Elements Shopping Mall

Located in West Kowloon, Elements can be called one of the top-level shopping malls in Hong Kong. The mall includes a variety of new ideas and offers customers a one-stop shopping experience, covering retail, leisure, dining, entertainment, and cultural experience.


Designed by the famous construction company, Benoy, Elements is a large mall possessing an area of one million square feet with a focus on Fashion, Jewellery, Beauty and Personal Care.


Here you will find many international big-name luxury brands such as Anteprima, Burberry, Coach, Chanel, Diesel, DKNY, Fendi, GUCCI, Kent&Curwen, Louis Vuitton, MIU MIU, Montblanc, Valentino, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Versace.

There are also some big-name brands which are first introduced in Hong Kong, including Karen Millen and Pringle of Scotland. Bottega Veneta and Prada also opened large stores owning area of over 3000 square feet.

Zara also has a large store here.

Restaurants and Dining

No matter casual dining, fine dining or business dining, there is always plenty of choices here. There are 10 or so Asian restaurants and an equal number of international choices. Some standouts are

  • Joia – roof level – $401-800 – ItalianSeafoodPizzaSalt & Sugar Reduction Restaurant
  • Mango Tree – 2F – $201-400 – Thai
  • The Night Market – 1F –  $101-200 – Taiwanese
  • Tango Argentinian Steak House – 3F –  $201-400 – ArgentinianSteak House
  • HABITŪ table – 1F – $101-200 – Italian / Cafe

Cinema and Ice Rink

The cinema screening the latest blockbusters and features 12 theatres including a VIP hall which has luxury seats etc. For tickets and showtimes see Premiere Cinema.

The Rink is a large ice rink with harbour views. Anyone can use and payment is made via Octopus Card and charged at 1.5HKD per min.


3hreesixty is an organic and specialty supermarket and here you will find many organic fresh foods along with imported organic brands and artisan food products.

There is also a mainland coach terminal here, so it’s a comfortable place to catch a bus to Shenzhen, Shenzhen Airport and beyond into mainland China. Buses are run by www.cnhkbus.com.

Nearby Elements Mall

  • It is part of Union Square which includes Hong Kong’s tallest skyscraper the ICC
  • Sky Dining 101 – choose from five restaurants or have quite sip in the bar on the 101st floor
  • ICC Light Show – nightly at 7.45 pm and 9.00 pm
  • Ritz Carlton Hong Kong inside the ICC
  • Michelin starred restaurants, Tosca or Tin Lung Heen at the Ritz Carlton
  • Cafe 103 and its 103rd-floor views from the ICC
  • Ozone, the worlds highest bar, on the top floor of the ICC
  • West Kowloon Cultural District – featuring waterfront promenade and museums
  • MTR Kowloon Station – Kowloon is a station on the Tung Chung Line and the Airport Express of Hong Kong’s MTR. From here you can easily connect to the airport and to Hong Kong Station in Central.
  • West Kowloon Station – you can walk from the ICC via footbridges and passages taking about 8-10 min. From West Kowloon Station you can take fast trains into mainland China.
  • Kowloon hotels and attractions – there are several nice hotels in the vicinity and the West Kowloon Cultural District is well worth exploring.


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

Prices: retail shopping

Website: www.elementshk.com

How to Get there: MTR Tung Chung Line, Kowloon Station

Address: 1, Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


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