The entrance to Camel Paint Building (block 3) is in a small alley. This is a very good place to buy shoes in Hong Kong. Camel Paint Building has lots of different shops if you look upstairs but it is most famous for its cheap shoes. You can get very good prices on...read more
Shopping and eating late into the night are key parts of Chinese society that are well catered for in many cities by “Night Markets”. Hong Kong is no exception and you’ll find a great variety of market choices available well into the small hours.read more
Disneyland Hong Kong: 17 Things You Didn’t Know and much more. Learn about the best ways to get to and from Hong Kong Disneyland, hotels, rides, food, deals and packages.read more
The term Outlet shopping has been around long enough to have been used and misused in a number of ways. The Hong Kong outlets fall into a few different categories, each with their own appeal but catering to different needs. Before setting off on your next outlet shopping expedition make sure you’re clear what you are after.read more
Florentia Village is the leading international luxury designer outlet in Greater China inspired by classic Italian architecture. They have a branch in Kwai Hing in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Just a short MTR trip from TST.read more
Horizon Plaza in Ap Lei Chau on the south side of Hong Kong island is one of those “secrets that everybody knows”. It is a great shopping destination for locals and visitors alike, but hardly advertised or fully described. At the same time, every fashionista in HK and every person who loves interior design is very familiar with these building packed full of shops.read more
Featured FestivalsCheung Chau Bun Festival – It’s only a few years ago they decided to have the procession on the Buddhist’s Birthday so that it always falls on a public holiday and everybody can enjoy.
Chinese Mid Autumn Festival / Chinese Moon Festival is on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. It’s one of the most celebrated festivals in HK. Moon cakes, moon gazing with lanterns are the major events. Several legends are associated with it.
Chinese New Year – Don’t plan any shopping on the first 3 days of Chinese New Year. It’s the most celebrated festival in Hong Kong and most shops are closed for 3 to 7 days.
Chinese Ching Ming Festival – Public transport will be busy on this grave-sweeping day.