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SEE ALSO Hong Kong fun guide | Hong Kong business hotels | Shanghai shopping guide | Kuala Lumpur shopping guide | Bangkok shopping guide | Singapore shopping guide | Macau guide| Tokyo | Songdo fun guide | Manila fun guide | Hanoi fun guide Lee Tung Avenue - the former Wedding Street - in Wanchai is a reconstituted and gentrified shopping and foodie hub with brand names as well as bargain stalls in surrounding streets/ photo: Vijay Verghese JUMP TO Causeway Bay | Wanchai | Admiralty | Central | Peak, Stanley, Horizon Plaza | Taikoo Shing | TST and Kowloon | Mongkok | Kowloon Tong, Shatin | Kowloon Bay, Telford Plaza | Citygate and Airport duty-free shopping THE Hong Kong shopping experience is always wild, often glitzy, pushy, but never tame.
Odd matter that, as all the latest designer fashion is available in 3D online for personal tryouts and more. Still, charging at bared cameras remains a holy crusade for mall security guards and shop attendants.
Great deals abound, especially during summer and winter sales.Yes, pottering about TST’s fabled “Golden Mile” along Nathan Road, can still be fraught with peril – chiefly bait-and-switch, where the shopper puts money down for one model and is handed another.And your arm can still be twisted, literally, by the handbag sellers of the infamous Ladies Market, Mong Kok.Time was when swindled tourists would camp outside Hong Kong camera stores waving placards and demanding justice – while bored shop attendants picked their teeth – much to the amusement of passersby and newspaper reporters.Today there’s no space for shopper vigilantes and, fortunately, less need, though the city’s jean-clad cognoscenti did arise to protest over a Tsimshatsui store that disallowed locals from snapping their cameras in the vicinity while big-spending overseas visitors were free to shoot.