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Places to shopping in Hong Kong - shopoholic’s Bible

Your shopoholic traits will be even worse with the wide range of places to shopping in Hong Kong. Be passionate about what to buy, how to buy, and you won't regret visiting Hong Kong ever again.

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Cosmopolitan Hotel in Causeway Bay

Cosmopolitan Hotel in Causeway Bay

Nestled on the heart of Hong Kong, this is a Wan Chai Hotel Hong Kong. Due to its magnificent location close to Causeway Bay and being in the vicinity of the Wan Chai expanse, Cosmopolitan Hotel provides convenient shopping. This hotel is home to various entertainment places. Cross the road and you will enter the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Situated close by, Hong Kong stadium is where many international sport functions such as Rugby Seven and Soccer are held. The hotel also offers easy access to Golden Bauhinia Square.

All in all, the hotel is the ideal location to explore the wide expanse of Hong Kong

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Times Square Mega Shopping Mall

Times Square Mega Shopping Mall

Times Square Mega Shopping Mall is a popular shopping area. Located in the Causeway Bay amid high density of population, the shopping mall stands on 900,000 square feet with 230 shops. Its multi-cinema complex gives shoppers a fresh experience. This 16-floored mall has separate sections for retail, entertainment, recreation and dining purposes. The mall is open daily from 10 in the morning till 10 at night.

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Hysan Place

Hysan Place

Hysan Place offers any diner a unique experience with its large number of cuisines choices. Located in the middle of Causeway Bay, this 17-storey plaza houses many boutiques. Garden of Eden, which is especially dedicated to ladies, and Eslite Hong Kong, a Taiwanese bookstore are quite impressive. If you are looking for relaxation, then this place offers more to it. It is your gateway to Hong Kong's rich cultural combination.

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Sogo Japanese department store

Sogo Japanese department store

Located in the bustling Causeway Bay, this Japanese-owned department has 16 floors spread across over 400,000 square feet. It is the ideal place to look for cosmetics and electric gadgets. Sogo is the most famous Japanese shop in Hong Kong.

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Lee Gardens

Lee Gardens

Whether it is fashion brands, jewellery shops, restaurants or bars, Lee Gardens should be the model place to shop. Located luxuriously close to Causeway bay, Lee Gardens also has a floor completely dedicated for children. Go, shop for your favourite fashion brand or jewellery item, but don't forget your kid. The shops are open from Sunday to Thursday from 10 in the morning till 10 at night. On Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays, the complex is open till 11 at night.

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Jardine Crescent Bazaar

Jardine Crescent Bazaar

Well, if you need to go for a bargain Jardine Crescent Bazaar is the place. Common accessories ranged from mobile phones to bags are available here. At the end of the bazaar is a market where you could buy flowers at a lower rate. Stalls are open from 11 in the morning to 7 at night.

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Oriental 188 Shopping Centre

Oriental 188 Shopping Centre

Also known as the Computer Centre, the Oriental 188 Shopping Centre markets a wide variety of electronic devices such as video games and movies at a lower rate. The centre has three floors crowded all the time by youngsters. If you are a teenager with a pack of friends, there could not be a better place to visit.

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Spring Garden Lane

Spring Garden Lane

The colonial masters originally set up Spring Garden Lane in the 1840s. The street offers export quality garments for a competitive rate. Shops are open from 11 in the morning to 7 at night.

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Stanley Market

Stanley Market

Located in the village named 'Stanley', this market offers a wide collection of branded clothes, jewellery, upholstery, souvenirs in addition to various accessories and other trinkets.