Hong Kong’s Best Shopping Guide

A big question on everybody’s mind when they get to Hong Kong: Where should I buy cheap electronics. Now this is a difficult one. People come here expecting to find the latest and greatest, and that at cheap prices. Sad thing is that people often leave here with inferior products and on top of that have been cheated on the price, often paying way more than what the product is worth.

What you should do:

What I have learned over the last couple of years here, is that if you want any electronic items, go to the official stores. Why, you ask me?

1) All the products are official products, with full warranty.

2) They will be honest and tell you if any device is region locked or sim locked, and suggest models that do not have these restrictions.

3) Their prices are LOWER. Yes LOWER than the street shops. Also they will often automatically give you a discount and free gifts (screen protectors, cables, carry cases, etc).

4) You will not waste time haggling and trying to get the model you want. If they have it in stock, you get it.

The Secret Boston Shopping Guide

In a city of this size there is no surprise that a Boston shopping guide would be a rather extensive and large thing to read. It contains a number of shops ranging from a good selection of national names to those independent retailers trying to get a slice of the market.

You have a number of shopping malls to choose from in the area such as the Prudential center, Faneuil Hall Quincy Marketplace, and Huntington Avenue and you should have a wide selection of products to choose from. They also contain a number of restaurants that can help satisfy those hunger pains from trailing around all those stores.

If you are looking for those things that are perhaps high quality then the best area to visit is Newbury Street as this is where you are going to find the designer stores, boutiques and high-class restaurants. An alternative would be Copley Place which again deals with this particular end of the market so you do need money to shop here.

Lower priced goods are found in a number of stores across the city and are too numerous to just list here but you shall be able

Best Shopping Guide

So where CAN you get a Batman outfit in Hong Kong? You would be surprised at how many people actually look for fancy dress outfits and costumes for the various theme parties that we have in Hong Kong.

Well if you do, you have come to the right guide!  We have had Movie Stars, Pirates, Cavemen, DC Villains, Gangsters and Pimps, Hawaiian and Arabian night parties. Some of these parties have been on junk boat trips and some of them in normal bars and clubs. And the great thing about Hong Kong is that you can have these parties anywhere. The Local crowd loves to see people dress up, and do not be surprised if you spend a lot of your night taking photos with random people. Now besides organising these theme parties, people also need to find the right outfits and costumes. Now where can you do this? Here is our list of must visit places.

You have two options: You can rent your outfits:

– House of Siren

Easily the best costumier in town, House of Siren rents handmade stock costumes and will also tailor them to your size.

– The

Hong Kong’s Best Shopping Guide

Let’s face it, people come to Hong Kong for two reasons: Shopping and Partying. Oh, there is the Big Buddha, Disneyland, the Peak, etc…, but that is just if you are bored of partying or shopping. And trust me, it is hard to get bored of these two options.

And fair enough, Hong Kong is a shopping heaven. From the Street Markets to the Designer stores, there is something for everyone here. And now the main question: How do I get cheap stuff!?!

Fact #1: If you are looking for original or designer wear, Hong Kong is NOT the cheapest place to shop. What you DO have is choice. You can find ANYTHING here. Every street corner has a Louis Vuitton, Gucci or Armani Exchange.

Fact #2: YOU CAN ASK FOR A DISCOUNT IN ANY STORE! Yes, that means if you walk into an electronics chain, Armani store or street shop, ASK if there is any discount. 9 out of 10 times, they will give you a discount.

Fact #3: DO NOT shop for electronics on