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Hong Kong

Hong Kong, reputedly the “City of Life”, is one of the most sophisticated cosmopolites in the world, where fine dining, exclusive shopping and dazzling festivals complimented by a sunning array of landscapes would be discovered. No matter what your need and preference is, Hong Kong has something for you!

From the year 1942 to 1997, Hong Kong became the colony of the British Empire after the First Opium War from 1839 to 1842. While in the year of 1997, China resumed sovereignty of Hong Kong and the Special Administrative Region of China was established in Hong Kong. Under the principle of “one country, two systems”, Hong Kong has a different political system from mainland China, which keeps its original political, social and economic systems unchanged. Now, Hong Hong has become a leading international financial center in the world, where western culture and eastern culture are well-merged. Hong Kong is blessed with numerous attractions, ranging from the mesmerizing Victoria Peak, enchanting Lantau Island, to luring Repulse Bay and fantastic Disneyland. It appeals numerous travel-addicts to pay a visit with its expansive skyline and deep natural harbor. Join us and let’s discover its beauty together!

Hong Kong travel guide offers the most essential information for Hong Kong travel, such as Hong Kong attractions, Hong Kong food, Hong Kong shopping, Hong Kong tours and the like. Hong Kong travel page offers a panoramic view of Hong Kong travel. Browse for details about these essential Hong Kong travel information.

Things To Do

Hong Kong is a metropolitan city and it has much to offer for visitors. Along your Hong Kong travel, the following tops things to do in Hong Kong are highly recommended. These suggested things to do in Hong Kong would be a great guide along your Hong Kong travel.

Appreciate the nightscape of Hong Kong in Victoria Peak

Just stand on the Victoria Peak and have a bird’s eye view of the breathtaking scenery on the both banks for Victoria Harbor to experience the vibrancy of this metropolitan city.

Location: On the western half of Hong Kong Island How to get to: Take the metro accessible to Hong Kong Station and get off at Exit D, then walk to the Central Bus Station at the Central Exchange Square and take the bus No. 15 to get there. It costs 35 minutes.

Ride the Ding-Ding tram

There are many forms of public transport in Hong Kong, while the tram is the only one that old-school feel is remained. Just pay HK$2 coins and start your tram trip. You could start at the nostalgic West Central via Central, Causeway Bay, Happy Valley Racecourse and Pacific Palace. Just discover the transform of this metropolis by Ding Ding tram. This would be one of the fun things to do in Hong Kong travel.

Take the Star Ferry to visit the Victoria Harbor

Visiting the Victoria Harbor by star ferry is the most favorable way for travelers. The star ferry is launched at 10 minutes interval. As the ferry paddles, you could immerse yourself to the enthralling scenery of Victoria Harbor under the stroke of breeze, which would be a great feast to your eyes.

Shop at Central

Central is the hub of lofting skyscrapers, large department stores, fashion boutiques, convenient transportation, famous banks and catering places. It is the center of Hong Kong, the Asia’s World City. No matter what you want to experience in Hong Kong, Central has something to offer.

Taste the Hong Kong style milk tea

Hong Kong-style milk tea is a beverage originated in Hong Kong. The main ingredient in the milk tea is black tea, evaporated milk or condensed milk. Tasting a cup of milk tea has become a part of Hong Kong people’s life in Hong Kong tea culture. Hong Kong people prefer to drink tea in teahouse, where Hong Kong cuisine and western cuisine are also provided.

Try dim sum

As is known, the Dim Sum in Hong Kong is the best in the world, so you could never miss trying it along your Hong Kong travel. Dim sum shops are ubiquitous in Hong Kong, while the ones prepared in the Hong Kong City Hall are served on carts, the most the traditional way to serve dim sum. These fluffy buns with glutinous rice would be a great feast to your taste-buds.

Stroll around the Temple Street Night Fair

Temple Street is the most famous open air market in Hong Kong, which is far more a shopping place rather than a place to recall childhood, from the swaying pale yellow bulb, carefully-rubbed imitation watches, ancient-costume dressed future-tellers, to diverse cheap goods and ranges of stalls. Many Hong Kong films once took the ancient Temple Street as the background.

Shop at the Stanley

Stanley is home to diversified daily essentials, from shoes, clothes, antiques to electronics. After shopping, visitors could dine on the waterfront to appreciate the charming seascape while enjoying the palatable food. Swimming beside the beach are also highly recommended.

