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When Is The Best Time To Go To Hong Kong?

Winter Season (December - March) is the most relaxing and comfortable time to go to
Hong Kong but besides the weather, there's little else to do since the "Sale Season" occurs
during Summer. There are some sales during Christmas & Chinese New Year but 90% of
the clothes are for winter. Hong Kong can get very foggy during winter, as such, visit to the
Peak is a hit-or-miss affair. A foggy bird's eye view of HK isn't really nice.

Summer Season (May - October) is similar to Manila's weather, very hot but moving around
in Hong Kong can get extra uncomfortable because of the high humidity which gives the
"sticky" feeling. Hong Kong's rainy season also falls on their summer, July & August has
the highest rainfall count and the typhoons also arrive in these months. The Sale /
Shopping Festival is from the start of July to the start of September. If the sky is clear, the
view from the Peak is great.

Avoid going to Hong Kong when there are large-scale exhibitions or ongoing tournaments
like the Hong Kong Sevens Rugby Tournament because hotel prices will be significantly
higher.
CUSTOMS & DUTY FREE ALLOWANCES & RESTRICTIONS
• Currency - No restrictions
• Tobacco - 19 cigarettes or 1 cigar or 25 grams of other manufactured tobacco
• Liquor - 1 bottle of wine or spirits
• Perfume - 60ml of perfume & 250 ml of eau de toilette
• Cameras - No restrictions
• Film - Reasonable for personal use
• Gifts - Reasonable amount
• Agricultural Items - Refer to consulate
Note:
• If arriving from Macau, duty-free imports for Macau residents are limited to half the
above cigarette, cigar & tobacco allowance
• Aircraft crew & passengers in direct transit via Hong Kong are limited to 20
cigarettes or 57 grams of pipe tobacco.
• The import of animals is strictly controlled.
• Firearms must be declared upon entry & handled into custody until departure.
• Non-prescribed drugs may not be brought in without a doctor's certificate of use.
Reservation For Stanford Hotel ࡴಮÆ©శ
Email: stanford@stanfordhotel.com
Tel: +852-2781-1881
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Website: http://www.stanfordhongkong.com/en/

Reservation For The Kimberley Hotel =æ©శ
Email: hotel@kimberley.com.hk
Tel: +852-2723-3888
Website: http://www.kimberleyhotel.com.hk/

Reservation For Langham Place Hotel RB©శ
Email: hkg.lph.info@langhamhotels.com
Tel: +852-3552-3388
Website: http://hongkong.langhamplacehotels.com/en/

Reservation For Prudential Hotel fW©శ
Email: info@prudentialhotel.com
Tel: +852-2311-8222
Website: http://www.prudentialhotel.com/

Reservation For Eaton Hotel VÆ©శ
Email: enquiry@eatonhotels.com
Tel: +852-2782-1818
Website: http://hongkong.eatonhotels.com/en/

Reservation For Hotel Benito ȷī©శ
Email: reservation@hotelbenito.com
Tel: +852-3653-0388
Website: http://www.hotelbenito.com/eng/index.htm

Reservation For Metropark Hotel Mongkok (Former Concourse Hotel) ༱ÞǷΩశ
Email: info.hkmk@metroparkhotels.com
Tel: +852-2397-9622
Website: http://www.hotelconcourse.com.hk/eng/index.php

Reservation For Royal Plaza Hotel ¯¯©శ
Email: inquiry@royalplaza.com.hk
Tel: +852-2928-8822
Website: http://www.royalplaza.com.hk/

Reservation For Dorsett Seaview Hotel ¯BྦΩశ
Email: hotel-sv@dorsettseaview.com.hk
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Tel: +852-2782-0882
Website: http://hongkonghotel.dorsettseaview.com.hk/

Reservation For The Cityview Hotel ¼ÎĪk
Email: rsvn@thecityview.com.hk
Tel: +852-2783-3888
Website: http://www.thecityview.com.hk/en/index.html

Reservation For Butterfly On Prat Hotel GO©శ
Email: info@butterflyhk.com
Tel: +852-3962-8888
Website: http://www.butterflyhk.com/en/index.html

Reservation For The Largos Hotel RV©శ
Email: http://www.largos.com.hk/reservation.php
Tel: +852-2783-8233
Website: http://www.largos.com.hk/home.php

Reservation For Sintra Hotel (Macau)
Email: rsvn@hotelsintra.com
Tel: +853 2871 0111
Website: http://www.hotelsintra.com/

Prudential Hotel

• Jordon Station vW% > Exit E OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #11 OR
• Airport Bus A22 > Stop at #4

Kimberley Hotel

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit B1 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #12

Langham Place Hotel

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit C3 / E1 OR
• Mongkok East Station ༱ÞÆ% > Exit B OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #7
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Stanford Hotel

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 OR
• Mongkok East Station ༱ÞÆ% > Exit B OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #8 for "Sino Centre". Backtrack a block on Nathan
Road > Turn right on Soy Street & keep walking for about 5 blocks. The ride takes
about 45mins - 1hr depending on traffic, & the walk around 10mins.

Hotel Benito

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit B2 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #13

Eaton Hotel

• Jordan Station vW% > Exit B1 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #10 OR
• Airport Bus A22 > Stop at #4

Free Shuttle Bus: Take Airport Express Train to Kowloon Station
There are clear signages to the shuttle bus waiting area, where shuttle buses are parked
according to specific route numbers (e.g. Route No. 1 - 5) Look for the No. K1

Metropark Hotel Mongkok

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit A1 OR
• Prince Edward Station 7¬% > Exit C2 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #5

Royal Plaza Hotel

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit B3 OR
• Mongkok East Station ༱ÞÆ% > Exit D OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #6

Free Shuttle Bus: Take Airport Express Train to Kowloon MTR Station
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There are clear signages to the shuttle bus waiting area, where shuttle buses are parked
according to specific route numbers (e.g. Route No. 1 to 5) Look for Route No. K6

Dorsett Seaview Hotel

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit C OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #9

Map: http://hongkonghotel.dorsettseaview.com.hk/images/Dorsett_Seaview_Hotel_Map.jpg
Free Shuttle Bus: Take Airport Express Train to Kowloon MTR Station.
Free in-town shuttle bus provided by hotel for every Mondays to Sundays. Departure from
Dorsett Olympic Hotel via Pioneer Centre (Mongkok) via Dorsett Seaview Hotel via Airport
Express Kowloon Station & back to Dorsett Olympic Hotel. The service is at 1 hour interval
from 08:00 - 22:00hrs & the detailed timetable please check with Concierge. Around 3
stops will stop at Dorsett Seaview Hotel.

The Cityview Hotel

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit A2 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #9 > With your back facing the bus stop > Turn right &
first lane on your right is Waterloo Road OR The bus will announce YMCA
International House > Alight & walk back to the Yau Ma Tei MTR direction > There
is a traffic light beside the MTR > Just cross over then turn right (You can see a
money changer, Cha Chan Teng & a shop with a red/orange signboard) > Walk all
the way > Less than 10sec you can see CityView

Free Shuttle Bus: Take Airport Express Train to Kowloon MTR Station
There are clear signages to the shuttle bus waiting area, where shuttle buses are parked
according to specific route numbers (e.g. Route No. 1 to 5) Look for Route No. K5 (1st stop
to reach hotel)

Butterfly On Prat Hotel

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A2 OR
• Tsim Sha Tsui East Station ÷ZĎÆ% > Exit N2 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #16 > Alight at Chatham Road ၣ઻M > Walk along to
Prat Avenue ÷ਁఎ

Free Shuttle Bus: Take Airport Express Train to Kowloon Station
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There are clear signages to the shuttle bus waiting area, where shuttle buses are parked
according to specific route numbers (e.g. Route No. 1 - 5) Look for the No. K3

The Largos Hotel

• Jordon Station vW% > Exit B2 OR
• Airport Bus A21 > Stop at #10 OR
• Airport Bus A22 > Stop at #4

Airport Station
When taking the Airport Express to the Airport to catch a flight, simply stroll to the airline
check-in-counter on Level 7 of Passenger Terminal 1 or head to Passenger Terminal 2 by
exiting the train from its right-hand side. When arriving off a flight & leaving the
immigration & baggage claim areas you can simply walk straight through the Greeting
Hall & board a city-bound Airport Express train on the same level.

Airport Service Bus A21 – Hotel Website:
http://www.nwstbus.com.hk/content/default.aspx?intLangID=1&section=routes&page=airpo
rtServices

Octopus Card 1ɰ½=
Octopus Card Images:
http://www.hongkongextras.com/resources/_wsb_298x179_Octopus+Card.jpg
On arrival in Hong Kong, head to the Airport Express Customer Service Centre where you
can buy the Octopus Card. The card costs $150 (Adults), $100 (Students), $70 (Elders &
Children) & will allow you to ride the Airport Express, MTR, KCR rail lines, buses, trams &
ferries – Basically most forms of transport. Not only that you can use it in many
restaurants & common shops like 7-11 & even many vending machines!

The purchase price includes a $50 deposit, while the balance is credit for you to use on the
transport system. Once you run out of value, just head to the nearest MTR station or 7-11
where you can top-up the card's value by however much you need.

When you leave Hong Kong, head to the Airport Express Customer Service Centre at the
airport & you can get your $50 deposit back. Any leftover value on the card is also refunded
to you.

This is how you wave your card.
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How To Use:

For MTR: Tap once to enter, tap once to exit (on destination station)
For Bus: Tap once upon entering on the front door
For Trams: Tap once upon exiting on the front door. Enter at the back.

Free Wi-Fi For Visitors

With the support of PCCW, the largest commercial Wi-Fi service provider in Hong Kong,
visitors can now enjoy FREE Wi-Fi to browse the latest tourist information & download
useful mobile apps during their stay in Hong Kong.

Unlimited Hong Kong Tourism Board Website Browsing*
• Website: www.DiscoverHongKong.com
• Mobilesite: m.DiscoverHongKong.com

This one-stop shop provides information about Hong Kong including details on attractions,
sightseeing, dining, accommodation & etc.

* Unlimited browsing does not include hyperlinks to 3
rd
party website.

Download Useful Tourist Guides

Hottest FREE Apps
• Hong Kong Mobile Travel Guide – Essential info on sightseeing, dining & shopping.
• A Superb Guide to Chinese Cuisine & Wine Pairing – Match delicious Chinese
cuisine with the perfect & affordable wine!
• Hong Kong Local Delicacies Guides – 4 types of classic Hong Kong food: Congee,
Rice Noodles, Noodles & Rice.

Download the above apps or other featured apps for FREE at their Interactive Corner
(HKTB Website) or Download Centre (HKTB Mobile Website)

Remarks: iPhone version apps are hosted at 3
rd
party websites. PCCW Wi-Fi offers each
visitor 30mins access to these 3
rd
party websites for downloading mobile apps. Each visitor
can enjoy this offer one time only.
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Service Details
Free Wi-Fi access is provided by PCCW Wi-Fi. Visitors can enjoy free browsing &
downloading at HKTB website / mobile site via any PCCW Wi-Fi Hotspots in Hong Kong.

Wi-Fi Hotspots
Over 7000 PCCW Wi-Fi hotspots including:
• MTR: Most MTR platforms, concourses & airport express
• All Starbucks Coffee & Pacific Ocean Outlets in Hong Kong
• All 7-11 & Circle K outlets in Hong Kong
• Over 1000 PCCW phone booths

Access Guide to HKTB Website / Mobile Site

• Turn on Wi-Fi, search & set network name (SSID) to ‘PCCW’
• Start internet browser & type any URL, you’ll be directed to the PCCW Wi-Fi login
page automatically
• Click on the following button

District Breakdown

Tsim Sha Tsui - Shopping/Tourist District, Alive until Midnight
*This district is filled with shops, malls and restaurants. Don't ask where. You will see it for
yourself.
Avenue of Stars & Old Clock Tower
Star Ferry
Harbour City Shopping Complex (with Toys 'R Us & CitySuper)
Park Lane Shoppers' Boulevard
Sogo Tsim Sha Tsui
Nathan Road / Canton Road / Side Streets (Granville, Kimberley, Cameron, Carnarvon,
Haiphong etc)
Knutsford Terraces
The Peninsula Hong Kong (Peninsula Group Flagship Hotel)
China Ferry Terminal (to Macau)
Museums
1881 Heritage
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/tst.pdf

Mongkok - Shopping District, Alive until Midnight
Langham Place (Mall)
Ladies Market (Tung Choi Street)
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Electronics Street (Sai Yeung Choi Street)
Rubber Shoes Street (Fa Yuen Street)
Temple Street Night Market (reachable by Yau Ma Tei)
Plenty of local food stalls and small shops scattered all over
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/mok.pdf

Central - Business District in general
The Peak (Long walk from Central MTR Station)
Mid-Level Escalators
Maxim's Palace City Hall Dim sum Restaurant
IFC Shopping Mall / Pacific Place Shopping Mall
Lan Kwai Fong (Bars and nightlife)
Old Buildings and new Skyscrapers
H&M
Star Ferry (to Tsim Sha Tsui)
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/cen.pdf

Causeway Bay - Shopping District, Alive until Midnight
Noon Day Gun
Times Square Mall
Sogo
World Trade Center Mall
Plus a few other smaller malls and shopping streets
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/cab.pdf

Wanchai
Wanchai Computer Center
HK Convention and Exhibition Center (Daily Flag Raising Ceremony)
HKCEC Promenade (Great for photo ops)
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/wac.pdf
Lantau Island
Disneyland
Ngong Ping Village (Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car + Giant Buddha + Po Lin Monastery)
Citygate Outlet Mall
Map: http://mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/tuc.pdf

Sha Tin
Shatin New Town Plaza Mall Complex
Snoopy's World (Inside Shatin New Town Plaza)
Biggest Ikea in HK
10,000 Buddha Temple
Map: http://www.mtr.com.hk/jplanner/images/maps/sht.pdf

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Operating Hours Of Famous Tourists Spots / Shopping Malls

Disneyland: 10am - 8pm (Regular Days) | 9am - 9pm (Holidays / Special Days)
http://park.hongkongdisneyland.com/hkdl/en_US/tools/calendar/dailyCalendar?name=Cale
ndarDetailPage

Ocean Park: 930am - 8pm
http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/html/en/plan-your-visit/calendar/index.php

Ngong Ping 360: 10am – 6pm (Weekdays), 9am – 6.30pm (Weekends/Holidays)
Peak Tram: 7am – 12am
Peak Tower & Sky Terrace: 10am – 11pm (Weekdays), 8am – 11pm (Weekends/Holidays)
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong: 10am - 10pm
Nanlian Gardens: 7am – 9pm
Star Ferry (Central/TST): 6.30am – 11.30pm
HK Tramways: 6am – 12am
Space Museum: 1pm – 9pm (Weekdays except Tuesday), 10am – 9pm (Weekends)
*Wednesday free admission*
Science Museum: 1pm – 9pm (Weekdays except Thursday), 10am – 9pm (Weekends)
*Wednesday free admission*
History Museum: 10am – 6pm (Weekdays except Tuesday) 10am – 7pm (Weekends)
*Wednesday free admission*
Citygate Outlets: 10am – 10pm
Harbour City: 10am - 9pm
Sogo: 10am - 10pm
Times Square: 10am – 10pm

Fook Lam Moon (Dim Sum) ƽ᫝ (ჼ಴)
Website: http://www.fooklammoon-grp.com
Try their Shrimp Dumplings, Vegetarian Spring Rolls & Barbecued Pork Bun.

