If you’re not shopping, you’re not in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong you can shop till you drop. But don’t kid yourself it’ll be cheap. Causeway Bay in Hong Kong is the second most expensive area in the world.
The mecca of shopping
Harbour City is the largest shopping centre in Hong Kong, home to over 40 department stores. It contains 50 restaurants, three hotels, two cinemas and close to 450 shops. These include the largest Louis Vuitton shop outside of Paris, at 1,750 square metres.

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