Hong Kong is the definition of East-meets-West. A former British colony, the city has a rich history in terms of style and culture. Traditionally known as the gateway to the East, Hong Kong has a large expat population which has heavily influenced fashion and lifestyle trends.

In a small condensed space, Hong Kong has so much to offer. Key shopping districts are Causeway Bay and Central, however to really embrace the cities culture, head to Sheung Wan where you will find a great choice of restaurants, independent boutiques, galleries and pop-up exhibitions. Similarly, nearby Soho has an extensive offering of concept stores, bars and eateries allowing you to really soak up the city's culture.

Style and Culture


Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong's major shopping districts. It includes the 13-storey Japanese department store SogoTimes Square, and Hysan Place. There are also smaller malls such as World Trade Centre, Windsor House, Hang Lung Centre, Fashion Island, Fashion Walk, Lee Gardens and Lee Gardens Two. Causeway Bay is one of the most crowded areas in Hong Kong since it contains many trendy shops carrying both locally made fashion and products from Japan, Europe and the United States. As such, it is a popular social spot for young people. Many shops are open until well after midnight.

PMQ is a site with several layers of historical significance. It has been revitalised as a hub for creative and design industries. Almost 100 design and creative enterprises are stationed in PMQ. Around half the tenants are in the fashion and household product design sectors with the rest in creative design categories such as fashion accessories, food, furniture, jewellery and watches, design services and design galleries. Exhibition space and event facilities are also available.