Reading Time: 3 minutesLooking for Hong Kong themed gifts, either as a leaving gift or to take to family overseas?
Check out our pick of the best items and locations to shop for Hong Kong gifts
Best Shops for Hong Kong Inspired Gifts
Lion Rock Press really is THE go to place for anything Hong Kong themed. They’ve got it all, from gift cards, gift wrap, to books; from jigsaw puzzles, to board games; tea cups to candles and clothes. Lion Rock Press products cover numerous aspects and themes of Hong Kong life and there’s something for everyone.
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Lion Rock Press Showroom, 005 10/F Arion Commercial Centre, 2-12 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, email@example.com
At the higher end of the price range, Shanghai Tang sells clothing and interior items – chopsticks with the signs of the Chinese zodiac, candles, decorative boxes and ceramics. Playtimes is sad to see the closure of the Duddell Street store, but thankfully the Pacific Place Store remains open and there’s also the online store.
Shanghai Tang, Pacific Place, Shop 105B, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, +852 2918 1505
An online marketplace offering “unique goods from the creators,” Qraftie offers a wide range of Hong Kong themed products. From Chinese style mailboxes, pieces of art, jewellery, items of clothing, interior decor – the variety is huge.
Quirky gifts abound at GOD. Letterbox bags, mahjong themed face masks, candles, Nathan Road placemats and even ‘Guardian Lion’ boxer shorts. Gift prices range from $99 for a pair of socks up to $1,830 for Lion Dance cufflinks.
Hong Kong Gift Ideas for Children
Colour-in Hong Kong Cookies from The Cookie Fairy HK
These pre-made cookies come with edible food colouring markers. Children can colour in the Hong Kong themed drawings on the cookies (tram, lucky cat, dragon etc) then enjoy eating them after! The perfect gift, or as an activity to keep kids entertained. Prices start from $380 for six cookies.
Check out their Facebook page HERE
Personalised Friendship Cushions from Lion Rock Press
These cushions feature some favourite Hong Kong icons and can be personalised with names, too, making them the perfect keepsake or leaving gift. They are 40cm x 40cm, machine washable and come with a cushion pad. Cushion cost $280, and can be ordered online.
Hong Kong Gift Ideas for Adults
This unique ginger jar features the iconic Hong Kong skyline and is the perfect celebrations of this unique city. It is 26cm tall and is available as a ginger jar or as a lamp. Prices start from $1,250 and you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A family run business, Sum Ngai Brass Ware Manufacturing Company Limited originally started in Kam Tin native village, by Tong Shu Lun. The Hong Kong business supplied items to high-end antique stores on Hollywood Road. All products now come from Shenzhen, China. The 30,000 ft showroom houses over 1,000+ items ranging from ice buckets, Christmas decorations, cloisonne receptacles and replicas of Chinese artifacts to lamps, candle holders and home/garden decor. Customer service is second to none and this is a great place to visit.
For a unique and Hong Kong themed giftS, head on over to Louise Hill’s website. She uses graphic design, illustration and photography to create wonderful unique prints. All her products use her own imagery and are a combination of buildings, objects, textiles, ribbons and vintage props
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Offering a wide selection of products ranging from ginger jars, to candles, art and tableware, R&R has something for everyone. We particularly like the colourful Asian inspired table runners. Shop online at www.randrshop.com and pay for delivery, or make an appointment to visit the Clearwater based store.
Featured image courtesy of Louise Hill Design; picture 1 courtesy of Lion Rock Press; picture 2 courtesy of Qraftie; picture 3 courtesy of The Cookie Fairy HK; picture 4 courtesy of Lion Rock Press; picture 5 courtesy of The Ginger Lamp Co; picture 6 courtesy of Sum Ngai Brass Ware.
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