Go on a treasure hunt for the latest in technological gadgets. Enter the
world of haute couture and fashion yourself with the latest trends and styles.
Discover wonderful surprises in the modern shopping malls of Hong Kong.
Venture out to the open-air markets that are in-between the skyscrapers for
unusual trinkets and souvenirs. There is nothing you can't find here, because
this city lives to shop.
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Shop to Your Heart's Content
Enjoy unparalleled service and shop with the reassurance that can
only be provided by Hong Kong's Quality Tourism Services (QTS)
Scheme. This scheme certifies shops and restaurants that pass a
stringent assessment, ensuring they provide genuine products and
the highest level of service. And the prices here will astonish even
the most seasoned shopper; Hong Kong is one of the few places
in the world where there is no sales tax or import duty (except on
tobacco, liquor and oil products). Add to this a huge range of quality
goods on offer and you have very happy shoppers.
Nestled on the
hillside above the
district you'll find
home to shops
antiques and curios
that sell antiques
from the finest
Chinese artefacts and
furniture to curious
little bits of bric-abrac.
The craftsmanship of Hong Kong's tailors
is second to none. They create form-fitting
masterpieces in a short amount of time.
They carry the finest fabric and can make
almost anything you can think of : shirts,
suits, skirts: traditional Chinese cheongsams,
evening gowns, even handbags and shoes.
Many of the world's celebrities come here
to enhance their wardrobes.
Shopper of the Group
Who would've thought that you could
make shopping an even more enjoyable
activity. Here's a game that will test your
incentive winners' wits and bartering skills.
Give the participants a set sum of money
and a list of must-buy items. Then see
which group can get the most items for
the least money. The winners get awarded
the 'Shopper of the Group' award.
Hong Kong's street markets are always full
of excitement and colour. The market stalls
are where Hong Kong's dedicated shoppers
hone their bargaining skills. Pick up a bargain
or just wander among the fascinating range
of wares. There are many famous markets
in Hong Kong. You can shop around in the
flower market, ladies' market and goldfish
market in Mong Kok, or the Jade Market
and Temple Street Night Market in Yau
Ma Tei, or walk through the historic fishing
lanes with vendors selling Chinese artwork,
silk collectibles and curios in Stanley.
There Is No Escaping
Visitors can find a huge selection of shops
throughout Hong Kong, including at least
one must-visit mega mall in all the popular
districts. These gleaming state-of-theart
emporiums are all within easy reach in
Central, Admiralty, Causeway Bay, Tai Koo,
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Bay and Kowloon
Tong. For last-minute shopping, malls can
be found at Tsing Yi, last stop on the Airport
Express Line before the airport, the Terminal
Two SkyPlaza and Terminal One SkyMart.
The compact nature of Hong Kong allows
shoppers the convenience of being able to
hop from one shopping mall to the next in
no time at all.
Skyplaza at Terminal 2, Hong Kong International Airport 23