When it comes to shopping, Hong Kong has something for everyone – from cheap bargains for budget shoppers to luxury goods for the well-heeled. Click here if you are hunting for the cheap buys. Continue reading this post if shopping for mid-range or high-end fashion and accessories at Hong Kong most luxurious malls are what is in your mind.
The Landmark is located in central Hong Kong between the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and the Office Towers and is home to some of the world’s most exclusive and premium luxury brands. The mall is comprised of five floor levels with various sections and departments dedicated to specific products and services.
This shopping haven is divided into four iconic buildings; the Landmark Atrium, Landmark Alexandra, Landmark Charter and Landmark Prince’s, providing visitors with the ultimate shopping experience by offering high fashion, accessories, luxury living, international food, gourmet, beauty and grooming.
Located in the heart of the city alongside Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Harbor City Mall is the largest and the most diverse shopping mall in Hong Kong.
This one-stop paradise offers everything from shopping and exquisite cuisine to entertainment and sightseeing all under one roof, and hence is a major tourist attraction, not to mention the “Star” ferry pier which was ranked one of the “50 Places of a Lifetime” by the National Geographic Traveler in 1999 is just in the vicinity.
Inside the mall, there are numerous tourist service counters and facilities such as a digital concierge service, mobile phone charging and free Wi-Fi internet availability.
The IFC mall is built over 4.47 square feet and offers spectacular water views, which can be enjoyed at the mall’s Rooftop Gardens while sipping your afternoon tea.
IFC Mall is the hub of Hong Kong’s business activities and is an aesthetic combination of a workplace as well as luxury shopping and entertainment outlets. This huge mall consists of more than 200 international brands and retail outlets, ranging from high-end to more budget-friendly stores.
The mall is located above the Hong Kong station and can be easily accessed while going to or from the airport and is worth a visit.
Pacific Place, also known as Admiralty, is located above the Admiralty MTR station in the heart of Hong Kong, with spectacular views across the harbor. With luxury hotels like JW Marriot, Shangri-La and Conrad in the vicinity, the Pacific Place has become a luxury for the people.
It is home to many international brand outlets such as Aquascutum, Brooks Brothers and Shanghai Tang, as well as fine jewelers like Chopard and Cartier.
Pacific Place also comprises of a fancy movie house offering a variety of wines and gourmet canapés to sip through the latest flick.
Elements Mall takes its inspiration from the five Chinese elements of Wood, Water, Earth, Fire and Metal. The mall is cleverly designed to integrate all the elements into one megamall including the 9 meter tall reflective pillar with water running down its surface.
Elements is conveniently located above the Kowloon Station and connects to two amazing hotels, Ritz Carlton and W Hotel, where guests can shop from the comfort of their hotel.
The mall offers a much more relaxed and uncluttered environment than most shopping malls in Hong Kong and houses all the major high-end luxury boutiques as well as mid-range brands, catering to a varied market.
Causeway Bay is famous among locals and tourists for its attractions such as museums, entertainment centers and shopping malls. If you happen to be in the area, you mustn’t miss Time Square, a grand shopping mall in the heart of Hong Kong’s busy district, housing over 200 specialty stores ranging from luxury to mid-range products.
Thousands of locals gather around the mall’s vibrant entrance at the end of each year for the New Year countdown making Time Square an iconic landmark in the sleepless Matheson Street of Hong Kong Island.
Festival Walk Mall offers a unique business and shopping experience with over 200 stores along with 220,000 square feet of office space for business activities.
This shopping place was constructed in a way to allow for maximum natural sunlight in a bid to make it seem more spacious and less crowded, maximizing visitor comfort.
New Town Plaza is one of the few shopping complexes in Hong Kong which combines 3 shopping malls to create an epic retail experience for shoppers. Spread over an area of astounding 2 million square feet, this giant complex houses over 350 specialty stores and is worthy of being called a true shopping paradise in Sha Tin.
Town Plaza has shops ranging from high-end to mid-range fashion. Along with a variety of regional and home-grown talent nestled in the complex, Town Plaza is a budget-friendly shopping and dining destination that suits everyone’s taste – and wallet.
SOGO is one of Hong Kong’s largest and most popular Japanese-style department stores in Hong Kong that is located in Causeway Bay, a busy shopping street bustling with budget shoppers hunting for bargains.
The mall showcases a wide selection of international items, including renowned European fashion brands, skin care products and cosmetics, jewelry, leather goods, electrical appliances and home supplies.
SOGO creates a perfect fusion of fashion and lifestyle shopping, featuring a large supermarket in the basement for all your household needs.
Located in the heart of Mongkok, Langham Place is a 15-storey high-end shopping destination that is home to more than 200 specialty stores, including exclusive global brands, a plethora of eateries with mouth-watering cuisines and modern entertainment facilities.
The mall has considerably longer operating hours (11am to 11pm) compared to other shopping complexes in the area, which means visitors can continue shopping into the night long after all the other malls have closed out.
Langham Place is conveniently located next to the Langham 5 star Hotel, giving their guest the luxury to indulge in a retail therapy from the comfort of their hotel.