Shopping Guide To Sham Shui Po

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Sham Shui Po Shopping Guide to Hong Kong

Little Steps invites you to take a journey with a dedicated shopping guide to Sham Shui Po. We take you to the best craft stores on Bead Street, affordable party decoration shops on Toy Street, a spin in the Fabric Market and Electronic Market too. There are some hidden treasures in the area such as the Underground Art Gallery and a Tomb Museum.  Kids will also love going on a graffiti hunt and taking some cool snaps for Instagram. Plus, there are gorgeous coffee shops, tasty ramen stalls, and cheap eats all around this hood.


Sham Shui Po Opening Hours:  10am-8pm (many shops are closed on Sundays and lunch time)

  • Historic Building Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Entertainment: Museum + Art Gallery + Street Art + Historic Builldings

    Sham Shui is not only a shopping mecca; it has plenty of unique things to do with the whole family in this little buzzing hood.


    Street Art - In 2016 HKWalls completed 40 original art pieces scattered all over the area. Some are world famous, such as the one by Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel, the one depicted in the main photo. Go on a graffiti treasure hunt, Little Steps Tipmany are hidden on roller shutters and garage doors, so go before the area awakes.


    Check Out The Historical Buildings - There is an amazing old pawn shop from the 1920a which is now used for dried seafood on 58 Pei Ho Street. Or the grade 2 historic building on 170 Yee Kuk Street, you can still see the old red characters. Make sure to see the recently restored the building from 1931 on 119 Lai Chi Kok Road


    Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum - This 2000-year-old was accidentally discovered in 1955! Although you can no longer enter the tomb, the kiddos can view it through a glass panel, and there is a super cool exhibition hall next door.


    Underground Gallery - For some alternative fun, head on over the tiny underground gallery where local artists can exhibit their work in the 300ft display space.


  • Ribbon From Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Secret Shopping And Markets In Sham Shui Po

    Calling all Pinterest parents, birthday party planners, and chic fashion designers! Sham Shui Po is a sourcing mecca offering visitors a chance to get a taste of everything available in the fabric and crafting world. This secret was long hidden among famous designers but the gig is up and now we can all join in for the fun. But there is more...check out the amazing vinyl collection at Vinyl Hero, or go to the night market that is on till after way past Cinderella's bedtime. Sham Shui Po is not just for the ladies, the Golden Computer Centre will keep any man occupied for a few hours and an entire street dedicated for toys will have any child jumping for joy.


    Twilight and Midnight Flea Market - Everyday between 5-7am and 10-Midnight, Pei Ho Street becomes an illegal market where refugees and the homeless sell second-hand items.

  • Ribbon X Bead Street: Yu Chau Street & Nam Cheong Street

    Yu Chau Street and Nam Cheong Street are heavens for all crafters. Small bead shops, like old candy shops, are dreamy wonderlands for DIY lovers offering endless jars of colorful beads. You’ll also find decorative ribbons in all shapes and sizes. The good news... everything is cheap!


    Top recommendations by Little Steps:

    Bead Box - Get stacks of beads and jewelry making bits and bobs at incredibly low prices with a minimum charge of HK$5. 221 Yu Chau Street, Hong Kon. Open Monday-Friday from 9:30am-8pm; Saturdays from 10:30am-8pm; Sundays from 11am-8pm.


    Wing Fung Industrial - The locals’ favorite, you can spend hours here choosing from an unimaginably large variety of ribbons, tapes, and lace of superb quality. 201-207AB Yu Chau Street, Hong Kong, Open Mondays - Saturdays from 9:30am-6:30pm.


    Shing Tai Hong - Find not just the ribbons and tapes but also all sorts of strings and trims you need here. 108B Nam Cheong Steet, Hong Kong.


  • Leather Shop At Tai Nan Street Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Leather Street: Tai Nan Street

    From uncut leather to kits for beginners to finished leather goods to take home, Tai Nan Street has basically gathered everything well...leathery. Many parents also enjoy shopping for options to cover their furniture. Take a class or two while you are visiting too!


    Top recommendations by Little Steps:

    Aurora Leathercraft - Learn how to make your own leather phone case, wallet, handbag or even a pair of leather shoes! Classes are available for both beginners and advanced levels. 197 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Open daily from 10:30am-8pm. Facebook Page

    Alri Star Leather Factory - Not that much of a DIY person? Get the Leather Craft Kits and have everything sorted for you. You can also get custom-made leathercraft here with your own choice of leather pattern, textures, and color. 236 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, Facebook Page. Open daily from 10:30am-7:30pm. 


