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So…Soap!

We all hope for better – better skin, better air, better living environment and better society. To better everything, let’s begin with a bottle of So…Soap! So…Soap! is a hand-made organic soap made in Hong Kong, by local women community in Hong Kong. The soap is blended with quality saponified plant-based oils, natural essential oils, […]

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Jade Market 玉器市場

The Jade Market, junction of Kansu and Battery Streets, is a one stop market for buying various shades and qualities of jade. Visitors may have to suffer a long bargaining session with vendors before arriving at a great deal for a high quality jade. However, there are also plenty of souvenirs at much lower prices. […]

Hysan Place 希慎廣場

Located at the heart of Causeway Bay with direct access to the MTR station, Hysan Place showcases an enviable selection of nearly 120 most sought-after international brand boutiques spanning over 17 floors. Enjoy the generous high ceiling with open shop fronts, stroll along the atrium sprinkled with natural light via the huge central skylight, or […]

K11 Design Store

K11 Design Store features budding and exceptional designers with their design products seasonally. With sharing of design concepts, stories behind the brands, as well as the designers’ life excerpts, both in the store and on its website, K11 Design Store introduces designers’ personal life to shoppers, building a communication channel between shoppers and designers through […]

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Teaspoon Ltd.

With Teaspoon’s stationery, you can create a mini Hong Kong city on your desk. Teaspoon Ltd., a creative design workshop, believes that design is not only a tool for problem solving, but can also act as the seasoning for our daily living. Currently, Teaspoon’s products are only available at some book stores and also GOD […]

Sindart 先達商店 (since 1958)

Founded in 1958, Sindart, the oldest slipper store in Hong Kong, is reputed for its Chinese traditional style embroidered slippers and shoes that are suitable for Chinese traditional wedding. Also, it has a branch at The Peak, Shop 25, Level One, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, Hong Kong. Address: Shop 16-17, 1/F Bowring Centre, […]

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Fuk Wa Street 福華街

Fuk Wa Street is a street market with numerous stalls selling varieties of goods like old books, clothes and also popular for toys. Address: Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuk_Wa_Street Nearest MTR Station: Sham Shui Po (Exit B2 or D2 )

Apliu Street 鴨寮街

Apliu Street has a huge flea market containing electronics, electrical components, and related items. A shopper can find both new and used merchandise in the area. Apliu Street is well known for geek shopping. While Apliu Street is famous for electronic parts, the Golden Shopping Arcade found on the other side of Cheung Sha Wan […]