Best Time to Visit

Considering the Hong Kong climate and weather, the best time to visit Hong Kong is in winter, from October to March of the next year. Hong Kong climate belongs to subtropical climate and its weather is influenced by seasonal wind easily. The average temperature of Hong Kong is relatively higher and it could reach to 22.8℃. Hong Kong climate in a year is just like this, cool in autumn, warm in winter, hot in summer and humid in spring.

Hong Kong Autumn-The Best Season for Walking

In autumn, from late September to early December, the climate of Hong Kong is quite favorable and the average temperature of Hong Kong during this period is around 23℃, making itself the best season for walking around. In autumn, people usually wear shirt, sweater and coat strolling around the boundless Victoria Harbor leisurely. In autumn, hiking around the Lamma Island to bath in the cozy breeze would be an unforgettable experience along your Hong Kong travel. To travel Hong Kong in autumn, Lamma Island, Avenue of Stars and Cheung Chau Island are highly suggested.

Hong Kong Winter-Season of Crazy Discount

In winter, from middle December to February, the climate of Hong Kong is a bit cold and dry, and the average temperature of Hong Kong is around 17℃, so prepare the light sweater if you are planning to travel Hong Kong during this period. In winter, the crazy discount period comes, which makes Hong Kong live up to its fame “the paradise for shopping”, and that is the reason why so many shopping-lovers travel Hong Kong in winter. To travel Hong Kong in winter, Tsim Sha Tsui , Mong Kok , Central Exchange Square and Causeway Bay are highly recommended.

Hong Kong Summer-Hot Season Accompanied with Spree

In summer, from later May to middle September, the weather of Hong Kong is hot and humid and the highest temperature could ascend to 38℃. Sometimes, thunderstorm and pouring rain occur. When traveling Hong Kong during this period, bring the T-shirt, cotton dress, sun-proofs, light coat and umbrella etc.. Shopping in Hong Kong in summer could be another thing that lures many shopping-lovers because crazy discount would be offered during this period. To travel Hong Kong in summer, a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland and Hong Kong Hong Kong Ocean Park should never be missed.

Hong Kong Attractions

Just minutes from the city, Hong Kong’s scenic islands, rolling hills, and tranquil seascapes offer the perfect escape from the urban center. Take a ferry to beautiful Lamma Island; discover volcanic formations at Hong Kong National Ceopark; or hike the famed “Dragon’s Back” or the challenging MacLehose Trail. Hong Kong Attraction page offers the most popular Hong Kong tourist attractions for a perfect Hong Kong travel, such as Victoria Harbor, Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong Hong Kong Ocean Park, Stanley, Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland, Aberdeen etc.. Click for details for the Hong Kong sightseeing below.

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Hong Kong Culture

Hong Kong is a metropolitan city, but it also boasts profound tea culture. Tea is just a part of Hong Kong people’s daily life and no day is pleasant enough without tea. Hong Kong maybe the most prevalent area brimming with profound tea culture after the large tea-producing area in China like Zhejiang, Fujian, Hunan, Hubei, Yunnan, Sichuan etc.. Hong Kong people have no preference on tea types, and most tea could meet their taste-bud, from Chinese tea, Indian tea to Sri Lanka tea. Hong Kong people prefer to taste tea in tea house and afternoon tea has become a must-have for the daily life of most Hong Kong people. Just squeeze some time and invite some friends to drink tea together, immersing themselves into the tranquil and pleasant atmosphere heartily.

Culture

Hong Kong Culture – Tea

Hong Kong is a metropolitan city, but it also boasts profound tea culture. Tea is just a part of Hong Kong people’s daily life and no day is pleasant enough without tea. Hong Kong maybe the most prevalent area brimming with profound tea culture after the large tea-producing area in China like Zhejiang, Fujian, Hunan, Hubei, Yunnan, Sichuan etc.. Hong Kong people have no preference on tea types, and most tea could meet their taste-bud, from Chinese tea, Indian tea to Sri Lanka tea. Hong Kong people prefer to taste tea in tea house and afternoon tea has become a must-have for the daily life of most Hong Kong people. Just squeeze some time and invite some friends to drink tea together, immersing themselves into the tranquil and pleasant atmosphere heartily.

