Best Shopping Malls In Hong Kong

Best Shopping Malls In Hong Kong
Kim
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Welcome to Hong Kong. While you are here, you will notice that you have so much to see and do. Most tourists who come to Hong Kong always think that the best this city has to offer is all about the top landmarks and sightseeing venues. The best way that you can experience the best of Hong Kong is through its food, the little temples, the ultimate shopping experience, the lively markets and shrines that are scattered throughout, which will give you a glimpse into the traditions that are still influential in everyday Hong Kong life. So scroll down and check out the top shopping malls in Hong Kong.

1. Pacific Place

HK Admiralty mall Pacific Place
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Located in 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong Pacific Palace is a complex of hotels, office towers and a shopping center all under one roof. In 2011, Pacific Place mall underwent an inspirational redesign under the globally acclaimed designer Thomas Heatherwick hence setting a new standard for contemporary luxury. Ever since, the mall has established itself as Hong Kong’s premier lifestyle hub offering the ultimate place where you can go shopping, play, dine, work, live and relax. The mall consists of three Grade-A office towers, four renowned five-star hotels (Conrad, The Upper House, JW Marriott and Island Shangri-La), and a 270-suite apartment residence. Driving is just as easy with more than 400 parking spaces available in Pacific Palace.

Pacific Place

Address: 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Website: Pacific Place

2. Elements

HK Elements Enterance
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While you are in honking, do not miss the opportunity of Immersing yourself in an oasis of fascinating lifestyle pleasures at Elements shopping mall. Here, you will have lots to do including shopping, art, dining and entertainment. Apart from the mentioned activities, you can also soak up the cultural diversity as you stroll through the five zones at Elements shopping mall which are inspired by the five elements of traditional Chinese culture. The wide range of luxury brands will ignite your senses, thanks to the widespread of culinary quest which ranges from casual fair to the delicacies of fine dining. So what are you waiting for? Come and discover the unparalleled experience that is offered at Elements.

Elements

Address: 1 Austin Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

Website: Elements

3. Harbour City

HK TST Harbour City mall
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Located at the heart of Hong Kong, Harbour City boasts of being the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong. Harbour City offers a wide range of services which include shopping, dining, entertainment and sightseeing. The self-proclaimed one-stop shopping paradise has more than 450 shops, 60 food and beverage outlets, a gallery and three hotels all under one roof. While at Harbour City, you will also have the privilege of learning and accessing the maritime history, the cruise liner berths and a fabulous harbor view, all at the doorstep of the mall. Once you arrive here, It is easy to pinpoint where the mall drew its name from.

Harbour City

Address: Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Website: Harbour City

4. Times Square Shopping Mall

HK Times Square Main Atrium
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Officially opened in Apr 1994, Times Square Shopping Mall is recognized as the ultimate shopping landmark in the beautiful city of Hong Kong. Times Square Shopping Mall is one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping malls and it is a famous tourist destination in the country. The mall has previously hosted events such as cultural programs, art exhibitions, charity events, movie promotions and new product launches. Times Square is home to more than 230 world-renowned brands all located within the 16 floors. This mall also houses various reputable electronics and audio chain stores and a reasonable selection of sports specialty stores.

Times Square Shopping Mall

Address: Matheson St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong,

Website: Times Square Shopping Mall

5. Festival Walk

Festival Walk Tat Chee Road
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With the special design which combines open space with natural light, Festival Walk offers an energized environment that’s conducive for innovation, pleasure and originality. The mall boasts over 200 restaurants and retail stores, over 220,000 sq. ft. (20438 square meters) of office space, more than 830 car park spaces, a large-screen cinema, one of the largest ice rinks in Hong Kong, and direct access to taxis, buses, and the MTR Station. Thanks to its setting and the easy accessibility, Festival Walk has grown to be the number one choice for most of the world’s biggest retail names and reputable companies.

