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Hong Kong is synonymous with shopping. Glamorous, upscale shopping malls are paired with street markets and boutiques, and everything in between. Known worldwide for its fantastic shopping variety, Hong Kong has something for every taste in every corner.
Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong Island is gifted with countless shopping malls and plazas. For the fashion conscious, Fashion World is a top spot for designer fashion as well as Japanese brands. Island Beverly Center is the place to go to discover Asian trends, quirky pieces and funky Hong Kong styles. Hong Kong even has its own Times Square, but Hong Kong’s one refers to the biggest shopping centre at Causeway Bay. For local crafts the Western Market focuses on Chinese artworks and cultural items.
Harbour City (Tsim Sha Tsui) is a mega-complex consisting of over 700 different shops. Over 5 levels of shops, food and drink outlets, hotels and even a cruise terminal provide the ultimate Hong Kong shopping experience. Visit Lane Crawford, a renowned Hong Kong department store for luxury clothes, jewellery and homewares. iSquare is a boutique centre that offers 270-degree harbour views.
The New Territories and Outlying Islands
G.O.D is an Asian outlet selling ‘Goods of Desire’ across Hong Kong and symbolises the individual style of Hong Kong. All products aim to turn traditional Eastern products into ones that suit the Western lifestyle. Even if you don’t buy something, you’ll enjoy the quirkiness and concept of G.O.D. New Town Plaza (Shatin) is where you’ll find IKEA, designer clothes brands, furniture and lifestyle outlets.