Hong Kong Culture – Food

Hong Kong is the place where eastern food culture and western food culture are converged, creating the Chinese-western dinning habit of Hong Kong and earning Hong Kong the fame of “Culinary Paradise”. Since Hong Kong is also the places where people from other countries gathered, restaurant of Japanese, Koran, Taiwan, Thailand, Indian style are ubiquitous in Hong Kong, which has undoubtedly enriched the Hong Kong food culture greatly. As a saying goes, savory food all over the world could be enjoyed in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Culture – Animation

Apart from Japan, Hong Kong is one of the few places in Asia that boasts its own animation tradition. The history of Hong Kong animation could be traced back to 1960 and it enjoys a history of more than 40 years. Hong Kong has contributed greatly to the animation industry of the world with its representative works like A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation and DragonBlade. Hong Kong animation is different from that of Japan, which is characterized by its distinctive drawing style, twisting plot and wide range of subjects, which is quite popular among the readers.

Cantonese Opera Culture

Hong Kong is the place where ancient culture and modern culture meet. It not only has pop music but time-honored opera. In Hong Kong, the most commonly performed opera is the Cantonese opera, a branch of glorious Chinese opera, which was listed into Human Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2009. Cantonese opera is prevalent in Chu Chiang Delta area of Guangdong province. Like other local operas of China, Cantonese opera perfectly blends life and art of Hong Kong together, brimming with profound local flavor.

Hong Kong Culture – Cinema

Cinema industry of Hong Kong is one of the most successful cinema-producing base in the world, which is particularly true during the second half of the 20th century. In Hong Kong’s cinema industry, many world-known martial artists and stars arise, such as Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, who have contributed greatly to cinema industry of Hong Kong with their great works like New Fist of Fury, Legend of Kung Fu. Many famous film stars like Chow Yun-fat and John Wood have transitioned over to Hollywood. Hong Kong cinema has received international recognition for directors such as Wong Kar-wai and the like.

Hong Kong Food

Home to more than 40 restaurants that have earned at least one coveted Michelin star, Hong Kong is Asia’s culinary capital. You will find 11,000-plus restaurants gere, serving everything from local comfort food like congee, noodles, dim sum, and rice to international specialties like Thai, Vietnamese, Italian and Greek. Keep an eye out for local siu mei shops for a chance to try char siu, authentically prepared, barbecue pork sweetened with honey. Hong Kong Food page offers the must-eat Hong Kong cuisine, Hong Kong dish as well as the local famous Hong Kong restaurants. Click for details for the Hong Kong food recommended.

Food

Home to more than 40 restaurants that have earned at least one coveted Michelin star, Hong Kong is Asia’s culinary capital. You will find 11,000-plus restaurants gere, serving everything from local comfort food like congee, noodles, dim sum, and rice to international specialties like Thai, Vietnamese, Italian and Greek. Keep an eye out for local siu mei shops for a chance to try char siu, authentically prepared, barbecue pork sweetened with honey. Hong Kong Food page offers the must-eat Hong Kong cuisine, Hong Kong dish as well as the local famous Hong Kong restaurants. Click for details for the Hong Kong food recommended.

What to Eat in Hong Kong

Roasted Goose

Roasted goose is a traditional dish of Cantonese cuisine, which is made by roasted geese with seasoning cook at high temperature. Cut the roasted goose into small pieces and keep the skin, meat, and bones connected, which would be apart in mouth easily. The roasted goose is featured with crisp skin, tender meat and savory bones, which taste more delicious if served with cranberry sauce. The cost of one roasted goose is above 400yuan.

Where to eat Roasted Goose

Yuji Hotel: 9, Shenkang Road, New Territories, Hong Kong Chen Ji Roasted Goose: 63, Shenjing Village, New Territories, Hong Kong Yong Ji Roasted Goose: 32-40, Wellington Street, Central Area, Hong Kong

Dim Sum

Hong Kong Dim Sum is undoubtedly the best in the world, which is another must-eat along your Hong Kong travel. It is delicately shaped, bite-sized with light seasonings stuffed, which is very luring.. The fillings of Dim Sum in Hong Kong vary from meat, seafish, to vegetables. I am sure the fluffy buns with glutinous rice would be a great taste to your tastebuds.

Pineapple Bread

Pineapple Bread, originally called Russian bread, is a kind of common sweat bread originated in Hong Kong. There is neither stuffing nor pineapple in the pineapple bread. After baked for some time, the bread turns pineapple yellow, hence the name. The bread is baked with sugar, egg, flour and lard. To enjoy the most appetizing flavor of the bread, eating when it is hot is highly recommended.

