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Yau Ma Tei is a shopping place where you can buy typical Chinese articles and is famous for a Tin Hau Temple. This is the best place to explore local markets at affordable prices. You can buy cheap but serviceable clothes in this area. Shanghai Street is famous for Chinese goods (from roasted ducks or pots to devotional articles like shrines or incense). Next to Shanghai Street is Public Square Street, where Tin Hau and Shin Wong temples are located. Every night there is a market selling various products, including clothes, decorative articles, souvenirs, electronic stuff and toys in Temple Street, a street where the famous Tin Hau Temple is located.

Next to these temples is the Jade Market. This open-air market has more than 400 shops selling jades, earrings, jewellery, representations of animals like dragons, tigers, or deer.

If you are still not tired of shopping, you can visit Mong Kok, Kowloon's most lively and colourful district. Mong Kok preserves its traditional characteristics with an array of markets, small shops, and food stalls.

The Goldfish Market is situated on Tung Choi Street, on the south of Prince Edward Road West. It is a place for fish lovers. Apart from different kinds of fish, the market also sells sea creatures like jellyfish, Brazilian tortoises and dainty sea horses.

Harbour City

Harbour City is a mall in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It consists of shops within namely, Marco Polo Hotels, Ocean terminal, the Gateway, Ocean centre, and Pacific Club Kowloon. The mall also has branded boutiques, like Cerruti 1881, Kent & Curwen, etc. The mall has two cinemas also.

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

Jade Market

This market is famous for the variety of jade available in shades of green and from the milkiest apple tone to the richest emerald. If you know what you want, feel free to bargain and reduce the price to half. The jades sold here are aventurine, bowenite, soapstone, serpentine, and Australian jade ranging from inferior to the real thing. You can also find out strings of freshwater pearls here. If you keep walking down the Jade street you will find the temple street, the busiest night market in Hong Kong.

Address: 261 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, 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 for women. Despite the name, there are clothes, backpacks for men and children. Most products are fake branded products, and you bargain for a lower price.

Address: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Fa Yuen Street Market

It is one more place selling an array of products, local goods and Thai delicacies. The most popular dishes are green curry and beef salad.

Address: Fa Yuen Street, Hong Kong

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. You can also buy reasonably priced pashminas, gloves, and socks.

Address: The Peninsula Hotel, Shop BE5, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Temple Street Night Market

It is one of Hong Kong's liveliest night-time shopping experiences. Each night the place slowly lights up with the aroma of delicious dishes that attract you. Hawkers try to attract your attention with innovative tricks for buying the clothes from their stalls. Cantonese opera, performances are the additional attractions of the market. There are many fortune-tellers whose fortune-telling skills differ from one another. Shopping for clothes or cheap gadgets is not the thing you can get excited about. People come here for its atmosphere, and any purchases are a bonus.

Address: Temple Street, Jordan, Hong Kong

Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium

It is five floored store and contains Chinese goods. It provides a variety of products ranging from clothing and housewares to tea and traditional medicine. It also offers you tablecloths, silk pyjamas, chopstick sets, cheap 'n' colourful porcelain sets, and offbeat local favourites 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 a reasonable rate.

Address: 301-309 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong Kong

Here is a list of shopping stores:

Elements (Mall)
Address: 1 Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Langham Place
Address: L1 & L4 Customer Service Centre, Langham Place Shopping Mall, 8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon

1881 Heritage
Address: 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Address: NO. 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon (MTR - Kwun Tong Line Kwun Tong Station Exit A2)

Address: 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Festival Walk
Address: 80 Tat Chee Ave, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Sino Center
Address: 582-592 Nathan Road, Hong Kong

Address: 193 Prince Edward Road W, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Plaza Hollywood
Address: 3 Lung Poon Street, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong

Argyle Centre Shopping Mall
Address: Nathan Rd, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Address: 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Olympian City
Address: 1 Hoi Wang Road, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

International Commerce Centre
Address: 1 Austin Road West; West Kowloon; Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Address: 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Dragon Centre
Address: Dragon Centre, Yen Chow Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

The Whampoa
Address: 10 Shung King Street, Whampoa Garden, Hong Kong