There are major shopping areas on
Other malls on
Away from the malls,
Other roads good for shopping in
If you want a real taste of
Jam-packed full of vendors selling silk garments, Chinese artwork and other souvenirs. If shopping gets too much you can relax at one of the nearby beaches.
The Jade Market
Several hundred stalls selling a huge selection of jade jewellery and other jade carvings. Jade is thought by the Chinese to promote longevity.
The most famous night market in
The Bird Market
Open: 7am – 8pm.
Many locals keep birds as pets, and they buy them at the Bird Market. Located in a purpose-built Chinese garden, there are hundreds of songbirds and parakeets in exquisitely crafted cages.
Ned Kelly’s Last Stand
Tel: 2376 0562
Aussie bar that serves up meaty dishes to a young crowd. Live traditional jazz after 9pm.
Tel: 2301 3980
Popular Irish pub with live music on Wednesdays and Fridays, plus DJ nights and quiz nights. Catch up with the latest international sport on TV screens in the bar.
4-5 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: 2368 2121
Kitschy Caribbean-themed bar with an outside terrace favoured by both locals and tourists. Drink specialties include fruit cocktails and frozen margaritas, so it’s not surprising to learn that you’ll find people dancing on the bar later on. Best keep the clients away from this one!
Tel: 2543 0081
Popular Irish pub spread across three floors. Traditional dishes are served which can be washed down with a wide variety of ales and stouts.
Tel: 2529 1811
Bustling American bar with a late night disco and the occasional live music. There is a dress code - no sandals or shorts, and men must wear a shirt with a collar.
OFF THE ISLAND – BARS OF
The Peninsular Hotel
Tel: 2315 3188
Designed by Philippe Starck, and famous for its glass urinals, this is one of the swankiest bars in the world, let alone
Tel: 2721 2302
German watering hole with a vast selection of beers, serving up typical German cuisine such as smoked sausages with sauerkraut.
Basement, Sheraton Hotel
Tel: 2721 6151
Two-floor bar-restaurant best known for its cocktails and live jazz from the house band.
LOCAL CUISINE – CANTONESE AND CHINESE
Chee Kee Wonton
Authentic little place with Chinese prints lining the walls and antique style stools. Nothing too lavish but they do great won ton noodles.
Ground Floor, New Lucky House
Tel: 2384 2833
Fook Lam Moon
Tel: 2866 0663
Cheap place known for tasty noodles and excellent fish ball soup. Closes at 6pm.
Tel: 2911 0119
Serving up Cantonese cuisine and specialising in shark fin dishes, a delicacy of
Tel: 2522 1624
Huge, bright and affordable restaurant well known for its roast goose and pigeon.
Source: Flight Daily News