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Kowloon, Hong Kong » Entertainment » Shopping Centres

Amazing Grace

The store is opened in 70’s and contains handicrafts from all around Asia. You can buy here Vietnamese silk lanterns, Balinese sarongs, Asian-theme Christmas ornaments and mirrored Indian accessories that look quite impressive.

Address- Star House, 3 Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2730 5455

Website- ( Amazing Grace )

Artland Watch Co Ltd- Interior of the shop is elegant as like its services. The staff will guide you through the countless luxury brands on show and also from the catalogs. You can choose any from the desk or can place order. Prices of the product are not the best of all but definitely lower than at home.

Address- G/F, Mirador Mansion, 54-64B Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2366 1074

Arts & Crafts Fair- On each Sunday and on public holidays outside the Cultural Centre on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront small stalls from local cottage industries sell handicrafts. Each stall holder of this place is chosen by the panel of judges who promotes this kind of small business. Other artwork, jewelry, clothing, and knickknacks are also available here. Portrait artists are present at short distances to capture your likeness.

Address- Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza, Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Bossini

The store offers you casual clothing with collections for women, men, and children. "Color Our World," is its brand philosophy and it is an indication of the variety.

Address- G/F and 1/F, Victoria Heights Bldg., 192-194 Nathan Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2377 4322

Website- Bossini ( Bossini )

Chinese Arts & Crafts- This departmental store provides a clean and air-conditioned environmental shopping in contrast with the open aired Jade market where you can shop for classic jade jewelry. The prices reflect the environment but aren't out of range.

Address- G/F, Star House, 3 Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2735 4061

Website-Chinese Arts & Crafts ( Visit Site )

Chow Sang Sang- Chow Sang Sang has large number of shops all over in greater China. All shops sell contemporary gold, diamond, jade, and wedding collections for the local market and manufacturers and retailers sources international brands.

Address- Silvercord, 30 Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2735 4622; +44 852 2192 3123

Website-Chow Sang Sang

David's Shirts Ltd- David's Shirts has popular global reach and has a branch in New York City. The personalized service of a smaller business supervised by David Chu himself since 1961 is enjoyed by most of the customers. Shanghainese tailors with 20 years experience work in house. You can choose more than 6,000 imported European fabrics and have variety of shirts, suits, and accessories—including 30 collar, 12 cuff, and 10 pocket styles. It also includes Single-needle tailoring, French seams, 22 stitches per inch, handpicked, double-stitched shell buttons and German interlining. Your each and every detail including to which side you wear, your wristwatch is maintained in order to give online service in the future.

Address- G/F, Wing Lee Bldg., 33 Kimberley Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2367 9556

Website-David's Shirts Ltd

FACES- It is a one-stop shop that has wide range of high-profile beauty brands. Regular product launches are arranged here and special presentations are also given by the international beauty experts.

Address- Ocean Terminal, Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2118 5622

Festival Walk- It is located in residential Kowloon Tong and 20 minutes from Central on the MTR. It has everything from Giordano to Vivienne Tam. Marks & Spencer, Esprit Armani Exchange and Calvin Klein draw the crowds and Sistyr Moon, Camper, and Agnès b make the new spotters happy., Big branch of Page One which is best bookstore of Hong Kong's is situated downstairs. It has the largest ice rink as well as a multiplex cinema.

Address- 80 Tat Chee Ave., Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Website-Festival Walk

Flower Market- As per the name this market is full of huge bucketfuls of roses and gerbera. It has a large collection of street stalls selling cut flowers and potted plants. Added flavors are Delicate orchids and vivid birds of paradise. At the time of Chinese New Year all auspicious flowers like narcissi, poinsettias, and bright yellow chrysanthemums are added to the collection of the market.

Address- Flower Market Rd., off Prince Edward Rd. W, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Goldfish Market- It has a small collection of shops and is a favorite local source. Goldfish are considered auspicious in Hong Kong. All shops have decorated their fronts with bags of glistening, pop-eyed creatures that are waiting for someone to take them home. On the other side many fishes are sold at unbelievable prices.

Address- Tung Choi St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Harbour City- It is made up of four interconnected complexes and contains almost 700 shops between them. it is better to follow the map as chances of missing are more in this place. Ocean Terminal is divided into sections in which kidswear and toys are best on the ground floor, and sports and cosmetics on the first. The top floor plays hosts for white-hot street wear store LCX. The Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade near the Star Ferry pier has branches of the department store. It contains Lane Crawford and quirky lifestyle-specialists G.O.D. Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Burberry which are the posher boutiques and covers the entire Ocean Centre and Gateway Arcade. These shopping places are rounded up with a cinema and three hotels. Canton Road which is exactly opposite to Harbour city is the perfect place for designer wear shops and snag superb pieces from local and international designers.

Address- Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Website-Harbour City

Kansu Street Jade Market- this market is famous for variety of Jade available in the shades of green and from the milkiest apple-tone to the richest emerald. If you know exactly which stuff do you want then you can get fabulous bargains. The "jade" sold here is aventurine, bowenite, soapstone, serpentine, and Australian jade ranging from inferior to the real thing. You can also find out strings of freshwater pearls here.

Address- Kansu St. off Nathan Rd., Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Ladies' Market- This market is situated along Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok and always overflowed with tightly packed stalls of clothes, bags, and knick knacks. Despite the name there are clothes for women, men and children altogether. Most products are imitations or no-name brands and you can pick up any cheap and cheerful stuff. Stands and shops selling the street snacks are available at the corner of each block and behind the market. Fa Yuen Street is one more place of shopping which is parallel to Mongkok and an unofficial sportswear market.

Address- Tung Choi St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Langham Place- it is a beautiful site built up with rich brown sandstone in a stark contrast and with neon signs. Yet it is a chaotic shopping place with 300 shops packed into 15 floors. It is popular for hipsters who come in for the local and Japanese labels in offbeat boutiques on the 11th and 12th floors. Dubbed "Xpresscalators" system takes you quickly up four levels at a time.

Address- 8 Argyle St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Website-Langham Place

Pearls & Cashmere- This elegant warehouse assures quality products. In addition to quality classic designs of men's and women's cashmere sweaters are available here in the wide range. You can also buy reasonably priced pashminas, gloves, and socks which can be offered as a great gifts for men and women. Recently the brand has developed the more fashion-focused BYPAC line.

Address- Mezzanine, Peninsula Hotel Shopping Arcade, Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Phone- +44 852 2723 8698

Website-Pearls & Cashmere

Temple Street Night Market- Yau Ma Tei Street market is one of Hong Kong's liveliest nighttime shopping experiences. Each night the place slowly lights up with the lamps. Smell of delicious dishes attracts you towards the street. Hawkers try to attract your attention with innovative salesman tricks for buying the clothes from their stalls. Cantonese opera is the additional attraction of the place which competes with pop music and vendors' cries and shoppers'. There are many fortune-tellers and the odd magician who has set up their business in the street. Shopping of the clothes or cheap gadgets are not the things you can get excited about. People come here for its atmosphere and any purchases are a bonus.

Address- Temple St., Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium- It is five floored store and contains Chinese goods. It provides variety of products ranging from clothing and house wares through tea and traditional medicine. It also offers you tablecloths, silk pajamas, chopstick sets, cheap 'n' colorful porcelain sets and offbeat local favorites like mini-massage chairs. The entire top floor is given over to tea where you can pick up any packet of leaves or an antique Yixing teapot at reasonable rate.

Address- 301-309 Nathan Rd., Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong Phone- +44 852 3511 2222

Website-Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium