Causeway Bay Shopping, Hong Kong

The Causeway Bay district is a colorful community that is all about shopping. From swanky malls and boutiques to mid-range stores and affordable shops, there is something here to suit every kind of budget. This crowded district is packed to the rafters with retail outlets, making it a prominent temple to consumerism. It is also one of the best places to come in Hong Kong for brand shopping. Check out the latest fashions from the catwalks of Japan, Europe and the United States when you visit Fashion Walk, a street of uber cool clothing boutiques that cater for the fashionistas. Those with more modest budgets can find cheaper, but no less gorgeous clothing in Jardine's Bazaar and Jardine's Crescent which are home to a range of budget clothing stores. While you are in the crescent, haggle for great bargains at the small street market. Dotted among the area's clothing retailers are shops specializing in a full roster of goodies, including electronics, computers and home accessories. And there's no need to worry about traffic when you are eyeballing the fantastic window displays, because many of the streets are pedestrianized. You can also forget about the clock as lots of the stores stay open late into the night.
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Causeway Bay Shopping Map

Guide Name: Causeway Bay Shopping
Guide Location: Hong Kong » Hong Kong
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.6 km
Author: vickyc

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