- G.O.D. Awesome lifestyle accessories, fashionable cheongsam, homewares and gifts – Hong Kong to the bone with a whiff of mischief.
- Wattis Fine Art Antique maps, nostalgic photographs and rare lithographs of Hong Kong, Macau and elsewhere in Asia.
- PMQ A one-stop-shop for affordable local design, fashion and jewellery, all jostling for your dollars inside a dynamic heritage arts complex.
- Chan Shing Kee Classical Chinese furniture and decorative antiques.
- Shanghai Tang A peek into the world of contemporary luxury fashion and homewares – Chinese style.
- Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium Old Chinese department store grande dame with embroidered slippers, chopsticks and calligraphy equipment.
Antiques & Vintage
- Andy Hei Rare Chinese antiques in huanghuali wood.
- Capital Gallery Tiny shop selling curios from several thousand years ago.
- Chan Shing Kee The place for classical Chinese furniture.
- Arch Angel Antiques Authentic Chinese tombware in all shapes and sizes.
- Cat Street Market Not genuine antiques, but interesting repro goodies, vintage posters and old photos.
- PMQ Affordable, Hong Kong–focused art in a collection of small independent stores.
- C&G Artpartment Edgy local art.
- Pearl Lam Galleries Contemporary Hong Kong and international art.
- H Queen's Contemporary-art haven in the sky, with galleries from top international dealers.
- Blindspot Gallery One of the best places to acquaint yourself with Hong Kong and Asian photography
- Chiu Kee Porcelain Studio Painted Chinese porcelain in traditional Hong Kong style.
Beauty & Fragrance
- Two Girls Hong Kong's cheap-and-cheerful local beauty brand, with fun vintage packaging.
- Joyce High-end beauty products and scents from across the world.
- Hysan Place The 6th-floor Garden of Eden is a paradise for hard-to-find, youth-oriented Asian cosmetics.
- Candle Company Diffusers, candles and incense from Hong Kong designer Carroll & Chan.
- Eslite Massive Taiwanese bookstore/cafe/gallery/toy store.
- Hong Kong Reader Bilingual bookstore with an intellectual edge.
- Kubrick Bookshop Café Excellent selection of highbrow fiction, art books and literary journals.
- Swindon Books Independent, and crammed with Hong Kong–related reads.
- Bookworm Cafe A secondhand island bookshop island a vegetarian cafe.
- Kapok Hipster fashions from local and international designers.
- Horizon Plaza Cut-rates on luxury goods and clothing in a 27-floor warehouse.
- Lu Lu Cheung Locally designed sophisticated casualwear, silks and dresses.
- Giordano Ladies Scandi-inspired Hong Kong brand specialising in clean lines and a neutral palette.
- Initial Hip urbanwear chain, born in Hong Kong.
- Only Alice Chic, affordable Hong Kong fashion and accessories boutique on trendy Tai Ping Shan St.
Food & Beverages
- Kowloon Soy Company A Central institution since 1917, selling artisanal soy, yellow bean and oyster sauces.
- Tak Hing Dried Seafood Trustworthy dried-seafood shop.
- Shanghai Street Woks, mooncake molds and other cooking implements galore.
- Lam Kie Yuen Tea Co Friendly tea specialist with gorgeous teaware.
- Yiu Fung Store Hong Kong's most famous emporium for Chinese pickles and other cooks' ingredients.
- Papabubble Hard candies in a variety of quirky local flavours.
- Temple Street Night Market Everything from chopsticks to jewellery – bargain hard.
- G.O.D. Playful accessories and homewares paying homage to Hong Kong pop culture.
- Stanley Market Carved name chops, satin baby shoes and more in a touristy but fun street market.
- Mountain Folkcraft Folk crafts from Chinese minorities and Southeast Asian countries.
- Lam Kie Yuen Tea Co Venerable tea shop with huge selection.
- IFC Mall Swanky and always-crowded Central mall.
- Pacific Place Ultra-luxe international clothing and accessories.
- Elements One of Kowloon's fanciest shopping centres.
- Festival Walk More than 200 shops plus an ice rink.
- Rise Shopping Arcade Cheap, fun shopping mall.
- Hysan Place The finest in Japanese and Korean fashions.
- Stanley Market Touristy street market, good for souvenirs.
- Apliu Street Flea Market Massive electronics flea market.
- Temple Street Night Market Iconic night market of kitsch and souvenirs.
- Ladies' Market Clothing, mobile-phone covers, knock-off purses and more.
- Ap Lei Chau Market A seafood extravaganza just a floor below the Ap Lei Chau Cooked Food Centre.
- Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market The oldest market buildings in Hong Kong.
- Sino Centre Geek out at this anime mall.
- Chan Wah Kee Cutlery Store One of Asia's few remaining master knife sharpeners.
- Cat Street Junk stalls hawk communist kitsch and Bruce Lee posters at this touristy street market.
- Island Beverly Mall Eye-popping Japanese youth fashions.
- Niin Eco-conscious jewellery and accessories fashioned out of reclaimed wood and abalone shells.
- Soul Art Polymer clay dim sum and Chinese cult figurines, straight from Běijīng.