Hong Kong's SOGO, is a high-end luxury department store with everything from coats by the posh UK brand Burberry, to shoes from the fabulous designer Miu Miu. Whatever designer item you're looking for, SOGO will have it. Be careful though, as soon as you enter the exciting atmosphere of Hong Kong's largest department store, you'll be swept up into the intoxicating world of high fashion and luxury goods.
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Shanghai Tang is the perfect place to purchase Chinese and Han inspired chic designer clothing, handbags, shoes, wallets, and other items. At Shanghai Tang, you can find a classic, yet contemporary, Chinese button dress or a lovely Mao and Tang jacket that accentuates your figure. Enter the store that placed Chinese fashions and designer names onto the global stage, and leave with something that is a beautiful meld of historical and contemporary Asian designs.
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If you're looking for art and antiques in Hong Kong, then Hollywood Road is where you want to go. At the centre of the art and antique district in Hong Kong, Hollywood Road has period furniture, exquisite curiosities and delicate pieces of Asian art for sale. Stop by one of the many galleries in the area and see everything from ancient Chinese art to more contemporary creations.
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Liger is a small scale boutique that always has the most up-to-date and stylish fashions. With bold pieces and trendy designs, Liger features both contemporary international labels and less well-known local designers. Along with cute heels and printed skirts, Liger has beautifully crafted earrings, vintage-inspired accessories and edgier pieces fabulous for a night on the town. If you're looking for a chic, stylish boutique, then be sure to visit Liger.
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Ladies' Market, Kowloon
For a shopping adventure, be sure to visit Ladies' Market, Kowloon. Experience the hustle and bustle of street vendors as you find fashionable clothing items, unique souvenirs and funky watches. If you like the atmosphere, you might want to stop off at the nearby Temple street market where you can discover small trinkets and other curios.
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