Know someone leaving the city who loves the 852 as much as we do? Here’s our pick of the best local Hong Kong-themed gifts.
If you know someone leaving Hong Kong and would like to give them a piece of the city to take with them, we’ve got a bunch of gift ideas that they’re sure to love. Perhaps they’re a glutton for Hong Kong cuisine, or maybe they just can’t get enough of that city skyline – from dim sum-shaped candles and cookbooks to vintage-style greeting cards and photo prints, we’ve got it all. Keep scrolling for our pick of the best Hong Kong-themed gifts and souvenirs.
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Louise Hill Design, Hong Kong Luxury Greetings Cards, $390
This elaborately designed greetings card set features eight Hong Kong-themed card designs and eight different envelopes to mix and match with. Elegantly packed in a vintage-inspired box, the set of blank cards makes for a stylish gift or can be sent individually to loved ones – near or far – on any occasion.
Pinyin Press, Dumpling Salt & Pepper Shakers, $240
These adorable Dumpling Salt & Pepper Shakers are handmade in Jingdezhen, China’s porcelain capital, and will add a touch of whimsy to any dining table. Pinyin Press creates a number of other contemporary home accessories, lifestyle products and gifts, many of which feature hand-drawn designs and celebrate different elements of everyday life in Hong Kong.
Ciaolink, Farewell my Hong Kong, $620 (Small)/$1,455 (Large)
Pieces from Ciaolink’s Farewell my Hong Kong collection capture different iconic scenes of the city, from our beloved Victoria Harbour skyline to the view from the Peak. Each print is intricately detailed with embossed features, making them a striking, modern souvenir for a friend, family or even yourself!
Paper-Roses, Taxi! A5 Notebook, $220
CASETiFY, Pangram Custom Phone Case, From $348.75
Simon Robin Products, Hong Kong HeartBeat Skyline Necklace, From $520
R L Foote Design Studio, Hong Kong Espresso Cup, $250.16
Book Depository, Hong Kong Diner, $135.29
BeCandle, Har Gao Candle, $200
Cha Siu Papers, Sai Kung-er Coffee Cup, $130
Tiny Island Maps, Central Navy Print, $500
Hong Kong Beer Co., Hong Kong Beer Mixed Case, $420
City Poetry, city poetry tiles style#39, $315
The Lion Rock Press, Hong Kong Candle, $250
The APT Studios, Double Rainbow Print, From $460
theLine, Hong Kong Skyline, $266.22
G.O.D. (Goods of Desire), “Dim Sum Table” Umbrella, $245
Loveramics, HK Street Food Mug, $99
Pandora, Egg Tart, Milk Tea & Pineapple Bun Charm, $499
Biscuitmoon Designs, “My Favourite Places” Canvas, $980
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Featured image artwork courtesy of Sassy Media Group with images from respective brand websites, image 1 courtesy of Louise Hill Design, image 2 courtesy of PINYIN Press, image 3 courtesy of Ciaolink, image 4 courtesy of Paper-Roses, image 5 courtesy of CASETiFY, image 6 courtesy of Simon Robin Products, image 7 courtesy of R L Foote Design Studio, image 8 courtesy of dexam, image 9 courtesy of BeCandle, image 10 courtesy of Cha Siu Papers, image 11 courtesy of Tiny Island Maps, image 12 courtesy of Hong Kong Beer Co., image 13 courtesy of Kapok, image 14 courtesy of The Lion Rock Press, image 15 courtesy of The APT Studios, image 16 courtesy of theLine, image 17 courtesy of G.O.D. (Goods of Desire), image 18 courtesy of Loveramics, image 19 courtesy of Pandora, image 20 courtesy of Biscuitmoon Designs.