Keep the date of your return flight in mind when you enter Harbour City because this place is so vast you might forget about leaving. Hong Kong’s largest mall consists of five sections: Gateway Arcade, Ocean Centre, Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, and Star Annex. The upshot for the shopper is a choice of over 450 shops, around 70 restaurants, three hotels, an art gallery and an observatory deck. Fortunately, this mind-boggling selection has been intelligently organised into distinct zones for kids, sports, fashion, watches and jewellery, beauty, and more. The third floor of Ocean Centre is where you can gape at the latest electronic gadgets, while Canton Road outside is one long strip of luxury shopping, including Louis Vuitton’s largest store in Asia and Chanel's Asia flagship store.
People come from far and wide to shop in Causeway Bay, and they’ll rarely leave without stepping foot inside its grand prize – Times Square. Sitting on top of a MTR Causeway Bay Station exit, the district’s largest shopping mall has 230 stores spanning mid-price to luxury fashion and accessories, electronics and toys, two department stores, a supermarket and over 20 restaurants dishing out top-grade Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Western fare.
You can easily recognise the mall by the elaborate displays and photogenic installations it sets up temporarily at its entrance, especially during festivals and other celebrations. Hundreds of thousands of people gather here to countdown to a new year every 31 December.
Battling whether to dedicate your precious travel time in Hong Kong to art or shopping? Well, at K11 Art Mall you can have both. With artwork integrated throughout the ‘Museum-Retail space’, you can enjoy art appreciation while you browse the broad selection of fashion and accessories, electronics, and beauty and lifestyle products.
K11 Art Mall carries a wide range of international and local brands, including the Hong Kong flagship stores of Chow Tai Fook and C.P.U.; sought-after fashion labels such as agnès b., D-mop, MISTERGENTLEMAN; popular dining establishments such as PAN de PAIN, ATUM, Baekmidang and Empire City Roasted Duck. The mall is organised into retail zones, such as K11 Design Store; innovative all-in-one experiential beauty space K11 Beauty; hub for creative brands K11 Select; and K11 Natural, Hong Kong’s first natural and craft concept zone.
K11 Art Mall is also home to a variety of art and cultural experiences, including creative workshops, mini concerts, movie screenings and cultural dialogues showcasing both home-grown and international artists; as well as inspirational art exhibitions and seasonal themed events.
ELEMENTS was designed by the world-renowned Benoy and themed after the five Chinese elements of wood, water, fire, earth and metal. In addition to the mid to upper-priced and luxury fashion brands, as well as, jewellery and accessories brands, the mall also has Hong Kong’s largest natural and organic food supermarket: 3hreesixty.
You can take a break from shopping with some alfresco dining at Civic Square, which has a choice of seven types of cuisine from around the world. The mall is also linked to the International Commerce Centre – the city’s tallest building – where you can whizz up to sky100 for a breathtaking view of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
Clad in a distinctive gold curtain, China Hong Kong City is a popular shopping destination in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The mall is home to around 20 fashion outlets, including Coccinelle, ESPRIT, G2000 and Samsonite, which offer price reductions of as much as 70 per cent. Other retailers span categories such as dried seafood and Chinese health care, beauty and personal care, audio-visual and electrical products, and jewellery, watches and gifts.
One of the largest shopping malls in Hong Kong, New Town Plaza offers shoppers 350 international labels and boutiques, the latest electronics, 50 restaurants, and supermarkets selling Japanese and Taiwanese foods. And don’t forget the kids; they’ll have a ball with Charlie Brown and his friends at Asia’s first Snoopy’s World.
MOKO is situated in the hub of Mong Kok. Providing diverse mix of brand-name retailers and restaurants, including jewellery & watches, cosmetics, health products, AV, fashion & accessories, and also different cuisines. Offering various kind of entertainment facilities including the brand new cinema, UA Cine MOKO, equipped with IMAX theatre, providing customers an one-stop shopping experience.
The 250 shops that make up Olympian City include leading names in international fashion, beauty, health care, accessories, homewares and wellness; as well as luxury lifestyle options such as fine wines. And if you find this shopping city’s starting to sink your energy meter, there are around 40 restaurants here happy to restore it.