Hong Kong Style Milk Tea

Milk tea is one of the most popular snacks of Hong Kong by the locals and no Hong Kong travel is perfect if missed tasting the Hong Kong style milk tea. Hong Kong style milk tea is strong in tea flavor but a bit bitter in taste, which is particularly mellow and fragrant. When drinking the Hong Kong style milk tea, you will feel bitter first, then sweet and fragrant finally. The producing process of Hong Kong style milk tea is much complicated than that in mainland China, which ensures the strong ascent of tea leaves in the milk tea. Although milk tea is so luring, drinking 3-4 cups a week is enough.

Where to eat Hong Kong style milk tea

Lanfang Garden: 2, Jiezhi Street, Central, Hong Kong Deru Tea Restaurant: 17-18, Francis Yard Street, Wan Chai Area, Hong Kong Bingji Tea Restaurant: Anzhebi Street, Da Keng

Rickshaw Noodles

Rickshaw Noodle is the most authentic noodle in Hong Kong and is particularly popular among the locals. For the ingredients to prepare in the noodle, guest could choose them as they like, such as hogskin, fish balls, sirloin, carrots and the like. The taste of the noodle is also at your disposal and could add the sirloin sauce, satay sauce and curry sauce according their taste-bud preference. Now, rickshaw noodle restaurants are ubiquitous on the streets of Hong Kong. The price for the rickshaw noodle just varies from the ingredient chosen.

Where to eat Rickshaw Noodles

Best Porridge Noodle and Tea Restaurant

Location: 154, Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong Rongji Noodle Restaurant
Location: 43, Jardine’s Bazaar, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Liangliang Rickshaw Noodle
Location: 14, Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Where to Eat in Hong Kong

Places to Eat Sea Food in Hong Kong

For visiting Hong Kong, visitors should never miss tasting the delicious sea food of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, there are four dining area for sea food, Sai Kung, Carp Gate, Lamma Island and Cheung Chau.

Sai Kung

How to get to: Get out of the Hong Kong metro network at Rainbow Station at exit C2, then take the shuttle bus 1A to get to.

Carp Gate

How to get to: Get out of the Hong Kong metro network at Yau Tong Station at exit A2, then take the shuttle bus No24 and get off at the ferry wharf at Sam Kah Village. Then follow the road signs to walk about 15 minutes to get to.

Lamma Island

How to get to: Get out of the Hong Kong metro network at Yau Tong Station at exit A2, then take the shuttle bus No24 and get off at the ferry wharf at Sam Kah Village. Then follow the road signs to walk about 15 minutes to get to.

Cheung Chau

How to get to: Take a ferry at No.5 Wharf at the Central, and it costs about 30-55 minutes to get to. The price varies from the ferry-type.

Places to Drink Tea in Hong Kong

For Chinese tea

Where to go: The Museum of Tea Ware at Hong Kong Park

For British Style Afternoon Tea

Where to go: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Peninsula Hotels and the restaurants at The Repulse Bay Tower

For Hong Kong Style Tea

Where to go: Tea restaurants are ubiquitous in Hong Kong

Causeway Bay Food Street

Feature: Open air dining area to serve cuisines all over the world.
How to get to: Get out of the Hong Kong metro network at Causeway Bay Station at exit E, then turn left and walk along the Great George Street, and turn left and walk along Paterson Street, then walk across the Kingston Street to get to.

Lan Kwai Fong Area

Feature: recreational area converging catering and singing.
How to get to: Get out of the Hong Kong metro network at Central Station at exit D2, and then walk along the D’Aguilar Street to get to.

South of Hollywood Road Food Street

Feature: offering the cuisine of France , Nepal , Italy , Mexico and India and so on
How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro and get out at Central Station at Exit D2, then walk along the Queen’s Road Central towards Central, then take the escalator to Stauton Street and Shelley Street and Elgin Street.

Hillwood Road Dinning Street

Feature: Chinese cuisine, European cuisine and Asia cuisine are all available
How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro network and get off at Jordan Station, turn left and then take a 3-minute-walk onNathan Road, then turn left to enter Hillwood Road

Stanley

Feature: exotic flavor restaurants, bars and out-door tea shops are available
How to get to: From the Central Exchange Square: take the bus No. 6, 6A, 6X, 260 and 66 From the Cyberport: Take the bus No.73 From the Sai Wan Ho Station: Take the bus No.14 From Tsim Sha Tsui: Take the bus No.973 or take the metro to :Admiralty Station and transfer the bus No. 629 From Tang Lung Street at Causeway Bay: Take the bus No. 16M and 40 to get to

