Thanks to its breathtaking skyline, few cities in the world have
become so associated with modernity as Hong Kong. It is a city of
neon advertising, towering skyscrapers and streets teeming with
Hong Kong has about 7,500
skyscrapers, more than any other city in the world. Central's streets have long been shadowed over by
Hong Kong and shopping are inseparable from each other; the city has
been a shopper's paradise for a long time. The insatiable appetite
for shopping is catered to by malls of titanic proportions. Hong
Kong has some of the biggest malls in the world, filled with all
kind of consumer good under the sun.
Capitalism and consumerism
drive the city.