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Hong Kong has the reputation of being every shopper's paradise. From morning until late at night, shopping malls are open and filled with avid shopaholics. Being a popular international port, It is always abreast with the ever-changing fashion and trends. The latest trends are, more often than not, indirectly displayed by the stylish people on the city streets. The region boasts a remarkable range of international department stores offering up-to-the-minute designer styles and off-the-peg fashions. Most of these department stores are strategically located in the same vicinity, thus enabling shoppers to find what they are looking for easily and quickly at a reasonable price.

Temple Street Market
City's most famous open-air market, Temple Street Market opens at 2:00pm but only really comes to life after dark. Here you’ll find fortune-tellers, opera enthusiasts and a mix of vividly lit stalls selling an array of electronic gadgets, watches and leather to clothing, souvenirs and luggage. Temple Street is in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon.

Western Market
Western Market is one of the oldest structures in Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island. Built in 1906 and reopened as a Chinese arts-and-crafts centre in 1991, this elegant four-storey, red brick building has been declared a historic monument by the HK Government. Open daily 10am to 7pm.

Wan Chai Street Market
Located to south of the Wan Chai Station, the Wan Chai Street Market is a curious mixture of modern and conventional items. The market is specially visited by the locals who shop for household goods, available here at cheap prices, when compared to the departmental stores and regular shops.

Jade Market
Jade Market, as the name suggests, has stalls dealing in jade items. The market is located at the intersection of Kansu and Battery streets. Jade items of every possible form can be purchased here. However, if one is not an expert in dealing with these type of items, one is advised to take a specialist with him.

Night Market
Located in vicinity of Shanghai Street is a market that becomes lively after dusk. Apart from having several stalls, which deal in variety of goods, the Market also has open-air restaurants.Palmists and fortune-tellers also sit here, and tell about your destiny.

Ladies' Market
Located at Tung Choi Street on the east of Nathan Road, Ladies' Market, as the name tells, deals in women's clothing, accessories, cosmetics, etc. Ladies fond of bargaining to get their goods would find the Market interesting in particular.

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