This part of Hong Kong is the most popular among shoppers as it has numerous shopping malls, street markets that are the most visited among tourists and the streets are filled with shops. There are three main shopping areas in Kowloon: Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok.

Tsim Sha Tsui

This area has the highest concentration of shops in Hong Kong. Also, it has numerous tourist spots, such as Avenue of Stars, Star Ferry, Kowloon Park, HK Space Museums and others. As a result, Tsim Sha Tsui is very popular among tourists.
Harbour City. Tsim Sha Tsui is home to the biggest shopping complex of Hong Kong, the Harbour City, which is situated on the western side of Tsim Sha Tsui. The complex is divided into four parts Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, Ocean Terminal, Ocean Centre, the Gateway, and comprises about 700 shops, including 50 restaurants.
The other shopping malls of the area include SOGO Department Store, New World Centre, iSquare.
Canton Road. It starts on the southern side of Kowloon at its junction with the Salisbury Road (Star Ferry, Clock Tower) and goes to the north along the Harbour City and the Kowloon Park till the Jade Market. From the Salisbury Road till Hong Kong China City the street is filled with shops selling fashion clothes & accessories (Chanel, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo, Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Prada and others), jewelry, watches (Montblanc, Omega, Piaget, Rolex, Tudor) and is designed primarily for wealthy shoppers. The second part of the Canton Road, designed for shoppers, is located in Yau Ma Tei. This part of the street starts from the Jordan Road and goes to the north till the Jade Market. It has a lot of shops selling gems and jewelry. If you are planning to buy gems or jewelry in Hong Kong, then this place is worth a visit. The selection of gems includes amethyst, coral, jade, onyx, pearl, moonstones and others.
Nathan Road is one of the busiest commercial roads and the most famous shopping street of Hong Kong. It starts from the Salisbury Road on the south and leads from Tsim Sha Tsui to Mongkok. The street is also known as "the Golden Mile". The Nathan Road is well known among tourists for its string of shops, restaurants and night clubs, decorated with neon lights. The shops on the Nathan Road sell clothing, jewelry, electronic goods, Chinese goods, shoes, handbags, luggage, watches.

Yau Ma Tei

The next shopping area of Kowloon is Yau Ma Tei. It is located between Tsim Sha Tsui and Mongkok. The shops on the streets of Yau Ma Tei offer a wide range of clothes, shoes, Chinese goods and other things. However, the street markets of the area enjoy much greater popularity. One of the most famous outdoor markets is the Temple Street Night Market. It is a perfect place to make a couple of bargains. The market is filled with brightly-lit stalls, offering customers an incredible amount of clothing, pens, watches, CDs, tapes, electronics, toys, Chinese goods, handbags and travel bags. On the shelves with food sell a lot of delicacies, including fresh seafood and stews. Tables and chairs are literally filling the whole street. Temple Street will delay you, and you will remember it for a long time. This is not just a market; it has its own special atmosphere, which makes it especially attractive. The street itself was named in honour of a temple, glorifying god Tin Hau.
Nearby the Temple Street Night Market is situated the Jade Market. Jade Market is a place that will allow you to spend perfectly morning hours, having plunged into trade atmosphere. This market - Mecca for collectors from all over the world. According to Chinese belief, jade scares off evil spirits and protect travelers. The shop owners expose on sale everything - from rare and expensive carved hand-made items to small cheap trinkets. The market is located at the junction of Kansu Street and Battery Street, is open daily from 10am to 5pm. The best time to visit the market is morning. It is not recommended to buy expensive items of jade without the expert.

