Festival Walk Hong Kong Shopping Mall

Kowloon Shopping Malls

Festival Walk is a good place to shop, eat and be entertained. Catering to all budgets and all shopping styles, including fashion stores from labels including H&M and Mango. Entertainment value lies in wait at one of Asia’s biggest ice-skating rinks, a multi-screen cinema and a yearly calendar of events featuring fashion launches and art exhibitions.

The mall was designed to be spacious and full of daylight which is a good selling point as this complex offers a welcome respite from other more crowded Hong Kong shopping centres.

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Shopping at Festival Walk

Stores at Festival Walk shopping mall feature a wide-range of global brands where the emphasis is on prices that are neither expensive nor cheap. There are plenty of options in fashion from city smart suits at Brooks Brothers to in-style casual wear at Club Monaco. Sports enthusiast will find everything they need and more at GigaSports or Sportsmax whilst diva’s will enjoy a look at designer bags in COACH.

The spacious design of the mall makes this a great place to bring babies in strollers where you will easily be able to navigate round plus sky-lights allow natural light to flood the mall making shopping a much more enjoyable experience.

Accessories & Luggage

  • Accessorize
  • Evita Peroni
  • Montblanc
  • Tie Rack


  • Camper
  • Furla
  • Rockport
  • S.T.Dupont

Jewellery & Watches

  • 4C
  • Chow Sang Sang
  • Folli Follie
  • Global Timepieces
  • Madia
  • Tic Tac Time

Sports & Outdoor

  • Gigasports
  • Inside Edge
  • Patagonia
  • Sportmax


  • 7 For All Mankind
  • Aquascutum
  • Brooks Brothers
  • Club Monaco
  • French Connection
  • Jill Stuart
  • Juicy Couture
  • Mango
  • MaxMara
  • Penny Black
  • Private Shop
  • Ralph Lauren
  • The Emporium
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Valentino
  • Vivienne Tam
  • Vivienne Westwood

Health & Beauty

  • Bobbi Brown
  • Clarins
  • Jurlique
  • Lancome
  • Paul & Joe
  • Shiseido
  • Shu Uemeura

Festival Walk Restaurants & Dining

Food at Festival Walk covers all bases from sandwiches to espressos and fine dining. Restaurants, coffee shops and fast food outlets are spread throughout the mall serving everything from noodles and dim sum to American style ribs and caramel ice-cream.

In keeping with the ambience of the shopping centre, eating here is generally not a pretentious affair with most eateries offering value for money in a relaxed environment.

  • Amaroni’s Little Italy
  • Café de Coral
  • Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill
  • EXP
  • Festive China
  • House of Canton
  • Ichikawa Japanese
  • Itamae Sushi
  • Jasmine
  • Lanna Thai
  • Queens Café
  • rice paper
  • Season Kushiyaki
  • Wang Jia Sha

agnes.b le pain grille

A unique dining experience geared heavily towards hungry fashionistas. The agnes.b le pain grille is located within the clothes boutique where shoppers browse as you eat. Food includes mussels in white wine sauce, grilled Black Angus rib eye and warm almond and pear tart with vanilla ice-cream.

Amaroni’s Little Italy

A popular Italian bistro delivering comforting plates of huge pizzas daily in an ambience that plays on all the Italian stereotypes. Other dishes include rosemary chicken, calamari and pasta plates such as penne with shrimp. Most diners come here for the Classic Pizza - best served with an Italian side salad.


Mixing together flavours from across the globe, EXP has a varied menu featuring noodles and pasta. It’s a great place to visit if you’re after a light bite with delights including cheesecake and mango tea. The restaurant is located next to the ice rink so you may have to queue at busier times of the day; it’s also superb value for money.

Entertainment at Festival Walk

Festival Walk Glacier is home to Hong Kong’s biggest ice-skating rink complete with theatrical lighting and a superb audio system making it a brilliant place to relax and let yourself go. Located close by is the AMC movie theatre featuring special LoveSeats offering extended legroom and moveable armrests.

The cinema also has digital surround sound and facilities for disabled guests. The shopping mall also hosts a packed programme of entertainment events throughout the year including watch expos, art viewings and fashion shows. Visit the customer service desk on Level LG2 or UG for information about what’s on and when.

Festival Walk

Festival Walk in Yau Yat Chuen is easy to get to using public transport via the MTR Kwun Tong and East Rail Line. Depart at Exit C if using the Kwun Tong Line and follow the air-conditioned pedestrian walkway. The shopping mall is located in the most upmarket part of Kowloon close to The City University and Industrial Technology Centre.

Car parking is also available with 830 spaces and is open for 24 hours every day, parking redemption machines are located on levels MTR and P1 for redeeming hourly parking tickets.  Check information desks or online for regular tourist promotions and shopping discounts.

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 07:00 - 00:00
  • Address: 80 Tat Chee Avenue Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • Tel: +852 2844 2222
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