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There are two cruise terminals in Hong Kong: the newly opened facility at Kai Tak, and the downtown wharf in Tsim Sha Tsui, where passengers can walk down the gangplank and straight into a mall. Passengers disembarking at Kai Tak will need to hop on a shuttle bus or a taxi before they can start shopping.
Camera and electronic devices remain one of the top purchases for its unbeatable prices and vast selections. Digital stores rub shoulders with each other in the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok, Sham Shui Po and Wan Chai. Try Tin Cheung Camera or Wing Shing Photo, both have enjoyed high reputation among shutterbugs.
For fans of one-stop department stores, Hong Kong is paradise. Lager-than-life shopping malls seems like a necessity here. Places like Harbour City, Times Square and The One stand as tourist destinations on their own right and can easily fill up your itinerary for a day.
But the real gem of the city is its many street markets and themed shopping streets where you can get a glimpse of the everyday life. The TCM street of Ko Shing, the Temple Street Night Market in Yau Ma Tei, the Goldfish Market in Mongkok, and the Jade Market on Kansu Street are some of the most interesting ones.