Leaving already? Keep the memories alive with these souvenirs in Hong Kong.
Enjoyed Hong Kong so much you want to take a little piece of it back with you? Whether you spent your time at the bars, hiking, or sampling some fine dining, we bet Hong Kong has made an indelible mark on you. Luckily, you can find souvenirs in Hong Kong that are as dynamic and original as the city itself. Preserve your memories with mementos of the favourite parts of your stay, and hold onto them until the next time you find yourself in the 852 again.
Remember the best of the 852 with souvenirs in Hong Kong
1. A Spark of Madness
Want to bring a taste of Hong Kong with you? A Spark of Madness’ sauces are just the ticket to brighten up your meal. The set of Crack Sauce, Caramelized Spring Onion, and Crispy Chili Oil makes the perfect souvenir for foodies. Just in time for the holidays, A Spark of Madness has premiered a new sauce – Spark Truffle Chili Crisp – that you can enjoy on dumplings, pizza, noodles, and more. The sauce blends the best Eastern and Western flavours all infused with Italian black truffle oil and black truffle concentrate. The best souvenirs in Hong Kong are the ones that taste good – and are locally made!
Shop A Spark of Madness online.
2. Alvin C.K. Lam
Searching for a souvenir you can hang proudly in your living space? Local artist Alvin C.K. Lam hand-draws perfect tableaus of Hong Kong that you can take home with you. With these museum-grade prints, you can see the mahjong tile carver at work or marvel at the facades of Kowloon City. This is the perfect farewell gift for those who want an affordable piece of art that can last years.
Read our interview with Alvin C.K. Lam.
Shop Alvin C.K. Lam’s artwork online.
3. The Lion Rock Press
Need some souvenirs to decorate your Christmas tree Hong Kong-style? The Lion Rock Press has a plethora of Hong Kong-themed ornaments ripe for the picking. Dim sum, taxis, or the Star Ferry – you name it – and The Lion Rock Press probably has an ornament for you. Not a Christmas person? 1,000-piece puzzles, magnets, mugs, and more are all mementos you can pick up here. The Lion Rock Press is the best place to let out your inner Hong Konger in simple ways.
The Lion Rock Press, Unit 1005, 10/F, Arion Commercial Centre, 2-12 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
4. Goods of Desire (G.O.D.)
Looking for some cheeky souvenirs in Hong Kong? Look no further than Goods of Desire. Practically cornering the market on Hong Kong-themed graphic tees, you can go a step above the typical souvenir t-shirt. Home decor, stationary, shopping bags, and more are also available for adding a little Hong Kong into your life. Goods of Desire is the ideal place to shop for keepsakes that are a little quirky yet classic.
Goods of Desire has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
5. Stanley Market
Affordability is the name of the game at Stanley Market. You can rarely search for souvenirs in Hong Kong without checking out a market for some great deals. Find shirts, toys, artwork, and more just within a few steps of each other. In addition to nabbing great finds, shopping in Stanley Market is an interesting experience in and of itself. And if you’re lucky, you might even be able to grab a hand-engraved Chinese “chop” from the local craftsmen’s stalls for something extra special for tourists and locals alike.
Find your way around the area with our neighbourhood guide to Stanley.
Stanley Market, Stanley New Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
6. Ladies’ Market
Another market worth checking out for souvenirs in Hong Kong is the famous Ladies’ Market. You’ll find stalls upon stalls of goodies at affordable prices. Apart from shopping for souvenirs, going to the Ladies’ Market is a quintessential Hong Kong experience you shouldn’t miss out on. All the go-to souvenirs are available here, and you might even be able to haggle the prices down a bit – good luck!.
Looking for more markets? Take a look at our guide to Hong Kong markets.
Ladies’ Market, Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Who doesn’t love a good candle? BeCandle has the ultimate fragrant souvenir for you with its dim sum candles. Light up a har gau or siu mai to bring back memories of Hong Kong. These candles are made using the same techniques chefs use for real dim sum, so it’s as authentic as you can get. This is an interesting, alternative souvenir for candle lovers since it’s as nice to smell as it is to look at.
Wanna cosy up your living space? Browse our list of fave candle shops in Hong Kong for more inspiration.
BeCandle, G/F, 102 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, p. 8481 7684