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit B2 > Located off Nathan Road ¬WM, on
Kimberly Road ᤼ఋ1M OR
• Wan Chai Station ƚࡳ% > Exit B2 > Along Johnston Road ఩¬WM

Serenade Restaurant (Dim Sum)

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Hong Kong Cultural Centre (1st floor)

Yung Kee Restaurant w1©7 (Roast Goose) (11am – 11.30pm)
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Address: 32-40 Wellington Street, Central
Website: http://www.yungkee.com.hk/index.html

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D2 > Turn right > Then turn left into Theatre Lane ŝ
ßʅ> Cross Queen’s Road Central > Walk along D’Aguilar Street ಮఈHñto
Wellington Street

Lok Heung Yuen #¬=થM±

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D2 > Walk D'Aguilar St ಮఈ±ñ > Turn right into
Wellington St MM¼ñ

Lin Heung Ɂ¬R (Dim Sum & Roast Meat)
Address: 160-164 Wellington Street

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D2 > Walk from Wellington Street to the corner of
Aberdeen Street

City Hall Maxim's Palace ȉ಴ጴ3 (Dim Sum)
Address: 2/F, City Hall Low Block

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit K > Mandarin Oriental > Beside the hotel > Go into
underpass > Direction board “City Hall” > Exit right hand side staircase > Walk
through the carpark (Pretty small one) > City Hall

[Take note there's also a maxim's restaurant & maxim (Mei Xin) mix in the same building]

Mido Café ȉɾ&±
Address: 63 Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit C > Turn Right > Turn right again on the 2
nd

street > Near Dorsett Seaview Hotel

London Restaurant (Dim Sum)
Address: ¬7wWM612-618 %

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• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 > Walk along Nathan Road to Good Hope
Building k÷Þ7ౕ

Satay King ZୁǍ
Address: ༱Þu#ñ48 %1 R

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 > After King Wah Centre > Turn into Shantung
Street uÆñ > You can see Bonjour on both side > Walk straight & you’ll passby
Hollywood Shopping Centre > You can see their big signage ZୁǍ @ Level 1

Chao Inn Restaurant MR

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 > Walk along Nathan Road to Hollywood Plaza

Tai Cheong Bakery #ƅ67 (Egg Tart)
Website: http://taicheongbakery.com/tc/

• Mongkok East Station ༱ÞÆ% > Exit D > Grand Century Place Level 5 ſlᐓ
Ķ¤ OR
• Mongkok East Station ༱ÞÆ% OR
• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D1/D2 > Walk to Queen Victoria St ጴč7M >
Take the mid-level escalator to Lyndhurst Terrace > Turn left > Near Lyndhurst
building ÷Ǚ7ౕ

Yue Kee Roasted Goose Restaurant ½EᅭMWశ
Website: http://www.yuekee.com.hk/
Address ſ7࿰ࡌ࿰ొɟ7੾ (࿰ࡌ¼Æ=E#=)
• Kwai Fong Station ᙈᖦ% > Take green-light Bus 302 OR
• Tsing Yi Station #T% > Take green-light Bus 308M
Tim Ho Wan Dim-Sum Specialists ƘHWˌ಴Mʨశ
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Address: ༱Þ౤ȷm2-20 HȎæ7R2 N=¯8 HM

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit A2 > Walk pass The Cityview Hotel > Turn
into Waterloo Street > You’ll passby TWGHs Tung Wah Museum Æ=࠲ß໨V
! > Turn into Dundas Street > Then turn into Kwong Wa Street

Ho Choi Seafood Restaurant k1ྦM©7
Address: +ˊ=wWM532-538 %୒=7ౕ3 R

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit A2 > Walk to In’s Point & you can see Ka
Wing Building ୒=7ౕ in between a money changer & Fitter shop > Go into Ka
Wing Building ୒=7ౕ Level 3

Hui Liu Shan Healthy Dessert !wuÐાశ
Website: http://www.hkhls.com/
Address: kɟᕠñ11 %@#ǪÞ༱Þ7ౕ=¯2 %M
• Jordon Station vW% > Exit A
• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit E > Cross Great George Street > Walk
along Yee Wo Street
Australian Dairy Company ႒4¬k1੿
Address: 47-49 Parkes Street

• Jordon Station vW% > Exit C2 > Walk along Parkes Street

Hoi On Café

• Sheung Wan Station ࠳Ǐ% > Exit B > Walk to Western Market > You’ll passby
Chu Kong Shipping Tower ǒ¨Hਈྞñ1੿ & Guangdong Investment Tower
4ྦහ±7ౕ

Lee Yuen Congee Noodle (11am – 1.45am)
Address: 539 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
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• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit D1 > Walk along Lockhart Road
Yee Shun Dairy Company 7႒:M¬k
Address: G/F, 85 Percival Street, Causeway Bay

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit A (Times Sq Exit)

Chi Kee Wonton Noodle *Eᭅ÷ᯨ7
Address: ᑞ#ñ52 %=¯

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit A (Times Sq Exit) > Near to Tak Fat
Building & Soundwill Plaza

Wing Kee Noodle =E*ᯨ
Address: ᥲʞMMñ27 %

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit E > Causeway Square

Mai’s Noodle ᯞ4Eࡈ÷T (12pm – 8pm)
Address: G/F, 77 Wellington Street, Central
• Jordan Station vW% > Exit C2 > Diagonal from the exit opposite the shop got
karaoke nightclub > You can see a big signboard 'Mai Wen Zi Wanton Mee' above
the shop > Got 2 dessert shops between the wanton mee shop OR
• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D2 > Turn right > Then turn left into Theatre Lane ŝ
ßʅ> Cross Queen’s Road Central > Walk along D’Aguilar Street ಮఈHñto
Wellington Street > Walk straight & passby Fortune Building > Opp Jade Centre
Sang Kee Congee Shop 31#ા (6.30am – 9.30pm)
• Sheung Wan Station ࠳Ǐ% > Exit A2 > Walk along Hillier Street

Honeymoon Dessert ၊1Ðા
Website: http://www.honeymoon-dessert.com/en_us/

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• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ% > Exit B > Transfer to Tung Chung Cable Car or New
Lantau Bus 21 from Tai O OR
• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit F > IFC Mall Level 3 OR
• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit A > Times Sq Foodcourt
• Kwun Tong Station AM% > Exit A2 > APM Millennium City 5 Foodcourt Level 1
Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar M½᫝ྦMȉ#1
This tiny seaside village nestled in the southeastern corner of Kowloon offers a slice of old
Hong Kong life rarely experienced elsewhere in the city. Best known for its indoor &
outdoor dining in numerous high quality, affordable seafood restaurants, Lei Yue Mun is
also an absorbing excursion into Hong Kong's past. Eating in Lei Yue Mun is a hands-on
experience where you make your choices from the live seafood stalls, & take it to a
restaurant for cooking any way you choose! You'll love the atmosphere and great views
over the harbour.

• Kwun Tong Station AM% > Exit A1 > Take Bus 14C from Yue Man Sq ½UÞ
OR
• Yau Tong Station +M% > Exit A2 > Take Green Minibus 24 or Bus 14C to Sam
Ka Tsuen Ferry Pier ࠲71¯¬ & follow the signs > Walk about 15mins
Charlie Brown Snoopy Café Ø቗ఔRથM3Ü&ਸ਼
Address: G/F-1/F., Kok Pah Mansion, No. 58-60 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Hong Kong
Website: http://www.charliebrowncafe.com/

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit B2 > Walk straight OR
• Tai Koo Station 7ੱ% > Exit D2 / E1 > City Plaza (Foodcourt Stall 6)

Royal Desserts ጴ±Ðા (3pm – 2am)
Address: 15 South Wall Road, Kowloon City 7᰼¼¼WM15 ੾

• Lok Fu Station ±T% > Exit B > Walk along Junction Road ]ઉM & you’ll
passby Lok Fu Recreation Ground > You’ll passby Hung Wan Court > Turn into
Nga Tsin Wai Road tF஧M> Walk straight till you passby Wai Ming Building >
Turn into South Wall Road OR
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• Nam Cheong Station Wƅ%> Exit D2 > From interchange Wƅᩞɟ%ఋ¬5
%, take Bus 12A (7ఋ12A) > Drop off at Prince Edward Road West 7¬MÕ
(᫝M368 374 ੾) > Bus Led will show as Fuk Lo Tsun Road "Æ#1M" > After
alighting the direction of the front line of five blocks > Go to the sixth blocks (South
Wall Road) > Turn left > Walk through & you’ll see

Royal Plaza Chinese Restaurant ¯¯¥±ਸ਼

• Prince Edward Station 7¬% > Exit B2 > Turn left to Prince Edward Road West >
Then turn right & walk along Prince Edward Road West for about 10mins > Royal
Plaza Hotel Level 3

Teresa New Life Coffee Shop ᢲÞ=б±ſ3થMశ
Website:
http://www.nlpra.org.hk/social_enterprises/catering/teresa_new_life_coffee_shop.aspx

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit F > Opposite to New World Centre OR
• East Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷Æ% > Exit J > Opposite to New World Centre

Hankow Road ¯ੰM

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Walk towards the harbour > Turn right
on Middle Road > Will walk pass The Kowloon Hotel > Turn right when you reach
Hankow Road.

Esprit Outlet

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Opposite Sheraton Hotel, next to
Space Museum > Basement of Kai Seng Commercial Centre OR
• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 > Basement of Hollywood Plaza

Space Warehouse
Famous Brands: Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada Sport & Helmut Lang
Address: 2/F, South Horizons Plaza (East Wing), South Horizons, Hong Kong

• Admiralty Station ᤼ʠ% > Take Bus 90B OR
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• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Take Bus 590

Dickson Warehouse
Famous Brands: Polo Sports, Charles Jourdan, Kenneth Cole, Karl Lagerfeld, Polo Ralph
Lauren, St. Dupont
Address: G08, Olympia Plaza, 243-255 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong

• Fortress Hill Station Ʊċu% > Exit B > Walk to Olympia Plaza

Nike Factory Outlet
Address: Unit G, 8/F, Phase II, Yip Fat Factory Building, 73-75 Hoi Yuen Road
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

• Kwun Tong Station AM% > Exit B3

Fritter Outlet @ Lucky Horse
Famous Brands: Adidas, Nike, Converse, Levis, AND1, Puma & etc
Additional Info: Require to produce Identification to enter the building,

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit A1 > Beside Famous Horse Building

Citygate Outlets Ʊ¼čశࡲ
After visiting the Hong Kong Disneyland or taking a ride on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car,
you can go to Citygate Outlets. This popular shopping centre is conveniently located right
by the MTR Tung Chung Station & just one MTR stop away from Hong Kong Disneyland.
This outlet contains over 80 international brand names, including many popular children’s
wear labels such as Kingkow & Chickeeduck, offering 30% - 70% off all year round. This is
a great place to shop till you drop!
Website: http://www.citygateoutlets.com.hk/index.html

• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ% > Exit C

Kim Robinson Hair Salon
Address: Shop 106, Chater House, 8 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong
Website: http://www.kimrobinson.com/
Email: kimrobinson@netvigator.com

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit E > Chater House

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Japan Design Hair
Address: 7᰼7¬Õ=ȶWñ260 ੾ʨ¬7ੋ1G (]ઉĶ¤ࢼ)
Website: http://www.japandesignhair.com/

• Prince Edward Station 7¬% > Exit B2 > Allied Plaza ]ઉĶ¤ > Cheung Ling
Mansion ʨ¬7ੋ

Duck Shing Ho Egg Roll ಪŝ੾Xɓਮ
Address: G/F Goldfield Mansion 64 Java Road North Point, Hong Kong JÞÆ=±64 ੾

Tel: +852-2570-5529
Recommended: ¬+઎Xɓਮ, Ć઎Xɓਮ, H`઎Xɓਮ

• North Point Station JÞ% > Exit A1 > Walk pass Kin Bong Building ౵ᢿ7ੋ >
Walk straight till you reach Goldfield Mansion H੤7ੋ

Harbour City ྦ7¼
Website: http://www.harbourcity.com.hk

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A1 > Walk along Haiphong Road ྦDM
and cross the footbridge.

[Can buy Crumpler bags @ 30 Canton Road @ Silvercord ſ7÷಴ Shop 223 @ Level 2]

The Sweet Dynasty MT

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A1 > Opp Marco Polo Hotel =૖=3©


Dragon Centre

• Sham Shui Po Station ࿰AV% > Exit C1

Langham Place

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• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit C3 / E1

Jade Market ሊ&ఓ¤ (10am-5pm)
Jade Street ሊ&ñ (11.30am-2.30pm)

• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit C > Walk along Nathan Road ¬WM to
Public Square Street 1Þñ to Canton Street ĶÆM for 10-15mins.

City Plaza
At Cityplaza, there are many large-scale chain stores carrying children's supplies and
clothing. You can also visit the indoor family entertainment, JumpinGym USA, which is
suitable for all ages featuring a wide selection of entertainment facilities, such as gigantic
mazes, shooting galleries and bowling. The whole family can play their heart's content and
bring home all sorts of great booty!

• Tai Koo Station 7ੱ% > Exit A

New Town Plaza ſ¼ĴĶ¤
In this eight storey shopping mall, there are all sorts of shops and over 50 restaurants to
satisfying your appetite no matter whether you crave some sushi or a sizzling steak.
Outside, there is a large-scale plaza called, “City Art Square”, where you'll find Olympics
Equestrian-themed on display. If you love art, you will surely not be disappointed.
Another must-see attraction is 'Snoopy's World', located on the third floor of the mall.
Featuring over 60 'Peanuts' characters, this is a great opportunity to take pictures and have
a close encounter with the lovable Snoopy. Egg tart is famous in Hong Kong & Macau. The
famous one is #ƅ67. Daily you can see long queue of people waiting for the hot egg
tart

• Sha Tin Station ZE% > Exit A

Lai Chi Kok #RÞ (Best To Go On Sat)

• Lai Chi Kok Station #RÞ% > Exit C > Walk straight till turning right into Tung
Chau West Street ½IJÕñ > Turn right at Castle Peak Road #uM > Go
straight till you see the Hong Kong Industrial Centre sign

G2000 Outlets
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• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit E2 > Good Hope Building (Ground Floor) [÷Þ7
ੋ=¯] OR
• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit B1 OR
• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A1 > Harbour City ྦ7¼ Level 2

Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree V1!@6 (8am - 6pm)
There are, in fact, two Wishing Trees. However, the bigger tree nearer to the road is more
famous. Also called the Spirit Tree, the one near the road was originally used to make
wishes related to our personal life, like career, academics, health & wealth. The smaller
one, nearer to the temple, was used for wishes related to marriage & children. However,
over the years, the rule has changed and people now simply go to, Lam Tsuen Wishing
Tree that is the bigger tree for all their wishes.

