Citygate Outlets – Hong Kong’s Largest Outlet Mall

Located on Lantau Island, near the Big Buddha and Ngong Ping 360, Citygate is the first major outlet mall in Hong Kong. The mall now offers approximately 150 international brand with year-round discounts of at least 30% to 70%, covering fashion, sports, beauty, accessories, children’s wear, and home items.


With the convenient location being just 10 minutes from the Hong Kong International Airport as well being right beside the Nong Ping 360 Cable Car Station and MTR Tung Chung, Citygate Outlets is a popular choice to pick up genuine big-name brand goods in Hong Kong at attractive prices. It is also the city’s largest outlet mall.

There are many big-name fashion clothing brands gathering here, including Armani, Burberry, Bally, Calvin Klein, Escada, Esprit, Max&Co., GAP, Alfred Dunhill, Aquascutum, Vans, Timberland and much more. You’ll also find many top-level sports brands, such as Adidas, Nike, Under Armour, Vans, Puma, New Balance, Columbia, K-Swiss, Quiksilver and Timberland.

For department stores, there is also a UNI QLO here and the I.T Outlet is also popular.

Supermarket and Deli

On the basement floor, there is a large Taste supermarket and the deli will surely make your mouth water. There are several fresh kitchen stations preparing Cantonese specialties, Japanese, and a bakery. It’s a great place to stock up on snacks or even having a meal before heading up the mountain to the Big Buddha or to go hiking/camping. There are chairs and tables just outside the deli entry.

On that note, there is also a Well Smart Water Station on G/F North for topping up water bottles for before hiking etc.

CityGate Phase 2

As of late 2019, the mall has doubled in size and now features more dining options and cinema. The number of brand stores has risen from 80 to 150.


The cinema is UA Citygate and you can check out whats screening and showtimes at

Restaurants and Dining at CityGate

There are around 45 restaurants and cafes at CityGate including a Food Opera food court on level 7. Local favorite restaurants/eateries are

  • SIXA – Shop 601, 6/F – Av. Spend HK$100-200 – Local Cantonese
  • Moon Lok Chiu Chow –  Shop 22, G/F – Av. Spend HK$100-200 – Chiu Chow (Cantonese)
  • Jasmine – Shop 255, 2/F & Shop 301, 3/F – Av. Spend HK$100-200 – Local Cantonese
  • Urban City Diner – Shop 20, G/F – Av. Spend HK$100-200 – Western
  • Nha Trang – Shop G25, G/F – Av. Spend HK$100-200 – Vietnamese
  • Kaneko Hannosuke – Shop 101A, 1/F – Av. Spend HK$50-100 – Japanese
  • Taste Deli – B1 floor – Av. Spend under HK$30 – Various

Gallery (Jan 2020)


  • Right next to Citygate is Fu Tung Shopping Centre which features a few budget restaurants and shops servicing mainly local needs.
  • Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery
  • Ngong Ping 360 – the cable car that leads to Ngong Ping Village and the Big Buddha
  • Ngong Ping Village (昂坪市集) – a commercial area featuring Starbucks etc. and many cafe/souvenir shops (via Nong Ping Cable Car or 40 min bus).
  • Hong Kong International Airport
  • Hong Kong Macau Zhuhai Bridge

Nearby Hotel Pick

Novotel Citygate Hong Kong – the four-star hotel is minutes walk from MTR Tung Chung and CityGate Outlets offering gym, pool, restaurant and bar plus an airport shuttle service. It is minutes walk from Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Station and the Lantau Bus 23 stop.


What can you get there?  clothing, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics, and much more.

Hours: 10am to 10pm


How to get there: MTR Tung Chung Line, Tung Chung Station, Exit C.

From Hong Kong Airport to Citygate: you can take the  S1 or S64 bus which takes around ten minutes.

Address: 20, Tung Chung Tat Tung Road, Islands.

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