Discovery Bay D Deck

Feature: The largest sea-facing out-door dining district in Hong Kong and 20 theme restaurants of different countries are all available
How to get to: Take a ferry at No.3 Whalf of Central and it takes about 25 minutes to get to

Ashley Road

Feature: Chinese cuisine, Asia cuisine, European cuisine are all availanle
How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro network and get out at Tsim Sha Tsui Station at Exit C1, then take a 3-minute walk on Beijing Road and then turn right to enter Ashley Road

Hong Kong Shopping

Hong Kong’s shopping scene is world-renowned. For something extra special, take advantage of the city’s expert tailors-considered among the world’s fastest and finest-and have a suit, shirt, or dress custom made, just for you. The best place to find quality tailors is in Tsim Sha Tsui on Kowloon, and in Central and Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong shopping page offers the must-buy items along Hong Kong travel as well local famous Hong Kong shopping places. The Hong Kong shopping information would be a great help along your Hong Kong travel.

Shopping

Hong Kong’s shopping scene is world-renowned. For something extra special, take advantage of the city’s expert tailors-considered among the world’s fastest and finest-and have a suit, shirt, or dress custom made, just for you. The best place to find quality tailors is in Tsim Sha Tsui on Kowloon, and in Central and Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong shopping page offers the must-buy items along Hong Kong travel as well local famous Hong Kong shopping places. The Hong Kong shopping information would be a great help along your Hong Kong travel.

What to Buy in Hong Kong

International brand clothes and handbags

Besides local brands of Hong Kong, nearly all the international brands of clothes, decorations, shoes and handbags are all available. The products here are diversified in variety but the price is much lower than that in other countries. Tailor-making clothes are quite popular among Hong Kong people, which is particularly true with Chinese clothes. The tailor-maker in Hong Kong are sophisticated in skills and neat in stitching. They could customize western-style clothes, shirt, dress and evening dress for customers.

Where to buy international brand clothes: Tsim Sha Tsui Harbor City, DFS Shop, Central Prince’s Building, The Landmark, Pacific Place, Causeway Bay etc

Where to tailor-make clothes: Bowring Street

Jewels

Hong Kong is the fourth largest producing place in the world, which is also one of the best producing and designing centers of golden and emerald Jewelries. The diamond and golden jewelries in Hong Kong are novel in design, exquisite in workmanship and reasonable in price. In the hot shopping area of Hong Kong like Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok, the jewel shops are ubiquitous. Shops for such popular brands like Chow Sang Sang, ChowTaiFook, LUKFOOK and Tse Sui Luen are all easily available in Hong Kong

Watch

In Hong Kong, the diverse varieties of watch would make you dazzled. No matter it is fashionable watch with novel design or valuable Swiss watch, free duty policy could be enjoyed. In Hong Kong, the local-famous watch shops like Oriental Watch shop, Time Watch Shop, Kowloon Watch Shop, Emperor Watch Shop are highly suggested, which are available in Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui and Central. On Nathan Road and Hennessy Road, there are still some famous watch shops available.

Top Quality Cosmetics

Cosmetics in Hong Kong are duty free, making these products more competitive in price, so every year many beauty-lovers flock to Hong Kong to buy packs of cosmetics. In Hong Kong, the world-class cosmetics brand like Chanel, Estee Lauder, CD and Lancome are mostly gathered in the Faces in Tsim Sha Tsui Shipping Center and Sogo Dept Store in Causeway Bay Area. Besides these places, the high-quality cosmetics are also available in Cosmetics Super Markets and pharmacies, where discount is usually offered.

Where to buy: Lockhart Road at Causeway Bay, Kai Chiu Road, Granville Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Harbour City and Sai Yeung Choi South Street. These places are all accessible by metro network of Hong Kong

Hong Kong Style Pastry

There are many mouth-watering traditional Chinese pastries and festival pastries in Hong Kong, from wedding cake, moon cake, sweetheart cake, to plain Key cookies, omelet, almond cake and the like. No matter what your taste-bud preference is, Hong Kong pastry has one for you. Where to eat: Chain stores of Hong Kong Style Pastry are easily available in Mong Kok , Tsim Sha Tsui , Wan Chai , Causeway Bay and other large department stores.

Electronics

The electronic of Hong Kong are second to none in Asia considering its diverse variety and complete models. Electronic store are ubiquitous in Hong Kong, and different types of electronics are all available from latest large ones to ordinary home-applied ones. Most newly-designed appliance would be first available in Hong Kong, and some products begin to offer discount in Hong Kong even they are unavailable in other countries.

