Do business with Hong kong

Hong Kong, land of fusion between East and West! Hong Kong residents and tourists have chosen these six products, souvenirs essential to Hong Kong. These products are the hallmark of Hong Kong for decades.

Hong Kong Orange

Hong Kong Orange (Photo credit: Let Ideas Compete)


Craft: Chinese and Asian objects, works of art, textiles, handicrafts and other souvenirs are popular with tourists who like to bring their country to offer and also to keep a souvenir of their trip. Jade and ivory, typically Chinese tourists remind their pleasant stay.

Clothing Chinese clothing Chinese always have a style and fashion sense individuals, whether you choose a dress sexy cheongsam, mandarin style jacket, a silk dress or other clothing worked carved in beautiful fabrics.

Chinese tea: black tea and infusions are traditionally associated with China and Hong Kong. Pu-erh teas, oolong and Dragon Well is one of the most famous variants of this beverage health.

A 26 segment × 3 exposure (78 frames in total)...

A 26 segment × 3 exposure (78 frames in total) panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline taken from a path around Victoria Peak. Français : Vue panoramique de Hong Kong depuis un sentier de Victoria Peak. Image construite en assemblant 78 clichés (26 visées × 3 expositions) réalisés avecun appareil Canon 5D et un objectif 85mm f/1.8 réglé sur f/5.6. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Gold Jewelry: You do not know what to choose when you see the selection that offers unparalleled Hong Kong gold jewelry, traditional and modern, as well as accessories, unbeatable prices excluding taxes.

Chinese pastries: the very nice Chinese pastries filled with winter melon, red beans or black or those with lotus seeds are popular with Hong Kong. They are usually presented in decorative boxes, allowing you to carry them easily.

Chinese Dishes: Services Chinese dishes are famous worldwide for their beauty and durability. Different types of porcelains are imported from mainland China and available in many shops and department stores in Hong Kong.