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Shopping Centre
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Store
“Coco Park features much more than a shopping mall, the area also features a popular bar street, large open public spaces and some great restaurants. At this modern development you can find many al-fresco cafes and both Asian and Western cuisines. Shopping at the mall you can find mostly fashion for men and women. There are over 200 domestic and international brands and on the underground floor you can find a Jusco supermarket, international chain restaurants, jewelry, accessories, personal care, home life, audio, video, gift shopping. The first floor features international boutiques, jewelry, watches, classic accessories boutiques, International Bar Street. The second floor features busines”
  • 6 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Another great coffee joint! I love a good coffee so I will only recommend accordingly!”
  • 22 locals recommend
Café
“Great Coffee! Decent breakfast. This is my go-to weekend brunch; reliable and consistent.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Department Store
“You can find the most updated video games, comic books and electronic gadgets. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
  • 4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The closest grocery store. A lot more choice than 7-11. NOTE: very long queues for the checkout in the evenings.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Department Store
“it has all brands, and good restaurants. it is no so far from the building, Take the shuttle bus from building and it is located walking distance from the last stop in Tsim Sha Tsui.”
  • 8 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Centre
“Times Square is considered the first of its kind, the first "vertical mall" in Hong Kong. Due to the high land price in Hong Kong, and the higher yield on retail property, Times Square departs from the common western model of the flat shopping mall. The space allocated to retail is configured over 9 stories. The mall and lifts to the office tower are accessible by long escalators linking the ground floor podium and the first level of the mall.”
  • 78 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“One of the largest shopping complex in Hong Kong. Visit PageOne Huge Bookstore.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“Battling whether to dedicate your precious travel time in Hong Kong to art or shopping? Well, at K11 you can have both. Browse through this mall’s broad selection of fashion and accessories, electronics, and beauty and lifestyle products; before checking out its cool art exhibitions and events that run all year round.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Department Store
“Sogo Hong Kong commenced its operations in May 1985 in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Situated on Hennessy Road, the Japanese styled department store has become an important retail landmark of Hong Kong. In 1993, it underwent major renovations to become "Jumbo SOGO", expanding its area from 11,000 square metres (120,000 sq ft) to 40,000 square metres (430,000 sq ft).”
  • 12 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Building
“The best mall in Hong Kong Island ! Many good restaurants and high-end shops !”
  • 15 locals recommend
Store
“Coco Park features much more than a shopping mall, the area also features a popular bar street, large open public spaces and some great restaurants. At this modern development you can find many al-fresco cafes and both Asian and Western cuisines. Shopping at the mall you can find mostly fashion for men and women. There are over 200 domestic and international brands and on the underground floor you can find a Jusco supermarket, international chain restaurants, jewelry, accessories, personal care, home life, audio, video, gift shopping. The first floor features international boutiques, jewelry, watches, classic accessories boutiques, International Bar Street. The second floor features busines”
  • 6 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Old married policemen dormitory turned Hipster Shopping Mall with local designer brands and themed markets on a reg. 5 mins walk ”
  • 11 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Stanley is a famous little seaside village on the island with a market which is nice to wander around. You can get the bus from Central station”
  • 25 locals recommend
Market
“Tung Choi Street North – better known as the Goldfish Market – is lined on either side with shops devoted to the raising of many types of fish, from weirdly shaped goldfish to colourful tropical species with gaspingly high price tags. MTR Prince Edward Station, Exit B2. Walk east along Prince Edward Road West until you reach the market”
  • 13 locals recommend
Market
“Nice to visit, even better before a festival. Very close to the Birds Market and the Gold Fish Market”
  • 6 locals recommend
Market
“ You will enjoy the village next to sea with bar restaurants, easy going charming style`s the other side of Hong Kong . ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Market
“Local budget shops and numerous alfresco dining, wet markets, fruit stalls and shopping malls for bargain hunters as well as nail art, hair and beauty salons and spas with great value.”
  • 1 local recommends
Market
“Blake Pier at Stanley is a public pier in Stanley, Hong Kong. The name originally referred to Blake Pier, Central, a ferry pier in Central, Hong Kong. The pier was named after Sir Henry Arthur Blake, the twelfth governor of Hong Kong. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Fish Market
  • 1 local recommends
Market
  • 1 local recommends