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Shopping Mall
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Another great coffee joint! I love a good coffee so I will only recommend accordingly!”
  • 22 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The closest grocery store. A lot more choice than 7-11. NOTE: very long queues for the checkout in the evenings.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Department Store
“it has all brands, and good restaurants. it is no so far from the building, Take the shuttle bus from building and it is located walking distance from the last stop in Tsim Sha Tsui.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Bakery
“Michelin-starred famous HK Dimsum style restaurant. Try there roasted pork buns, shrimp and pork dumplings, beef balls, and the likes. They have a limited menu so its not too difficult to decide on what you feel like having. A must for dimsum first timers.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Outdoor lazy brunch at Simply Life. Our parents enjoyed the pastries and coffee when they stayed over. A 10 minute walk.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Chinese Restaurant
“港式街頭小食店,必試魷魚。 HK styled street snack shop, must try the chilled cuttlefish.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Store
“At this humble shop, 80-year-old Mr Chan, one of Asia's few remaining master knife-sharpeners, uses nine different stones to grind each blade, and alternates between water and oil. If you bring him your blade, he charges between HK$100 and HK$600 with a three-month wait. But if you buy from him, and he has a great selection, he’ll do it there and then. Prices range from HK$200 for a small paring knife to around HK$2000 for a Shun knife. His customers include chefs, butchers, tailors and homemakers from all over the world. He’s had clients send him Japanese willow knives for his magic touch. Choppers, cleavers, slicers, paring knives, even scissors – he’s done them all. Find his shop close to Bowring St.”
  • 2 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Mall
“One of the largest shopping complex in Hong Kong. Visit PageOne Huge Bookstore.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“Battling whether to dedicate your precious travel time in Hong Kong to art or shopping? Well, at K11 you can have both. Browse through this mall’s broad selection of fashion and accessories, electronics, and beauty and lifestyle products; before checking out its cool art exhibitions and events that run all year round.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“146-152 Fuk Wa St Sham Shui Po Occupying different floors of a building opposite Sham Shui Po MTR station, these are the places to go for low-cost computers and peripherals. Golden Computer Arcade comprises the basement and ground floor; Golden Shopping Centre, the 1st floor. The 3Cs are generally considered the best shops – Centralfield (Golden Shopping Centre), Capital (Golden Computer Arcade), and Comdex (both places). ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Building
“The best mall in Hong Kong Island ! Many good restaurants and high-end shops !”
  • 15 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Lot's of restaurants in this modern tower. You will also find western supermarkets such as Marks and Spencer and Market Place.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“A modern shopping mall. You could have delicious dining and let your kids play happily at the L3 kid's playground. It is free of charge. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Mall for normal clothing, couple good restaurants, food court, super market, cafes and other essentials. Good mall for residential area - hard to find in HK island.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The food court here is one of the best in HongKong, delicious and the price is good !”
  • 3 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Tung Choi Street North – better known as the Goldfish Market – is lined on either side with shops devoted to the raising of many types of fish, from weirdly shaped goldfish to colourful tropical species with gaspingly high price tags. MTR Prince Edward Station, Exit B2. Walk east along Prince Edward Road West until you reach the market”
  • 13 locals recommend
Market
“Nice to visit, even better before a festival. Very close to the Birds Market and the Gold Fish Market”
  • 6 locals recommend
Market
“The Wet Market sells fresh produce, meat and seafood in abundance. It is an incredibly lively, colourful and engaging place in which to experience local Hong Kong life.”
  • 1 local recommends
Market
  • 1 local recommends
Market
“This street has a ton of rests and different product little shops, same as ladies street”
  • 1 local recommends
Market
  • 1 local recommends