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    The Best Places to Shop in Causeway Bay

    Shopping in Causeway Bay is undeniably one of the highlights of a trip to Hong Kong. It’s common to see happy but exhausted visitors trundling back to their hotel laden with shopping bags after a fruitful day’s shopping. This area is busy and bustling with shoppers from mid-morning right into the early hours of the next day.

    Actually, some flagship stores from international fashion brands stay open until midnight to catch the late night shoppers who are burning the candle at both ends. On top of all the standalone flagship stores there is also a whole host of shopping malls in Causeway Bay. Some are small bespoke arcades, while other are huge complexes containing not just shops but all manner of leisure activities, restaurants and facilities.

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    As the biggest shopping mall on Hong Kong Island, it stands to reason that Times Square stocks pretty much everything all under one roof. There are more than 230 shops, along with a movie theatre and a varied selection of restaurants from western and Japanese fast food to more high-end eateries. A total of 16 floors of shops selling everything from shoes to jewellery, electronics to beauty products ensure Times Square is the place to come for practically all goods. There’s a heavy offering of street-sportswear from G-Star and North Face, alongside a vast array designer labels such as Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 - 22:00
    • Address: 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    • Tel: (852) 2118 8900
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    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, kid’s toys and clothes, home wear, electronics and health and beauty products. There are also international styles on offer from prestigious brands including GUCCI and Prada plus a range of sportswear from ELLE Sport, Nike and Marine Club. Bargain hunters should visit the ninth floor Event Hall where sales are held daily. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: Sun - Thu 10:00 - 22:00, Fri - Sat & Day before Public Holiday 10:00 - 22:30
    • Address: 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    • Tel: (852) 2833 8338
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    Jardine's Crescent St. Market

    Jardine’s Crescent is a bustling street market which cuts through Causeway Bay, and makes a refreshing change from the many high-class malls in the area. This is where trendy teens come to pick up inexpensive items such as T-shirts, shoes and bags. Some fake branded items are for sale, but quality varies massively so inspect items well before trying to reach a deal on the price. There’s also a fresh market at the end of the alley. Take a walk through to soak up the street vibe and pick up some great value items too – but don’t forget to haggle.

    • Location: Jardines Crescent, Causeway Bay
    • Tel: +852 3686 0510
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    The Lee Gardens

    Lee Gardens is a swanky department store with ultra-luxe brands selling fashion, jewellery and homeware. It’s the type of place where if you need to ask the price of something you probably can’t afford it, but it is popular for its huge anchor stores from Cartier and TOD’s. In fact, it has now expanded to a second building across the road so there is Lee Gardens 1 and 2, with a second floor link between the two. In particular, this department store has the largest collection of children’s designer brands we have seen in a long time. Lee Gardens is located on Yun Pin Road, one street back from the main thoroughfare of Johnston Road.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
    • Location: 33 Hysan Ave, Causeway Bay
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    Fashion Walk

    This strip of boutique fashion shops is the place to find Hong Kong’s best and brightest fashion designers before they hit the big time. Located on Kingston Street, Fashion Walk is aimed primarily at a younger crowd, with many brands stocking quirky standout street wear and more revealing party dresses. If you start to wilt during your shopping adventures around Fashion Walk, you’ll be pleased to know Food Street cuts through the area and makes the perfect place to stop for a coffee and rest your tired legs.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-23:00
    • Location: Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay,
    • Tel: +852 2833 0935
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    Liger by Hilary Tsui

    This is the preeminent fashion boutique for Hong Kong’s chic set. The work of a fashion buyer and a prominent socialite, the whole concept of Liger is the fact that the ladies in charge would wear every item that they stock, giving the shop a more clearly defined style than what you can find in shopping malls and department stores. Brands at Liger are sourced from all over; on our last visit we saw brands from Korea, Japan Italy and Norway to name a few. They also have exclusive lines released every season.

    • Opening Hours: 12:00-21:00
    • Location: Liger, 55 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay
    • Tel: +852 2503 5308
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    Hysan Place

    Hysan Place makes the most of its narrow dimensions by stacking high street and luxury brands on top of each other – 11 floors of stores, in fact. Inside you will find a variety of mid-to-high level brands from Europe and America, including a tempting range of cafes and patisseries. Gap, French Connection, Superdry, North Face and Vivian Tam are just a few of the brands to have stores at Hysan Place. There’s also a roof garden and plenty of places to hang out, making Hysan Place as much as a lifestyle mall as a shopping mall.

    • Location: 500 Hennessy Rd, Hong Kong
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    The Island Beverley Centre

    The Island Beverley Centre on George Street also holds hundreds of independent stalls, each with weird and wacky displays of youth fashion. The small mall has around 100 boutiques that sell local, Korean and Japanese designs that are is almost impossible to find elsewhere in Hong Kong. Most stalls open in the afternoon and stay open late. Whether your style is retro, punk or glam, you can pick up some stunning one-of-a-kind items at The Island Beverley Centre.

    • Opening Hours: 12:00-24:00
    • Location: 1 Great George St., Causeway Bay
    • Tel: +852 2890 6823
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    WTC more shopping mall

    This is a top spot for Hong Kong youths to pick up teen and young adult fashion. wtc more is housed in a former cinema and has an extremely funky interior design with colourful exhibitions set up in thoroughfares through the mall. Shopping is split up into fashion and accessories, jewellery, and a large beauty and body care section. Find wtc more connected to the Harbour side section of The World Trade Centre, just off Gloucester Road. Foreign visitors can get a coupon book at reception by showing their passport with lots of discount offers on fashion and food.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
    • Location: 280 Gloucester Rd, Hong Kong
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    Lee Theatre

    This mid-range shopping mall is the perfect place to pick up your everyday urban basics from shops such as Uniqlo, Muji (the largest in Hong Kong), and Australian budget fashion brand Cotton On. Originally built in 1925, this premises was, unsurprisingly, redeveloped from a theatre so it enjoys wide open spaces which create a pleasant shopping experience. Lee Theatre is located on Percivil Street, just two minutes’ walk from Causeway Bay MTR Station.

    • Opening Hours: +852 2886 7302
    • Location: 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
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