Stanley MarketBest explored in the cooler morning hours, Stanley Market is packed to the rafters with inexpensive treasures. Items loosely labelled as antiques include bamboo bird cages and carved Chinese ornaments.
The LandmarkThe Landmark, also known as Central, is one of the oldest and most prominent shopping malls in Hong Kong. The Landmark attracts those with plenty of cash to splash at the huge collection of boutiques: There are enough exclusive brands and stylish choices to satiate even the fussiest consumer. Shopping at The Landmark is a heavenly experience with a dizzy array of some of the world’s most cutting-edge brands. Fashionistas will take the opportunity to pick up clothing from prestigious names such as Stella McCartney and Helmut Lang, and match them with accessories from Coach and footwear by Manolo Blahnik.
Pacific PlaceThis place offers exclusive labels across four levels offering 130 outlets and three department stores. There are also a few department stores including a brand new Harvey Nichols and a Lane Crawford, plus plenty of trendy European fashion brands including French Connection and Kookai. The emphasis at Pacific Place is on mid and high-priced designer brands with high street fashion such as Zara, residing comfortably alongside the likes of Chloé and Chanel.
Elements Shopping MallWith five zones themed around the Chinese elements metal, wood, water, fire and earth, Elements, located in Western Kowloon boasts a fantastic range of the sought after brands, a good selection of dining options, an ice rink and a 1,600 capacity cinema (currently larger than any movie theatre in Hong Kong). Elements brings together a host of glamorous brands from more than 123 stores selling accessories from the likes of Mulberry, shoes from Jimmy Choo, fashion from REISS and watches from the iconic ROLEX.
Harbour CityHarbour City at Tsim Sha Tsui, is a vast retail destination featuring more than 700 stores, 50 food and beverage outlets and a couple of cinemas over four levels. The mall is neatly divided up into four areas: Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, Ocean Centre and Gateway Arcade. In here, there is shopping to suit most budgets, from mid-range goods to high end designer brands.
Temple Street Night MarketTemple Street Night Market is the place to go for cheap clothes, delicious open-air street stall food, watches, CDs and DVDs, sports and everyday footwear, electronics, and souvenirs.
Jade Market & Jade StreetThis is is a jewelry wholesale and retail area in Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong. It is the biggest outdoor market in Kowloon. Unlike Cat Street in Hong Kong Island, it is a flea market that is made up of mobile street vendors.
Kowloon Street ShoppingKowloon is quite the place for shoppers. Busy and fascinating street markets feature at the Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok areas at the far end of Nathan Road.