Street shopping at Hong Kong

Hong Kong is beyond the fashionable women that we get to see on the streets. Every pretty women walking down the Hong Kong street need no be wearing a Louis Vuitton or Dior, rather much more comfortable, affordable yet fashionable street clothes. From clothes to shoes to bags, the Hong Kong street offers it all. If ever in Hong Kong do not ever miss its street shopping.

Want some trendy tops, shoes or bags that too at a cheap price? Then visit the Sham Shui Po. This market is situated on Cheung Sha Wan road. Here you will find a big variety of bags, right from clutches totes. You can reach there by metro. It helps you alight at Sham Shui Po station; take Exit C1 to Cheung Sha Wan road. You can also get off at Prince Edward Station and make the 15- to 20-minute walk from Nathan Road to Cheung Sha Wan to discover new places.

Mong Kok ladies market is known for the best designer clothes and handcrafted items. This place is famous for lovely shoes shops. You will find tons of shoes around with different colors, different size and different shapes, but sadly at a not-so-cheap-price. To reach the Mong Kok ladies market take the metro and make an exit through E2. Then make your way through the Nelson street. There you will find road signs that will be pointing towards Tsung Choi street ladise market. This place is also close to Sham Shui Po. The quality of products that you will find here are of good quality and therefore it is advisable to not to bargain.

Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po, these two places are packed with tourists. However, Jardine’s Crescent is a place where you will find locals. This is place is like any other street shops but it is a must visit to anyone visits Hong Kong. You can reach to Jardine’s Crescent by taking the metro. Get down at CausewayBay station and take an exit F. For some new and trendy pair of shoes visit the Sneakers street. This street is full of shoes right from limited edition ones to the large size sneakers. You will also see many athletes buying shoes from this street so negotiation is something that is not seen on this street. But you can find the best pair of shoes you want. All you have to do is take the metro to Mong Kok station and make an exit D3. And then just walk along the Argyle street to Fa Yuen street.

Temple street in Hong Kong is known for antique items. This market its built around a temple, hence the name temple street. The best of antiques and utilitarian items are seen at the night market. Also there is beautiful accessories for women that too at a cheap price. You may not get a nice negotiation when it comes to the women accessories, but you may get a good bargain over some nice antiques. Just get the metro and get down at Yau Ma Tei station, make an exit C and then take a turn into the Temple street at the Man Ming Lane. And there you are!