FROM OUR PARTNERS AT WEGO.SG--HONG KONG TOURISM BOARD: A Handy Hong Kong Summer Shopping Guide to Shop Like a Local

We can all agree that HK is a shopper's haven.

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From the newest sneakers collection to DIY materials, Hong Kong has virtually everything you need. Follow this handy guide to the largest one-stop shopping city in Asia.

Sneakers

Where:
Sneakers Street (Fa Yuen Street)
Causeway Bay

How to get there:
Sneakers Street (Fa Yuen Street) - Take MTR to Mongkok Station
Causeway Bay - Take MTR to Causeway Bay Station

There’s no Sneaker Street like Fa Yuen Street, the heaven for sneakerheads since the '80s. Word has it that you can score limited edition designs from brands like Converse, Nike, Puma, among others.

In the mood for a more sophisticated ambience? Go to lively Causeway Bay, where the official sneaker stores are located. Even if you’re not shopping, Causeway Bay is still worth a visit to experience Hong Kong’s metropolitan side.

DIY Materials & Vintage Shops 

Where: 
Sham Shui Po

How to get there:
Take MTR to Sham Shui Po Station 

DIY lovers has to make a stop in Ki Lung Street and Yu Chau Street, where the alleyways scream in colors of fabrics, buttons, ribbons, beads, and other vintage items. Looking for retail for a customized dress or wholesale for your business? Sham Shui Po has stores for all.

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Antiques and Handicrafts 

Where:
Hollywood Road
Upper Lascar Row

How to get there:
Take MTR to Sheung Wan Station or Central Station.

On both sides of Hollywood Road, there are antique shops selling Ming vases, jades, porcelain, paintings, and posters. If you're looking for silk products, embroideries, or wooden handicrafts, Cat Street and Upper Lascar Row are the best places to visit.

Luxury Shopping

Where:
Harbour City
K11

How to get here:
Take MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui Station (Harbour City and K11)

If splurging is part of your Hong Kong itinerary, we recommend going to Harbour City, where the largest Louis Vuitton store in Asia is located. Another alternative for luxury shopping in Hong Kong is K11, the first museum-retail complex in the world. Aside from high-end designer stores and top-notch restaurants, you will find art exhibitions and events that run through the whole year.

Indie Designer Stuff

Where:
PMQ
Pop-up Stores in K11

How to get here:
PMQ - Take MTR to Sheung Wan Station or Central Station
K11 - Take MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui Station

The former Hong Kong Police facility is now everyone's go-to place for indie designer stuff. The residential chambers have become design studios, shops, and offices for creative enterprises and residency rooms for guest designers. The luxurious K11 also has spots for designer gear.

Bargain Clothing, Accessories and Lifestyle Goods

Where: 
Jardine’s Crescent

How to get there:
Take MTR to Causeway Bay Station

Some people say Jardine’s Crescent in Causeway Bay is the Hong Kong Island version of Ladies Market. Jardine’s Crescent offers great bargains on fashion, accessories, gadgets, and household items.

Ready to shop and splurge in Hong Kong like a local? Visit Discover Hong Kong website for more shopping insights!

This article is sponsored by Wego.sg--Hong Kong Tourism Board.
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