Harbour City Hong Kong

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 harbour at Tsim Sha Tsu near the Star Ferry Terminal. How big is it? Try 700+ stores spread over a staggering 2 million square feet. So there’s a warning to all men, find something to do for a couple of days!

Actually, there’s no need for the men to run, there’s over 100 restaurants, cafes and bars ranging from fast-food chains such as Pizza Hut, the coffee chain Starbucks, there’s buffets, seafood, grills, and even a Michelin star restaurant. Whatever you’re taste there’ll be something for you.

Harbour City is split into 5 zones being Star House (closest to the Star Ferry Terminal), Marco Polo Arcade, Ocean Terminal, Ocean Centre, and Gateway Arcade. It’s a good idea to grab a map from one of the many concierge counters!

Major tenants here are Lane Crawford, Toys r Us, Zara, City Super, Muji, GAP, UniQLO, Ambercrombie & Fitch along with the global luxury brands that line Canton Road.

Along Canton Road, starting from the harbour end, the luxury brand flagship stores here are Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada, Valentino, Fendi, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, MONCLER, JOYCE, Emporio Armani, and Giorgio Armani.

Inside the mall you’ll find 20 or so electronics retailers along with 20+ sports clothes and goods retailers. For Mens & Womens fashion, there are a 200+ stores including Bauhaus, Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, Polo Ralph Lauren, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger, Porsche Design and just about every well known global brand you could think of.

Dining at Harbour City

As I mentioned earlier, there is over 100 food and beverage options located within Harbour City so you’ll be sure to find something you like. There is also a large City Super Supermarket which has a huge deli, and Green Common which has a large deli of vegetarian, vegan, and organic options along with restaurant.

Restaurant and Cafe picks with av. spend in HKD

  • Gordon Ramsay’s maze Grill – Shop OTE401, 4/F, Ocean Terminal – $401-800 – British
  • The Joomak – Shop 34, LCX, 3/F, Ocean Terminal –  $101-200 – Korean
  • HEXA 六公館 – Shop OTE 101, G/F, Ocean Terminal – $201-400 – Local Cantonese
  • Blue Elephant Thai Brasserie – Shop 3303, 3/F, Gateway Arcade – $101-200 – Thai
  • TSUKADA NOJO – Shop OTE 202, 2/F, Ocean Terminal – $201-400 – Japanese
  • Paper Moon –  Shop OTE301, 3/F, Ocean Terminal – $401-800 – Italian
  • Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill – Shop OT315, 3/F, Ocean Terminal –  $201-400 – American
  • China Tang – Shop 4101, 4/F, Gateway Arcade – $401-800 – Local Cantonese/Seafood
  • The Coffee Academics – Kiosk 1, 2/F, Gateway Arcade –  $51-100 – Coffee

Hotels at Harbour City

Attractions at Harbour City

  • Ocean Terminal Deck – a free observation deck
  • Grand Ocean Cinema – located in the Marco Polo Arcade screens the latest blockbusters. See here for showtimes.
  • Gallery by the Harbour – hosts regular events, exhibitions, and shows. Most are free. See here for what’s on.

Nearby Harbour City


What can you get there?  brand names, luxury goods, clothing, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics, antiques, electronic goods, furniture, housewares, toys, Asian arts and crafts, and much more.

Website: www.harbourcity.com.hk

How to Get there: MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit A1, walk along Haiphong Road for five minutes.

Address: 3 – 27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Map Location

Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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