  • Toy Street: Fuk Wing Street Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Toy Street: Fuk Wing Street

    Whether you are looking for loot bag toys, decorations, birthday gifts, Christmas presents or just want to relive childhood days, Toy Street is the place to be! Loot bag goodies galore, confetti, pencil cases, glow pens, stationery sets, skipping ropes...the entire razzmatazz is available here at a reasonable price.


    Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Take the MTR D2 exit at Sham Shui Po MTR station and turn right on the second street.


  • Golden Computer Centre: Fuk Wa Street Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Golden Computer Centre: Fuk Wa Street

    The Golden Computer Centre located on 146-152 Fuk Wing Street, closest MTR Station is D2. This store has you covered for all your computer needs. It can be a bit overwhelming at first, the bright lights in a golden maze of stores packed like sardines, take a deep breath and just browse. Because this place has it all for a fraction of the price that you would pay on the Island. Don't rush into your purchase, as there will most likely be a stall selling the same thing for a better price.


    Golden Computer Centre, No.146-152 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong


  • Vinyl From Cheung Sha Wan Road Hong Kong

    Vinyl Hero: Cheung Sha Wan Road

    Got a music lover in the family, then go check out the hidden gem that is Vinyl Hero, in the heart of Sham Shui Po. This place is not easy to find as it is located in a residential building on the buzzing Cheung Sha Wan Road, but it's well worth the hunt, this snug little store has boxes upon boxes of vinyl from every era stacked to the roof.


    Vinyl Hero, 239 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 9841 7136


  • Dragon Centre And More Craft Shopping Sham Shui Po Hong Kong

    Dragon Centre And More Craft Shopping

    There are loads of shops you will want to explore to locate your own favorite finds. The area is packed with fur, ribbons, dried flowers, and more. Take a peek and explore.


    Top recommendations by Little Steps:


    Trademark East Accessories - Feather, fur, leather, ribbons - you name it, they have it. Design your own duds and create the best fashion collection with your little ones! 94A-B Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Open Monday-Friday from 9:30am-6:30pm' Sundays and public holidays from 12:30pm-6:30pm.

    J&J Imitation Jewellery Co - A Little Steps favorite!  You will find everything you can imagine for DIY fun here.  G/F, 215 Yu Chau Street, Hong Kong

    Dragon Centre Click here for The Little Steps video on where to buy slime in the Dragon Centre.


  • The Best Coffee Shops Sham Shui Po

    Take A Break: The Best Coffee Shops In Sham Shui Po!

    Walking through all the streets in Sham Shui Po can be indeed very exhausting. Treat yourself to a break with a coffee and pastry at one of these top coffee shops selected by the Little Steps team.


    Top recommendations by Little Steps:

    Caf Charm - Shop 7002-7003, 7th Floor, Apple Mall, Dragon Centre, 37 Yen Chow Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Open Mondays - Sundays from 12pm - 10pm.


    Cafe Sausalito - 201 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. Open on Mondays from 11am-6pm, Tuesdays - Saturdays from 9am - 7pm, Sundays from 11am - 6pm. 


    Toolss - Stationery store meets coffee shop. G/F, Fook Tin Building, 38 Wai Chi Street, Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong, Facebook Page. Flexible opening hours. Tip from Little Steps: this one is slightly further from Sham Shui Po but is definitely worth paying a visit. It is pet-friendly. 


  • Ramen From A Restarant In Sham Shui Po

    Restaurants In Sham Shui Po: The Best!

    Accidentally spend the whole day in Sham Shui Po, and now everyone's tummy is grumbling? Not to worry, plenty of delicious food in Sham Shui Po, from all American burgers, to Japanese ramen and lovely Indian curries, this area has a lot more going on that one thinks.


    Burgerman - Juicy burgers with all the toppings and sides that you could want. 65-71 Yen Chow Street. Open Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm


    Kakurega Ramen Factory - Homemade authentic Japanese Ramen, only serves 100 bowls per day. Make sure to get there early. Unit 7083, 7/F Dragon Centre, 37 Yen Chow Street. Open Tuesday-Sunday from 11am-3pm & 6pm-9pm.


    Kashmir Curry House - Beautiful flakey samosas and creamy curries, a similar vibe to a curry house you would get in Chung King Mansion, but the food is worth it! 116 Pei Ho Street. Open Monday-Sunday from 11:30am-11:30pm.


  • How To Get To Sham Shui Po:

    Shum Shui Po, Hong Kong

    By MTR:  Take MTR to Sham Shui Po

    Driving:  There are parking garages around the area.

    Tip from Little Steps: Some stores are closed during lunch hours.

    Other resources:

    Click here for a map of Sham Shui Po!

    * Sham Shui Po Ipad Tour: Click here!

    * Sham Shui Po Co-Working Space:  Work Upstairs,

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