Tsim Sha Tsui

Best-known for shopping and hotels:

  • The 3 blocks of connected shopping arcades, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City and Ocean Centre, form a labyrinth of 600 shops.
  • Various kinds of stores are located along Nathan Road and Granville Road, ranging from boutiques, to jewellery stores, to electronic shops.
  • The Sun Arcade at 28 Canton Road is a shopping paradise where you can find duty free shops, and branded fashionable goods bargaining shops. Some of the best restaurants in town are also available here.
Mong Kok / Yau Ma Tei

Famous for its specialty markets:

  • The Bird Garden (junction of Yuen Po Street and Flower Market Road) has around 70 songbird stalls.
  • The Flower Market (Flower Market Road) sells everything from roses to orchids.
  • The Goldfish market (along Tung Choi Street) sells aquariums, corals and exotic fishes.
  • Fa Yuen Street and Ladies’ Market (along Tung Choi Street) sells bargain-priced clothes, accessories, knick-knacks and beauty products.
  • Shanghai Street sells traditional Chinese products such as dried
    seafood and herbal tonics.
  • The Temple Street Night Market (Temple Street) is one of Hong Kong’s most popular open air markets; with a bazaar selling bargain-priced clothes, curios etc. it also contains traditional Chinese entertainments such as fortune-tellers, Cantonese opera and professional Chinese chess players.
  • The Jade Market (east of Temple Street) features 450 stalls selling jades of all types, shapes, sizes and prices.
  • The Nelson Street, Shan Tung Street and Hak Po Street are lined with shops selling car accessories.
Kowloon Station

A recently developed shopping and entertainment complex:

  • Elements is a concept mall subtly themed after the five Chinese elements. With over 1 million square feet of area, some of the world’s most luxurious brands can be found here.