Mong Kok

Mongkok is well-known for its bustle and "thematic" street markets. If you want to buy the latest audio-video equipments or electronic goods, go to the Sai Yeung Choi Street South. Also, there are many cosmetics shops on that street. There is Ladies Market on Tung Choi Street, parallelly to Sai Yeung Choi Street, which is very popular among tourists. Here shoppers can buy inexpensive women clothing, such as jeans, dresses, handbags, t-shirts, blouses, and various accessories. It is also a place where you can buy the clothes for men and children, and toys. Next to Tung Choi Street to the East is Fa Yuen Street, which is also known as "street of sports goods". Here you can find the most fashionable sports goods and the newest equipment. Among other street markets, you can also visit Golf Fish Market, and Flower Market and Bird Market on Yuen Po Street.
Some of the popular shopping malls are situated in Mongkok and the most famous is the Langham Place. This is a 56.000 square meters of retail space, equipped with air conditioning, where shoppers can find almost everything.

Elements Shopping Mall
1 Austin Road West, Kowloon
Opened on 1 October 2007, Elements is the major shopping mall of MTR Corporation. It is located right above the Kowloon MTR station, which makes it an easy destination for both locals and visitors of the city. The shopping mall offers over one million square feet of space and is divided into 5 zones (five Chinese elements): fire, water, earth, wood and metal. Each zone is decorated with its own style and has its own art piece.
Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Located next to Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok, Fa Yuen Street is very popular with locals and has been becoming popular with tourists. It is divided into two parts: the south part is a shoe street, also known as Sneaker Street, where you can buy any type of sports shoes; the north part is a street market offering clothes, bags, toys, souvenirs and some exotic fruit.
Festival Walk Hong Kong
80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon
The shopping mall is conveniently located in Kowloon Tong. It is situated above the Kowloon Tong MTR station, which is an interchange station of two railway lines, the MTR Kwun Tong Line (serves the urban areas) and the East Rail Line (serves the New Territories area with an entry point to mainland China).
Hong Kong Street Markets
Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon
The Flower Market is located in Mong Kok just a short walk from the Prince Edward MTR station. It is a couple of streets with rows of shops selling all sorts of flowers and houseplants. Probably, you will see flowers that you have never seen before. Together with the adjacent Bird Market they form one of the most colorful places in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Street Markets
124-204 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
The Goldfish Market is a number of small shops situated on both sides of the street selling fish, turtles, crabs, aquarium supplies and even snakes. It is located in the northern part of the Tung Choi Street, between the Prince Edward Road West and the Mongkok Road.
Harbour City Hong Kong
3 - 27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Harbour City is the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong and certainly one of the largest in Asia, and comprises about 700 shops, including 50 restaurants. Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui along the west side of Canton Road, this shopping mall is adjacent to the Star Ferry, Bus Terminal and MTR - Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station.
Open Markets in Hong Kong
Junction of Kansu and Battery Streets, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Located at the junction of Kansu and Battery Streets, the Jade Market is a popular street market among locals and tourists. It comprises hundreds of stalls selling a wide variety of jade rings, amulets, bracelets, carvings, earrings, stones, small figurines and ornaments. It is a nice place if you are looking for inexpensive jewelry or souvenirs.
Street Markets in Mong Kok
Tung Choi Street between Argyle Street and Dundas Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
The Ladies Market in Mong Kok is the most popular street market among travelers. Despite the name, it has a large number of stalls selling men's clothing, kids' clothing, shoes, leather goods, souvenirs, toys, watches, etc. The market is an excellent place to improve your bargaining skills as it is one of the important things when shopping.
Hong Kong Shopping
8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowloon
Conveniently located in the shopping district of Mongkok, Langham Place Shopping Mall offers around 200 shops selling a wide selection of goods. Here you can buy popular brands, such as H&M, Muji or local brands. The shopping mall is especially popular among young people. This original architectural complex rises above low buildings, and thus can be seen from afar.
Shopping Mall in Diamond Hill
3 Lung Poon Street, Diamond Hill, Kowloon
Located in Diamond Hill, Plaza Hollywood is one of the largest shopping centres in the Kowloon East area. The shopping centre comprises over 270 shops which are located on four floors. The dining and entertainment options include over 30 restaurants serving Western and Asian cuisine, a 6-screen cinema multiplex and 10,000 square feet of exhibition venue.