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Shopping in Hong Kong

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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China1,58,682 contributions
    For those looking to do a bit of hiking around Stanley there are a couple of trails nearby including a short route up to see the weathered land formations known locally as Rhino Rock on the Stanley Peninsula south of the village as well as Devil's Paw and the Snoopy Rock in the area known as Chung Hom Kok just to the west of Stanley.

    We recently hiked up to see Devil's Paw and Snoopy Rock combined with brief visits to the old battery and public park at the southern tip of Chung Hom Kok along with the local beach just to the north. To reach these two land formations from Stanley, one only needs to walk the trail through Ma Hang Park starting behind the Murray House. Make your way west to the end of the park. You will find yourself at a roadside roundabout. From here, follow Chung Hom Kok Road west to Cheshire House. Walk until you start to see the large boulders on the left (south) side of the road.

    You will notice a dirt trailhead through rather dense forest. There are red ribbons tied to branches to help you stay on course, which is actually a bit challenging. You'll need to scale and scramble a bit and duck under some lower branches for a short 3-4 minute hike where you reach an opening. From here you can see the Devil's Paw for the first time. From here, you can wind your way along the trail until you find yourself just in front of very interesting and large rock formation. From up close the weather erosion patterns are quite neat to see. Views from here of the coastline and sea are pretty good while sky conditions are favourable.

    From Devil's Paw you can continue to ascend trails further south for another 8-10 minutes until you will reach an exposed outcrop of boulders. This is where you find the Snoopy Rock. It is not clear and obvious but from certain angles, one of the boulders sort of looks like Snoopy. The massive and interesting boulders are really nice and panoramic views here are really nice as well.

    The trail continues further south for a while past a couple more boulder batches before descending downward to Chung Hom Kok Road. From here, if you still have time and energy, you continue south along the main road to see the old coastal defence battery at the southern tip of the peninsula. Or you can begin to make your way back towards Stanley Village. Note, there is a pretty good public beach at Chung Hom Kok that you can make way to as well if you fancy a swim in the sea after your hike as well.
    Written 14 September 2022
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  • Odysseus
    New York City, NY85 contributions
    Being here made me sad as there were no tourists and it was very quiet. Things were cheap and plentiful but there was no one buying anything. I did get some cute knick knacks to bring home (a mahjong Rubik's cube was one of them). The beachside cafes were pulling people to go in as you walked by. It was hot, so I did go to the gelato/ice cream shop by the Murray House. A little over priced so understandably they had no business ($70 for one scoop).

    Transportation here was easy - many buses or minibuses
    Written 7 May 2023
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  • Christy
    London, UK275 contributions
    Had to pay a visit here during my recent trip to Hong Kong, of course. We didn't attend until later on in the evening, when the vendors were starting to pack things away unfortunately, so make sure to arrive well before 21:00 if possible. There was still plenty of market stall open & selling a variety of "knock-off" designer labels, as well as knick-knacks, souvenirs, etc, so plenty of choice! Be prepared to do some serious haggling though and even walk away from a sale if unreasonable. Would recommend to go to soak up the atmosphere and if you're looking for some cheap gifts.
    Written 9 July 2023
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China1,58,682 contributions
    Sbakery by Mama Soo is a local bakery that has a pop up near the L3 southern entrance to the Ocean Terminal section of the Harbour City Shopping Mall. They are open from 1.30pm to 8.30pm daily or until they sell out of their thick, creamy and delicious NYC style cheesecake slices. We have tried their slices from this pop-up as well as the new flagship shop recently opened in Tai Ping Shan in Sheung Wan recently. They have been just great on both occasions.

    The slices are a bit pricey (HK$88) each but they are huge portions, thick and heavy, think Junior's in NYC when it comes to volume and texture with beautifully thick and sweet graham cracker crust. The original cheesecake is a nice balance of sweetness and sour. Even better in my opinion is the Banoffee Slice, which is a layered cheesecake with bananas. Oh my, this is good but do be ready to share as the slices are too large for one person to finish in a single sitting.

    Note: This pop up at Harbour City is right at the entrance/exit above the escalators. Look for the Dan Ryan restaurant if helpful. It is across the foyer next to exiting doors. Otherwise see pictures submitted to assist in finding the Sbakery pop up.
    Written 11 July 2022
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  • fire-tower
    1,788 contributions
    This is quite a nice mall with office block and is connected to the MTR. The usual brands can be found here and there are many eateries and cafes. Good place to hang around for a couple of hours, especially if you are working nearby.
    Written 17 November 2022
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,965 contributions
    Times Square is a huge shopping mall on 16 floors, with shopping, restaurants and MTR subway access. Located in busy Causeway Bay area, it is very popular and especially busy most of the day not to mention lunchtime. It is a popular tourist spot also with all the exclusive brand name stores, specialty shops, a plethora of restaurants, Chinese, Asian and Western, bakeries,, cafés, chocolate shops and gift stores. Worth a walk thru even if you have nothing to buy.
    Written 3 May 2023
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  • Shadowfaxlancashire
    Bacup, UK686 contributions
    It’s still worth a visit but covid has taken its toll. I am sure it will recover slowly as visitors return. It is a great place to absorb the night vibe in safety. I travelled solo this time and didn’t hesitate to come here at night and enjoyed eating and wandering.
    Written 6 May 2023
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  • Don
    Jakarta, Indonesia273 contributions
    Unfortunately when we visited it was raining, so it wasn't optimal.