Festival Walk

Address: 80 Tat Chee Ave, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Website: Festival Walk

6. The Landmark

The Landmark Hong Kong
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The Landmark is an exclusive luxury mall in Hong Kong famous for their attractive window displays. This mall consists of four iconic buildings including Landmark Alexandra, Landmark Atrium, Landmark Prince’s and Landmark Chater. As you tour the mall, you will notice some high-end retail stores, including Tiffany, Louis Vuitton’s Asia flagship store and Harvey Nichols. Dining at The Landmark is equally prestigious thanks to the wide varieties of eateries which include Michelin-starred restaurants and The airy Café Landmark which are both preferred by the local celebrities. The Landmark brings the ultimate shopping experience to discerning customers.

The Landmark

Address: 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Website: The Landmark

7. IFC Mall

IFC mall
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IFC Mall is one of the leading business and leisure destinations in Hong Kong. The mall comprises more than 200 unique combinations of stores which includes international premier brands, flagship retail stores, entertainment outlets and an extraordinary dining and entertainment experience in one of the finest hotels in Hong Kong. IFC Mall offers a truly inspiring shopping, living and working experience and all are welcomed to enjoy this new shopping experience. The IFC Mall is not only the most preferred spot for sightseeing in Hong Kong, but also it is one of the most iconic shopping malls.

IFC Mall

Address: 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

Website: IFC Mall

8. New Town Plaza Shopping Mall

New Town Plaza interior
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New Town Plaza is the flagship shopping center of Sun Hung Kai Properties. The mall is located at the heart of Sha Tin, right next to Sha Tin station and it has more than 2 million sq. ft (185,000 sq meters) of exceptional dining, shopping and lifestyle facilities. The mall houses an irresistible collection of more than 350 renowned international retail store, boutiques and more than 50 restaurants all waiting for you. While you are here, you are guaranteed to find all that you are looking for ranging from international fashion and chic accessories to the latest electronics and fine dining. So whether you are here for a relaxing afternoon of shopping or a magical night out, New Town Plaza warmly invites you to come and enjoy the new experience at its premises.

New Town Plaza Shopping Mall

Address: Sha Tin Centre St, Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Website: New Town Plaza Shopping Mall

9. SOGO Japanese Department Store

Sogo Department Store, Causeway Bay
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Opened in 1985, SOGO Japanese Department Store is the largest Japanese-style department store in Hong Kong. Throughout the years, this mall has experienced continuous renovation and expansion with the aim of being the best and most ideal shopping environment in Hong Kong. SOGO Japanese Department Store plays a major role on the local shopping circuit by housing a wide selection of international retail stores including famous European fashion brands, jewelry, skin care products, leather goods, cosmetics, electrical appliances and home supplies. Due to its growing reputation, SOGO is characterized by the locals as the “Japanese style one-stop shop” that offers quality goods and services to its customers, and a pleasurable and a comfortable shopping environment.

SOGO Japanese Department Store

Address: 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Website: SOGO Japanese Department Store

10. 1881 Heritage

1881 Heritage
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Constructed at the Former Marine Police Headquarters at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, this 120-year-old historical development has been renovated and transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark in Hong Kong known as 1881 Heritage. After renovations, 1881 Heritage mall features some of the world’s best dining establishments and hip bars, luxury retail shops, a heritage hotel, and a Heritage Hall where visitors go when they want to learn more about the history of the site. Given its strategic position, 1881 Heritage mall can be easily reached by various modes including by ferry, MTR and bus. Additionally, most visitors find 1881 Heritage to be the perfect shopping destination because it is located only steps away from Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Kowloon Park and Hong Kong Museum of Art.

1881 Heritage

Address: 2A Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Website: 1881 Heritage

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It does not matter if you are here for business or for leisure, while in Hong Kong, you have vast options of shopping malls where you can do your shopping peacefully. For the ultimate shopping experience, this article has highlighted some of the best shopping malls in Hong Kong.

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