Many of world-class department stores and shopping malls have entrenched in Hong Kong. Here are presented the British network Marks and Spencer, and the Japanese SOGO. Also are popular the local department stores, such as Wing On, Sincere and Lane Crawford. Hong Kong shopping malls and department stores offer the goods for every taste and budget. You will find a wide selection of clothes, shoes, household goods, luggage, electronics goods, sports equipment, books, cosmetics, Chinese products, products for skin care, jewelry and everything else. Last novelties of electronic goods, jewelry or clothing appear in Hong Kong much earlier, than in other countries.
Sometimes the largest and most vibrant shopping malls run fashion shows, where you'll be among the first to get acquainted with the latest trends of fashion. Also, the shopping malls have a wide selection of fine restaurants, where you can enjoy the finest food.
Hong Kong is a paradise for shoppers, and Citygate Outlets is one of the top shopping venues in Hong Kong. As the first outlet mall constructed in Hong Kong, Citygate Outlets features over 80 brands from an array of different countries. Shoppers can save anywhere from 30 to 70 percent over other retail stores, each day of the year.
Opened on 1 October 2007, Elements is the major shopping mall of MTR Corporation. It is located right above the Kowloon MTR station, which makes it an easy destination for both locals and visitors of the city. The shopping mall offers over one million square feet of space and is divided into 5 zones (five Chinese elements): fire, water, earth, wood and metal. Each zone is decorated with its own style and has its own art piece.
The shopping mall is conveniently located in Kowloon Tong. It is situated above the Kowloon Tong MTR station, which is an interchange station of two railway lines, the MTR Kwun Tong Line (serves the urban areas) and the East Rail Line (serves the New Territories area with an entry point to mainland China).
Harbour City is the largest shopping mall in Hong Kong and certainly one of the largest in Asia, and comprises about 700 shops, including 50 restaurants. Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui along the west side of Canton Road, this shopping mall is adjacent to the Star Ferry, Bus Terminal and MTR - Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station.
The largest shopping mall on Hong Kong Island, IFC Mall is the home for more than 200 shops, including international brands like Armani, Burberry, Givenchy, Hugo Boss, Prada and others. Lane Crawford also has its flagship store here.
Conveniently located in the shopping district of Mongkok, Langham Place Shopping Mall offers around 200 shops selling a wide selection of goods. Here you can buy popular brands, such as H&M, Muji or local brands. The shopping mall is especially popular among young people. This original architectural complex rises above low buildings, and thus can be seen from afar.
Located in the heart of Sha Tin town, New Town Plaza is one of the largest shopping centers in Hong Kong. The complex is conveniently situated close to the Sha Tin MTR station (East Rail Line). New Town Plaza offers around 2 millions square foot of floor are with more than 300 retail outlets.
Located in the heart of business and commercial district of Admiralty, Pacific Place is a complex of office towers, hotels and a shopping mall. The complex was launched in 1988 and is situated in one the most prestigious places of Hong Kong Island in close proximity to Hong Kong Park. The shopping mall consists of 4 levels and comprises more than 130 retail outles and stores.
Located in Diamond Hill, Plaza Hollywood is one of the largest shopping centres in the Kowloon East area. The shopping centre comprises over 270 shops which are located on four floors. The dining and entertainment options include over 30 restaurants serving Western and Asian cuisine, a 6-screen cinema multiplex and 10,000 square feet of exhibition venue.
This is the biggest Japanese department store in Hong Kong and is known as "Jumbo Sogo". The basement level 2 is restaurants and a supermarket. Leather goods, handbags and shoes are on the basement level 1. The next levels offer cosmetics, perfume, jewelry, brand accessories, watches, fashion clothing, shoes, casual wear and lingerie. Sogo Hong Kong is open daily from 10:00am to 10:00pm.