    The toilet on the basement floor is extraordinarily luxurious, clean, and modern, our guide informed us that a luxury toilet is located on the ground that can be reached by elevator.
    Written 24 May 2023
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  • olivia matsuda
    Singapore, Singapore160 contributions
    Super huge shopping mall. But can get complicated with what you are trying to find. Many restaurants with small shops selling things upstairs.

    Super long escalators which transport u 4 storeys up. Has a MTR downstairs. Connected to Cordis hotel on level 4
    Written 14 August 2023
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  • J&S_Singapore
    Singapore, Singapore4,307 contributions
    Citygate Outlets is one of the main outlet malls in Hong Kong, and a go-to visit for its over 80 international brands. We were here on a Friday noon time, after a short hike of Scenic Hill nearby. Not too pack but the chinning aircon is definitely gratifying to us (been hiking outdoor)
    A 4-storey bldg. and basement the Shops Discounts is anything from 30% onwards off the original price. As with all Outlets setting the offerings are in good quality & authentic but are likely from previous seasons. Some of the many designer boutiques you’ll find includes Calvin Klein, Tommy H, Timberland, Nike, Geox and some mid-tier luxury boutiques. . Products range from clothes, footwear, electronics and accessories, to sports equipment, beauty products and even homeware. In terms of F&B there are also few establishments to go for, we have a chilling time at Pacific Coffee trying their frappe & pastries. At the basement level there is also a TASTY store that is large and some Pharm stores too.
    Generally the prices here are higher compared to OUTLETs in Japan or European Outlet but still consider good than buying back in city (Jordan, TST, Central etc). And a lot of the Higher brands of Chanel, LV. We spent a good 2 hours and I bought from Nautical, N Face, Crocs. Surely a place that we will drop by whenever we are in HK, at least to check out possible bargains!
    Written 31 July 2023
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,965 contributions
    Elements Mall is located in West Kowloon above the Kowloon MTR station. Above and beyond the fact that it is a mall with all the main characters that are visible in all malls, there is a rooftop restaurant complex. It is quite unique in that there are about 10 restaurants organized in a circle with outdoor dining and a large center space, with plenty of area to walk, browse, and peruse the many restaurant menus. The mall itself is new, very clean and organized and enjoyable to walk thru. Notice the Starbucks. It is huge and stretches forever down the walkway. Also, an ice-skating rink.
    Written 4 May 2023
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  • BradJill
    Hong Kong, China1,58,682 contributions
    This is a feature street market in Mongkok located just north of Prince Edward West Road, around a 5 minute walk from both Prince Edward and the Mongkok East MTR Stations. The Mongkok Flower Market has dozens of shops and is worth seeing anytime of of the year. However, it is particularly interesting now during the Chinese New Year season.

    At this time of year, the flower market is thriving with shops and added stalls filled with seasonal flowers, plants and decorations. You'll be able to see daffodils, orchids, chrysanthemums and holiday specials including Narcissus, peonies, kumquat (mandarin orange) plants, bamboo shoots, colourful willow stems and cherry blossom stems amongst others.

    Do expect crowds when you plan to visit the Flower Market but especially during the Chinese New Year - to a point of being uncomfortable in the evenings and weekends. As such, consider midday weekday visits during CNY when things are more manageable and its easier to take pictures.
    Written 26 January 2022
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  • bcheong
    Shanghai, China26,458 contributions
    A mixed mall with both luxury and mass market brands. Also a cineplex and many restaurants and cafes. Just at Admiralty station and flanked by Pacific place office towers and 4 hotels (conrad, jw marriott, shangri la, upper house), this place has foot traffic
    Written 6 June 2023
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  • Su Su
    Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia1 contribution
    After such a long hiatus, I was finally able to go visit Hong Kong and the Yau Matei Jade Market. I was shocked to discover the old site was now a constructions ie. Thankfully, I went a bit further and saw that the jade market was still in operation but in the building with a proper signage over the entrance. I went in and it was full of stalls but so many were wrapped up in tarp as the stall keepers had yet to arrive to start the business day. I had to walk around a few times before finding my regular sellers. Was so glad yo see them but the other stall keepers were very aggressively trying to interest me in their wares. Overall it was a fruitful and enjoyable time spent there.
    Written 22 August 2023
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  • schmidtmg
    Switzerland1,070 contributions
    The access to K11 Musea can be somewhat confusing. There is an access to K11 Mall from Hanoi Road and TST MR station. The access to K11 Musea is from Salisbury Road through the K11 Musea Mall - a new and upmarket mall with many luxury retail outlets. The K11 Musea exhibition hall is on the 7th floor.. the entrance fee must be paid by card, cash isn't accepted. The exhibit I visited was on Street and Pop Art, including in Hong Kong - apparently the first exhibit of its kind in Hong Kong - well done and interesting.
    Written 3 May 2023
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