This 1906 building, with its red brick walls and large granite arch over the main entrance, certainly stands out from the ... More
This 1906 building, with its red brick walls and large granite arch over the main entrance, certainly stands out from the surrounding office buildings. Originally a fresh produce market, the renovated and revitalized Western Market reopened in 1991 as a market place for stores selling traditional Chinese handicrafts and souvenirs. On the first floor there are also 16 fabric shops, selling anything from sombre suit fabrics to gaudy silks. The top floor houses a Chinese restaurant.
The 'Harrods' of Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has been here since the early 20th century, and is still the place
to shop should you wish to max out your credit card! Famous for its large selection of elegant and ...
The Goldfish Market, a one stop shopping area for fish lovers, is on Tung Choi Street south of Prince Edward
Road West. In addition to goldfish, find colorful tropical species and exotics like jellyfish and sea horses for sale. ...
CitySuper markets itself as a one of a kind store, creating a new shopping concept in Hong Kong, and offers
merchandise under two major categories food and life. The Food Market is a gourmet oriented supermarket with imported food ...