For shopaholics, Hong Kong is a shopping paradise. Here, visitors can shop for goods like bags, shoes, watches, souvenirs, and jewelry. In addition, the goods offered combine the eastern and western culture. You can easily find well-known luxury brand products, like Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Valentino & Todi, and Zara, as well as traditional Chinese souvenirs. Below are five famous shopping centers to visit in Hong Kong:
• Causeway Bay
If you have lots of money burning a hole in your pocket, head here! The rent for stores in Causeway Bay is the most expensive in the world. Some of the most popular multi-brand shops are Dour Studio, Off The Wall, WOW, and Numb Workshop.
The place is the central business district of Hong Kong. Some of the popular shopping places are The Landmark, Shanghai Tang, Harvey Nichols, Lane Crawford, and IFC mall. Central is also home to the financial area, so many banks and other businesses have their headquarters here.
• Hollywood Road & SoHo
Hollywood Road was the second road to be built when the colony of Hong Kong was founded. SoHo was named after the entertainment district in London with the same name. SoHo is the area south of Hollywood Road. So in addition to these areas being fun places to shop, they are rich with history!
• Tsim Sha Tsui (TST)
Tsim Sha Tsui’s biggest mall is Harbour City. Reach is a popular shoe center in Tsim Sha Tsui. In addition to the many stores, Tsim Sha Tsui has the most hotels out of any area in Hong Kong. There are also other unique things to see, such as the Avenue of Stars, a waterfront promenade built to showcase the local movie industry.
• Mong Kok
Mong Kok is one of the major shopping areas in Hong Kong. It is famous for its many markets, small shops, and food stalls that have disappeared from many other parts of Hong Kong. Each street sells a different thing, like Tung Choi Street, which specializes in women’s clothing, accessories, and cosmetics, and Dundas Street, home to several major shopping centers. Langham Place is the biggest mall in the district with many well–known stores for the younger crowd. It is 59 stories and has a hotel and offices in addition to the mall. Goodbye Goodbuy boutique has many goods from other countries and as well as local handmade designer goods.