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Top Shopping Malls in Mongkok, Hong Kong – The Finest Emporiums of the Area
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Mongkok, commonly referred to as MK, is one of the best places in the world to indulge in some shopping. It also been classified as the world’s busiest district by the Guinnes Book of World Records.

International Commerce Centre

This is the tallest building in Hong Kong, and its designation as a centre of commerce makes it a notable place to indulge in some retail therapy. This is however a place to splurge, and is probably not the place to head to if you’re spending on a budget.

Harbour City

This is a bona-fide shopping paradise, and boasts over 450 shops, 50 eateries, 3 hotels and even a cinema. This is definitely one of the best Kowloon tourist attractions and an essential experience if you wish to embark on a shopping adventure in Hong Kong.

Street Markets

To get the best shopping experience in Mongkok, one has to definitely hit the streets. If you’re into sneakers, you can peruse through an astonishing range of footwear at ‘Sneaker Street’, which a 200-yard stretch you can find at the southern end of Fa Yuen Street. If you’re staying at a place close by such as Dorsett Mongkok Hong Kong, be sure to check out this place.

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Mk2010, Fa Yuen Street (Hong Kong), CC BY-SA 3.0

Flower Market Road

Even if you don’t wish to shop for some botany, this is definitely a place worth checking out because of its beauty. The market is around half-a-mile in length, and boasts an astonishing selection of house-hold plants.

Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+

 

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