Shopping is a major Hong Kong pastime and there are a vast array of malls and shopping areas to choose from. Times Square is a nice enough mall but it lacks some of the bustle and wow factor of other malls we visited.
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Its a high end shopping Mall....great to window shop...but we didnt spend much time here as it was way beyond our budget..
more manic than in new york city but an excellent place to shop for high end stuff. coming out of causeway bay station just the amount of people, shops and tall building just slaps you in the face of your not use to a big...More
I really, really don’t care much for shopping but to keep my wife happy, we were off again to another mall. This one didn’t catch my interest too much because it was just primarily shopping. If there is a cinema, food courts, novelty shops, I...More
Times square has all the shops you need from supermarkets to luxury shops. There is an interesting art display that changes every few months in the square in front of the mall where you can take pictures and appreciate the art. Times square is a...More
Best for the traveller not on a budget as it is mostly mid to high-end shops. There are many restaurants and expensive(mostly), but there is a big range of food selection. If you are staying in Mongkok or Tsim Sha Tsui no need to head...More
A rather large mall in Causeway Bay. Quite a long walk to the mall, underground, from the MTR. Some nice shops. I usually go there for Marks and Spencer and, at the same time, check out Broadway and Fortress. Lovely bookstore on one of the...More
This shopping district is located not far from causebay MTR Station and designed for shopping because surrounded by large shopping malls and full of Fashion People...Worth to Visit if you like to shop till drop..from cheap stuffs to expensive stuffs are available here..
The Centre itself is huge - walking through is entertaining just for the diversity but on level 13 was a really nice Chinese restaurant serving delicious food at reasonable prices. Worth a try if you are looking for something in Hong Kong