Hong Kong is known as 'Shopping Paradise' in the world. There are different locations that you can choose when buying stuffs.
Causeway Bay is a popular shopping area for local residents packed with sizable Japanese Department stores, multi-level shopping arcades and street levels' shops. You will be astonished by the dazzling variety of goods ranging from fashion to household products.
Central is the business & financial centre of Hong Kong. World-class brand name stores and many prestigious shops centred around Pedder Street and Queen's Road. For oriental art & antique lovers, do not miss the "Cat Street" located at the Western end of Hollywood Road.
Stanley Market is a flea market located on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Specialities include silk dresses, leather goods, tableware, sports and casual wear.
Wanchai is well worth a visit and is particularly famous for rattan and rosewood furniture on Queen's Road East. Wan Chai Road / Spring Garden Lane offers locally made designer jeans, children's wear and a variety of other goods.
Tsim Sha Tsui : Right beside the pier stood three blocks of huge shopping arcades internally connected to each other namely the Ocean Terminal, the Harbour City and the Ocean Centre. Another popular shopping destination is the New World Center. In addition, there are numerous shops in Tsim Sha Tsui selling jewellery, fashion, photographic equipment, audio and visual equipment.
Hong Kong Tourism Board