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Custom Hong Kong Tailor Regularly Visits Auckland, New Zealand

We visit Auckland, New Zealand on a regular basis and spend up to three days conducting appointments for custom tailoring with established and new clients alike.

We take measurements, orders and deliver completed clothing from our authentic Hong Kong tailor shops. These often include bespoke (or made to measure):

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Where You Can Find Us In Auckland, New Zealand

We often locate our local appointments in a suite at an elegant hotel. Here's an example of a facility we've used recently:

Crowne Plaza Auckland
128 Albert St
Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
+64 9-302 1111

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The Local Auckland, New Zealand Area

There's plenty to do, see, and learn in Auckland!.

Here's a short breakdown from Wikipedia:

The isthmus was settled by Māori around 1350, and was valued for its rich and fertile land. Many pā (fortified villages) were created, mainly on the volcanic peaks. Māori population in the area is estimated to have been about 20,000 people before the arrival of Europeans. The introduction of firearms at the end of the eighteenth century, which began in Northland, upset the balance of power and led to devastating intertribal warfare beginning in 1807, causing iwi who lacked the new weapons to seek refuge in areas less exposed to coastal raids. As a result, the region had relatively low numbers of Māori when European settlement of New Zealand began. There is, however, nothing to suggest that this was the result of a deliberate European policy. On 27 January 1832, Joseph Brooks Weller, eldest of the Weller brothers of Otago and Sydney bought land including the sites of the modern cities of Auckland and North Shore and part of Rodney District for "one large cask of powder" from "Cohi Rangatira".

After the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in February 1840 the new Governor of New Zealand, William Hobson, chose the area as his new capital and named it after George Eden, Earl of Auckland then Viceroy of India. The land that Auckland was established on was given to the Governor by local Maori iwi Ngāti Whātua as a sign of goodwill and in the hope that the building of a city would attract commercial and political opportunities for the iwi. Auckland was officially declared New Zealand's capital in 1841 and the transfer of the administration from Russell (now Old Russell) in the Bay of Islands was completed in 1842. However, even in 1840 Port Nicholson (later Wellington) was seen as a better choice for an administrative capital because of its proximity to the South Island, and Wellington became the capital in 1865. After losing its status as capital Auckland remained the principal city of the Auckland Province until the provincial system was abolished in 1876.

In response to the ongoing rebellion by Hone Heke in the mid-1840s the government encouraged retired but fit British soldiers and their families to migrate to Auckland to form a defence line around the port settlement as garrison soldiers. By the time the first Fencibles arrived in 1848 the rebels in the north had been defeated so the outlying defensive towns were constructed to the south stretching in a line from the port village of Onehunga in the West to Howick in the east. Each of the four settlements had about 800 settlers, the men being fully armed in case of emergency but spent nearly all their time breaking in the land and establishing roads.

In the early 1860s Auckland became a base against the Māori King Movement. This, and continued road building towards the south into the Waikato, enabled Pākehā (European New Zealanders) influence to spread from Auckland. Its population grew fairly rapidly, from 1,500 in 1841 to 12,423 by 1864. The growth occurred similarly to other mercantile-dominated cities, mainly around the port and with problems of overcrowding and pollution. Auckland had a far greater population of ex soldiers, many of whom were Irish, than other settlements. About 50% of the population was Irish which contrasted heavily with the majority English settlers in Wellington, Christchurch or New Plymouth. Most of the Irish, though not all, were from Protestant Ulster. The majority of settlers in the early period were assisted by receiving a cheap passage to New Zealand.

Local Auckland, New Zealand Area News

Auckland Council dismisses Peters' housing claim - Radio New Zealand
22 Aug 2017 at 7:21pm
Radio New ZealandAuckland Council dismisses Peters' housing claimRadio New Zealand"The sale of these properties provided Housing New Zealand with funds that have been reinvested in acquiring, building and improving social housing in other parts of Auckland, such as Three Kings, where Housing New Zealand built a 22-unit complex.".and more »

Immigration and tourism lift Auckland Airport profit - Radio New Zealand
22 Aug 2017 at 3:57pm
Radio New ZealandImmigration and tourism lift Auckland Airport profitRadio New Zealand"Auckland Airport remained focused on its customers during the 2017 financial year, ensuring their journeys through the airport are fast and efficient and they have a range of options when parking, shopping or staying here." He said the airport's new ...Auckland International Airport wants to become one of the best in ...Stuff.co.nzAuckland International Airport Lifts Profit, Dividend Sharply | Fox ...Fox BusinessAuckland Airport working on transport solutions as traffic shows no sign of easingNew Zealand HeraldScoop.co.nz (press release)all 10 news articles »

Winston Peters accused of 'race-baiting' attack on Chinese air crew - New Zea...
22 Aug 2017 at 2:58am
Winston Peters accused of 'race-baiting' attack on Chinese air crewNew Zealand HeraldNew Zealand First leader Winston Peters is being accused of "race-baiting" over an attack on Chinese airline crew moving into a former special housing area that was designed to help solve Auckland's housing crisis. In a statement headed "Mt Albert ...and more »

