8 Sustainable Shops In Hong Kong For Eco-Friendly Living

8 Sustainable Shops In Hong Kong For Eco-Friendly Living

If you’ve so much as dipped a toe in the wellness water, you’ll be familiar with the zero-waste, package-free movements that are (rightfully) taking the world by storm. Hong Kong is following suit and is now home to a number of eco-friendly concept stores that make a lean, green lifestyle much easier to accomplish. Check out the sustainable shops in Hong Kong you need to know for greener groceries, fashion, and gifting.

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This independent bulk grocery and eco-conscious lifestyle store kicked off Hong Kong’s waste-free trend, as the first zero-waste store to open in the city. It stocks everything from whole grains and chemical-free detergents to beauty products and reusable kitchen accessories.

G/F, 20 High Street, Sai Ying Pun / 5 Tak Lung Back Street, Sai Kung | livezero.hk | 9433 3394 | orders@livezero.hk

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Edgar stocks organic, fair trade and ethically sourced produce from Europe and beyond, inviting Hong Kong shoppers to have their sustainable shopping fill. The shop is entirely packaging free, so be sure to show up with your own bags, wraps and containers.

Shop 201, 2/F, K11, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | edgar.hk | 3101 3030 | hello@edgar.hk

See also: How To Live Plastic-Free In Hong Kong From An Environmental Expert

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Advocating the benefits of a slower paced life in a city that never seems to stop, Slowood stocks eco-conscious and sustainable produce and lifestyle products, encouraging people to form closer relationships with nature and their surroundings. Items are gluten-free, package free and eco-friendly, and cruelty-free.

Shop 1-3, G/F, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town | slowood.hk | 2818 0203 | hello@slowood.hk

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Advocates of gifting with a conscience, BYDEAU is a florist unlike any other. It offers beautiful bouquets and unique gift combinations that come wrapped in linen and corrugated cardboard or wooden boxes that can be easily recycled or repurposed.

4/F, 53 Wellington Street, Central | bydeau.com | 5525 0037 | info@bydeau.com

See also: A Guide To Conscious Gifting For A More Sustainable Present 

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Get Give offers a carefully curated collection of gifts, lifestyle products and homeware goods. Its high-quality items are sent to lucky recipients in eco-friendly wrapping and packaging, ensuring no gift comes with a price for the planet to pay.

22A Gee Hang Hong Centre, 65 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang, get-give.co | 9438 3852 | hello@get-give.co

See also: At Liberty Founder Kate Jones On How To Create A Sustainable Event

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New isn’t always better; the team at Hula know this better than most. The pre-owned designer resellers have just launched Hong Kong’s first pre-loved fashion warehouse, filled with big name brands the likes of Chanel, Gucci, Celine and Isabel Marant, among others.

5A Evergreen Industrial Mansion, 12 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang | thehula.com | 2544 1511 | hello@thehula.com
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Vestiaire Collective

With its mission to put the cycle of fast-fashion to an end, Vestiaire Collection gives luxury fashion items a new lease of life. Its team of dedicated stylists ensure items are on-trend, in good condition and authentic, before they are then redistributed to the global fashion community.

vestiairecollective.com | 5808 0721

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Thorn and Burrow

The eco-conscious homeware store stocks everything you could ever want for your home. Interior inspirations include everything from vibrant Moroccan rugs and textiles to chalk paint, Turkish towels and kitchenware. Collaborating exclusively with independent artisans, each product is lovingly hand-crafted and adds a personal touch to your home.

1/F, 30 High Street, Sai Ying Pun | thornandburrow.com | 2559 9338 | hello@thornandburrow.com

Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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