Hong Kong’s Top 20 Shopping Malls [with map]
Here’s the super-list of Hong Kong Shopping Malls, all on one page. Including the well-known mega-malls that are so popular with visitors to HK, plus, the malls where locals shop, outlet malls and more.
Click the mall name to see the full review and let’s start with a map to get our bearings.
Located in Central on Hong Kong Island, the most prosperous business area, The Landmark is one of the most famous shopping malls in the city.
Located at the Finance Street in the heart of Hong Kong, IFC mall, also called International Finance Centre Mall, is adjacent to the five-star luxury Four-Season Hotel and Victoria Harbour.
You could hardly miss Harbour City on a visit to Hong Kong, it’s one of the largest malls in Asia and has unmatched location being right on the harbor at Tsim Sha Tsu near the Star Ferry Terminal.
Located at Causeway Bay, the most vibrant district in Hong Kong, Times Square is one of the largest shopping malls in the city.
Located in the Mong Kok area of Kowloon, one of the most prosperous commercial areas in Hong Kong, Langham Place is a landmark in the area.
Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, Miramar Shopping Mall is very close to an MTR, Bus Station, and only 10 minutes from Hung Hom Railway Station.
Located at Queensway, the heart of Hong Kong and a prosperous business area, Pacific Place is a popular shopping place for Hong Kong people.
Located in Kowloon and directly connected to the transport routes of Kwun Tong Line and East Rail, Festival Walk is a very exciting shopping mall with elegant environment and unparalleled service.
An all-in-one retail complex, with its superb location, The ONE is rejuvenating the district by linking up the traditional shopping zones along Canton Road and TST Central.
Located at Hennessy Road close to Times Square on Causeway Bay, SOGO is a large department store shopping and leisure complex. Possessing a total shopping area of 400,000 square meters.
Located at Yeung UK Road, Citywalk is one of the most popular shopping malls in Tsuen Wan. With the convenient location near the Tsuen Wan Station, high-quality goods, and good service.
Located at Tsim Sha Tsui, K11 is the world’s first art shopping mall. It not only houses many big-name brands but also has high-end and artistic decoration.
Situated on Taikoo Shing Road, Cityplaza is one of the largest shopping malls in the Taikoo Shing area. Here is famous for offering lots of quality shops and services.
Located near the Mongkok Railway Station, Grand Century Place is a large-scale shopping mall.
Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui district, Silvercord is a 6-story shopping centre brimming with shops, restaurants, and a food court.
As one of the largest department stores, Wing On is a household name in Hong Kong. Here can provide you almost everything, including household appliance, electronics, kids’ toys, clothing, accessories, and cosmetics.
Located in the West Kowloon, Elements can be called the most top-level shopping mall in Hong Kong. The mall includes a variety of new ideas and offers customers one-stop shopping experience, covering retail and leisure.
Located on Lantau Island, Citygate is the first outlet mall in Hong Kong. The mall offers approximately 80 international brands with year-round discounts of at least 30% to 70%, covering fashion, sports, beauty and more.
Here’s a place that you probably won’t read about in the tourist books or mags and for a long time it’s probably been one of Hong Kong’s best-kept shopping secrets. Featuring outlet shopping for many luxury brand names.
Teun Mun is a long way away from all the buzz and action to be found in Central and Hong Kong although that doesn’t mean there aren’t some great places to do some shopping.
Conveniently located at Sha Tin MTR Station, New Town Plaza is a large-scale multifunctional mall, offering customers an exciting one-stop experience for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Located at Tsuen Wan Town Centre, adjacent to MTR Tsuen Wan West Station and bus terminus, Tsuen Wan Plaza is one of the largest shopping malls in this district, providing shopping, leisure, and dining.
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Where to Stay in Hong Kong near the malls and shopping?
Check out all of my lists of handpicked hotels in HK. If it’s a shopping trip or sightseeing, I like to be close to the MTR and a couple of my favorite places I check the rates at first are Metropark Hotel Mongkok and Brighton Hotel Hong Kong. If they are booked out, here is my goto list amazing value hostels and hotels near MTR stations and when it’s time to splurge these are the top 5-Star hotels.