To make a wish, one needs to first buy a "bao die" (÷Ð). A "bao die" will have a large
yellow paper on which you would need to write your wish. The paper is then rolled and tied
to an orange. It is then tossed up the tree with hopes of it clinging on to its branches. If it
doesn't hang in three tries, it is said that the wish made is too greedy.

• Taipo Market Station 7RM% Exit A1 > Take Bus No 64K or 65K directly to the
Wishing Tree (Fong Ma Po Bus Stop =ᗯఋ¬%) > Walk opp OR
• Tai Wo Station 7ď9% > Exit A > Take Bus No 64K or minibus 25K directly to
Wishing Tree

Best is to take Bus No 64K as it dropped off at Fong Ma Po Bus Stop =ᗯఋ¬%.

Bowring Street ÷აñ
Like Ladies Market & Fa Yuen Street, Bowring Street is a great place to go to get cheap
clothing.

• Jordan Station vW% > Exit C2

Ma Wan Park Noah's Ark

• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk through the IFC mall to Central Pier
2 > Take ferry to Park Island OR
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• Tsuen Wan West Station ±ƚÕ% > Exit D > Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier

1881 Heritage
Website: http://www.1881heritage.com/flash/#/en/home/

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Walk towards Salisbury Road (Passby
Prestige Tower 14÷಴) > Turn right & take subway (Pedestrian tunnel) next to
YMCA to 1881 Heritage.

City Art Square

• Sha Tin Station ZE%> Exit A > Walk in the direction heading Sha Tin Town Hall.

Goldfish Market ᤼½ñ (10.30am-10pm)
Ensure you have good luck throughout the years with a goldfish bowl from Hong Kong.
Aquariums are popular in Hong Kong because of their perceived luck-bringing quality when
properly positioned in the home. Mong Kok's Goldfish Market on nearby Tung Choi Street
is a favourite source of supply.

• Prince Edward Station 7¬% > Exit B2 > Walk along Prince Edward Road West
towards the direction of railway station for about 15 minutes (Look for Tung Choi
Street ½ȶñ (Goldfish Market ᤼½ñ) & Flower Market Road ᖤMM)

Temple Street Night Market సñTఓ (4pm-12am)
Temple Street Night Market is ordered chaos in action and the perfect place to pick up a
few bargains. Temple Street is awash with rows of brightly lit stalls hawking an astonishing
variety of clothing, pens, watches, CDs, cassettes, electronic gadgets, hardware & luggage.
The busy food stalls offer a range of delicacies including fresh seafood and hotpot dishes to
tempt your appetite. Fortune-tellers cluster at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street, and so do
Chinese opera enthusiasts seeking kindred spirits for impromptu performances. Simply
absorbing Temple Street is a memorable experience.

• Jordan Station vW% > Exit A > Turn right into Jordan Road & turn right into
Temple Street OR
• Yau Ma Tei Station +ˊ=% > Exit C > Walk along Man Ming Lane ໨ƅʅ to
Temple Street

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Ladies' Street ¤ࡥñ (12.30 - 11.30pm)
Be sure and visit the outdoor market on Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok (commonly known as
Ladies’ Market). But, there are more than just ladies' clothes and accessories for sale.
You'll find quite a wide selection of low-priced men's and children’s wear as well as toys.
There is so much to choose from in this fun place to shop.
Fa Yuen Street ᖤĩñ (11am - 9.30pm)
Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok (commonly known as Sneakers Street), is filled with sporting
goods stores, offering the latest, trendiest merchandise. It is a must-go spot if you are
shopping for sneakers and sportswear.
Sai Yeung Choi Street (Argyle Centre) Õ=ȶWñ (༱Þ÷಴) (10am - 12am)
This area is a focal point for AV, electronics & telecommunications products. Cosmetics
shops & boutiques are numerous.

• Sai Yeung Choi Street : Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit D3
• Fa Yuen Street: Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit D3 > Walk along Argyle Street for
3 minutes OR Exit E2
• Ladies' Street: Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit D2 > Walk along Argyle Street s
ጳᒪñ, you'll see Gome Home Appliances Īȉ=& OR
• Bus 1, 1A, 2, 6 or 6A from Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier ÷ZĎ=4¯¬

Stanley Market (10.30am – 6.30pm)
Stanley Market is the perfect place to buy something special for friends or relatives. The
historic lanes in this old fishing village are jam-packed with vendors selling Chinese artwork,
silk collectibles & curios, as well as larger-sized clothing. Plan to stay for a few hours and
sample the fine restaurants in the restored Murray House or along the main street on the
waterfront.

• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit D > Take Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from
Exchange Square Bus terminus, Central

Tai Yuen Street 7Ćñఓᬫ (7am – 7pm)
You'll be pleasantly surprised if you take a stroll along Tai Yuen Street, Wanchai. This is
known as the 'Toy Street', with many stores, offering a wide selection of high-quality, and
low-priced toys. The dazzling variety will make you feel like you are going through a
treasure trove. It is surely a rewarding experience not only for children, but for adults as
well.

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• Wan Chai Station ƚࡳ% > Exit A3 > Cross Johnston Road

Bape Store
Address: 10 Queen's Road Central, Central
Business Hours: 11:00am - 8:00pm
Phone: (852) 2868 9448

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D1 > After exit, turn right then turn left > Walk
straight and you can see Mark & Spencer =ȱ opp > After passing Mark &
Spencer, turn right & walk straight > Along the road, you can see Joyce, New World
Bldg & MacDonald > After passing MacDonald, turn right > Bape is on the left side

Paul Frank Monkey
Address: G/F, 9 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit A > Walk along Matheson Street & turn
into Sharp St E.
• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit D2 (Seibu/Sogo)
• Admiralty Station ᤼ʠ% > Exit F > Near to One Pacific Place (Seibu/Sogo)
• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Walk towards Salisbury Road (Passby
Prestige Tower 14÷಴) (Seibu/Sogo)
• East Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷Æ% > Exit L3 (Seibu/Sogo)

Jardine's Crescent (11.30am – 9.30pm)
A long, packed roadside market great for inexpensive clothing, accessories & domestic
goods. Tiny stalls have goods tumbling off tables & shelves into shoppers' bags. Many
stalls feature hair-related items, bags, women's tops & blouses, fine knits, cell-phone
accessories and household items, & at the end is a small wet market & flower stalls with
very low prices.

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit F

H&M

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• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit D2 > Turn right & walk straight > You will see
Theater Lane ŝßʅ > Turn left > You will see opp is Hing Wai Bldg ॣǏ7ੋ >
Walk along Queen's Road Central ጴč7M÷

Times Square ༭ࡼĶ¤
Every floor in Times Square, Causeway Bay is organized around a different theme.
Children can visit the 9th floor where they'll buy all sorts of brand names in children’s wear,
toys, and books. They'll also find reading materials from overseas catering to diverse needs.
Website: http://www.timessquare.com.hk

• Causeway Bay Station ʤVƚ% > Exit A

Cheung Sha Wan Road Fashion Street ʨZƚM༭¾ñ

• Sham Shui Po Station ࿰AV% > Exit C1 > Walk to Cheung Sha Wan Road
Fashion Street

Li Yuen Street East & West 1ƛñ (Open 10am-7pm)
Find ready-to-wear garments or have them made to order. Featuring great designs, fine
silk & other fabrics, traditional styles & beautiful colors.

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit C > Walk along Des Voeux Road Central ಮᡆM÷
towards Sheung Wan ࠳Ǐ

Apliu Street ªMñ (12pm-12am)
Well known for selling bargain (brand new & second-hand) electrical devices & electronic
products, A/V equipment & telecommunications products. Sharp-eyed shoppers can also
find good deals on antique watches, old coins, & other relics. Apliu Street Flea Market stalls
trade daily between noon & night-time.

• Sham Shui Po Station ࿰AV% > Exit C2 > Walk to Apliu Street Flea Market ª
Mñែᜭఓ¤

Hong Kong Disneyland ᢇ¬#±ĩ
For more information, please visit www.hongkongdisneyland.com

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• Sunny Bay Station M႒% > Disneyland Resort MTR Station ᢇ¬#=ᩞ% OR
• Refer to Transport Department website:
http://www.td.gov.hk/transport_in_hong_kong/access_to_hong_kong_disneyland/in
dex.htm OR
• Refer to Hong Kong Disneyland website:
http://park.hongkongdisneyland.com/hkdl/en_US/tools/transportation/listing?name=
GettingToTheResortListingPage

From the airport - If you wish to travel to Hong Kong Disneyland from the airport by public
transport take the S1 shuttle bus (HK$3.50) from the airport to Tung Chung MTR Station
(app. 10mins). Take the MTR for one stop to Sunny Bay (7mins) then change to the
Disneyland Resort Line & take the shuttle train to Disneyland Resort Station (4mins). The
fare from Tung Chung to Disneyland Resort is HK$12.50 OR HK$11.30 if using Octopus
Card OR takes a taxi from the airport to Disneyland (around HK$100)

Cheung Sha Wan Road Fashion Street
Cheung Sha Wan Road Fashion Street is a great place to pick up the latest fashions at
wholesale prices. Most of the shops can be found between Yen Chow Street & Wong Chuk
Street. The clothes are over-runs from garment factories in & around Sham Shui Po - with a
few rejects thrown in for good measure. Many of the shops are run by fashion-conscious
operators who save the best items for Hong Kong boutiques & overseas buyers. All the
same, you can still find lots of bargains.

• Sham Shui Po Station ࿰AV% > Exit C1 > Walk to Cheung Sha Wan Road
Fashion Street.

Argyle Centre ༱Þ÷಴

• Mongkok Station ༱Þ% > Exit D2 > Turn into the first left > That would be Sai
Yang Choi Street Õ=ȶñ & walk further down

Clock Tower F7ĶᩞɟʠN

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > Walk towards Salisbury Road > Turn
right & take pedestrian next to YMCA to Hong Kong Cultural Centre > Turn right &
walk straight ahead towards the waterfront OR
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• Take Star Ferry from Central Pier (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit A2) or Wan
Chai Pier (Wan Chai MTR Station ƚࡳ% > Exit A1) & follow the signs. The clock
Tower is located next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier.

Kowloon Walled City Park 7᰼#¼1ĩ (6.30am-11pm)

• Lok Fu Station ±T% > Exit B to the entrance on Tung Tau Tsuen Road > Take a
taxi OR
• Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Bus Terminus > Take Bus 1 & alight at Tung Tau Tower
Road (opposite the park).

Avenue Of Stars 4=7M
Website: http://www.avenueofstars.com.hk
A Symphony Of Lights Ķ1ﬨ
Website: http://www.tourism.gov.hk/symphony/eindex.html

Dates: Nightly
Time: 8pm - 8:20pm
*Vantage
Points:
1. Along the Avenue of Stars on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront promenade
2. On the waterfront promenade outside the Golden Bauhinia Square in
Wan Chai
3. Aboard a harbour cruise**
Enquiries: +852-2508-1234
Website: http://www.tourism.gov.hk/symphony

# When Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No.3 or above or Red/Black Rainstorm Warning
Signal is issued at or after 3pm on the Show day, the Show will be suspended. No show
will be staged even if the Signal is removed before 8pm on that day. The show may also be
suspended in emergencies without prior notice.

** For ferry tours, contact a travel agent, hotel tour desk or the HKTB multilingual Visitor
Hotline +852-2508-1234.

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit F > Take subway to East Tsim Sha Tsui
Station ֮% > Exit J > Follow the signs

Ngong Ping 360 ༳¬360
Website: http://www.np360.com.hk/
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Po Lin Monastery ÷ᘉW÷
Giant Buddha =Æ7#
Website: http://www.siksikyuen.org.hk

From Ngong Ping Village, you can take a bus or taxi to explore other parts of Lantau Island,
including the famous stilt houses of Tai O Village, the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland, &
the interesting Mui Wo &# near the ferry pier.

• Catch ferry from Central Pier 6 (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk
through IFC mall) to Mui Wo > Take Bus 2 OR
• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ=ᩞ% > Exit B > Take Bus 23 from Tung Chung Town
Centre OR
• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ=ᩞ% > Exit B > Take Ngong Ping 360 cable car.

Wisdom Path

• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ=ᩞ% > Exit B > Take Bus 23 to Po Lin Monastery >
Follow the HKTB directional sign to Tea Garden > Walk through the hiking trail
from the entrance of Tea Garden for 15mins
The Wisdom Path (formerly known as the Heart Sutra Inscription)
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Madame Tussauds 1ȱ7ࡥMM!
Website: http://www.madame-tussauds.com.hk/
Address: Shop P101, The Peak Tower No. 128 Peak Road The Peak, Hong Kong

• Take the Peak Tram from the Lower Peak Tram Terminus on Garden Road (Bus
15C from the lay-by outside Central Pier 6 or walk from Central Station ÷Ǐ% Exit
J2) OR
• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit D > Take Bus 15 from Exchange Square Bus
Terminus OR
• Green minibus 1 from Hong Kong MTR Station Public Transport Interchange

Discovery Bay െÎƚ
Website: http://www.ddeck.com.hk/eng/home.htm

• Sunny Bay Station M႒% > Exit A > Take Bus DB03R
• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ% > Exit B > Take Bus DB01R

The Peak ¬77ఞu (¬7uÜ)
For great continuous unfolding vistas, take the Peak Circle Walk or go directly to the
Lugard Road. Lookout for fabulous views over the harbour. There are more great vistas
from the Lions View Point Pavilion & the viewing terrace at the Peak Galleria, as well as the
Peak Tower Sky Terrace. To be reach by 5pm to watch sunset.

• Bus 15C from the lay-by outside Central Pier 6 to the Lower Peak Tram Terminus
on Garden Road ᖤĩM & take Peak Tram to the Peak (FŀuÜጱƎ࢚༈d
Ф±uÜᑋ=ŝࡥ=|#ࢊ7ఒ20 :8 িʠጱ=|) OR
• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit D > Bus 15 from Exchange Square Bus Terminal
(Tࡕ%Ķ¤ఋ¬5%¤15 Ȃĉmఋ¬Fŀ) OR
• Green minibus 1 from Hong Kong Station Public Transport Interchange (ċT7±
XÆT¤±1 ȂTȂ"ఋ) OR
• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit J2 > Turn right through Chater Garden Wlᖤ
ĩ > Cross Queen's Road Central ጴč7M÷ & to Garden Road ᖤĩM > You
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will pass the Bank of China Tower ÷Ī᪁·7ੋ on your left & St John's
Cathedral àᐏȏీX on your right before arriving at the terminus, at your left.

Man Fat Tsz Temple ࠰#÷ (Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery)

• Sha Tin Station ZE% > Exit B > Walk down the ramp > Passing a series of
traditional houses at Pai Tau Village ล¬1 on the left > Take the left onto Pai
Tau St ล¬ñ > Turn right onto Sheung Wo Che Rd ࠳7ɫɟ > At the end of
this road, a series of signs in English will direct you to the left along a concrete path
and through bamboo groves to the first of some 400 steps leading up to the
monastery. OR alternative route down is to take the path from the lower level. This
will take you back down to the houses at Pai Tau Village by the rail station.

