Shop G39, G/F, Mikiki Mall, 638 Prince Edward Rd. East, San Po Kong, 3971-0444
Bespoke furniture company 1950 actually features home furnishings spanning from the 50s through 70s. Armchairs are one of its specialties, and can be made in funky pastel colors in tones of pink, green and blue. As well as custom-made pieces, the Kowloon store is also a treasure trove of quirky second-hand curios such as old-school telephones, alarm clocks, gumball machines and polaroid cameras.

1a Space

Unit 14, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Rd., To Kwa Wan, 2529-0087
Founded in 1998, 1a Space—located in a former cattle shed—is one of the city's leading contemporary visual art organizations. An independent, non-profit venture established by a group of local artists, it encourages interaction between the art community and the public through frequent exhibitions, seminars, festivals and cultural-exchange programs. It often features works by emerging young artists that have freshly graduated from local universities.

2000 Flower

Room 223, 2/F, Hankow Centre, 5-15 Hankow Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2575-8899
This company provides international ordering, corporate account servicing for bulk orders, professional venue decoration and premium gift service for company promotion. 24-hour ordering available through the Internet. Delivery available at extra charge. 2000 Flower also offers a wide selection of wedding bouquets that are available to order online, via email and over the phone 24 hours a day...

22 Degrees North

88 Nam Cheong St., Sham Shui Po, 2568-1147
Art, culture and leather satchels: this stylish concept store has its eye on the hipster community. 22 Degrees North opened up shop in a converted fabric store in Sham Shui Po and aims to be a meeting point for Hongkongers in the creative field. The three-story space consists of a lifestyle shop, a hangout area (where you can also take classes) and a multipurpose space for exhibitions and gigs.   

3 Super New Electronic Lighting Production

164 Ap Liu St., Sham Shui Po, 2728-4361
This place has a wide variety of microphones, lighting and wiring suitable for setting up a studio.

321 Play

1-2/F, KRAS Asia Industrial Building, 79 Hung To Rd., Kwun Tong, 2797-9323
With the motto “Love Life, Love Sports,” 321 Play is a premier sports center offering year-round indoor sports facilities. It has indoor skiing and snowboarding and motor racing simulators, as well as baseball and softball batting cages—perfect for sporty kids’ parties. If you’re prepping for a ski trip, a ski and snowboard private lesson is $1,380 and there are longer-term packages should you or your kids be keen to take up the sport...

6 Senses Cooking Studio

Unit E, 3/F, Worldwide Centre, 123 Tung Chau St., Tai Kok Tsui, 2838-9905
Having traveled the globe to explore different cuisines around the world, founder and chief instructor Denice Wai opened 6 Senses Cooking Studio in 2004 in the hopes of teaching others how to blend eastern and western cuisines to create unique, healthy dishes. Her fusion baking classes look absolutely scrumptious, featuring sweet treats such as potato crumble cake, raspberry and lavender mousse cake and three bean pudding...

9 Days Photo & Camera

1/F, Grand Right Centre, 10 Cameron Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, 2366-9238
A well-known vintage camera specialist established in 2007, 9days specializes in legendary brands, such as Alpa, Carl Zeiss, Tokina, and many more. This is among the top choices for collectorsof old film cameras and vintage lenses, photographers  and history buffs alike. 

A Barrel of Monkeys

Shop 44, G/F, Emax Plaza, 1 Trademart Dr., Kowloon Bay, 2234-0131
The creatively named A Barrel of Monkeys stocks just about every kind of wacky toy around, including cosmic rockets, multi-activity books, board games and worst-case scenario games.

A Club

Shop 202, King Wah Centre, 628 Nathan Rd., Mong Kok, 2882-1661
A Club is a locally designed footwear store for men. The boutique offers dress shoes, leather boots, and casual slip-on sneakers in an abundance of styles and colors. Designed by its own designer-owner, each shoe in the store is unique, with styles for every occasion.

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