Traditional international brands such as Marks & Spencer open their doors alongside contemporaries DKNY and Anna Sui at this unusual vertical shopping mall. With a total of 14 floors and two basement levels, Times Square is a uniquely designed complex full of top names roughly divided by floor. Long escalators connect floors and ingeniously allow you to skip certain levels should you want to.
There are more than 230 shops plus a cinema and a good selection of restaurants from fast and cheap to pricy and chic. The mall is also famous for its huge external video screen and piazza playing host yearly to the biggest New Year Eve celebrations in Hong Kong.
- Half-Day City Tour
- Hong Kong Disneyland® Park Admission with Transfer
- Full-Day Macau Tour with Buffet Lunch
- Lantau Island Full-Day Tour
- Lamma Island Cruise
- Ocean Park Admission with Transfer
- City Sightseeing Tour with Victoria Peak Tram Ride
- Hong Kong Island Tour
- Guangzhou Day Trip with Giant Panda Encounter
- Evening Cruise, Dinner at Victoria Peak & Night Market Visit
Shopping at Times Square
Shopping at Times Square is an exciting experience with over 16 floors waiting to be explored; selling everything from shoes to jewellery, electronics to beauty products and fine wine.
There’s a heavy offering of street-sportswear from the likes of Fred Perry and Timberland alongside a vast array of fresh catwalk looks by designer labels such as Brooks Brothers, Paul Smith, Max Mara and Vivienne Westwood. The main flagship ‘anchor’ store is Lane Crawford which is spread over the Ground Level and Level 1.
Accessories & Luggage
Health & Beauty
Jewellery & Watches
Sports & Outdoor
Times Square Restaurants & Dining
The Food Forum at Times Square hosts around twelve fine dining restaurants; located on floors 10-13 there are gastronomic delights from around the world, although the emphasis is definitely more on Asian flavours. There are numerous chocolate houses, coffee bars and other pit-stop food outlets, plus a supermarket situated in Basement Level 1 catering to those seeking imported produce.
In addition to higher end eating establishments there are a few kitchen-diner type places along with fast-food chains delivering to a more casual crowd.
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Nha Trang Vietnamese Cuisine
Nha Trang restaurants are proud to prepare our authentic Vietnamese cuisine with fresh prime ingredients. We import rice, fish sauce and other essential ingredients direct from the source, to bring a taste of culinary traditions from across Vietnam, served in a comfortable modern dining room. Our menu reflects the best of the country’s age-old recipes. Taste flavours inspired by Hanoi home cooking, refined imperial Hue cuisine and dishes that combine Southeast Asian and French colonial-era elements.
Nha Trang restaurants are all about a laid-back dining experience. Enjoy a meal or snack from our pan-Vietnam repertoire, served with a friendly smile in a relaxed light-filled modern environment, enlivened with eye-catching Vietnamese artwork.
- Location: 13F, Shop no. 1303
PizzaExpress is really proud of their pizzas and their love for music. Since 1965 they have been serving hand crafted pizzas made with the freshest ingredients. Each pizza is made to order by their skilled Pizzaiolos (pizza chefs). And supporting meaningful causes in the community has always been a key component to the PizzaExpress brand. Beautiful pizza served in a socially responsible and creative environment- they call this "Pizza in Style"
- Location: 2F, Shop no. 1203
SML injects a new sense of freedom into mealtimes. At SML, all of the restaurant’s international dishes can be ordered in three sizes – Small, Medium and Large – giving customers a democratic alternative to the typical dining experience. The restaurant offers chic, casual dining, with both communal and restaurant-style seating, a bar with an Enomatic self-service wine dispenser, plus one of Hong Kong’s largest outdoor terraces – perfect for alfresco eating.
- Location: 11F, Shop no. 1105
- Tel: +852 2577 3444
Entertainment at Times Square
Times Square is well-known for its on-going commitment to exhibiting art, from contemporary sculptures to installation projects; there is always a creative presentation on show. Other special events worth looking out for include fairs and road shows for both corporate and consumer visitors.
If you happen to be visiting Hong Kong at the end of December, the Times Square New Year’s Eve countdown is a very special celebratory occasion definitely worth a look. If you fancy grabbing a movie then head down to the UA Times cinema located on the ground floor.
Located at the centre of Causeway Bay and connecting a multitude of streets including Hennessy Road, Percival Road and Russell Street, getting to Times Square is very easy. Go via MTR, depart at Causeway Bay Exit A and follow the subway into the Basement 2 Floor, or travel by trams stopping at Causeway Bay on Yee Wo Street, it’s then a short five minutes stroll.
There is also a whole list of buses travelling along Yee Wo that stop close by and car parking is available 24 hours with 700 spaces on offer. Additional services include locker rooms, mobile phone charging and taxi calling.
- Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 - 22:00
- Address: 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
- Tel: +852 2118 8900