Shopping Useful Info FAQs Hong Kong Map
Hong Kong is packed with retail space, making it great fun for shoppers. The shop-almost-around-the-clock culture and the tax-free policy offer tourists the most delightful and extremely amazing shopping experience. Almost everything that you want to buy, from the latest designer fashions and electronic products to good-value antiques and collectibles, can be found in your Hong Kong tours.
Admiralty - Pacific Place
Overview: One of the top premier shopping, restaurants in Hong Kong, store-chain brands covered all ages in luxury and common level. countless various top brands you will not miss here: Aquascutum, Escada Sport, HUGO BOSS, I.T, Joyce, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Vivienne Tam, Bang & Olufsen, Kelly & Walsh, etc. It is a four-floor high building, and always holds various exhibitions and fashion show in the big hall inside. There is a pedestrian elevator connecting the building to Hong Kong Park. Western restaurants are the other focus for fulfillment enjoyment. Free 3-hour parking when spending HKD1,000 at Pacific Place. The building was refreshed till 2010 by Thomas Heatherwick, a famous designer from Britain.
Location: Two Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Transport: MTR Admiralty Station Exit F
Central - IFC Mall
Overview: International Finance Centre is a new landmark in Hong Kong, to be the fourth tallest building in the world. A mix of shopping, entertainment and leisure service. It includes over 100 international brands and the latest new concept stores, beauty salon, excellent restaurants to try Hong Kong cuisine and the most luxurious cinema enjoyment.
Location:8 Finance Street, Central
Opening Hours: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Transport: MTR Hong Kong station EXIT F
Central - The Landmark
Overview: This is a must-go place for top brands collection, The Landmark and Peninsula Hotel is called Hong Kong boutique together. A premier shopping mall gathers so many global brands and complex ranges of goods, which takes up four floors, and various top brands are increasing. Brands include: Celine, Alberta Ferretti, Anna Molinari, Loewe, Versus, G.Gigli, O.Z.O.C, Istante, Max&CO? Poloralphlauren etc.. Many fashion show and activities are held at the central hall containing a lighting effect. If your time is limited and wants to find some memorial things, this is a convenient place to buy some souvenirs.
Location: 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central. 5 minutes' walk from Hong Kong Station
Opening Hours: 10:00am - 7:30pm
Transport: MTR central station EXIT G
Central - The Lee Gardens
Overview: Top international brands, Channel, Cartier, Tod's, Hermès, etc.. Some of them are exclusive voucher could value more products. Delicious food in Michelin recommended restaurants (such as Lawry’s The Prime Rib) are located here.
Location: 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay
Opening Hours: 11:00am - 9:30pm
Transport: Causeway Bay MTR station Exit F
Central - Citygate Outlets
Overview: Citygate Outlets is Hong Kong's only outlet mall, which boasts more than 80 international and domestic brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Kate Spade, Diane Von Frustenburg, Polo Ralph Lauren, Giordano Outlet, and others. These stores offer year-round discounts of 30% to 70% off. Aside from retail stores, the mall also hosts 16 food & beverage outlets and other entertainment facilities, such as the UA Citygate cinemas and a SPA by MTM.
Location: 20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island. Only minutes away from HK International Airport.
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm
Transport: MTR Tung Chung Station Exit C
Mong Kok - Langham Place
Overview: It has around 200 shops catering to shoppers of all ages. Langham Palace provides a comprehensive shopping and dining experience.
Location: 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Opening Hours: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Transport: MTR Mong Kok Station Exit C3
Tsim Sha Tsui - K11
Overview: The First mall mixes art and shopping themes in the world. Unique style stores only locate in K11 Art Shopping Mall You are buying things while browsing many arts here. Artists keep imaging new concept products so that K11 continues to refresh its images. Many new designed arts are waiting for their boles.
Location: 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui Sha, Kowloon
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm
Transport: Tsim Sha Tsui station Exit D2/ The Masterpiece
Overview: Recommended as one of the must-go places in Hong Kong. Arrayed mini shops have many attractive products: Hong Kong tea, silk garments, ornaments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewelry, and souvenirs. A traditional Chinese festival named Dragon Boat Races is coming soon at Stanley.
Location: Stanley Market Road, Hong Kong Island
Opening Hours: 10.30am - 6.30pm, recommended at 10.30am in the early morning or in the later afternoon
Transportation: MTR Chai Wan station EXIT C and get green minibus 16M
Temple Street Night Market
Overview: Sometimes known as Men's Street as it is very popular for men's fashion. Traffic is closed on the street at that time, and visitors swarm into the street. Tourists can go shopping or enjoy open-air Cantonese Opera.
Location: Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Opening Hours: 4 pm-midnight
Transport: MTR Jordan Station EXIT C2 and walk on Bowring Street
Jade Market and Jade Street
Overview: one-hour walking embedded into Chinese stone art, you could fill up you're curious of Chinese jade with the Jade Street and Jade Market. A variety of jade pendants, rings, bangles, earrings, carving, and ornaments are showing in an array of mini shops. Suggested jade and gemstone are available.
Location: Junction of Kansu Street and Battery Street, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Mon. - Sat.: 10am - 4pm
Transport: MTR Yau Ma Tei Station EXIT C and walk along Nathan Road than in the right direction of Kansu Street
Overview: a must-visit destination for fashion lovers with an eye for bargain-priced clothing, bags, accessories, toys, cosmetics, and household knick-knacks
Location: Tung Choi Street, Mongkok, Kowloon
Opening Hours: 12am -11:30pm
Transport: MTR Mongkok Station Exit E2
1. Duty-free products Only taxed products in Hong Kong are tobacco, perfumes, cosmetics, cars and certain petroleum products. Almost varies of products are duty-free if you buy them outside duty-free shops. Price tags are supposed labeling on products, and they are worth bargaining. Locals think bargain price down that it is not low enough, which means you should not buy these products in those private shops
2. Suggested Shops Hong Kong is a collection of whole top-end brands from international to local, many outlets of international brands settle here. You could find shopping is easy at plenty of departments and brand chain shops: widely accepted credit cards, long shopping time and no bargains. Price on the label is what cost you should pay. Shopping minimalls of Asian brands at the Causeway Bay. Old Wan Chai and Soho also idea shopping areas.
3. Warranties and Guarantee Every imported product has warranty words “Guarantee only valid in Hong Kong”, and for well-known brand products, you can get a warranty card for your home country from an importer in Hong Kong. Guarantees include a full description of items, the purchase date, the purchaser name and address of the shop containing its official name stamp. However, the products in grey-market normally do not have a guarantee and or only valid for manufacturer country
4. Refund and Exchange It is an available process for many shops, and you had better keep the receipt including details of your products that the shop gave after you purchased. Normally, they would like to persuade you to exchange other else rather than a refund, but it is not mandatory behavior. So do ask for details if refund and exchange are your consideration.
5. Trade Descriptions Ordinance Updating Trade Description Ordinance law can keep in mind while you are shopping, it enhances consumer protection, for details could toll customs hotline: +852 2815 7711
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