Golden Bauhinia Square ( Expo Promenade )
The ‘Forever Blooming Bauhinia’, standing on the Expo Promenade outside the HKCEC, is
a gift from the Central Government to commemorate the establishment of the HKSAR on 1
July 1997. Near the Golden Bauhinia stands the Reunification Monument. Catch all the
pomp & ceremony of the official daily flag rising at the Golden Bauhinia Square from
7:50am – 8:03am. Enhanced Flag Raising Ceremony is held on the first of every month,
7:45am – 8:13am. It includes a flag raising party, a rifle escort team performance by the
Police Band and the Police Pipe Band.

• Wan Chai Station ƚࡳ% > Exit A5 > Walk across the footbridge > Go right & pass
through the lobby of the Central Plaza > Go on walking across the linking overhead
walkway > Get down to the ground level > Walk towards the waterfront ahead & the
statue & monument is on the left. About 15mins walk OR
• Take the ferryboat from Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier to Wan Chai OR
• Take Bus No. 25A, 25C or 961 to the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
stop.

Jumbo Kingdom
One of Hong Kong's truly unique attractions. Since its opening in 1976 as the Jumbo
Floating Restaurant, it has excelled in the preparation of seafood for discerning diners. The
restaurant, designed like a classic Chinese palace, can accommodate up to 2,300 people.
Situated in Aberdeen harbour, the Jumbo is one of the world's largest floating restaurants &
a tourist icon. The multifaceted Jumbo Kingdom has a "six-star" gourmet restaurant, which
provides excellent quality food featuring traditional Chinese & modern fusion dishes, an
open-deck cafe & restaurant, a wine garden & a tea garden.

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• Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit D > Take Bus 70 from Exchange Square bus
terminus to Aberdeen terminus > Cross highway via subway (pedestrian tunnel) >
Turn right & walk to dock for free boat ride to floating restaurant OR
• Take Bus 75 from Exchange Square bus terminus to Shum Wan Shuttle Ferry Pier
for the free boat ride.

Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple ᯱ7ࡸü (Open 7am - 6pm)
Website: http://www.siksikyuen.org.hk
This is one of the most popular temples in Hong Kong. According to legend, Wong Tai Sin
is able to ‘make every wish come true upon request’. The temple is home to three different
religions: Taoism, Buddhism & Confucianism. The Temple containing Wong Tai Sin’s
portrait is where worshippers pray for good fortune through offerings & divine guidance and
through fortune telling.

• Wong Tai Sin Station ᯱ7ࡸ% > Exit B3 > Follow directional signs pointing to
the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple.

Repulse Bay ²Aƚ
The buses are double decker & make sure you sit in the front & on the upper level. The
scenery on the way to Stanley T½ is so great that you won't like to miss, e.g. Repulsive
bay, the view of Ocean Park cable car & theme park. On the way back, you may take a
different number from what you took just now, as they may go by different route. Also try to
sit with someone (Again on the upper desk & front), but why sit with someone else?
Because there will be many smelly people get on bus at the Repulsive Bay later on. When
you back to Central, you may like to go for a drink at LKF which is just near by.

• Central Station ÷Ǐ% > Exit A > Take Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66, 260 from Central
(Exchange Square) Bus Terminus & alight at Repulse Bay Stop ²Aƚ%. The
bus ticket costs around HK$7.9. As the bus driver doesn't give you change, you'd
better prepare some small money before getting on the bus.

Lan Kwai Fong =1Þ
The cobblestone streets of Lan Kwai Fong are an action-packed fun place to hang out; a
popular loose-tie, hair-down yet upscale dining and entertainment area. Select from a
variety of international cuisines, chat with friends in a bar or dance till sunrise at a nightclub.
SoHo ᗦWȉ#[
The nearby SoHo neighborhood, just off the Central – Mid-Levels Escalator, offers multiple
levels of chic restaurants and a dense concentration of relaxed bars & clubs.
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Website: http://www.ilovesoho.hk/

• Lan Kwai Fong: Central Station > Exit D2 > Walk along Theatre Lane ŝßʅ
& uphill to D'Aguilar Street ಮఈHñ. About 5mins walk to Lan Kwai Fong.
• SoHo: Central Station > Exit D2 > Walk along Theatre Lane ŝßʅ to Queen's
Road Central ጴč7M÷ > Turn right & walk for five minutes, then take the
Central – Mid-Levels escalator

Tsing Ma Bridge #=7B

• Tsing Yi Station #T% > Exit A1 > Take Green minibus 308M to Lantau Link
Visitors Centre 0¯÷಴ OR
• Tsing Yi Station #T% > Exit A1 > Take taxi

*Note: All airport buses cross Tsing Ma & Kap Shui Mun Bridges (HÊྞ1¤ఋ¬"
±%ȃ#=7BďWA᫝7B) *Please double-check with the minibus driver before
boarding, because some buses do not stop at the Lantau Link Visitors Centre.

Sai Kung Town / Sai Kung Promenade ÕV

• Diamond Hill Station ʢ(u% > Exit C2 > Take Bus 92 OR
• Choi Hung Station 1᜔% > Exit C2 > Take Green Minibus 1A to the Sai Kung
town terminus OR
• Hang Hau Station Æੰ% > Exit B1 > Take Green Minibus 101M to the Sai Kung
town terminus.

Ocean Park ྦ=1ĩ
Visitors can purchase general admission tickets from:

- Ocean Park Main & Tai Shue Wan Entrances
- Citybus No. 629 Terminal near Admiralty Station > Exit B (Payable using Octopus Card)
- MTR Customer Services Centre in Admiralty Station
- Online ticket at www.oceanpark.com.hk
- 7-Eleven convenience stores throughout Hong Kong

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• Admiralty Station ᤼ʠ% > Exit B > Board Bus 629 (HKD12) [Can't use Octopus
Card] (5F=¯ᩞ=᤼ʠ%হ᫧čW¤ྦ=1ĩጱT=ఋ¬629 Ȃ
=V=|12 :ĉ|24 :.¯ȚH1ɰ=)

Dolphin Watch
Website: http://www.hkdolphinwatch.com/
Dates: Every Weds, Fridays & Sundays
Time: 0900hrs @ The Kowloon Hotel Lobby
Fare: HK$360 (Adult) / HK$180 (Child under 12yrs)
Email: booking@hkdolphinwatch.com
Reservation: +852 2984 1414

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit E > The Kowloon Hotel Lobby

Tai O Fishing Village 7႒

• Catch ferry from Central Pier 6 (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk
through IFC mall) to Mui Wo, then Bus 1 to Tai O OR
• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ% > Exit B > Take Bus 11 from Tung Chung Town
Centre ÆƑఓ÷಴

Mui Wo &#

• Catch ferry from Central Pier 6 (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk
through IFC mall) OR
• Tung Chung Station ÆƑ% > Exit B > Take Bus 3M from Tung Chung Town
Centre ÆƑఓ÷಴

Cheung Chau ʨ4

• Catch ferry from Central Pier 5 (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk
through IFC mall)

Lamma Island W`E

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• Take a ferry to Yung Shue Wan Pier or Sok Kwu Wan Pier (About 30mins) from
Central Pier 4 (Hong Kong Station ¬7% > Exit E1 > Walk through IFC mall)

OUTLET & FACTORY SHOPS
Hong Kong has an increasing number & variety of outlet & factory shops ranging from
famous brand & designer shops to small shops & stalls selling local goods often produced
for export & often factory overruns or seconds. Detailed below are lists of
(i) Known "famous name" outlet shops & factory shops trading under own brand name
(ii) Other outlets, factory shops & warehouses ranging from those selling luxury designer
brands to cheap locally made export goods, seconds, factory overruns etc
(iii) General streets/districts where outlets can be found.
The list was originally compiled during May 2009 when visits were made to many of these
shops & the list has since been updated in accordance with changes notified to us & during
further visits. The list was last updated in May 2010. Whilst every effort has been made to
verify the accuracy of the list it has not been possible to visit every shop as outlets are
constantly opening, closing & relocating. There is also a recent trend towards "temporary
shops" where premises are rented for only a short period during which intensive sales take
place. THE LIST DOES NOT INCLUDE DETAILS OF INDIVIDUAL OUTLETS IN THE
SHAM SHUI PO MARKETS (CHEUNG SHA WAN ROAD) AREA OR HONG KONG
INDUSTRIAL CENTRE (LARGE FASHION MALL) AT LAI CHI KOK BOTH OF WHICH
ARE MAJOR AREAS FOR FASHION OUTLETS WITH HUNDREDS OF FACTORY
SHOPS, WHOLESALERS & EXPORTERS MANY OF WHICH SELL DIRECT TO THE
PUBLIC. PLEASE SEE COMMENTS UNDER THE SECTION "GENERAL AREAS FOR
OUTLET/FACTORY SHOPS & BARGAIN SHOPPING" BELOW FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION ABOUT OUTLETS IN THESE AREAS. Notification of any additions,
alterations & information such as type of goods/brands stocked to
contactus@hongkongextras.com is always welcome in order that this list can be kept up to
date for the benefit of future visitors & are grateful to all who have taken the trouble to
inform us of amendments. Particular thanks to the Citygate Management Office of Swire
Properties for updated information regarding Citygate Outlets & supplying photographs and
to other outlets who have kindly provided information.
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Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
FAMOUS NAME OWN BRAND OUTLET/FACTORY SHOPS TRADING UNDER BRAND
NAME (alphabetical list) – These are well known often global brands offering discounted
goods through their own outlet shops. These goods are often out-of-season stock and
discounts of 30% to 70% are claimed although a few outlets advertise discounts of 90%;
• Testoni: 232 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• AIX Armani Exchange Outlet: 101A, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Adidas Factory Outlet: G06 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Adidas Factory Outlet: G/F, Blks 1&2, Camel Paint Building, 60/62 Hoi Yuen Road,
Kwun Tong (Located in passageway between Blk 1&2 & Blk 3off Hoi Yuen Road)
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This Adidas Factory Outlet opened May 2009 in Camel Paint Building at Kwun Tong
• Adidas Factory Outlet (Tanka): Level B1, Provident Centre, 21/53 Wharf Road,
North Point (Also Reebok, New Balance & other brands)
• Adidas Factory Outlet: B6, 7/F, Blk B, Hong Kong Industrial Centre & 489/491
Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok
• Adidas Outlet (Tanka): Flat G, 1/F Phase 2, Kaiser Estate & 51 Man Yue St, Hung
Hom (Also Reebok & other
brands)
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Kaiser Estate Building in Hung Hom provides an unusual location for an official Adidas
Outlet
• Aerosoles Outlet: GO4, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Agatha Outlet: 115 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Alfred Dunhill: 244 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Anne Klein: Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St, Central
• Anteprima Outlet: Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

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Anteprima Outlet at Citygate Outlets
• Aquascutum Outlet: 245 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Armani Outlet: Room 2203, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau
• Ashley, Laura: (See Laura Ashley below)
• Athena: Melbourne Plaza, 33 Queens Road Central
• Bally: 213 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Body Shop Outlet: 104 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Body Style (Cosabella Distributor): Room 2202, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee
Wing St, Ap Lei Chau
• Bossini Outlet: G/F Hang Wan Building, 44 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Bossini Outlet: G/F Tai Yau Plaza, 181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
• Burberry Outlet:, 227 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Callaway Outlet: 231 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Calvin Klein Jeans: 117C, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Calvin Klein Underwear: 206 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Cerruti 1881 Outlet: 241 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

Cerriti 1881, a recent addition at Citygate Outlets
• Chevignon: Kowloon Enterprise Building, 12 Bute St, Mongkok
• Chickeeduck Outlet: 275 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Clarks Outlet: 102 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
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Clarks Outlet, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Club 21 Outlet (Calvin Klein, DKNY): 101B Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Coach Factory Outlet: 246 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Columbia Factory Outlet: 278 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Cosabella: (See "Body Style")
• Crocodile Outlet: 101 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai (At junction with Johnston Road)
• Crocs Outlet Shop: L2-254 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

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Crocs Outlet Shop, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Daks: 228 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• DKNY Kids (Club 21 Outlet): 101B Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Dian Von Furstenberg: 205 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Diane Freis: 4th Floor, Unit B, Kaiser Estate Phase 1, 41 Man Yue St, Hung Hom
• Dr Kong Footwear Outlet: 250, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Dunhill: (See Alfred Dunhill above)
• Escada Outlet: 249 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Esprit Outlet: China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Esprit Outlet: Kaiseng Commercial Centre, 4/6 Hankow Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Esprit Outlet: Shop A & B, Basement, Hollywood Plaza, 610 Nathan Road,
Mongkok
• Esprit Outlet: 201 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

Esprit Outlet, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Esprit Outlet: Shops 327/331 & 338/339, Level 3, Sun Yeun Long Centre, Yuen
Long
• Esprit Outlet: Shop 4-48, 2/F Shuen Kam Centre, Tsuen Wan
• Evelyn B Fashion: Grand Prpgress Building, 15/16 Lan Kwai Fong, Central
• Evita Peroni Outlet: 229 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Follie Follie:114 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Gieves & Hawkes: 224 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Giordano Outlet: 279 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
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Giordano opened a new store at Citygate Outlets in May 2010
• Guess Outlet: 103 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Helmut Lang: (See “Space”)
• Tommy Hilfiger: (See Tommy Hilfiger Outlet below)
• I.T Outlet: G01 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• I.T Sale: Shop, 3/F Silvercord Shopping Centre & 72/119 Canton Road, Tsim Sha
Tsui
• Ice Watch Outlet: SK2, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Jones New York: Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St, Central
• Joyce Boutique Warehouse: Room 2102, Floor 21, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lei Wing St,
Ap Lei Chau
• K-Swiss Outlet: G15 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Kate Spade: 220 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Kent & Curwen: 235 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Kingkow Outlet: 257 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Kinji Design Accessories Outlet: 230 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Kookai: (See "Fairton Lables Fashion Warehouse")
• La Compagnie Des Petits Outlet: 258 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Lancel: 217 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Laura Ashley Outlet: 24 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Levi’s Outlet: G17 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Levi’s Outlet: UG7 Olympian City 2, 18 Hoi Ting Road, West Kowloon
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• Mabelle Outlet: 113 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Mango Outlet: G14 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Max & Co: 210, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Max Mara Fashion Group: 210 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

