Your Complete Fashionista’s Guide to Hong Kong
2. Tsim Sha Tsui
Personally one of my favorite areas (because I love the flashing lights and hawkers yelling about their deals). Tsim Sha Tsui carries with it a different energy from the rest of Hong Kong due to a large international population. There is a host of luxury shopping centers, well-known brand names, and even a Toys R’ Us.
Be sure to check out the Ming Chueng Shop at Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard. It is in the basement but sells clothing brands like U2, Espirit, Crocodile, and Episode at reasonable prices. Canton Road, Beijing Road, and Granville Road also have an array of clothing brands, cosmetics, and factory outlets.
Shopping malls include Harbour City (luxury brands), 1881 Heritage, SOGO, New World Centre, The ONE, K11, and the Miramar Shopping Centre. Getting to Tsim Sha Tsui is easy. Ride the MTR Tsuen Wan Line into Tsim Sha Tsui. Follow the exit that is designated to wherever you want to go first. The entire area is walkable.
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