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▲ top Causeway Bay is the go-to place for the young and restless and there is much on offer for the timid wallet.This is the area where some of the most dense and busy Hong Kong shopping malls are located. MTR exits D1, D2, D3 and D4 will deposit you around or inside Sogo, the landmark meeting point Japanese department store (tel: 2833-8338, com.hk) where big names like Salvatore Ferragamo (GF), Gucci, agnes b, Miu Miu, Anna Klein, Armani, Calvin Klein jeans, Burberry, Chanel and Brooks Brothers Fleece, hobnob comfortably with esoteric niche brands like Helly Hansen (sportswear from Norway, 4F), and Evisu (casual young fashion, 3F).Next to Sogo on Hennessy Road, the Sony Style HK flagship store on the 16th floor of East Point Centre (tel: 2882-0101, com.hk) offers the latest state-of-the-art Sony products. There’s another 6,000sq ft Sony Style in Mongkok’s Wai Fung Commercial Building, between Nathan Road and Sai Yeung Choi Street, easily accessed from the Mongkok MTR station Exit D1 or D3.Also spot SONY at Shop 309 Ocean Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui.For cosmetics, beauty and skin care products there's FANCL, Jurlique, and Make up Forever.The large sport b Paris at street level on Jaffe Road at the back entrance is for the casually, or energetically elegant and has little to do with sports. Try Titicaca on P3, a small store selling Peruvian style woollen scarves for HK9 and knitted tops for HK9 and up. Between wtc more and Sogo in the warren of side lanes criss-crossing Jaffe Road and Lockhart Road, you'll find an arsenal of cheaper stores selling shoes, women's accessories, cosmetics and jeans.
Time was when swindled tourists would camp outside Hong Kong camera stores waving placards and demanding justice – while bored shop attendants picked their teeth – much to the amusement of passersby and newspaper reporters.And your arm can still be twisted, literally, by the handbag sellers of the infamous Ladies Market, Mong Kok.Reason enough to head straight into the enticing arms of online shopping deals and Tao Bao, E-Bay and the like, but where's the fun in that?Grab a good map, print out this fun guide, study the directions to the best shopping malls and street markets, don sturdy walking shoes, put up your dukes, and you’re ready to roll.More on where to stay in our Hong Kong business hotels review that includes family digs and budget options close to shopping intersections.
Slide Show E-mail Page Print The TST argle bargle quickly died down, not least of all due to the Consumer Council’s (tel:  2929-2222, almost heroic attempts to bring order to the shopping madness that is Hong Kong.