Tsim Sha Tsui has the greatest concentration of shops in Hong Kong. Nathan Road, which runs through Kowloon for 4km (2 1/2 miles) from the harbor to the border of the New Territories, is lined with stores selling clothing, jewelry, eyeglasses, cameras, electronic goods, crafts from China, shoes, handbags, luggage,watches and more. You will also find tailors, tattoo artists, and even shops that will carve your name into a wooden chop.
Central Market (Hong Kong)
For upscale shopping, Central is where you'll find international designer labels. The Landmark, Prince's Building, Alexandra House, and Chater House boast designer boutiques selling jewelry, clothing, leather goods and more, with names ranging from Armani, Cartier, and Chanel to Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co. Pacific Place is an upscale shopping mall selling everything from clothing to electronics; ifc mall sells high-end clothing and accessories.
Stanley Market (Hong Kong)
One of my favorite places to shop for inexpensive fashions is Stanley Market on the southern end of Hong Kong Island, where vendors sell silk clothing and business and casual wear. In recent years, shops specializing in Chinese crafts and products have also opened in Stanley Market.
Recently expanded, you’ll find a great selection of shoes as well as items such as purses, bags, wallets, belts and even casual clothes.
Dong Pou Art Gallery (Macau)
You’ll find exquisite scrolls designed with traditional patterns on one side of the shop and oil paintings produce by locals on the other side
Ermenegildo Zegna Boutique (Macau)
For all the sophisticated and stylish men out there, Zegna is one of the new and trendy places to shop.
Cake Shop (Macau)
Located at the second floor of the Mandarin Oriental, this is possibly one of the best cake shops in Macau. Extensive selection of freshly baked pastries, rich cakes, pralines, chocolates and cookies... The Mandarin cheese cake and the Chocolate truffle cake are particularly recommended.