)

    Address

    Upper Lascar Row, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Transport

    Bus

  2. 4. Stanley Market - Markets

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    Stanley Market, Hong Kong. © Hong Kong Tourism Board

    The huge covered market in Stanley has benefitted from recent changes. Stanley Market's stalls have good-quality factory seconds and Chinese handicrafts, plus decent restaurants. Look for linen waistcoats, silk ties and carved jade. The bus journey alone is worth it.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10.30am-6.30pm

    Address

    Stanley Market Road, Hong Kong

    Transport

    Bus 6 from Exchange Square in Central.

    Website

    Stanley MArket Website

  3. 5. Temple Street Night Market - Markets

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    Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Hong Kong's Temple Street Night Market sells a mammoth selection of fun souvenirs like Chinese satin jackets, T-shirts, chopstick sets and sequinned bags plus there's a food court. Near the temple are entertaining fortune tellers, aphrodisiacs and Cantonese opera buskers.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 4pm-midnight

    Address

    Temple Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong

    Transport

    MTR to Yau Ma Tai or Jordan

Specialists

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  1. 6. Blanc de Chine - Specialists

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    In Central's hidden gem the Pedder Building, Blanc de Chine is a much-respected local designer of men's and women's elegant creations with Eastern influences. Its quality, and prices, cater to upmarket fashionistas, with subdued colours and simple, clean lines.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10.30am-7pm

    Address

    201-203A, Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2524 7875

    Transport

    MRT to Central

    Website

    Blanc De Chine Website

  2. 7. Sam's Tailor - Specialists

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    Sam's Tailor, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Inside an indistinctive Tsim Sha Tsui mall, Sam's Tailor has produced made-to-measure men's and women's suits since 1957, boasting Pavarotti and Bill Clinton as satisfied customers. Choose from top fabrics and colours. Suits take three days from first fitting.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-7.30pm (until 12.30pm Sun)

    Address

    G/F Burlington Arcade, 94, Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2367 9423

    Transport

    MTR or Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Sam's Tailor Website

  3. 8. Picture This - Specialists

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    From Bruce Lee movie posters, photographs of Hong Kong's streets and old postcards of China, Picture This in Central has a varied collection of work to adorn anyone's walls. Look out for original woodcut engravings and photographic books.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-7pm (12pm-5pm Sun)

    Address

    212, Prince's Building, Des Voeux Rd, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2525 2803

    Transport

    MTR to Central

    Website

    Picture This Website

  4. 9. MingCha Tea House - Specialists

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    MingCha Tea House, Quarry Bay. Courtesy of MingCha Tea House

    More of a boutique than a shop, elegant MingCha Tea House in Quarry Bay has a top selection of Chinese teas, ranging from delicate white teas to black 'Puer' tea. There is a tasting bar, plus handy gift sets.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-7pm

    Address

    12D, Wah Ha Factory Building, 8, Shipyard Lane, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2520 2116

    Transport

    MTR to Tai Koo

    Website

    Mingcha Website

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