Max Mara Fashion Group outlet store at Citygate Outlets
• Max Mara Fashion Group Warehouse: 27/F Horizon Plaza, 2 Lei Wing St, Ap Lei
Chau
• Miu Mui: (See “Space”)
• Moiselle Outlet: 246 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Moiselle Warehouse: Room 2206, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lei Wing St, Ap Lei
Chau
• Montee: 25 Old Bailey St Soho Central
• Nautica Outlet: 277 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• New Balance Outlet: G11 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Nike Factory Outlet: G02 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Nike Factory Store: Shop G3 & G5, G/F, Homeworld, Provident
Centre, 21/53, Wharf Road, North Point
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Nike Factory Store, Provident Centre, North Point
• Nike Factory Store: Shop B1, G/F Blk 1, Camel Paint Building, 60/62 Hoi Yuen
Road, Kwun Tong (Located in passageway between Blks 1&2 & Blk 3 off Hoi Yuen
Road)
• Nike Golf: 17 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
• Paradiso Clearance Shop: G/F N.S.K Centre, King’s Road, North Point
• Polo Marco Hiuui Outlet Sale: 386 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
• Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store: 238 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Polo Santa Roberta Outlet Sale: 401 Nathan Road Yau Ma Tei
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Polo Santa Roberta Outlet Sale shop, Nathan Road
• Pompei Warehouse: Room 2213/2214, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing St,
Ap Lei Chau
• Prada: (See “Space”)
• Puma Outlet: G13 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Quiksilver Outlet: G12 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Replay Factory Outlet: 1/F, Site 1, Aberdeen Centre, Nam Ning St, Aberdeen
(Samples & Warehouse Shop – Limited Stocks but large discounts)
• Rockport Outlet: 204 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Safari: 104, Pedder Building, Central
• Samsonite: 252 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Sasa Outlet: 489 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei (Cosmetics)
• Sasa Outlet: Shop A2, G/F, Pak Shing Building, 31/37 Jordon Road (Cosmetics)
• Sasa Outlet: G/F 153 Castle Peak Road, Yuen Long (Cosmetics)
• Seven7 Outlet: 105, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Shanghai Tang Outlet: Shop 97 & 017, Level 5 (Non-Restricted Area), Skyplaza,
Terminal 2, Hong Kong International Airport
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One of Shanghai Tang's two outlet shops in Terminal 2 SkyPlaza at Hong Kong
International Airport
• Space: (Outlet Store for Prada, Miu Miu, Helmut Lang), 2/F East Commercial Blk,
Marina Square, South Horizons, Ap Lei Chau (Entrance on ground floor next to
Marina Square East Market - Closed on Mondays)

Space, Prada's outlet shop offers huge discounts although is not in the most convenient of
locations for tourists at Ap Lei Chau near Aberdeen
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• Sunglass Hut Outlet: 223 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Swank Outlet: (See The Swank Outlet below)
• Testoni.A: (See A Testoni above)
• The Body Shop: (See Body Shop Outlet above)
• The Swank Outlet: 222-223 The Mall, Nina Tower, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan
• Tie Rack Outlet: Level 1, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Timberland Outlet: 110 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung

Timberland Outlet, Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Timnerland Outlet: Shop G15, Homeworld, Provident Centre, 21/53 Wharf Road,
North Point
• Tommy Hilfiger Outlet: (Opening 3rd quarter 2010), 117B Citygate Outlets, Tung
Chung
• United Colors Of Benetton Outlet: 320/321, Level 3, Grand Century Place,
Mongkok
• Vivienne Tam Outlet: Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung
• Vivienne Tam Sale Shop: 103A Park Lane Plaza, Causeway Bay

FACTORY OUTLETS/DESIGNER OUTLETS – These range in variety from shops selling
luxury goods at discount prices in prestigious shopping malls to small shops selling locally
produced goods often intended for export. Brands include famous brands, less well known
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designer fashion labels & at some outlets goods may be seconds with slight defects or
excess production. Many of the smaller shops are located at street level, upstairs in office
buildings or in markets & may not have facilities or allow clothes to be tried on before
purchase. Goods should be inspected carefully before purchasing;
• 1304, Harbour Centre 1: Hok Cheung St, Hung Hom (Walter Ma & other Hong
Kong brands)
• 702, Phase 2 Metro Centre: 21 Lam Hing St, Kowloon Bay (Children’s fashion)
• ABC Golf Outlet: 19 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road Causway Bay (Discount
golf clubs, clothing & accessories)

ABC Golf Outlet is one of three golf outlets at Leighton Centre in Causeway Bay
• Absolute Outlet: 205 The Arcade, Cyberport Road (Homecare)
• Acetex: 9/F Far East Finance Centre, Admiraly (European designer clothing &
footwear)
• Alena Outlet: 24A Granville Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui (Casual fashion &
accessories)
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• Alice Apparel: 31 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road. Causeway Bay (Ladies
smart casual fashion)
• Apex Outlet: 46 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Converse sports shoes)
• Apex Outlet: 47 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Sports shoes)
• Apex Outlet: 62 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Sports shoes)

This Apex sports outlet at number 62 is one of three on Granville Road
• Babila Outlet: G/F 609 Nathan Road, Mongkok (Handbags, Accessories, Leather
Goods, Luggage)
• Baby Mart: 10/F Wing Ming Centre, 15 Cheung Yue St, Lai Chi Kok (Discount baby
products & baby wear)
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• Baby Outlet (Mama Bebe): Room B, 22/F Gold Swan Commercial Building, 438
Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay (Discount baby & maternity supplies & baby wear
including well known brands) www.mamabebe.com.hk
• Baby Outlet (Mama Bebe): Room 1103, 11/F 38 Plaza, 38 Shan Tung St,
Mongkok - Above KFC (Discount baby & maternity supplies & baby wear including
well known brands)
• Bass Mass: 73 Chatham Road South, Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Ladies
clothing & shoes)
• Betty Collection: 50 Stanley St, Central (Well known mainly womens brands)
• Betty Collection: 22 Tai Yuen St (Inside Wanchai Market), Wanchai (Well known
mainly womens brands)
• Betty Collection: 3 Canton St, Causeway Bay (Well known mainly womens brands)
• Bill Chun Export Fashion: 5 Lie Yuen St East, Central (Ladies casual fashion)
• Bluebell Fashion Warehouse: Room 2201, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing
St, Ap Lei Chau (Paul Smith, Blumarine, Moschino)
• Boutique Unigate: Shop 405, Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St, Central (Famous
brand outlet)
• Brands Boutique: 41 Hollywood Road, Central
• Button Hole: 58/60 Peel St, Central (Rapid stock turnover of well-known designer
brands, shoes, bags, jewellery, accessories & unique clothing)
• Can Can: 43F Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Ladies fashion years 17-35)
• City Chain Outlet: G16 Citygate, Tung Chung (Jewellery, watches, gifts,
accessories)
• Cyrene: Austin Tower, 22/26 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• D-Mop Sale Shop: 33 Chatham Road South, East Tsim Sha Tsui (Trendy fashion)
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D-Mop Sale Shop on Chatham Road South offers discounts of up to 90% on trendy fashion
• Daniela Cardia Outlet: 317 The Arcade, Cyberport Road (Ladies shoes)
• Designers Express: Shop 4, Po Wah Building, 56E Queens Road East, Wanchai
(Entrance On Landale St) (Discount designer fashion outlet)
• Designers Plus: 13/F, Chung Ming Commercial House, 16 Wyndham St, Central
(Famous designer brands)
• Diana Boutique & Factory Outlet: Shop 606A, Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St,
Central (Designer fashion)
• Dickson Outlet: G22 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung (International designer brands
include Miss Sixty, Von Dutch, Energie, Replay, Modello, Hush Puppies, Escada)
• Dickson Warehouse: B208 Panda Place, Panda Hotel, Kwan Mun Hau St, Tsuen
Wan (International designer brands include Miss Sixty, Von Dutch, Energie, Replay,
Modello, Hush Puppies, Escada)
• Dizen: Envy Plaza, 656 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok (Ladies fashion)
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Dizen factory outlet is located on Castle Peak Road at Lai Chi Kok opposite Hong Kong
Industrial Centre which has hundreds of wholesale and export shops selling to the public
(see "General areas for outlet/factory shops & bargain shopping" below)
• Dorfit Ltd: Room 601, 6/F Mary Building, 71/77 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Good
quality adult & children’s knitwear, pashminas & accessories)
• Dorfit Ltd: 6/F, Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St, Central (Good quality adult &
children’s knitwear, pashminas & accessories)
• Dress Code: 4 Gresson St, Wanchai (Discount designer fashion outlet)
• Export Garment Centre: 200 Fa Yuen St, Mongkok
• Export Garment Outlet: 29 Chatham Road South (Mainly ladies casual fashion)
• Export Garment: 11 Tai Yuen St, Wanchai (Mainly ladies casual fashion)
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• Extravaganza: (Discount designer fashion & accessories outlet), Numerous
Locations - See Website For Details : http://www.extravaganza.ws/main.html
• Fairton Labels Fashion Warehouse: Room 1910, Floor 19, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee
Wing St, Ap Lei Chau (Kookai)
• Fashion 2 Outlet: 320 The Arcade, Cyberport Road (Designer fashion, kids wear,
accessories & luggage)
• Fashion Wholesale: 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok - Mext to Lai Chi
Kok MTR Station Exit A (Ladies fashion)

Fashion Wholesale next to Lai Chi Kok MTR Station sells wholesale ladies fashion direct to
the public. This location is 5 minutes walk from Hong Kong Industrial Centre, a large outlet
mall on Castle Peak Road (See below "General Areas for outlet/factory shops & bargain
shopping")
• Fast Fashion Warehouse: 28 Li Yuen St West, Central (Casual adult fashion)
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Fast Fashion Warehouse in the "Lanes of Central" offers cheap export garments &
accessories
• Figaro: Shop A, Kolling Centre, 77 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Ladies fashion)
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Figaro on Granville Road sells good quality ladies fashion
• Figure Toy Novelty Export & Wholesale: G/F 73 Fuk Wing St, Sham Shui Po
• First Lane: 1/4 Jubilee St, Central (Sleepwear, infants & children’s wear)
• Fritter Outlet: Flat B, 11/F, Lucky Horse Industrial Building, 64 Tong Mi Road,
Mongkok (Famous brands including Adidas, Nike, Puma, Levis)
• Fun To Read Book Outlet: 30 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
(Discount children's books)
• Funny House: G/F Bowie Mansion, 49 Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Outerwear,
accessories, ladies fashion)
• Gardo: 25 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies fashion)
• Golf Town: 16 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Golf clubs,
clothing & accessories)
• Hang Ten: 31 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Happy Outlet: 31 Chatham Road South, East Tsim Sha Tsui (Shoes, boots, gifts)
• Harbour Co Export Farment Outlet: 29/31 Chatham Road South, East Tsim Sha
Tsui (Mens & womens casual wear)
• Hobby Outlet: 69 Fuk Wing St, Sham Po (Toys & hobbies - Mainly Japanese
brands)
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• Ice Fire Outlet Shop: Shop LG11, Kowloon City Plaza, Carpenter Road, Kowloon
City (Casual sports wear including Bobson, Scene, Champion, Salty Dog, Vans)
• In & Cute: 12 Li Yuen St East, Central (Young ladies fashion)
• In & Out: 491/499 Lockhart Road, Wanchai (Adult casual fashion)

In and Out have several factory outlets shops including this one on Lockhart Road in Wan
Chai
• In & Out: 80 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Adult casual fashion)
• In & Out: Far East Consortium Building, 204/206 Nathan Road, Jordon (Adult
casual fashion)
• In & Out: 585 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei (Adult casual fashion)
• In & Out: 62 Jardine’s Bazaar, Causeway Bay (Adult casual fashion)
• In Fashion: 20 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Isisix: C2-9, G/F Blk C, Hong Kong Industrial Building, 489-491 Castle Peak Road,
Lai Chi Kok (Wholesale handbags)
• Isisix: A1-8, G/F Blk A, Hong Kong Industrial Building, 489-491 Castle Peak Road,
Lai Chi Kok (Handbags)
• Isisix: A2-17, G/F Blk A, Hong Kong Industrial Building, 489-491 Castle Peak Road,
Lai Chi Kok (Handbags) http://www.isisix.com
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Isisix whose factory is in China have three wholesale outlets open to the public at Hong
Kong Industrial Centre. For more information about Hong Kong Industrial Centre see
"General areas for outlet/factory shops & bargain shopping" section below)
• JJ: , 45J, Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Cheap ladies casual wear)
• Kansas: Hung Hom Square, 36 Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Jeans, leather
goods, accessories)
• Kathy: Upper Floor, 30 Stanley Main Street, Stanley (Stanley Market) (Children’s
wear)
• Kei Fung Leather Jacket Factory Outlet: Room 901, 9/F Kowloon Bay Industrial
Centre, 15 Wang Hoi Road, Kowloon Bay (Leather fashion)
• King Sports Outlet: Flat A, 2/F, Blk 1, Camel Paint Building, 62 Hoi Yuen Road,
Kwun Tong (Adidas & other brands sports shoes, tee-shirts & accessories)
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• Label L’Express Ma: 3/F 543 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
• Label Plus: Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central
• Lai Sing: 48 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
• Lane Crawford Warehouse: 25
th
Floor, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lei Wing Street, Ap Lei
Chau

