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Sha Tin, New Territories
I find that Franc Franc is a good place to buy gifts for people when you aren’t sure what to get them, just because there’s such a large variety of stuff. For the ladies, there are a nice range of candles and candle holders – I actually have one myself and have bought a set for a family friend before. They’ve got tons of reed diffusers – not only do the scents smell good, the jars are adorable too! Franc Franc is a more feminine store – you won’t find many guys in there – so this probably won’t be the best place to look for gifts for your guy friends.
Central, Hong Kong Island
Note that there are a few different storefronts located on Gough Street. One of those storefronts (the one on the south side of Gough Street, at the top of the Kau U Fong stairs) is scheduled to close permanently this coming Sunday, June 7, 2015. So if you want to take advantage of some DEEP discounts, like I did, make your way to that specific location; they’re clearing out EVERYTHING — with discounts ranging from 20% to 70% off the listed price.
Living Plaza by Aeon
1 Sky Plz Rd
Terminal 2, 6P043
Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island
I have to start off by saying that this store is essentially the Japanese 100 yen store called DAISO which in Hong Kong is called “Living Plaza by Aeon”, because Aeon is the local distributor of the goods. I have been traveling through this airport for years and I only recently discovered this store on my last trip. So if you need to do a google search for more locations, search under the name “Living Plaza by Aeon”.
Hong Kong is perhaps the best shopping place in the world. In Hong Kong, shopping is not only the act of buying things but is also a form of recreation and a way of life.