There are many places to go shopping in Hong Kong.

You can visit the many department stores, such as, Sogo and Wing On.

You can also visit the street markets, such as, the Ladies Market, Temple Street Night Market and Bird Market.

Hong Kong also has many shopping malls, such as, Time Square, City Plaza and Festival Walk.

Ladies Market

The Ladies Market is the place to buy bags, clothing, toys and souvenirs.

The market is open from 12 noon till 11.30 pm everyday.

It is in Mong Kong, Kowloon. You can get there by MTR.

T-shirts for sale at the Ladies Market

Stanley Market

Stanley Market

Stanley Market is a great place to buy souvenirs, such as, paintings and Chinese clothes.

The Market is open from 10.30am - 6.30 pm everyday.

Stanley Market is in Stanley in South Hong Kong Island near Stanley Main Beach. You can get there by bus number 6, 6A, 6X, 66 from Central.

Temple Street Night Market

Temple Street Night Market is a great place to buy cheap clothes, bags, electronic goods and CDs. You can also visit a fortune-teller and get your fortune told.

There is also a large choice of food stalls where you can eat a large choice of seafood and hot pot dishes.

The Night Market is open from 4pm till midnight. It is in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. You can get there by MTR.

Birds eye view of Temple Street

Bird Market

Fish for sale at the Goldfish Market

 

 

Other markets

There are a number of other markets in Hong Kong.

  • Bird Market - Where you can see and buy many different kinds of birds.
  • Goldfish Market - Where you can buy many kinds of fish.
  • Flower Market - Where you can buy many different kinds of flowers.

The markets are open from 7am till 7pm daily.

All these markets are located within walking distance from each other in Prince Edward. You can get there by MTR.

Shopping Malls

Hong Kong has a large number of shopping malls where you can buy anything.

Shopping malls have many different kinds of shops, such as, clothing shops, electrical shops, book shops, toy shops, jewellery shops, stationary shops and banks.

Shopping malls also have a large range of food, including food courts, fast food restaurants, international restaurants and Chinese restaurants.

The biggest shopping shopping malls in Hong Kong are Time Square, City Plaza and Festival Walk.

Time Square is in Causeway Bay, City Plaza is in Tai Koo and Festival Walk is in Kowloon Tong. You can get to all these shopping malls by MTR.

Sogo, Causeway Bay

Department Stores

Department stores are a place where you can buy many different kinds of things in one shop.

The biggest department stores are Sogo and Wing On.

  • Sogo is a Japanese department store selling many interesting things.
  • Wing On is a local department store selling many Chinese specialties.

Sogo is open from 10am till 10pm everyday. They have two stores in Hong Kong, one is in Causeway Bay and the other is in Tsim Sha Tsui. You can get there by MTR.

The biggest Wing On is in Sheung Wan. It is open from 10 am till 8 pm everyday. You can get there by MTR.

 

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