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“Here resides the largest sitting Buddha in the world. Take the Ngong Ping cable car for more exciting views.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“One of the latest ventures from serial restauranteurs, JC Group, Hooray Bar is a spacious and chilled venue offering views over the Harbour. It is definitely our pick for a sundowner cocktail in Causeway Bay. Of course, you are free to sample the mainly Italian/French menu, but we usually prefer to enjoy a cocktail and enjoy the view, which is not panoramic due to surrounding buildings, but is still impressive. The signature cocktails were sweet and pretty, while the classics seem to be on point. Opening Hours: 12:00 – 14:30 pm and 18:00 – 22:30 Location: P502, World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay Tel: +852 2895 0885 ”
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Antique Shop
“Select-18 stocks a range of vintage clothes, shoes and accessories as well as handcrafted pieces by local designers. If you’re like me and love chunky turquoise rings and retro statement home décor pieces (much to my boyfriend’s dismay) – this is the place to go. ***** Select-18, Shop A, 18 Bridges Street, Poho, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/select18”
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Einkaufszentrum
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Record Shop
“Very nice vinyl shop, also a good place to get to know what is going on in HK music scene”
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Schuhgeschäft
“On the hunt for some elegant timepieces? You’ve found the right place. Pairing contemporary pieces with minimalist modernity, the wristwatches here are both eye-catching and sophisticated. ***** Squarestreet, G/F, 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, www.squarestreet.se”
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Markt
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Markt
“This street has a ton of rests and different product little shops, same as ladies street”
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Markt
“Stanley Beach is very popular with day-trippers who come for the relaxed vibe of this colonial seaside town. Charming restaurants and a central market complement the beach and make for a great day out to see a different side of what Hong Kong is all about. Stanley Beach is located on the eastern edge of the town and St. Stephen’s Beach on the west. Both sandy bays have barbeque pits, changing facilities and netted areas for swimming safely. Stanley Beach is also one of the easiest to reach from downtown Hong Kong. Just take bus 6X or 260 from Exchange Square in Central. The journey takes around 30 minutes.”
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Bekleidungsgeschäft
“1 Duddell St Shanghai Tang Mansion, Central This elegant four-level store is the place to go if you fancy a body-hugging qipao (cheongsam) with a modern twist, a Chinese-style clutch or a lime-green mandarin jacket. Custom tailoring is available; it takes two weeks to a month and requires a fitting. Shanghai Tang also stocks cushions, picture frames, teapots, even mah-jong tile sets, designed in a modern chinoiserie style. ”
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