Lane Crawford, Hong Kong's leading department store offers large discounts on top
designer brands at its warehouse store at Horizon Plaza in Ap Lei Chau
• Leather Jacket Outlet: 403, Blk C, Hong Kong Industrial Centre, Cheung Sha Wan
Road, Lai Chi Kok (Leather fashion)
• Lily Shoes & Handbags: 29 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
(Shoes, handbags & accessories)
• Liz: Inside Kimberley Mansion, 15 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Liz: 42 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay
• Liz & Meg: 28 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies casual)
• Lok Wah: 135 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
• Lotus Baby Care Centre: Shop D3, 5/F, Hong Kong Spinners Industrial Building,
601 Tai Nan Street West, Lai Chi Kok (Baby care & maternity products)
• Luen Fat: 26 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• M2 Fashion Outlet: 312 The Arcade, Cyberport Road, Cyberport (Ladies fashion)
• M.O.D: 118 Nathan Road (At junction with Kimberley Road), Tsim Sha Tsui (Luxury
brands including Armani, Fendi)
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• Magic Wardrobe: Shop 74, Admiralty Tower 2, Admiralty
• Maple: G/F Trust Tower, 68 Johnston Road, Wan Chai (Womens & mens fashion)
• Marihuana Fashion Warehouse: Room 2216, Floor 22, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee
Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau (Discounted designer brands)
• Mei Kai Export Fashion: 128 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
• Milan King: 1/F, Comfort Building, 88 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Milanciaga: Shop 6, President Shopping Centre, 527/539 Jaffe Road, Causeway
Bay
• Millies Shoes: 23 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Footwear)
• Ming Li Hin: 24 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies
fashion)
• Mint & Lemongrass: 32 Staunton Street, Soho, Central
• *Mix & Match Fashions: Room A19, 5/F, Blk 1, Camel Paint Building, 62 Hoi Yuen
Road, Kwun Tong (Japanese, Korean & European womens fashion, shoes &
accessories - see website www.oceanfalcon.com) * This outlet may now be closed
(awaiting further information June 2010. Website inactive)
• Nei Kei Export Fashion: 128 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
• New Euro: 1/F Kee Shing Centre, 74/76 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Shoes &
bags imported for Asian markets)
• Noble Lifestyle For Pets Outlet: 7 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung
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Pampered pets are catered for at Noble Lifestyle for Pets in Sai Kung
• Optical 88 Outlet: 256 Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung (Eye wear)
Outlet: Shop 12, 83 Wuhu St, Hung Hom (DKNY, Police, D&G, Burberry, Brooks
Bros & other designer brands - availability varies & stocks may be limited)
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Outlet in Hung Hom has a good selection of discounted designer brands
• Outlet 88 Export Garments: 45A Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Ladies fashion)
• Outlet 100: Mezzanine Floor, Trust Tower, 68 Johnston Road Wan Chai
(Wholesale & retail fashion, handbags & accessories)
• Outlette: 348 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei - Also other shops (Menswear, no
designer brands)
• P & S Fashion: 18 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies
fashion)
• Pedder Warehouse: 225A Citygate Outlets, Tung Chung (Shoes & handbags)
• Pisa Outlet: 309 The Arcade, Cyberport Road, Cyberport (Ladies fashion)
• Polo Marci Hiuui: 386 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai (Handbags & accessories)
• Polo Marci Hiuui: 27A Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui (Handbags &
accessories)
• Polo Santa Roberta Outlet Sale: 401 Nathan Road, Mongkok
• Pot Pourri Fashion: 5th Floor, Wong Chung Ming Commercial House, 16
Wyndham Street, Central (Max Mara, Ellen Tracy, Anne Klein)
• Pot Pourri Fashion: 1302, 22 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay (Entrance from rear
at Jardine’s Bazaar) (Max Mara, Ellen Tracy, Anne Klein)
• Ready To Wear Outlet: Room G, 11/F Phase 3, Camel Paint Building, Hoi Yuen
Road, Kwun Tong (Brands include Cerruti jeans, Marina Yachting, Henry Cotton’s,
Moncler)
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• Rightwear Fashion: 16 Stanley Main Street (Stanley Market)
• Rise Top: Shop 401, The Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central
• Rose: Shop 3, The Grandeur Building, 48 Jardines Bazaar, Causeway Bay
• Royal Sporting House Outlet: G/F Blk 1, Camel Paint Building, 60/62, Hoi Yuen
Road, Kwun Tong (Various "famous" brand sports shoes & sports wear including,
Adidas, Nike, Reebok - located in passageway between Blks 1&2 & Blk 3 off Hoi
Yuen Road)

Royal Sporting House Outlet is one of several sports outlets in Camel Paint Building at
Kwun Tong
• RTW Fashion: Blk 1, Camel Paint Building, 60/62 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong
(Tee-shirts & tops)
• Sai Shing Co Export Garments: 155 Hennessy Road, Wanchai (Ladies
fashion)
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Sai Shing Co on Hennessy Road specialise in cashmere export stock
• Sample Fashion: G/F Trust Tower, 68 Johnston Road, Wanchai (Womens & mens
casual wear)
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Sample Fashion, one of several factory outlets on Johnston Road in Wan Chai
• Sample Fashion: Shop G2, Provident Centre, 21/53 Wharf Road, North Point
(Womens & mens casual fashion)
• Sample King: 36/42 Johnston Road, Wanchai (Children’s wear)
• Sample Nook: 30 Granville Road, East Tsim Sha Tsui (Mens, ladies, children's
casual wear)
• Select For You Fashion Factory Outlet: Shop U/G23A, Fisherman’s Wharf, 8
Laguna Verde Ave, Hung Hom (Ladies fashion)
Website: http://www.selectforyou.iyp.hk
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Select for You Fashion Factory Outlet located in the new Fisherman's Wharf development
at Hung Hom can easily be reached by bus 8P from Star Ferry Pier, Tsim Sha Tsui to
adjacent Laguna Verde
• Sequel: 14/16 Gilman’s Bazaar (Off Des Voeux Road Central), Central
• Seven Kee Fashion Import: On Pottinger StepsStanley St, Central (Casual wear,
children’s wear, sleepwear, lingerie, large size designer ballgowns)
• Shirley: 88 Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Ladies casual fashion)
• Shop 15: 15 Stanley St (At junction with Cochrane Street), Central (Wholesale &
retail mainly ladies fashion)
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Shop 15 is a busy outlet shop in the heart of Central
• Shoppers World: Uunit B, 1/F, Han Chung Mansion, 8/10 Hankow Road, Kowloon
• Smart Talents: 42E Johnston Road, Wan Chai (Ladies casual)
• Stanley Rugby Sport: 8B Stanley Main Street (Stanley Market) (Sports wear,
mostly rugby/golf casual wear)
• Stagione: 9 Carnaveron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Men's famous brands)
• Stock Mark: 32A Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Sun & Moon: 340 Queens Road Central (Adult & children’s casual fashion)
• Sun & Moon: 62 Jardine’s Bazaar, Causeway Bay (Adult & children’s casual
fashion)
• Sun & Moon: 19 Carnaveron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (adult & children’s casual
fashion)
• Sun & Moon: 18 Stanley Main Street, (Stanley Market) (Adult & children’s casual
fashion)
• Sun & Moon: 52 Stanley Main Street, (Stanley Market) (Adult & children’s casual
fashion)
• Sun Outlet: 6 Li Yuen Street East, Central (Discount designer fashion)
• Super Sample: 43-45 Johnston Road, Wan Chai (winter outerwear, sleepwear,
casual gowns)
• Suzaya: Unit B, 21/F Roxy Industrial Centre, 58/66 Tai Lin Pai Road, Kwai Chung
(Famous brands – clearance sales held four times a year. Phone 2991 3467 for
advance information)
• Take It Easy: 5B Stanley Main Street, Stanley (Stanley Market) (Abercrombie, surf
& casual wear in Western sizes for men & women)
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• Time’s Sports (Gold Time Group): FHP Shopping Centre, 25A Chatham Road
South, East Tsim Sha Tsui (Sports footwear & clothing)

Time's Sports (formerly Free Sports Outlet) on Chatham Road South
• Togs Unlimited: 8/F Kimley Commercial Building, 142/146 Queens Road Central
(Entrance on Peel Street)
• Toonsland Outlet: Level B1, Provident Centre, 21/53 Wharf Road, North Point
(Baby & children's clothes)
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• TT Outlet: 30 Johnston Road, Wanchai (At junction with Li Chit Street. Smart
casual wear)


TT Outlet
• Tuen Yuen Hong: 44 Pakes St, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Twiggy: 21 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies cashmere
& wool garments)
• Union Shoes: 73 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Ladies shoes)
• Uno Oun: 7/11 Li Yuen St East, Central (Adult & children’s fashion)
• Uno Oun: 148/150 Johnston Road, Wanchai (Adult & children’s fashion)
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Uno Oun's Johnston Road, Wan Chai factory outlet
• •• • Uno Oun: 367 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay (Adult & children’s fashion)
• •• • Uno Oun: 29 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Adult & children’s fashion)
• •• • Uno Oun: 91 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Adult & children’s fashion)
• •• • Uno Oun: 73 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Adult & children’s fashion)
• •• • Uno Oun: 188 Fa Yuen St, Mongkok (Adult & children's fashion)
• •• • Vica Moda: 27 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Fur jackets,
shawls & wraps, pashmina wraps & embroidered cashmere wraps)
• •• • Vica Moda: 6/F, Blk B, Phase 1, Kaiser Estate, 41 Man Yue St, Hung Hom (Fur
jackets, shawls & wraps, pashmina wraps & embroidered cashmere wraps)
• •• • Vigo Fashion: 25/F, Sigi Centre, 23 Jardine’s Bazaar, causeway Bay (Brands
include Country Road, Jaeger)
• •• • Vigo Fashion: Room 601, Tern Commercial Building, Granville Road, Tsim Sha
Tsui (Brands include Country Road, Jaeger)
• •• • Viva Handbags & Shoes: 26 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay
(Handbags, shoes & accessories)
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Good quality discount handbags and shoes can be found at Viva
• VM: Winner Building, 38 Mam Yue St, Hung Hom (Ladies fashion)
• Wah Hing Fashion: 22/23 Johnston Road, Wanchai (Outerwear & womens
evening gowns)
• Wah Lai Fashion: 66 Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom (Ladies fashion)
• Westwood: 32 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (Adult fashion)
• Win Care Leather Garment Factory Outlet: 10/F Blk B, Hong Kong Industrial
Centre, 489/491 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok
• You Yu Shoes: 71 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Yu: 32 Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay (Ladies smart casual
fashion)
• Zeno: Man Cheung Building Blk B, 15/17, Wyndham St, Central
General Areas For Outlets / Factory Shops & Bargain Shopping
• Hong Kong Industrial Centre, Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok: This building has
a large modern fashion mall with 300/400 factory shops operated by garment
manufacturers, wholesalers & exporters most of whom sell direct to the public.
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Hong Kong Industrial Centre houses hundreds of wholesale and export shops selling to the
public
Goods are almost exclusively ladies casual and smart casual clothing, shoes, handbags &
accessories although there are a small number of shops selling other goods such as
watches, gifts & novelties.

Hong Kong Fashion City within Hong Kong Industrial Centre
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The main entrance to the fashion mall is on Castle Peak Road, about 5mins walk from Lai
Chi Kok MTR Station. From Exit B1 at Cheung Sha Wan Road take Tai Nan West Street on
the left & walk to the traffic lights a short distance ahead & then turn left down Castle Peak
Road & enter Blk C of the building at "Hong Kong Fashion City". Shops are on three floors.
Hong Kong Industrial Centre has more factory shops in the adjacent Blks A & B. There are
also factory outlets on the opposite side of Castle Peak Road at Envy Plaza & also at
Cheung Sha Wan Road at Fashion Wholesale Mall, 833 Cheung Sha Wan Road next to
Lai Chi Kok MTR Station Exit A.

Sunny City Fashion in Hong Kong Industrial Centre
• Shan Shui Po Markets Area: This area has about 250 fashion wholesalers,
exporters & factory outlets selling direct to the public & is a major area for "bargain"
shopping for ladies (mainly casual) fashion. The outlets are located on Cheung Sha
Wan Road from its beginning at the junction with Tai Po Road approximately from
numbers 2 to 260 on the north side of the road & from approximately numbers 171
to 269 on the south side of the road. There are also a number of outlets located off
Cheung Sha Wan Road on Pei Ho Street, Kweilin Street & Hei Ho Street. Most
outlets are at ground level although some are located on upper floors of buildings.
The shops along Cheung Sha Wan Road deal almost exclusively in ladies fashion
although there are a few exceptions such as the Leung Tim Choppers Factory Shop
at number 221 which sells a remarkable array of rather frightening implements.
Closest MTR Station Exits are Sham Shui Po Exits A1, B1, C1 & D1.
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Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po is home to about 250 factory shops, fashion
wholesalers & exporters selling direct to the public
• Lee Garden Road Outlets: Lee Garden Road, Causeway Bay (Near Causeway
Bay MTR Station Exit F). Several outlets - mainly casual wear, children’s clothes,
sleepwear, winter & ski wear)
• Johnston Road, Wanchai: About 15 outlet shops on Johnston Road in the area
opposite Southorn Playground. Mostly basic casual fashion
• Granville Road / Chatham Road South, East Tsim Sha Tsui: Several discount
outlets & boutiques with trendy fashion
• Fa Yuen St (“Sneaker St”), Mongkok: Outlet shops selling known Western brands
are located between street numbers 160 to 199 near Prince Edward Road end.
Many other shops selling discount shoes, adult and children’s clothes, young
fashion, jeans, ski wear, cosmetics & body care products. Also numerous sports
retailers selling famous brands sports shoes & sportswear at discounted prices.
When asked, most retailers will allow further discounts to the already discounted
marked prices.
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Fa Yuen Street also known as "Sneaker Street" & "Sports Street" has many famous name
sports shops. Whilst not officially "outlets" these shops offer discounts and a wider range of
products than most outlet & factory outlet shops.
• Stanley Market: Has several factory outlets mostly designer & casual fashion,
children’s & sports wear (Some listed above). A comprehensive list of shops at
Stanley Market can be found here: http://www.stanleymarket.org/
• Citygate Outlet (Adjoins Tung Chung MTR Station): Large modern outlet mall
with about 70 designer/famous name outlet shops (Listed above), restaurants,
café’s & entertainment. Citygate Outlets website: http://www.citygateoutlets.com.hk
• Pedder Building, 12 Pedder St, Central: High-class outlet shops including Italian
& French designer shops, casual fashion & accessories
• Horizon Plaza, 2 Lei Wing St, Ap Lei Chau: Converted warehouse with 150 shops
on 28 floors selling fashion, modern, antique furniture, accessories, books, gifts,
toys & carpets. Major shops include Lane Crawford Warehouse, Joyce Boutique,
Max Mara Warehouse, Moiselle Warehouse.
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Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau
• The Lanes Of Central (Li Yuen St East & Li Yuen St West): Two parallel lanes
connecting Queens Road Central & Des Voeux Road with shops, permanent stalls
& hawker carts. Discount adults & children’s fashion. Shops 2, 3 & 4 Li Yuen Street
East are good for children’s clothes, shops 5 & 6 good for adult clothes. Also
recommended Uno Oun at shop 7/11 (& other shops elsewhere – see above) & In
& Cute at shop 12. On Li Yuen Street West Fast Fashion Warehouse at shop 28 is
recommended.
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Li Yuen Street East which together with parallel street Li Yuen Street West form "The
Lanes of Central" and house a number of factory outlets
• Ladies Market: Tung Choi St, Mongkok - Huge array of cheap mainly casual
clothing of varying quality mainly from local producers & mainland China.
Bargaining is the norm & discounts of up to 60% from the asking price can usually
easily be obtained. Beware fakes.
• Camel Paint Building: 62 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong - A number of sports factory
outlets (Nike, Adidas, King Sports, Royal Sporting House) are located here.
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Camel Paint Buildings, Kwun Tong. Three sports outlets are located in the passageway
between the buildings with more outlets located in Phase 3 building (on the right)
• Provident Centre: 21/53 Provident Centre, North Point - Several factory outlets
have recently appeared here including Nike, Timberland & Adidas.
Theme Park Entrance Fees:

• Ngong Ping Cable Car 1-Way = HK$63 Adults, HK$30 Kids
• Ngong Ping Cable Roundtrip = HK$96 Adults, HK$48 Kids
• Ocean Park = HK$208 Adults, HK$103 Kids
• Disneyland = HK$350 Adults, HK$250 Kids
• Peak Tram = HK$22 Single, HK$33 Return for Adults | HK$8 Single, HK$15 Return
for Kids
• Peak Tram + Sky Terrace = HK$37 Single, HK$48 Return for Adults | HK$16 Single,
HK$23 Return for Kids
• Madame Tussauds = HK$150 Adults, HK$80 Kids (Discount available when
packaged with Peak Tram / Sky Terrace)

Places to Avoid During the Weekends/Holidays (Due to large volume of people)

1. Disneyland
2. Ocean Park
3. The Peak
4. Macau

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Average Time You Need for the Famous Tourist Spots

1. Disneyland - At least 6hrs | Recommended = Opening Time to Closing Time to catch
Fireworks at 8pm
2. Ocean Park - At least 4hrs | Recommended = Opening Time to Near Closing Time
3. Ngong Ping Village & Giant Buddha - At least 2hrs
4. Avenue of Stars - At least 30mins | Recommended = 1hr
5. The Peak - At least 1hr | Recommended = 2hrs
6. Tsim Sha Tsui (Harbour City) - At least 2-3hrs, also depends on amount of shopping
7. Mongkok Markets - Varies, depends on amount of shopping
8. Causeway Bay - At least 2hrs

Electric Socket in Hong Kong

All hostels & almost all hotels use this kind of socket. Some hostels provide adaptors but
some don't. You can buy adaptors in Mongkok or Sham Shui Po. Or buy a universal
adaptor in Singapore before going to Hong Kong.




