Top 10 Souvenirs to Get in Hong Kong

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Lemon King started as a stall operated from a wooden truck and later became an official shop. For nearly half a century, it has been serving Hong Kong people licorice lemon snacks that dissolve phlegm and relieve cough. The licorice lemon from Lemon King is sour and sweet, whereas the mint lemon moisturizes the throat and reduces phlegm.

Address: Shop 18, Ground Floor, Wing Kut Street, Sheung Wan

Crafted by the esteemed Master Yip Wing-wah, the revered founder of the renowned Peninsula Egg Custard Mooncake, and led by his sole protégé, the illustrious Michelin two-star master pastry chef Lai Wing-kuen, Imperial Patisserie’s Lava Mooncake was awarded the Grand Gold in Monde Selection for sixth consecutive year. Other products including Snowy Cookies Series, Palmiers Series, Children’s Pastries Series and Sweets Series.

Address:  shop located throughout Hong Kong。The Central store is situated on the 1st floor of the Central Market.

Jenny Bakery was founded by Jenny, who opened a patisserie in Stanley, Hong Kong in 2005. Because Jenny likes to collect teddy bears, she printed teddy bears on the boxes of cookies sold in her bakery. Jenny Bakery sells cookies in butter, coffee, raisin oatmeal, and crispy butter flavors. While the cookie has a strong buttery aroma, it is also extremely soft and could break easily. As there are many counterfeit goods on the market, it is recommended that you purchase the cookies from the Jenny Bakery store.

Address: Shop 42, 1/F, Mirador Mansion, 54-64 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Freshly made daily and predominantly made-to-order, Duck Shing Ho only has a small amount of stock for walk-in customers to buy on the spot. It is open every day at 9:30 a.m. However, one may find that there is already a queue 2 hours before the opening of business. Also, the goods are always quickly sold out shortly after the shop opens. Therefore, it is known as the souvenir hardest to buy in Hong Kong.

Address: Ground Floor, 64 Java Road, North Point (Tel: 25705529)

Originated in Yuen Long, Hang Heung is a traditional Chinese patisserie with its own workshop. It is best known for its “wife cakes”, which are cakes with flaky puff pastry, fully filled with sweet and smooth winter melon filling that one never gets tired of. Also, the flaky century egg pastries and egg cakes are very popular.

Address: Hang Heung Cake Shop has stores located throughout Hong Kong. The Main Shop is located on the Castle Peak Road-Yuen Long (also colloquially known as “Yuen Long Main Road”.

One of Hong Kong’s oldest snack stores, Chan Yee Jai continues to make its own pastries, candy, and pickled fruit by hand. It is best known for its bird’s nest cake, barley cake, and traditional layered beancurd rolls with shrimp roe.

Address: Ground Floor, 176B Queen’s Road Central

When it comes to the best chili sauces in Hong Kong, the Yu Kwen Yik brand is always on the list. Yu Kwen Yik sources the ingredients of white vinegar, garlic, and chili seriously. Without added preservatives, it is a great choice for wok-fried soy sauce noodles, pork dumplings, and turnip cakes.

Address: Main Store located in Sai Ying Pun Second Street or all specialty food stores

Garden is a food business of one of the largest scales in Hong Kong. Primarily, it produces bread, cookies, and cakes, and has witnessed the growth of many Hong Kong people. Garden’s classic snacks include butter rolls, chocolate fingers, malkist crackers, etc.

Address: Available in major supermarkets

If you have fallen in love with the milk tea from the Dai Pai Dong in Hong Kong, consider purchasing this instant milk tea mix to relive the Hong Kong-style milk tea experience at your own home.
Address: Available in major supermarkets

Developed by Wong To Yik, a Chinese medicine practitioner, the medicated oil focuses on back pain, contusions, and sprains; and could be used as massage oil for people who stand or walk for a long time. it is the best gift for the elderly.

Available in: Watsons or Mannings store