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What are the most recommended places to go shopping in Hong Kong? Which is the cheapest place for co

Hong Kong is known as a shopping paradise for women, so many women especially like the feeling of shopping in Hong Kong. Buying and buying has become their true portrayal. The status of Hong Kong's free trade port makes many goods trade here with zero tariff. What are the general places to go shopping in Hong Kong?

There are all kinds of goods. Different levels of food, clothing and use can meet the needs of different people. Therefore, the advantages of price, sufficient supply and quality guarantee make Hong Kong a well-known shopping paradise. Hong Kong's shopping malls are mainly concentrated in Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

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Causeway Bay

1. Time Square

It must be a very grand shopping mall. There are often performances and exhibitions in the square. I have met with Zhou Runfa's film release conference and Batman's peripheral exhibitions. There are big Burberry and Swarovski stores at the door, as well as huge Sasha and Zhuoyue, which are sure to be visited by Zhun Guan. There is a cosmetics shop of Victoria Secret on the ground floor ~ MCM is over there, and the first Topshop in Hong Kong is also in Times Square ~ at the same time, there is Agnes B. cafe. It's worth a try ~ Lane Crawford is on the side, and the right side of the door is the shoemaking counter, which is often on sale! Basically, the bags of big brands can be hit at 5-7k Hong Kong dollars, and the shoes are generally around 3k, anyway, I can't afford to buy them, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, but I can't only go to eye addiction Do you?

2. Hysan place

The only Hollister in Hong Kong Island has a large Chanel and gap store on the first floor, and the top floor is Taiwan's Chengpin bookstore! You can read (pack) books (force), even if you buy books, after all, I think a Book of HK $780 is a bit expensive & hellip; & hellip;

Xishen is next to a huge apple store. I can't buy the iPhone 6 anyway (there are a lot of scalpers at the door, if you like & hellip; & hellip;). I'm crazy when I want to buy an ipad Mini. There is a small street across the apple store, all selling small commodities. It's a conscience of the industry that a 20 Hong Kong dollar silk sock is of great quality! On the opposite side is a huge Forever 21, four story building, with enough shopping management, and the price is 20% off in the mainland. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

3. SOGO

Personally, I don't like going to SOGO, because I think the ceiling of the floor is very low, the shops are very dense, and there is no feeling of shopping. But things are really more and cheaper. I once helped my friend buy a Givenchy tie for HK $1K in SOGO to give it away. It feels like it's cheap and good quality. There's a market on the top floor all the year round. Last Spring Festival, I caught up with the salad group for a discount and bought three bags at one go for HK $2-3K.

4. A lot around SOGO

It's worth visiting areas, huge shops, it and all its brands can be found in that area. There are also Etude houses. And there's a special mom and baby goods store. I forgot the name. There's Ikea~

You can find the "Baide New Street" mentioned in twin's "no tears in Moscow"~

Two, Wan Chai

On the way from Causeway Bay to Wanchai, there are huge shops on both sides, which guarantee that you can get a good dress for HK $200. It's worth taking your time. (this article is exclusively compiled by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint it, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

III. central Golden Bell

The shopping mall in the central area is relatively high-grade. I don't think there will be so many tourists in Causeway Bay. It's basically the same. But American Apparel, AF Island only has Taigu square, and beats headphones are also on the side of golden bell.

IV. Tsim Sha Tsui

1. Harbour City

DFS shopping malls in and around the harbor city are enough for a day. If you are tired, you can go to the viewing platform to have a coffee and have a sea view. In addition, all macarons and cupcakes in the harbor city are huge! Good! Eat!

2. Longcheng pharmacy, etc

I've only been to Longcheng once by myself, because it's so horrible to rush there & hellip; I don't want to go to the second time in my life & hellip; hellip; hellip; so I don't remember the specific location. It's in Tsimshatsui anyway. There are many small shops around, and the street view and other things are very 'Hong Kong'. It's worth visiting. ~ (this article is compiled exclusively by WYH, editor of sihai.com. If you need to reprint, please indicate the source and source. Related article link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/zone.html)

Five, others

1. Lang Hao Fang

Hong Kong students took me to langhaofang once. I feel that tourists are much less than Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui! And if you want to buy shoes, you must go to Mong Kok. It's a paradise for sneakers lovers to test by yourself! You can find all kinds of limited and duplicate shoes in minutes, but I can't tell the truth & hellip; & hellip;

2. Outlets

Let's wait for my winter vacation~