Hong Kong Gay Shopper’s Guide

It is true when people say that, in Hong Kong, you just eat and shop all day long.

The Pearl of the Orient has so much to offer in terms of food and shopping. From streets stall to mega malls and night markets, Hong Kong will not disappoint.

So get your credit cards ready and bring an empty suitcase.

 

Langham Place Shopping Mall

Located next to the Langham Place Hotel, this uber chic one-stop 15-storey mall is geared towards the younger generation. Find NARS, Lush and Jill Stuart as well as cult brands such as H&M, i.t., une nana cool, :Chocolate, Dr. Martens, etc.

 

Ladies’ Market

Don’t be put off by the name. Ladies’ Market is a popular night market that is located in Mongkok. Stall sells tee-shirts, bags, shoes and travel goods for both men and women. Sharpen your haggling skills.

 

Harbour City

Located by the Star Ferry, Harbour City mall is where over 700 international and local brands congregate. Find luxury labels such as Chanel, Mulberry and Vivienne Westwood as well as mainstream brands such as Superdry, Zara, Adidas and Club Monaco.

 

The One

A fashionistas favourite. This retail mall in Tsim Sha Tsui is great for those who love alternative fashion and street style.

 

Citygate Outlets

Bargain hunting?  Citygate Outlets is full of last season’s branded goods at knockdown prices. It’s  located directly adjacent to MTR Tung Chung Station and Lantau bus terminal.  Brands include Esprit, Nike, Roxy, Club 21, Burberry and GUESS, just to name a few.

 

Pacific Place

Located above Admiralty MTR station, the Pacific Place is a 3-storey mall which houses mostly high-end stores that cater to shoppers of all ages.  Great place to spend a day shopping and dining as this mall also has a wide range of Asian and Western food.

 

Times Square

One of the most-visited malls in Hong Kong.  Located in Causeway Bay, it houses more than two hundred world-renowned outlets over sixteen floors.

 

Festival Walk

Festival Walk is very accessible from the Kowloon Tong MTR station. It offers medium to high range shopping, along with a great range of  dining and entertainment options. Compared to other malls in Hong Kong, Festival Walk is quieter and less busy (other than the holidays). Shopping without the jostling.

 

IFC Mall

More high-end fashion boutiques, bars and restaurants with excellent views of the harbour. Located at MTR Hong Kong Station, Exit F.

31-03-2014 by Tod TGA   |   More: Gay Hong Kong

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