Where to buy: Sai Yeung Choi South Street, Xianda Plaza on Argyle Street in Mong Kok

Where to Buy in Hong Kong

When shopping in Hong Kong, the following ten places should not be missed.

Mong Kok-Shopping District with budget goods Location: in the middle part of Kowloon Peninsula, Yau Tsim Mong District, Hong Kong Feature: Women Street, cheap diversified goods, interesting bargain What to buy: women clothes, cosmetics, shoes and other women products How to get to: Metro, train, minibus, bus are all accessible to Mong Kok

Tsim Sha Tsui-Surprise never stops Location: just a part of Yau Tsim Mong District, south part of Kowloon Peninsula Feature: discounting place for world-class brands like Esprit and Levis, Harbor City, ubiquitous department stores What to buy: diversified high quality products

Wonderful Worlds of Whampoa-hosting Catering and shopping together Location: 23-37, Dasha East Road, Whampoa District, Hong Kong Feature: diverse goods, Whampoa Gourmet, other local famous restaurants nearby What to buy: various daily essentials

Causeway Bay-representative shopping center of Hong Kong Location: in the east of Wan Chai and west of North Point Feature: hosting ubiquitous luxury plazas like SOGO, Seibu, Mitsukoshi and Sincere, Times Square What to buy: Whatever you want to buy, Causeway Bay has something for you

Sha Tin District-Unparalleled large plaza Location: North of Kowloon downtown and south of Tai Po Feature: the unbeatably large New World Plaza What to buy: Whatever daily essentials

Victoria Peak-appreciate the nightscape of Hong Kong while shopping Location: On the western half of Hong Kong Island Feature: Far from the madding crowd to experience shopping in the commanding position while appreciating the nightscape of Hong Kong What to buy: Daily essentials How to get to: Take the metro accessible to Hong Kong stop and get off at Exit D, then walk to the Central Bus Station at the Central Exchange Square and take the bus No. 15 to get there. It costs 35 minutes. Or take the metro accessible to Hong Kong stop and get off at Exit F, then take the bus No. 1 to get there. It costs 25 minutes.

Sham Shui Po District-wholesale paradise Location: Northwest of Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong Feature: Wholesale clothing headquarters offering fashionable but cheap clothes What to buy: women fashionable clothes

Tai Yuen Street, Wan Chai-the paradise of toys Location: between the Johnston Road and Queen’s East Street Feature: Ubiquitous toy shops flanked on both sides of street, where out-of-print ones, collection ones, latest models could easily be found, cheap price, bargain interest What to buy: diversified toys

Stanley Market-Market nestled along seaside Location: In south of Hong Kong Island, east of Repulse Bay and west of Shek O peninsula Feature: open air market offering diverse goods, just like the flea market in Europe and America What to buy: clothes, shoes, Chinese handicrafts, silk products, antique etc.. Open Time: 10:30-18:30 How to get to: From the Central Exchange Square: take the bus No. 6, 6A, 6X, 260 and 66 From the Cyberport: Take the bus No.73 From the Sai Wan Ho Station: Take the bus No.14 From Tsim Sha Tsui: Take the bus No.973 or take the metro to :Admiralty From Tang Lung Street at Causeway Bay: Take the bus No. 16M and 40 to get to

Temple Street Night Fair Location: Yau Ma Tei, Yau Tsim Mong District, Kowloon, Hong Kong Feature: the great place to picking up cheap goods, local snack stalls, professional chess player, amateur singers, experience the nightlife of the locals How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro network and get off at Jordan Station at Exit A, turn right and walk along the Jordan Street to pass three street corners Open Time: 16:00-24:00

Women Street-Tung Choi Street Location: Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong Feature: Diverse goods at reasonable price What to buy:women clothes, men clothes, children clothes, toys Open Time: 12:00-23:30 How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro network and get off at Mong Kok Station at Exit E2

Zhai dian fang Street Location: Zhai dian fang Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Feature: open-air market offering good of high quality but with low price What to buy:Cheap clothes, daily essentials, hair-care goods, handbags, textile, mobile phone accessories, household articles, flowers Open Time: 11:00-21:30 How to get to: Take the Hong Kong metro network and get off at Causeway Bay Station at Exit F

Duty-free SkyMart in Hong Kong Location: 1, Passenger Building, Hong Kong International Airport Feature: Duty-free diverse goods, delicious foods of countries What to buy:world-class daily essentials

Hong Kong Maps