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The Peninsula Arcade, Hong Kong

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Browse the high-end shops of The Peninsula Arcade, a grand hotel serving as a symbol of luxury, with a fleet Rolls-Royce vehicles parked outside the colonial style building erected in 1928. The arcade houses a number of stores selling international fashion brands throughout its three floors and offers accessories and jewelry priced for shoppers with deep pockets. Many boutiques lure shoppers with an array of chocolates, arranged like precious gems in a jewelry store. Find out how to plan Hong Kong trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • Semi-island Hotel shopping mall is a brand-name place, but mainly to the ground floor of the half Island Waffle House. They are sweet, they like their cream cake, a little expensive but the material is not wrong, the boyfriend's birthday received very open heart.
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  • Also somehow enters sneak not feel sunlit floor-is a surprise and also affordable accessories (about 1800 yen) is often also boutique luxury in the basement immediately discount buy and I was wondering thought it was visited Also located underneath the cake and cookie store next to the Sheraton staff recommended high-quality cake (yummy) rates the good souvenirs (3,000 yen) Souvenirs I bought here for sweets and food products in Japan was thinking more is pleased you did pay attention
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  • tangs made several seals. To seal's full name to make the family more, to zodiac signs with stone. We did last year was born in a small child's seal. We have photos made to child years ago seal and seal, owner's to show, I got in the same stone and the size and typeface. Since the evening of arrival immediately ordered 引ki取remashita on the evening of the next day. (Here, you always can be in this many days, so. ) Remembers a favorite Hong Kong S.A.R. seal seal for use at work, I also made a nice typeface and like a stone, so every time. Owner, I'm fluent in Japan Japanese staff at first, rest assured, you can consult, buy.
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  • Great High End shopping
  • Strip of high end stores within hotel complex
  • Nice and cool in the summer, but limited variety of expensive stuff.
  • The Peninsula's boutique shopping mall on Nathan Road is a little luxury escape on a very busy road.
  • Good

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