Must see shopping in Hong Kong

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    Landmark Prince's Building

    Another flash shopping mall, part of the Landmark group, with a slightly more eclectic collection of shops than you'll find in the main Landmark.

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    Homeless Workplace

    This showroom of the cute and eclectic Homeless store stocks smaller objects like chic organiser trays, funky desk lamps, and Miffy Bunny dolls.

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    Mountain Services

    This fab little shop sells climbing and hiking gear and pretty much everything you need to tackle Hong Kong’s hills and country parks.

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    Mong Kok Computer Centre

    Prices at this computer mall are cheap but language can be a barrier, and you’ll see more finished products than computer components.

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    Hong Kong Book Centre

    This basement shop has a vast selection of English-language books and magazines, covering everything from business to cooking.

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    Swindon Books

    A locally run bookshop strong on Hong Kong–related titles. Go upstairs for a bargain selection of used or shop-worn books.

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    Stanley Market

    No big bargains or big stings, just reasonably priced casual clothes (including big sizes and children's wear), bric-a-brac, souvenirs and formulaic art,…

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    World-Wide Plaza

    The rabbit warren of tiny shops in this '80s-style shopping arcade caters to the needs of the Filipino domestic helpers working in Hong Kong, who, on…

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    Ngai Tile Wave

    The staff who run this business can help find almost anything you're looking for... Tang figurines, tricoloured ancient pottery, porcelain from the Ming…

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    Luk Yeung Galleria

    Tsuen Wan's largest shopping mall is inside the residential property Luk Yeung Sun Chuen and has a host of midrange chains you'd find in most New…

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    City Chain

    With over 60 outlets in Hong Kong, City Chain has a wristwatch for almost every whim, look and occasion, ranging from the dressy to the downright sporty.