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Where to buy toddler & baby products in Hong Kong

By Gigi Wong 17 October 2019 | Last Updated 4 October 2021

Header image courtesy of Milk It Baby

Originally published by Gigi Wong. Last updated by Alisa Chau.

Looking to shop for the arrival of your new baby? With everything from clothing and diapers to strollers and cots to think of, preparing the items you need ahead of time can be stressful, so it’s helpful when everything you need is all in one place. Luckily, there is a wide selection of baby emporiums in the city, where you can shop for the supplies you need in person. Here are the best stores in Hong Kong to buy baby and toddler products.

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Milk It Baby

Milk It Baby is a luxury baby lifestyle brand with the simple belief that every child should enjoy their first adventures in an engaging, educational, and stylish manner. Known for their travel-inspired gear, their signature patterns are inspired by a love for art, culture, and vibrant travelling. Incorporating trendy and striking visuals of everyday iconography, the brand aims to foster a sense of recollection amongst your little ones when out and about and exploring. With the goal of providing top-tier playtime and baby care products—including reversible foam playmats, trendy teethers, in addition to stylish silicone bibs and bowls—their design beautifully marries environmental consciousness in its materials with items that are gorgeous to look at and interact with.

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EugeneBaby

As the largest retail chain store providing high-quality baby and maternity products in Hong Kong, EugeneBaby spans the New Territories, Kowloon, and Hong Kong Island. Things sold here are on the luxurious side, so even the stuff on sale comes with a higher price tag. The upside, however, is that you can shop in comfort, given that most of their shops boast an entire, massive floor. EugeneBaby also caters to the local market, offering a lot of Asian brands like Japanese Pigeon and Singaporean Puku that are hard to find elsewhere. Whether it’s strollers, milk bottles, maternity pillows, or baby food, you can find everything you need right in one place.

EugeneBaby, locations across Hong Kong

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Ah Chi Co. Baby’s Necessities

Unpretentious and unfussy, Ah Chi Co. is a family business that has been operated for 45 years. Upon first glance, the shop may be cramped and packed to the brim, but it contains a treasure trove of useful baby goodies sold at a reasonable price—think clothes, sheets, strollers, pumps, bassinets, bouncers, and more. It showcases products made in China, as well as big-name brands like ErgoBaby and Medela. Better still, the two owners are extremely helpful. Instead of hard-selling, they wll give you an honest opinion on what to buy.

Ah Chi Co. Baby’s Necessities, 38 Eastern Street, Sai Ying Pun | (+852) 2559 6730

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Petit Bazaar

Founded in 2010 by a French mum and children’s speech therapist, Petit Bazaar is a stylish store that brings chic children’s clothing, toys, and décor from top European designer brands to the 852. Some standouts are the collection of kids’ furniture, including cots, cribs, beds, and wardrobes that can easily add a warm personality to every nursery room. If you are looking to buy some charming gifts for your little ones, they also carry a wide array of handmade knitted and sewn toys, so the babies can engage with handcrafted goods from an early age.

Petit Bazaar, locations across Hong Kong

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Mothercare

Since starting their trade in Hong Kong in 1992, Mothercare has been parents’ go-to store for a full range of children’s fashion, nursing covers, pushchairs, car seats, and more. They have got everything for mothers, mothers-to-be, babies, as well as young children. With branches located in some of the most convenient shopping hotspots in town, such as Lee Garden Two, it showcases both local and international brands. The collection of larger items, like cots and prams, are particularly accommodating, as they allow you to really examine the quality, size, and portability in person before making your purchase.

Mothercare, locations across Hong Kong

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Petit Tippi

Petit Tippi takes baby products to an eco-friendly level, offering a carefully curated collection of natural and organic baby products. Their cloth diapers are best-sellers, encompassing handy newborn and starter kits in bold colours and pretty prints. If you are new to sustainable diapers, they provide consulting and run how-to workshops at their Sai Ying Pun showroom. A keen supporter of breastfeeding, they also carry hard-to-find breastfeeding aids like Silverette healing cups, Haakaa breast pumps, and breastfeeding-friendly baby bottles.

Petit Tippi, 805 Kaiser Centre, 18 Centre Street, Sai Ying Pun

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Watsons Baby

As a concept store operated by one of Hong Kong’s largest drugstore chains, Watsons Baby is dotted all across Hong Kong, making it one of the more convenient babycare options in the city. It offers a plethora of handy choices that range from baby wipes and diapers to bottles and cleaners. In addition to showcasing products from its own exclusive brand Baby Naturals by Watsons, it also carries products by international brands like Healthy Times and Aveeno Baby. You definitely can’t go wrong here for baby’s essential everyday items.

Watsons Baby, locations across Hong Kong

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Gigi Wong

Former junior editor

From Hollywood blockbusters to indie flicks, Gigi loves just everything about films. Aside from rock & roll, she is also partial to jazz and vintage music. You can find her indulging in all sorts of books, eating out, discovering vinyl albums, and playing Blu-ray movies on her TV.

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