Macau, Zhuhai & Shenzhen Informations

1) To & From Hong Kong
Hong Kong has two major terminals for Macau-bound travelers: Shun Tak Centre located at
Hong Kong Island & China Ferry Terminal located on the Tsimshatsui, Kowloon. Tourists
can find quite a number of jetfoils, Catamarans and ferries available, run by TurboJET, the
Cotai Strip CotaiJet™ & First Ferry.

a) To & From Hong Kong Island
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The main sea terminal & heliport are located in Shun Tak Centre, on the waterfront West
of Central District on Hong Kong Island. It is above Sheung Wan Station (Mass Transit
Railway) & next to a terminus for buses & minibuses from many parts of Hong Kong,
including the A11 Airbus from the airport. The terminal has passenger wharves & helipad,
booking offices for current & advance sailings and flights, reservation offices of Macau
hotels & travel agents, a branch of China Travel Service, & a Macau Government Tourist
Office Information Counter.

TurboJET (Expensive)
Journeys will take one hour from Hong Kong to Macau & vice versa operating almost 24hrs.
Drinks & snacks are available on board. The ticket prices range from MOP142 in Economy
class on weekdays day service to MOP176 Economy class for night service. Tickets in
Super class range from MOP244 - MOP275, VIP cabins for 4 - 6 persons are available at
prices from MOP976 - MOP1,650. Trips are made between the Hong Kong - Macau Ferry
Terminal (located in the Shun Tak Centre at Sheung Wan) & the Macau Ferry Terminal
(located in the Outer Harbour). For inquiries call Macau (853) 8790 7039 or Hong Kong
(852) 2859 3333. For telephone bookings, call Hong Kong (852) 2921 6688. You can also
visit the website: http://www.turbojet.com.hk

• Sheung Wan Station ࠳Ǚ > Exit D (3
rd
floor Shun Tak Centre)

The Cotai Strip CotaiJet™
The company runs ferry service between Hong Kong (Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal)
& Macau (Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal). Travel time is approximately 1hr. Fares range
from MOP142 - MOP176 for Cotai Class; from MOP244 - MOP275 for Cotai First and from
MOP1,952 - MOP2,200 for Cotai VIP Cabin. Enquiries for schedule & booking please call
HK (852) 2359 9990, Macau (853) 2885 0595, or visit the website:
http://www.cotaijet.com.mo

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A1 > Harbour City Shopping Mall (About
10mins walk) OR
• The terminal can be reached by buses 3C, 14 & 238X

b) To & From Kowloon
The China Ferry Terminal is located on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront alongside Harbour
City, on the Kowloon side of the harbour. It is used for Catamaran sailings to & from Macau,
& is convenient for visitors staying in Tsim Sha Tsui hotels. There are booking offices for
current & advance sailings.

First Ferry (Cheapest Ferry)
Catamarans from the First Ferry offer roundtrip sailings to & from Macau and Kowloon,
arriving at the China Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui. The journey takes about 60-75mins.
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The ticket price ranges from MOP140 - MOP275. For details, please call Hong Kong (852)
2131 8181 or Macau (853) 2872 7676. You can also visit the website:
http://www.nwff.com.hk

• Tsim Sha Tsui Station ÷ZĎ% > Exit A1 > Harbour City Shopping Mall (About
10mins walk) OR
• The terminal can be reached by buses 3C, 14 & 238X OR
• Austin Station |¬®% > Exit F

Notes for travelers:
• Ticket fares are for reference only. Please visit the service providers' websites for
up-to-date details.
• Passengers are advised to be at the terminal at least 30mins before the scheduled
departure time, in order to complete immigration formalities.
• Standby - In the Shun Tak Centre & Macau Ferry Terminal, there are special lines
for standby passengers who want to leave earlier than their ticketed sailings. Except
for holidays & weekends, there is a good chance of getting a seat.
• Seat allocation - In Hong Kong & Macau, seats are allocated after check-in &
immigration.

2) To & From Shenzhen

The Yuet Tung Shipping Co. offers a ferry service between Macau (Taipa Temporary
Ferry Terminal) & She Kou (Shenzhen). The trip takes about 1hr 20mins. Tickets cost
MOP171 for adults & MOP75 for children. Please call (853) 2885 0595 for detail.
TurboJET's service also extends to carrying passengers to & from Shenzhen. The
company offers trips between Macau, Shenzhen Airport Fu Yong Ferry Terminal & She
Kou. The journeys are about 1hr. Ticket fares from Macau to Fu Yong Ferry
Terminal: MOP196-1,776. Ticket fares between Macau & She Kou: MOP171-1,626 (Adults),
MOP75-100 (Children). For more information, please visit http://www.turbojet.com.hk.

Macau ႒᫝ / Zhuhai ǒྦ

• Took ferry near Sheung Wan Station ࠳Ǚ > Exit D (3
rd
floor Shun Tak Centre) >
After alighting from Macau, there will be a row of shuttle bus to the various
casinos > Took bus to casino > From casino, there is free shuttle bus to customs
where you can cross over to Zhuhai > After reaching Zhuhai, shop at the
underground mall next to MRT for the next few hours before heading back to Macau,
take ferry to HK.

Senado Square / Ruins Of St Pauls
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• Catch 3, 3A, 10 or 10A bus from directly outside the ferry terminal. Buses accept
HKD as well as MOP, but do not give change; flat fare of 3.20 for all Macau
peninsula.

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

• Take Bus No 1A,3,3A,8,10,10A,10B,17,28A,28B,28BX,28C,32 > Get off at Macau
Fisherman's Wharf.

Macau Tower

• Take Bus 9A, 18 or 21 > Get off at Macau Tower

Recommended For In Macau


Choi Heong Yuen Bakery Ϭ=E7
• Address: 209 Avenida da Almeida Ribeiro, Macau
Tel: (853) 2835 5966
• Address: 1 Travessa do Matadouro, Macau
Tel: (853) 2833 1166
• Address: 1AB Rua da Ressurreicao, Macau
Tel: (853) 2835 7606
• Address: 118H Av. do Dr. Rodrigo Rodrigues, Edf. High Field Court, Macau
Tel: (853) 2878 7133
• Address: New Yaohan, 2nd Floor, Macau
• Address: Rua do Regedor, Ka Ip Kok, A-D r/c, Taipa, Macau
Tel: (853) 2882 7388
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• Address: A-B G/F, Sun Star Plaza, Block 1, Avenida da Hipodrom, Macau
Tel: (853) 2842 3383
Website: www.choi-heong-yuen.com

Who can resist the aroma of freshly baked Portuguese style egg tarts? Nobody does it
better than Choi Heong Yuen Bakery. Their secret? Fold and roll, fold & roll & continue to
fold & roll over & over again to give the pastry a light, flaky texture. The pastry is then
refrigerated and filled with rich, creamy egg yolk batter. Finally, the egg tarts are baked for
exactly 15 minutes. Only a number of tarts are made each day, so first come first serve.
Also, a must try are their delicious almond cookies.


Café Tai Lei Loi Kei 71±થM±
Address : 18, Largo Governador Tamagnini Barbosa, Taipa Village (Near the bus terminus,
on the corner of Rua do Regedor and Rua Correia da Silva) DࡳఋTZF=18 %
The winning combination of a crisp, hearty, freshly baked bun, together with a tender and
juicy pork chop, makes a truly scrumptious snack. Make sure to be punctuated in order to
taste this freshly baked pork chop bun. They baked & start selling these buns every day at
3pm. Almost all will be sold by 5pm. They sell 300 buns in the weekdays & 600 in the
weekends.
What to Order : V1ਢ (Pork Chop Bun), =Ð (Yin Yeung – Mix of coffee & tea)
• Bus – 11, 15, 22, 28A, 30, 33, 34. Stop at Tin Hau Temple (Taipa Old City Region
(Rua de Cunha) Stop)

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Margaret's Cafe e Nata =୒ᄅ#Uశ
Address: Gum Loi Building, Rua Almirante Costa Cabral =ȄØ஧66 ੾=¯

Some of the richest, freshest, most crispy and tastiest baked Portuguese egg tarts on the
island are found here. Other treats like pies, cakes, quiches and pizza are also available
but Margaret's is by far most well known for their great Portuguese egg tarts.
What to Order : Portuguese Egg Tart
• Bus – 2, 3, 3A, 5, 7, 10, 10A, 11, 18, 21A, 26A, 33
1. Stop at Senado Square. You can ask direction from Macau Tourism at Senado Square
( Yellow Building ) OR
2. With Senado Square on your left side & Leal Senado Building on your right side, walk
straight, cross Av. da Praia Grande (Name of the road), keep walking straight & turn to Rua
Do Dr. P José Lobo on your right side, & then turn to an alley on the left side (Beside CTM
office) once you turn in to Rua Do Dr. P José Lobo. 5mins walk.


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Lord Stow’s Bakery Tಮ&#U
Address: 1 Rua da Tassara, Coloane Island, Macau
The name Lord Stow’s has become synonymous with the best Portuguese egg tarts in
Macau. Buttery flaky pastry shell and rich custard filling, Macau’s version differs from most
egg tarts sold elsewhere. Miss it and you will regret.
We recommend eating steaming hot egg tarts straight from the ovens of Lord Stow’s
Bakery, because they taste twice as nice when piping hot.
What to Order : Portuguese Egg Tart
• Bus – 15, 21A, 25, 26, 26A. Stop at Coloane Village

Macau Bus Route: http://www.i-busnet.com/macau/english/busroute/

From Hong Kong to Shenzhen

Shenzhen ࿰A

• Lo Wu Station ᑞH% > Walk across the border & you’ll reach LuoHu Commercial
City ᑞH¾B¼ > Do bring along your pen to fill up health declaration forms. To
go to Dongmen #ʨ, take Luo Hu (Shenzhen) Metro ᑞH% > Laojie Station ᒪ
ñ% > Exit A OR
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• From Citygates outlet (Opposite Dickson outlet) > Go to North Car Park > Look for
unit B1-16. Journey about 45mins

Private Tour Guide For Macau

Name: Clara Basilio
Tel: +853 2853 0303
Email: clara.bjb@macau.ctm.net

Private Tour Guide For Shenzhen

Name: Cassidy Pang
Tel: (+86) 134 1741 3957
Transport: Public, Bicycle, Private Bus/Van & Car
Email: cassidypy@yahoo.com.cn

To book Macau/Shenzhen tour, you can book from
http://www.ctshk.com/english/leisure/gdhighlights/mt.htm or
China Travel Service (Hong Kong)
1 Branch inside the Airport (After you exit "nothing to declare" door in Arrival hall, if you
can't find it, ASK!)
Open from 7am to 10pm
Rates/Tickets: http://www.ctshk.com/english/ticket/admticket_hk.htm
Complete List of Branches in HK: http://www.ctshk.com/english/aboutus/local.htm
CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.

If you need maps or informations, you can either email or go to:

Hong Kong Tourism Board
9 Temasek Boulevard
#34-03 Suntec Tower 2
Singapore 038989
Main Line: 63365800 / Fax: 63365811
Email: sinwwo@hktb.com

Prepaid SIM Card With FREE IDD Service

There are plenty of prepaid mobile services in the market. In Hong Kong, all you need is
just go to 7-11 & immediately you can get a SIM card & start to make call or receiving call.
There is the IDD Talk Stored Value SIM Card from Peoples, which I find that most suitable
for tourists, expats & other foreigners. Why is that so? Because it provides Free IDD to 30
Countries/Destinations, including China. That means basically you can make a phone call
to your home countries & that is being charged for local call (About HKD 0.25/min). The
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SIM card itself just costs HKD60 with HKD58 value inside or buy a HKD98 with HKD98
value inside. Pretty a good deal. So why pay roaming charge to call back your home while
you are having fun in Hong Kong?
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All About Electronics

DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM ELECTRONICS STORES ALONG NATHAN ROAD.
THIS IS THE GOLDEN RULE.

If you’re going to buy a camera/lens below P20k, rid yourself of all the hassles, worries &
warranty concerns.

Apple has a universal price worldwide but US has a significantly lower price. As for HK, the
difference is not that big. For reference, you can visit Apple Hong Kong's Online Store.

Bottomline: YES, MOST ELECTRONICS (Laptops/Digicams) ARE CHEAPER IN HK.
However, there’ll always be risks in buying electronics abroad, Hong Kong is not an
exception. If you think you’re willing to take the risk of buying a very expensive item like
laptops abroad including the risk of getting taxed upon return to your country, go ahead. A
lot of brands DO NOT have international warranties which means when you’ve a problem,
you cannot have them fixed in your country. Lenovo & Asus as far as I know, have
international warranties. Rarely do you find the same case for digital cameras.

How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off:
• Before going to HK, know the item you want to buy & the price of the item in your
country & in the US (i.e. Amazon.com).
• Do not enter a store with zero knowledge of your target item, you’ll be victimized by
"sales talk". Do your research at home.
• Do not let store staff open sealed items when you don't have intentions of buying
the item yet.
• Do not give your credit card or money until you’re in possession of a brand new /
sealed version of the item.
• Check your item thoroughly after paying & check if the box includes everything it
should have.
• If an item suddenly becomes out of stock, leave the store immediately & ignore their
explanations.
• Avoid stores with no locals inside or stores with aggressive & "friendly" staff on the
lookout for customers.
• If the price is too good to be true, chances are, it is.

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Risk Evaluation:

• Stores Inside Big Shopping Malls - Low Risk but prices are similar to your country
• Stores Along Nathan Road - Extremely High Risk | Avoid at all costs
• Around Causeway Bay (Excluding Windsor House) - High Risk | Mostly Unsafe
• Wanchai Computer Center - Low to Medium Risk
• Mongkok (Sai Yeung Choi) - Low to Medium Risk

Here are the recommended stores but BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK. I’m not responsible for
any mishaps you might encounter.

