Know someone leaving the city who loves the 852 as much as we do? Here’s our pick of the best Hong Kong souvenirs and farewell 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 souvenirs that they’re sure to love. Whether it’s the neon signs, dim sum, ding dings, shop cats or iconic Hong Kong Skyline they’re going to miss, we’ve got it all. Spotlighting some of our favourite local artists and homegrown brands, keep scrolling for our pick of the best must-buy Hong Kong souvenir and farewell gift ideas.
Stephen Chow Photography, Night Crawler, from $550
Energetic, vibrant and full of life; this print perfectly sums up life in the 852. Browse the Stephen Chow Photography collection which captures our beloved city’s vivid colours, intricate patterns and iconic spots from a unique perspective. These eye-catching prints allow you to keep a piece of Hong Kong in your home, no matter where life takes you.
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Ciaolink, Kapok x Ciaolink collaboration Blue House, $720
Ciaolink has a wonderful collection of handmade artworks that capture different iconic scenes around the city, each intricately detailed with embossed features. Its latest release immortalises Wan Chai’s historic Blue House, which was originally built as a hospital in the 1870s. The piece was created in collaboration with local lifestyle store Kapok (whose owner lives in the building!) for its 15th anniversary. Cherish a part of Hong Kong’s colourful history with this special artwork, available online and at Kapok’s stores.
A New Leaf Jewellery, 24K Gold Plated Chinese Fan Necklace, $380
The Lion Rock Press, A4 Scrap Book: Luxe Chinese Red, $140
Pandora, Hong Kong Peak Tram Dangle Charm, $599
Or Tea?, Yin Yang – Coffee Flavoured Black Tea (100g), $168
G.O.D, Mahjong Mix Cushions, From $268
G.O.D, Shop Cats of Hong Kong 2022 Calendar by Marcel Heijnen, $98
BOOKNITURE, “Hong Kong Hong Kong” Diffuser Set, $630
Tiny Island, Candle, $490
ZEST of Asia, ILHK – Yum Cha Blue Tea Towel, $200
CASETiFY, Tramways Stickermania Phone Case, $429
Alvin C.K Lam, Postcard – Full Set of 10, $300
Blacksmith Books, The Kowloon English Club by Stephen Griffiths, $118
Wander With Nicole, 1000 Piece Colours of Hong Kong Puzzle, $240
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All listed prices were correct at the time of publication.
Hero image courtesy of Daisy Costello for Sassy Media Group, background image courtesy of Chi Hung Wong via Unsplash, image 1 courtesy of Stephen Chow Photography, image 2 courtesy of Ciaolink, image 3 courtesy of A New Leaf Jewellery, image 4 courtesy of The Lion Rock Press, image 5 courtesy of Pandora, image 6 courtesy of Or Tea?, image 7 courtesy of G.O.D, image 8 courtesy of G.O.D, image 9 courtesy of kapok, image 10 courtesy of Tiny Island, image 11 courtesy of ZEST of Asia, image 12 courtesy of CASETiFY, image 13 courtesy of Alvin C.K Lam, image 14 courtesy of Blacksmith Books, image 15 courtesy of Wander With Nicole.