This isn't Hong Kong. It's Sai Kung, the town 2 miles from the marina. Sai Kung is sort of the Malibu of the area. Actually, this is a photo of the water and boats in front of Sai Kung.
Let's leave Sai Kung and take a mini bus into Hong Kong city.
After a half hour trip, here we are.
There are three ways to shop in Hong Kong.
One is to go to a mall. There are hundreds of huge malls here. Let's go into one.
Inside the shopping mall
Above, an alternate view of the shopping mall's interior, showing the dramatic use of open space, white-painted metal, and glass.
Or, you can shop at an outlet store. All the name brands are here.
Oh, and if spending all your money has made you ill, here is one of the many Chinese pharmacies located all over the city.
Or, you can shop at one of the many street markets in Hong Kong. I think they're the most fun. You can visit one on the next page.
A footnote: I went to a traditional Chinese opera one night and asked what it was about. No one knew! So, I enjoyed the music, the costumes and the actors.
...Or... is this a store clerk saying "Sorry, sir, that you've waited on line so very long in our beautiful mall, but we don't give discounts based on how long your beard has grown. Can I offer you a coupon for, like, um... ahhh... a beard trim?"
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