Top 10 Shopping Malls in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Shopping
Hong Kong really is a most impressive shopping destination. A fashionista hub, you'll find brand names galore at addresses like The Landmark, Harbour City and Times Square to name but a few.
But it doesn't end there; the better malls incorporate the full gamut of facilities including fast food, fine dining, massage and cinema amenities - even ice skating! Take a day or so out to explore this side of Hong Kong and you won't be disappointed. Retail therapy in Hong Kong really does work.
1The Landmark (Central) Central
The Landmark, also known as ‘Central’, is one of the oldest and most prominent shopping malls in Hong Kong, positioned between the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and office towers. Five levels of chic designer shopping offer brands that are rarely showcased elsewhere in Asia. Read More...2Harbour City Tsim Sha Tsui
Harbour City at Tsim Sha Tsui, is a vast retail destination featuring more than 700 stores, 50 food and beverage outlets and a couple of cinemas over four levels. The mall is neatly divided up into four areas: Ocean Terminal, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel Arcade, Ocean Centre and Gateway Arcade. Read More...3Pacific Place (Admiralty) Central
Pacific Place or Admiralty is situated in a top location at the centre of Hong Kong with views across the harbour. Close by are the Conrad, Shangri-La and JW Marriot giving the mall a decidedly upmarket feel. Inside the centre caters to a smattering of exclusive labels across four levels offering 130 outlets and three department stores. Read More...4IFC Mall Central
The IFC mall is neatly located above Hong Kong station and packs in over 200 stores, a cinema, fitness gym and department store over four levels. It’s worth visiting the mall just to dine here, with some of the restaurants considered amongst Hong Kong’s finest offering spectacular views across Victoria Harbour. Read More...5Times Square Shopping Mall Causeway Bay
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 Shopping Mall is a uniquely designed complex full of top names roughly divided by floor. Read More...6Elements Hong Kong Western Part of Kowloon
With five zones themed around the Chinese elements metal, wood, water, fire and earth, Elements Hong Kong located in Western Kowloon boasts a fantastic range of sought after brands, a good selection of dining options, an ice rink and a 1,600 capacity cinema – currently larger than any movie theatre in Hong Kong. Read More...7Festival Walk Kowloon Tong
Festival Walk is a good place to shop, eat and be entertained. Catering to all budgets and all shopping styles, including fashion stores. 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. Read More...8New Town Plaza Shopping Mall Sha Tin
New Town Plaza is a sprawling complex encompassing three plazas in one located at the centre of Sha Tin. The main part of the mall centres on a nine-storey tower complete with a cinema, shops, restaurants, a roof garden and a themed fun world for kids. This is definitely the mall to visit in Hong Kong if you have children. Read More...9SOGO Japanese Department Store Causeway Bay
Situated on Yee Wo Street close to Times Square on Causeway Bay, SOGO is a huge department store shopping complex specialising in Japanese brands. An amazing 19 floors stock everything imaginable including fashion items, kids toys and clothes, home wear, electronics and health and beauty products. Read More...10Wing On Department Store Yau Ma Tei
Wing On is a household name across Hong Kong, well-known as one of the most established department stores. The Wing On Plus, Yau Ma Tei branch at the Kowloon Centre, Nathan Road is a great place for frugal shoppers to buy household items, electronical appliances, kids’ toys, clothing and accessories. Read More...