List Headline Image
Updated by Joanna James on Jun 23, 2019
Headline for 5 Best Choices for Shopping in Kowloon – Where to Enjoy the Best Retail Therapy
Joanna James Joanna James
5 items   1 followers   0 votes   9 views

5 Best Choices for Shopping in Kowloon – Where to Enjoy the Best Retail Therapy

Kowloon is a shopping hub and is so vibrant that visitors get stuck for choice on where to go. You can decide to browse amongst the best in high-end couture or snag the top deals when it comes to bargain fashion products. Explore Tsim Sha Tsui for luxury fashion and Yau Ma Tei for street markets.


Enjoy the Temple Street Night Market

Relish not only the lively atmosphere but some great bargains at the Temple Street Night Market. Easy to reach from centrally located hotels in Kowloon, Hong Kong, the place is a hotspot of shopping and snacking on delicious food. The market is easy to find, a block away from the Jordan MTR Station and is a hub for a range of products such as DVD's, footwear, knock-offs of branded clothing and designer watches as well as a number of other knick-knacks one can pick up from any large glitzy market.


Treasure the Retail Paradise of Harbour City

Head over to Tsim Sha Tsui, just 15 minutes from Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong, and you have the bliss of exploring the over 700 retail stores of Harbour City. Add to this melee a total of 50 food stalls, cinemas and beverage outlets and you can make a fine day of exploring this fab shopping destination. The mall is divided into four sections catering to diverse interest, while there are plenty of designer labels to browse through with the likes of DKNY and Ana Sui being favourites.


Check Out Elements, the Designer Shopping Mall

This chic mall is so named, as it is divided into zones, pertaining to the Chinese elements of wood, water, fire, metal and earth. The place is located in West Kowloon and offers a pretty good range of popular branded products, as well as, an ice skating rink and a cinema, capable of holding a crowd of 1,600. Dining there is a treat, as most of the restaurants are able to offer patrons the luxuries of good food to marvellous views of the harbour through floor to ceiling glass panels. You will love the décor of the mall, which stays true to the concept of the five 'elements' with features such as, water fountains, metal designs, wood sculptures and statues hewn from rock.


The Ladies Market is for Gents Too

Don't let the name fool you, the goodies on offer at this market are for both genders; most of the stalls are run by the ladies of Kowloon though, hence the name. Stalls laden with touristy goods such as costume jewellery, clothes, shoes, handbags, watches, souvenirs and a load of other bits and bobs are yours to explore. The prices are pretty cheap and ideal for those of you on a budget to take back some mementoes.


Shop and Eat at Festival Walk

At Festival Walk, one can shop, eat and be entertained before heading back to their Kowloon hotel. The place entertains visitors from all walks of life; whether you are on a budget or in a mood to splurge, Festival Walk is able to accommodate your whims. Shop for branded labels, including H&M, Mango etc. or check out the great bargains on offer; fashion shows and a pretty large cinema promise to keep you entertained once you're done shopping. Another plus of this mall is the fact, it's home to one of Asia's largest ice skating rinks.