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Shop till you drop! From luxury shops to local market stalls, from mega-malls to boutiques, in Hong Kong you are spoilt for choice.

Bobby’s Fashions has a long history in Hong Kong of providing locals with the best in tailored suits, tuxedos, shirts and more. They also specialise in creating stylish tailor-made outfits for women. As one of the city’s leading bespoke tailors, featured in the South China Morning Post and the Asian Wall Street Journal, their reputation …
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.  
Bookstore featuring a brilliant selection of adults and children’s books, gifts and accessories. The biggest location has more than 900 magazine titles and more than 20,000 book titles. All locations have a children’s section and some host special children events from time to time. For details of further stores check the Bookazine website.
In addition to the shop in Sheung Wan, BooksMart has an online store.  Delivery is free on purchases over $200.
Made to measure shirts in a variety of styles, cuts and fabrics.  Their store is super stylish and they are branching out into suits and very cool made to measure sunglasses.
A store that specialize in dresses. They carry a wide selection of brand name evening gowns, cocktail dresses, and also day dresses at discount. Pop into their store or visit their Facebook page.  
Eat FRESH is a green-hearted company with a simple mission to provide easy access to fresh, local, organic and high quality products delivered to homes, literally fresh from the farm. Eat FRESH’s core value is to provide fresh, organic and seasonal vegetables, which have been handpicked and delivered soon after harvest. To mark the beginning …
This Taiwanese chain caters to English and Chinese readers of all ages, and stays open late on weekends and holidays. Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday 10:00am- 23:00pm; Friday, Saturday and eve of Public Holiday 10:00am- 2:00am