Shopping in Hong Kong Guide The Malls, Outlet stores, Markets and much more..

Hong Kong Food Tour with Mark Weins

Mark Weins is one of my favorite food travel vloggers and here is a collection of his videos from his world food tour when he visited Hong Kong. In these videos, he covers some...

Shopping Hong Kong by MTR (for people who hate walking)

One of the beauties of Hong Kong is its well-developed transport system, in particular, the MTR. The MTR is fast and efficient, and a great way to get around the key shopping attractions. For...

Fashion Walk at Causeway Bay

Fashion Walk is conveniently located near the Causeway Bay MTR station in amongst the shopping mecca that this area has become. Fashion Walk is a shopping destination with a difference, encompassing outside and inside spaces of...

Hysan Place at Causeway Bay

A youth shopping mecca, it’s home to a multi-floor Eslite Bookstore, the largest Apple Store in HK, and over 120 other fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and dining options. While it has small floor space its...

iSquare at Tsim Sha Tsui

With an unmatched location in Tsim Sha Tsui, the 31-storey building offers shopping, dining, and entertainment in a modern comfortable setting. Categories include Watches & Jewelry, Fashion & Accessories, Beauty & Health, Lifestyle &...

China Hong Kong City – Outlet Shopping

Located on Canton Road amongst all the high-end luxury brand flagship stores you can also find China Hong Kong  City which offers mid-level outlet shopping.     There are four floors here with a...

Island Centre at Causeway Bay

We can call this one a unique boutique mini-mall, it’s not huge, but it’s your place for hip Japanese and Korean fashion. You won’t brand names here, but you probably will find the cutting edge...

Tai Yuen Street Market Wan Chai

This market has traditionally been a toy market, a remnant of the days when Hong Kong was into toy manufacturing and has kept going strong and now with more traders setting up stalls for...

Izzue

An iconic Hong Kong fashion brand that could be classified as urban casual. Usually, slimmer fit as they very much focus on the Asian market, they do womens fashion, kids fashion, mens fashion, bags...