Shopping in Hong Kong

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The best shopping in Hong Kong is all about excess: Most malls are high in store offerings and low on AC temperatures. While it can be hard to escape... Read More

The best shopping in Hong Kong is all about excess: Most malls are high in store offerings and low on AC temperatures. While it can be hard to escape from luxury boutiques in this label-obsessed city, our shopping guide will direct you to a plethora of independent shops beyond Queen's Road Central or Nathan Road. Lifestyle stores like WOAW and Kapok are treasure troves for hard-to-find accessories high in both quality and design aesthetics. G.O.D. specializes in cheeky T-shirts and memorabilia printed with Hong Kong's iconic sights. For souvenirs, Stanley Market and Ladies Market are on the predictable end of the spectrum—but still worth the visit if only for the lively atmosphere.

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  • Bonjour

    Bonjour is to Hong Kongers what Sephora is to Americans: The beauty conglomerate sells everything from Gucci perfume to obscure Korean skincare products... Read More

  • Fungus Workshop

    Handmade goods are difficult to come by in Hong Kong, which makes this tiny workshop in Sheung Wan all the more precious. Everything here—from leather... Read More

  • G.O.D.

    The acronym stands for Goods of Desire—and if you like cool, modern housewares and textiles, it's 100 percent accurate. The furniture, light fixtures,... Read More

  • I.T.

    I.T. was started in 1988 as a shopping destination for hard-to-find brands. It has since evolved into a retail powerhouse that distributes trendy... Read More

  • Kapok

    With interiors that channel Scandinavian aesthetics, this concept store is the epitome of urban cool. On the shelves are a host of it-brands from around... Read More

  • Ladies Market

    Busy at all hours during the day, this market is where you can bag the latest fashions at the lowest prices possible. Anything goes in terms of... Read More

  • Lane Crawford

    A Hong Kong institution for more than a century, this homegrown department store is still one of the city's major shopping destinations. The clothing,... Read More

  • PMQ

    The backstory of PMQ is a testament to the adaptability of Hong Kong people. The expansive site has led several past lives: A college campus, police... Read More

  • Stanley Market

    Cheesy as it may be, Stanley Market is one of those Hong Kong destinations you have to visit at least once. It's a one-stop shop for all your souvenir... Read More

  • Stockholm

    Swedish sophistication is the main focus at this modestly sized boutique. The majority of merchandise, from Skultuna cuff links to Dienastie sunglasses,... Read More

  • Tang Tang Tang Tang

    "Tang tang tang tang" is the unmistakable series of opening notes to Beethoven's Symphony No. 5. It has since been adapted into the Cantonese vocabulary... Read More

  • The LANDMARK

    If there were a single high-end fashion design boutique missing from this opulent mall, you'd have to file a complaint to the international fashion... Read More

  • Western Market

    Even if you're not in the mood for shopping, this magnificent Edwardian-style architecture is worth a closer look. The front of the red brick building... Read More

  • WOAW

    With a name that stands for "World of Amazing Wonders," this lifestyle concept store does not disappoint. The shop contains all the essentials for a... Read More

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