Everyone knows Hong Kong as a place of neon-lit retail pilgrimage. It's not the bargain destination it was, but Hong Kong is positively stuffed with swanky shopping malls and brand-name boutiques. All international brands worth their logo have outlets here, supplemented by the city’s own retail trailblazers and a few creative local designers. Together they are Hong Kong’s shrines and temples to style and consumption. Central and Causeway Bay are the main shopping districts on Hong Kong Island. Shopping Kowloon way is a mix of the down-at-heel and the glamorous; an afternoon’s visit to Tsim Sha Tsui’s shopping quarters should yield a few gems. If you’re seeking Chinese-style gifts, comb the streets near the southern end of the area for that silk gown, teapot or trinket. Want something unique? Head over to Granville Rd for that supersized orange blazer or a micro-mall nearby for those asymmetrical earrings and thigh-high boots.