How a solo mum of four purchased a home in Auckland - NZ Herald - New Zealand...
20 Aug 2017 at 4:55pm
How a solo mum of four purchased a home in Auckland - NZ HeraldNew Zealand HeraldJackie Harrison struggled with housing costs until she got assistance from a community housing organisation. Photo / Jason Oxenham. NZ Herald. Share via ...and more »

Auckland businessman Paul Davys pulls out of New Zealand Warriors purchase - ...
22 Aug 2017 at 8:38pm
NewshubAuckland businessman Paul Davys pulls out of New Zealand Warriors purchaseNewshubDavys had been in talks with current owner Eric Watson and today told Newshub he has pulled out of negotiations. 'I'm in no rush to sell the Warriors' - Eric Watson · New Zealand Warriors set to be sold. "I have withdrawn my interest due to a confusing ...and more »

'Highly successful' Auckland housing scheme offers hope - M?ori ... - Radio N...
22 Aug 2017 at 2:35pm
Radio New Zealand'Highly successful' Auckland housing scheme offers hope - M?ori ...Radio New ZealandA group representing M?ori interests in the city wants a bigger push to build good-quality affordable housing, and says Waimahia shows the way to do it.and more »

Cat ban in new East Auckland subdivison - Waikato Times
22 Aug 2017 at 3:15pm
Cat ban in new East Auckland subdivisonWaikato TimesForest and Bird campaigned to have the consent application publicly notified as the estuary is home to nesting birds including the endangered New Zealand dotterel and oystercatchers. A post on the organisation's Facebook page attracted more than 100 ...

Leaving Auckland airport's traffic woes out of $10.5b transport package 'shoc...
22 Aug 2017 at 5:46pm
Manawatu StandardLeaving Auckland airport's traffic woes out of $10.5b transport package 'shocking'Manawatu StandardThe recently published updated Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) said that construction of 20B is unlikely to occur before 2021. "That's too late and unacceptable," said Barnett. "[This] is a project that will benefit the NZ economy, not just ...and more »

Air New Zealand reports decline in full year profit - Australian Aviation
22 Aug 2017 at 4:41pm
Australian AviationAir New Zealand reports decline in full year profitAustralian AviationHowever, in recent times there are signs some carriers are pulling back from the New Zealand market ? Emirates has ended its Airbus A380 Sydney-Auckland tag flights, American and United have switched their year-round nonstop flights to Auckland from ...and more »

Auckland beard grower to 'face off' at world champs - Stuff.co.nz
22 Aug 2017 at 7:53pm
Stuff.co.nzAuckland beard grower to 'face off' at world champsStuff.co.nzThis time around he will be travelling with a team of four representing New Zealand, featuring men from Auckland, Tauranga and Christchurch. "There are going to be at least 50, 60 or plus competing in my category, and getting into the top three would ...and more »



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Ken Daswani - Proprietor of Daswani Tailors and Custom Hong Kong Tailor

Ken Daswani
Master Hong Kong Tailor

"With over 35 years in the business, you can be confident that you'll get the fit and price you deserve."

What Our Clients Say

Travis Neliton - Satisfied customer of Custom Hong Kong Tailor

Travis Neliton
Mortgage Consultant

"Ken offers his excellent service right to the door of your business office or home. He did an outstanding job fitting and measuring me, without cutting corners, for wonderful custom made suits I wear daily that were very reasonably priced.

"Most impressive though, is his outstanding follow-up and attention to detail. I would highly recommend Ken when you've decided to take your wardrobe and professional appearance to the next level."

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Brent Richter - Satisfied customer of Custom Hong Kong Tailor

Brent Richter
Healthcare Service
Operations Manager

"I had been working for months to find dress attire that would fit me properly, including another tailor I found online that had rave reviews. On the advice of a friend, I went to Ken.

"Ken came to my house, measured me up once, and the clothes fit perfectly the first time - not even a single adjustment needed. He has a wide selection of colors and fabrics at various price points and his attention to detail is impeccable. I'm very happy with my purchases so far and would highly recommend Ken to anyone looking to upgrade their wardrobe."

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Chris Winn - Satisfied customer of Custom Hong Kong Tailor

Chris Winn
Business Owner
Certified Financial Planner

"I've been working with Ken for the last five years and believe his company offers the best value on the market today for quality, service and price. I've referred serveral of my friends and associates to Ken and everyone has been equally impressed with the quality of his suits and exceptional service.

"Ken takes the hassle out of buying. No more driving to the mall to try and find a suit. Ken does everything for me. Personally, I hate shopping so when Ken comes to my office it's a big relief. I need to look my best, but don't have the time or know how to do it right. I need to focus my energy on running my business and not waste my time driving all over the planet. Plus, his custom suits, custom shirts and ties are outstanding AND less expensive than what you'd typically pay for an 'off the rack' suit at Nordstrom or Saks.

"I would recommend Ken to anyone who values their time and wants to make a great first impression."

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Rob Charlton - Satisfied customer of Custom Hong Kong Tailor

Rob Charlton
Charlton Marketing

"Nothing fits me off the rack. Now, for the fist time in my life, I have a suit that fits me in every way. I had no idea how much more comfortable it would be to wear custom tailored clothing. So far, I own a Daswani suit and a pair of slacks. I plan on owning much more!"

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