Shop till you drop! From luxury shops to local market stalls, from mega-malls to boutiques, in Hong Kong you are spoilt for choice.
Bespoke and colourful name art designs, nursery prints and personalised stationery including birth announcements, thank you note cards & family Christmas cards.
Farmer’s Kitchen is an online meat retailer selling 100% grass fed beef and lamb, chilled not previously frozen delivered across Hong Kong. Their aim is to educate people on what they are eating and provide the option of naturally farmed goods over hormone driven goods. Farmer’s Kitchen deliver restaurant quality, naturally farmed produce from Australia …
Find all your favourite Avon products, including the incredible Avon Skin So Soft Dry Oil Body Spray which keeps away mosquitoes, sand flies and midges, smells fabulous and is DEET free! The British Army are rumoured to use it! Products available from Renu directly, at home parties and at many shopping events across HK.
Baerjewels use exceptional quality precious stones, pearls and diamonds to create one of a kind jewellery which is stunning, unusual, stylish and hand crafted in Hong Kong. They will custom make or help you design a piece or you can choose from their range of necklaces, rings, and earrings. The stones are sourced worldwide and …
Basheer has a comprehensive selection of art & design books; no seating for reading is available.
Books and accessories.
Specialty bookshop focused on business books, including business law, human resources, and finance. Bloomsbury Books also carries children’s books.
Book Buddy goes above and beyond with a fun range of storybooks, Novelties, Pillow Storybooks, Workbooks, Flash Cards, Educational Games & Materials, Puzzles, Infant Toys, Stickers and stationery.
This whimsical shop has something to delight princes and princesses of all ages, from infant storybooks right up through reference materials and novels suitable for teens.
BooKanZen is an independent’s children bookshop specializing in quality English language book for both kids and parents. Unlike other bookshops, they tend to keep their books unwrapped to encourage reading and browsing.