Where To Buy Digital Cameras / Accessories
• Kam Fai Electronics, Mody Road (Nathan Road Side), Tsim Sha Tsui
• Suntek Electronics, Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
• Wing Shing or Man Shing in Mongkok (Sai Yeung Choi Street)
• Big chain stores such as Fortress, CMK, Hollywood, Broadway & Coxell
• DC Career, 298 Computer Mall, Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
• DG, Shop 162, Wan Chai Computer Centre, Wanchai MTR Exit A4
• Sim City, Mongkok (Corner Sai Yeung Choi & Shantung Streets)
• New Sankyo, Near Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Tsim Sha Tsui

Where To Buy PSP/DS/PS3 & Other Gaming Consoles
• Atatbo Game Shop, Shop 15, Golden Shopping Centre, Sham Shui Po
• Golden Computer Arcade, Sham Shui Po

Where To Buy Computer Related Electronics Including Laptops
• Golden Computer Arcade, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
• Wan Chai Computer Center, Wanchai, HK Island
• Mongkok Computer Center

Where To Buy Toys / Models / Anime-Related Stuffs
• CTMA CENTRE, Sai Yeung Choi St., Mongkok
• Kwong Wa Street, Mongkok (Intersection of Tung Choi & Dundas Street)
• Yin Choi Street, Mongkok


Where to Buy Audio/Video, Home Theatre Equipments
• Tim Chi (Grandcastle Commercial Center)
• 2T Sai Yeung Choi Street South
• Mongkok MTR Sai Yeung Choi Exit
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• SHUN CHEONG RECORD Co., Ltd
Room 801, Bank Centre, 636 Nathan Road
Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 2332-2398

Where To Buy Clothes
• Malls - Times Square, Harbour City, Langham Place, Citygate Outlet Mall,
Silvercord Mall, Sogo
• Granville Road & Granville Circuit
• Causeway Bay - Island Beverly, etc
• Mongkok - Ladies Market, Argyle Centre, Mongkok New Town Mall beside Argyle
Centre
• Baleno, Bossini, Giordano, H&M, Uniqlo, Esprit etc
• Citygate Outlet Mall
• Tsim Sha Tsui - Nathan Road, Jordan Road, Canton Road, Granville Road,
Kimberley Road, Sogo, Harbour City, etc.

Malls Summary:
• Harbour City - Medium to High End
• Silvercord Mall - Medium to High-End
• Times Square - Medium to High-End
• Sogo - Cheap to Medium
• Langham Place – Medium
• Citygate - Cheap to Medium
• Festival Walk - Cheap to Medium
• Shatin New Town Plaza - Cheap to Medium
• Miramar Shopping Center - Cheap to Medium

Where To Buy Original Cosmetics / Perfumes & Other Personal Effects
• Sasa
• Bonjour
• Sogo
• Fanda
• Lung Shing, Granville Road, TST

Where To Buy Disney Items
• Disneyland
• HK Airport Terminal 2 Shop
• Trendyland: http://www.trendyland.com/trendyland...land_main.html

Where To Buy Souvenirs
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• Ladies Market, Mongkok
• Temple Street Night Market, Yaumatei
• The Peak
• Side Streets of Tsim Sha Tsui
• Hong Kong Transportation Souvenirs: http://www.80mbusmodel.com/menu-6.html

Where To Buy Jewelry
• There are reputable chain stores like Chow Tai Fook.
You will not necessarily get a better price/product in HK being a tourist with no knowledge.

Where To Eat

If you’ve to eat in a fastfood, Maxim's (MX) is a decent fastfood.

Jollibee Hong Kong - Shop Z4, G/F, Eurotrade Centre, 13 Connaught Rd. (Central Exit B |
Beside World Wide House)

For western restaurants, The Spaghetti House is affordable but decent. The reason why
there are almost no western restaurants listed below is primarily due to the price bracket.
Western food (like Outback & other steakhouse) are generally good but very expensive.

Japanese & Korean cuisine are also famous in HK but again, expensive. For sit-down (non-
fastfood) restaurants, prepare at least HK$100/person.

HK ISLAND

*Lin Heung Teahouse - Authentic Dim Sum Dining Experience
Address: 160-164 Wellington Street, Central (Sheung Wan, Exit E2)

Tao Heung Super 88 - Also Great Dim Sum Place
6/F, Windsor House, 311 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay

Yung Kee - Famous for Roasted Geese & Goose / Dim Sum
32-40 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong (Central Exit D2)

Tsim Chai Kee - Wanton Noodles
98 Wellington Street, Central. You can get there from Central, Exit D1

Maxim's Palace City Hall Dimsum - City Hall, Central, Exit J2

Tai Cheong Bakery - 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
Tai Cheong Bakery - Jardine's Bazaar Street, Causeway Bay (more accessible by MTR)

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R66 Revolving Restaurant - http://www.r66.com.hk/

*North Point Cooked Food Center (Seafood) - 99 Java Road, North Point, Exit A1

Cafe Deco & Peak Lookout - The Peak, Central

Delicious Kitchen - 9-11B Cleveland St, Causeway Bay

Dining in Causeway Bay - Inside Sogo/Times Square/Windsor House, Jardine's Bazaar
Street & Jaffe Road

Joy Hing Pork BBQ ñᕹᅭᕛశ - Block C, G/F, 265-267 Hennessy Road Wan Chai

Kowloon

Australian Dairy Company (Breakfast Place) - 47 Parkes St., Jordan (Jordan Exit C2)

Famous Street Food - ᓖm"#శ 55 Dundas Street Corner Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok

Taiyaki Balls - Japan Boat Shop G/F, 45 Dundas Street, Mongkok

Taho Store - Shop C, G/F, 124-128 Portland Street, Mongkok

*Long Kee Noodle Shop - G/F, 10 Hak Po Street, Mongkok

MOS Burger / Moon Kee Dessert / Honeymoon Dessert - Langham Place, Mongkok

Tao Heung Restaurant - Shop B, 3/F., Grand Tower, 639 Nathan Road, Mongkok
(Mongkok, Exit E1)

Modern Toilet - 220 Portland Street, Mongkok (Mongkok, Exit C3)

Eat Together - Scattered around Mongkok / Yaumatei / Sham Shui Po

Ho Choi Restaurant - 530 Nathan Road (Yau Ma Tei, Exit A2)

Claypot Rice - 46 Arthur street (Yau Ma Tei, Exit C)

Yuen Kee Fastfood - 18B Granville Rd, TST & 12-14 Humphreys Ave, TST & Kimberley
Road, TST

Triple-O Burgers Citysuper, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
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Tao Heung Super 88 - Silvercord Mall, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Ho Choi Restaurant - Silvercord Mall, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Din Tai Fung - Silvercord Mall, Canton Road, TST

Happy Together Dessert - Shop 2, G/F, 5-6 Hau Fook cor Carnarvon Road, TST

Wanton Noodles - 45 Hau Fook cor Carnarvon Road, TST

Spring Deer - Best Peking Duck - 42 Mody Road, TST (HK$280/Duck)

Tsui Wah - 2 Carnarvon Road, TST

Tsui Wah - 77 Parkes Street, Jordan

Wanton Noodles - 277 Temple Street Corner Austin Road, Jordan

Hang Fa Lau Dessert - Shop A, G/F, 9 Lock Road, TST

Tao Heung Super 88 - 2/F., Nathan Hotel, 378 Nathan Rd., KLN

* = Featured in Anthony Bourdaine's No Reservations Hong Kong Episode

Affordable Dimsum = Lin Heung, Ho Choi & Tao Heung

Reminders

If you’re not sure of something, ASK! Do not be afraid to ask for help from the locals, use
English.

Pack Light as much as possible. Bring comfortable shoes for long hours of walking.

Do not forget to bring basic medicine (Loperamide/Paracetamol) & muscle pain ointment for
long hours of walking.

When you’re taking the escalator or the Walkalator, always remember to stay on the RIGHT
SIDE if you do not plan to walk. Left side are always for those in a hurry.

The Smoking Ban, as it is commonly referred to, bans smoking indoors in restaurants,
workplaces, schools, karaoke lounges, as well as beaches, swimming pools, sports
grounds & public parks. The ban came into force on 1 January 2007.
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Don't get picked by pickpockets - always keep an eye on your belongings. They even work
in teams, sometimes even involving a vehicle to suddenly stop in front of you while
someone else does the lifting! I’ve also known an unsuspecting tourist shopping in a store
who set his backpack down to try on some jeans and afterwards his wallet was missing!
Remember! Their hands are faster than your eyes!

Watch out for how much the taxi-driver charges you. There are some taxi drivers in sheep's
clothing. They either trick the meter, go the long way, or cover up the decimal point of the
fare on the meter. The safe thing is to know how much it should cost & also get a receipt
from the driver. If they can't give you a receipt, copy down the licence number & the driver's
name (Shown on the dashboard). But then just a small percentage of the taxi-drivers are
wolves.

Don't buy electronic products without marked prices: (This is probably the biggest tourist
trap here into which many have fallen) Many of the shops on Nathan Road in Kowloon
selling electronic products don't display the prices on the items. Many tourists have been
scammed or cheated. One ploy is to give you an unbelievably good price, after they have
your money, they say they’re out of stock, offering you another item but at an outrageous
price. Some tourists have said that even calling the police did not help.

Watch out when doing anything with a rickshaw: even taking a picture in, with, at, or even
OF a rickshaw will cost you money! So settle on the price with the driver BEFORE you click
that camera! There is no fixed price on the ride or a picture, but it is said that a picture costs
HK$10 - $HK20 (US$1.25 - US$2.50).

Look both ways before crossing a street: If you’re from a country where the traffic goes on
the right, you will want to pay special attention to this since in Hong Kong when it comes to
traffic, left is right & right is wrong! Besides, pedestrians don't necessarily have the right of
way - at least many drivers think that.

Take along a pack of tissue & a windbreaker: a lot of indoor places & vehicles can be very
cold with the air conditioning at full blast (even in winter), so take along a windbreaker.
Except for more expensive ones, many restaurants don't provide napkins. Have a pack of
tissue handy.

Getting mistaken for "I.I."s - I.I. is short for illegal immigrants. If you look Asian, be sure to
carry your passport with you. It is required by law for everyone to carry either one's Hong
Kong ID card or passport. Police officers routinely stop people on the street to check for ID.
There is no "probable cause" clause that I know of. As long as you don't look right, you
could be stopped & checked.

Avoid buying cooked food from hawkers pushing a little cart.
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Beware of those Chinese Herb/Medical shops which they will bring you during City Tours.
They will offer you FREE medical checkup, once you go & see the doctor, after seeing
doctor, before you know it, they grind all the herbs for you already for you to buy. Since all
mixed, you’ve no choice but to buy those over priced herbs which you might not even know
what it contains. Seen at other forums that if you claim never bring money, they’ll go all the
way to your hotel to collect money. Just don’t go into the shop even if got lots of *Fake*
freebies.

Weather Seasons

Hong Kong's weather is mainly hot & humid. Best time to visit, is November - February.
November - January, usually around 20 degrees celsius, not much rain, sunshine most of
the time, & not humid. It's a wonderful time to visit. February can get quite chilly, and there
have been a few 9 degrees in the past 2 years in February. But if you are coming from a
cold weather country, then it would not be a problem for you!

March starts getting a little warmer again, but starts to become quite humid, & begins to
have more rainfall. April - June are the wettest months, & most humid. Breathing practically
becomes unbearable in polluted areas like Central, Causeway Bay, & Mongkok.

July - September is typhoon season, although it hasn't had many terrible typhoons in the
last 3 years. But the temperature rises to as high as 34 degrees!

October is still warm, but cooler than summer months, & still some rain.
Hong Kong during a sales period is a complete retail therapy course! During the winter (late
December - February) & the summer sale (July - September) major discounts are available
for the avid shopper. Avoid October due to higher price. Flights & hotels price will go down
in November.

What To Wear When

7 Day Weather Forecast can be found here -> http://www.hko.gov.hk/wxinfo/currwx/fnd.htm

Mid-20 degrees and above: Summer / Comfortable clothes
Near-20's to Low 20's: Long Sleeves / Sweaters
15 degrees and below: Jacket / Thick Jacket

How To Get A Cheaper Ticket To Macau

Under such economy circumferences, must find all means to save money & the same time
enjoy maximum fun. Here are a few useful tips on getting a cheaper ferry tickets to Macau
from Hong Kong.
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1) Get the tickets on the spot for the immediate ticket at the ferry terminal at Hong Kong
Island. Usually the agencies will sell the tickets that have allocated to them at a discount
price. So you can get the ticket & get on board immediately.

2) Buy with VISA, as shown below, if you buy the ticket with Visa card with the machine,
you enjoy a discount.

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3) If you like the dog racing, you may consider to join the dog racing club, you enjoy the
dog race package & many coupons.


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Rest assure, you will be having this high speed ferry if you get the ticket from the pier at
Hong Kong Island side (Where all the tips above apply).


All You Need To Know About HK Taxi System: Taxi Fare From Hong Kong
International Airport

A taxi is an ideal vehicle for short-runs. There are three colors of taxis in Hong Kong. Red
ones can cover most Hong Kong destinations except Tung Chung Road & roads in south
Lantau Island. Green cabs run around in New Territories & on some appointed roads on
Lantau Island. Blue taxis serve most destinations on Lantau Island. If you are planning to
go to New Territories or Lantau Island, choose a green or blue taxi as more reasonably
priced than red. All the taxis can touch Hong Kong International Airport but may not be
available in Discovery Bay.
Note: If your journey covers the Lantau Link, you are required to pay an extra toll fee of
HK$30 even to downtown or Lantau Island. And if you using toll tunnels, the extra fee is
also your responsibility
Hong Kong taxi prices:
Price Red Taxi Green Taxi Blue Taxi
Flag-down-rate (for the prior 2km(1.24 miles)) HK$15 HK$12.5 HK$12
Every 0.2km (0.12 mile) or one minute waiting HK$1.4 HK$1.2 HK$1.2
One piece of luggage (exclude portable luggage) HK$5 HK$4 HK$5
One pet HK$5 HK$4 HK$5
Reservation through telephone HK$5 HK$4 HK$5
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To avoid problems, always get your destination written in Chinese on a card. Be sure to
bring loose change instead of HK$500 & HK$1,000 bank notes. Taxi drivers are not obliged
to make change. Get on & off cars on the left side of the street.
Roads with painted double yellow lines are forbidden zones for picking up passengers; you
cannot take a taxi here. During rush hours, taxis may stop in front of some hotels. Always
ask for the bill before leaving the taxi as the car number is listed on it. If you’re not satisfied
with the service or you left something in the car, you can complain through (852)28899999.
Depending your destination & place of alight, you may only take some of the taxi. For
example, if you are from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) & going to Hong Kong
Island or Kowloon, you can only take the red taxi & the fare charges are shown in the figure
below:


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If you are going to New Territories, then both Red & Green taxi are alright. But only Lantau
taxi for Lantau Island. Places like Disney Land, all can go:


Obviously, you can see that the fare to New Territories for red & green taxi got some
changes, they indicate the range rather than saying red is cheaper than green (Which
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cause the taxi drivers stuck the airport a few weeks ago):


http://www.realdestination.com/hong%20kong/accommodation/
http://www.td.gov.hk/home/index.htm

HK Weather: http://www.hko.gov.hk/contente.htm
HK MTR: http://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/facilities/lm.html
Shenzhen Metro: http://www.chinatouristmaps.com/city/shenzhen/map-2011.html


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