Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon's numerous department stores and shopping centres, with their up-to-the-minute fashion items, are a pleasure to roam around. The factory outlets along Granville Road are a must for bargain shoppers.
The superb Harbour City is the area's largest and most famous shopping and entertainment complex, which includes Ocean Terminal, where visiting cruise liners berth. Further along, is Star House, where it's possible to pick up the most up-to-date computer equipment. The terminal buildings are connected to Kowloon Park by a pedestrian bridge.
Canton Road, opposite Harbour City, is the perfect place to pick up designer wear. Browse through some of the superb pieces from local and international designers.
A one-block stroll away, Nathan Road's famous "Golden Mile" bustles with shoppers day and night. It's renowned for its dazzling array of brightly-lit, neon-decorated shops, hotels, restaurants and nightspots that flank the wide thoroughfare.
Yau Ma Tei
Yau Ma Tei offers a surprise at every turn. With neon lights illuminating the night sky, Yau Ma Tei's streets offer an assortment of jewellery and clothes shops. But Yau Ma Tei is more famous for its street markets. Take a stroll through the Temple Street Night Market, the Jade Market and discover the neighbourhood's charms.