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Tackle your to-do list: a Quarry Bay directory


Are you trying to hit your work deadlines but your mind is on the endless list of tasks you need to check off? Fret not – with these shops and services right on Taikoo Place doorstep, you will get your life admin done during lunch and still have time to sit down for a bite.

1. When you need to send something across the world, take ID photos or need some quick cash

Eliminate the hassle of paying multiple bills by visiting the Post Office on Tsat Tsz Mui Road or at Taikoo Shing, where you can pay your taxes, government or utility bills, and even business registration fees and stamp duty in one place. But if you just need to send letters, there are plenty of mail boxes around, including a couple right outside Taikoo Place near Tong Chong Street, and one at Tai Koo MTR Station near Exit A – find the closest one to you here. Need to send a parcel? SF Express provides both domestic and international express delivery options. For ID photos, drop by Fotomax in Yen Kung Mansion for pick-up in as soon as half an hour. Finally, if you need cash, there’s a not-so-secret-secret Hang Seng Bank ATM right inside Devon House, just around the corner from the lifts.

2. To get your clothes tailored and cleaned, polish shoes, refill a prescription, and feed Fido

When it comes to looking smart for an important meeting or a job interview, nothing beats a custom fit suit or dress. Visit Manly Plaza to find a host of top tailors where you can order a bespoke tailored suit or have your clothes altered. The shopping mall is also home to a variety of small shops offering services such as shoes and watch repair, alteration and locksmithing – explore and you may discover a hidden gem! Already got a suit? Make sure it’s spotless by taking it to Mei Yue Laundry for dry cleaning. Complete your look with a pair of perfectly polished shoes; The Groom Shoe Repair & Polish will leave your shoes shiny like they are new, and if they happen to need some extra care, the shop offers shoes reconditioning, repair and colour restoration. With your work stress taken care of, don’t forget to stock up on vitamins and supplements to ensure you stay on top of your game; from prescription drugs to dietary supplements, find everything you need at Ocean Dispensary. Finally, show your furry friends at home some love – pick up some treats and a toy for them at Natural Pet Store HK.

3. When your electronics fail you…

We all know the feeling when our phones die out of the blue – but before you panic, take it to the Pacific Computer Market where you can have it fixed and recover any lost data; typically, you can retrieve your phone on the same day. Just a stone’s throw away from Taikoo Place, Foresoon Computer Accessories Shop is the place to go for a variety of tech accessories, from adaptors and portable chargers for your business trips, to screen protectors, phone cases and camera attachments for those all-important, everyday selfies.

4. For last minute party supplies and delicious treats

So – there’s an all-important celebration, and you’re in charge. Hoi Kwong Street is where you need to go. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary or the most recent business success, Teresa Festival’s homemade cakes (such as raspberry truffle or the more creative Barefeet on Maui), is your best bet. For treats to wow your co-workers, Healing Bakery’s matcha and chocolate mochi puffs won’t disappoint. Do order online in advance as the popular sweets tend to sell out quickly! Surprise your special someone with a bouquet from Symphony Florist, or send a holiday hamper on special occasions to say “thank you” to your client. If it’s decorations you’re after, everyone’s favourite stationery shop Golden City Stationery offers fun seasonal decorations, small toys and craft supplies for you to turn any space into party central.

Please contact the shops directly for latest information and offers.

Find out all about this month’s openings and top deals with our April round-up.

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