Hong Kong souvenirs are hard to find.
Here are some souvenirs recommended by Hong Kong people for those of you who are not familiar with Hong Kong souvenirs.
First of all….
Butter Cookies by Jenny Bakery
The hero of Hong Kong homemade cookies. Jenny Bakery’s butter cookies.
Super sticky. Be careful, there are a lot of fakes. There are only two main shops in Hong Kong. There are many resellers. The expiration date is about a month. You can choose either Small or Medium tin size, and 4 or 8 flavors of cookies.
Kiqi Hua’s Panda Cookies
There are many stores and they are conveniently located in Hong Kong International Airport Terminals 1 and 2 so that you can bring them back home as souvenirs. The cute pandas are quite popular.
In Hong Kong, Demae Itcho is a very popular instant ramen. It is now manufactured in Hong Kong, and many original flavors not found in Japan are sold. It is also sold at convenience stores in Hong Kong airport.
It is also available in Japan.
rice cake with bean paste wrapped in a preserved old woman’s breast
A chunky paste with a refreshing sweetness is wrapped in a pie crust.
It is a very easy-to-eat Chinese sweet. It is like a Taiwanese sun cake.
Egg rolls. The taste is different from Taiwanese ones.
Empress egg rolls are very popular.
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It is a Macau specialty, but you can get an equivalent in Hong Kong.
The most popular stores are as follows: Load Stow’s Baker’s is very popular.
It is called mazai, or as it is called in Japan, “okoshi. It is quite suitable for the Japanese palate. Qihua Bakke’s mazai is very popular.
This condiment is not available in supermarkets. Some hotels and restaurants sell original XO sauce.
Seasonings can be found in many city supermarkets.
Shrimp shoyu, for example, is very popular.