Anyway, the most memorable thing about Hong Kong for me was shopping for bargains along the famous Nathan Road (where I bought my ankle boots), Jordan Street and in CityGate Outlets. Oops, I am getting ahead of myself. Here are some photos of where we shopped last October:
|walking along Nathan Road|
|the Bossini outlet store|
|Crocs outlet store|
Honestly, I don't think the items here are that cheap especially if you think about its conversion to PhP (which is why I don't obsess about conversion when travelling, it spoils the fun!)
If you're looking for designer duds and accessories, then head over to CityGate Outlets which is about 30-40 minutes by train (I don't know exactly how long the ride was because I fell asleep!).
|my parents in the MTR|
CityGate Outlets houses over 80 international brands offering a yearly discount of 30%-70% on clothes, accessories, jewelry, etc.
I wasn't able to take a photo of the Coach store, but you can get your Coach bags for as low as Php 8,000-12,000. Newer styles are, of course, more expensive. This is always our first stop because le sister likes Coach bags.
Kate Spade also has an outlet store here (where we saw lovely iPad cases and accessories) and do stop by the Anteprima store where Julia purchased her pretty and quirky Anteprima bag.
Spend a full day here if you can, there is so much to explore!
|Ice Watches on 30% off|
|Visit Sasa, one stop shop for all your beauty needs|
|heaven for the bookworms|
And of course, our favorite store is Giordano where we buy our cardigans, jeans, shirts and multi-way shawls.
Another place you should most definitely visit is Bonjour where you can purchase pint-sized (read: sample sizes) of your favorite skin care brands such as Clinique, Estee Lauder, Clarins, etc. They're scattered everywhere along Nathan Road, you won't miss it!