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Boasting an incredible cultural richness, Hong Kong is one of Asia’s most exciting cities. With its gigantic buildings, beautiful beaches, fantastic shopping, dining scene and superb landscapes, Hong Kong offers something for everyone. Central and Admiralty's buzzling lights and modern skyscrapers are reminiscent of New York’s Times Square. Take a few steps further and you’ll find temples, dried seafood shops and a wide array of street food stalls reminding you that you are, in fact, in Asia. Hong Kong is a city with an extremely friendly population. This proves to be particularly beneficial to anyone looking to host a pop-up store. For this reason, numerous brands have succumbed to the energy and dynamism that emanates from the sleepless streets of the city.
Anyone will tell you that Hong Kong is not China. However, settling in Hong Kong is a first glimpse of what China is and here, consumers’ habits are closer to China’s than Europe’s. You will also find a lot of Chinese tourists here, especially in the area of Tsim Sha Tsui. It is a great first step if you want to test the Chinese market. Of course, Hong Kong has its own appeal: a population of roughly 7 million inhabitants composed of Hong Kongers and Expats from all over the world that is always eager for discoveries.
Hong Kong is composed of few islands and partly on the mainland. The original island is Hong Kong Island, which includes some of the best areas to host a Pop-Up Store, such as Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun. Each area has its own attraction and gathers different types of populations and atmospheres. On the other side of the bay lies Kowloon, Hong Kong’s most populated part. Some neighborhoods of Kowloon are shopping paradises and attract numerous shoppers. Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok are a couple of the best areas to host Pop-Ups in Kowloon. The population there is more local as Expats mainly live on Hong Kong Island. The latest addition to Hong Kong’s territory is the New Territories. The New Territories are greener, airier and less populated. It’s a great place if you want to escape the never-ending rows of buildings of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. But the New Territories wouldn’t be Hong Kong if they didn’t have their shopping hub: Sha Tin. Many Chinese tourists come to Sha Tin, especially on the weekends to do their shopping without being too far from the border with Mainland China.
Central is the central business and financial district of Hong Kong. It is known for its skyscrapers, high-end mega malls and brilliant lights. Central is a prime location for retail and pop-up stores but also to party.Go to Central
Causeway Bay is home to some of Hong Kong Island's biggest malls. With hundreds of trendy shops and restaurants Causeway Bay is Hong Kongers and Mainland Chinese's favorite weekend spot.Go to Causeway Bay
Situated right next to Central and filled with art galleries and designer boutiques, Sheung Wan is the arty neighborhood of Hong Kong.Go to Sheung Wan
One of the oldest district of Hong Kong, Wan Chai has undergone dramatic changes in recent years, with modern skyscrapers and malls standing alongside wet markets and old buildings.Go to Wan Chai
Connected only recently to the metro, Sai Ying Pun is Hong Kong Island's rising neighborhood. Lately, numerous underground bars and art galleries and restaurants have bloomed. But Sai Ying Pun still keeps a very authentic feel.Go to Sai Ying Pun
With its mega malls and and its endless row of luxury boutiques, Tsim Sha Tsui attracts tourists from all over the world.Go to Tsim Sha Tsui
Mong Kok might be the most bustling neighborhood of Hong Kong with an exciting retail landscape, where international brands stand alongside local boutiques.Go to Mong Kok