For those who are fashion-forward (or shopaholics), these Hong Kong shopping malls are must-visits.
In search of the hottest shopping malls in Hong Kong? We’ve done the legwork to find you the most popular destinations, where you can find every single item you have on your wishlist. From tailors crafting the perfect fit to dazzling diamonds and luxurious lingerie, these malls truly have it all. Whether you’re looking to indulge in high-end couture or pay a visit to exciting pop-up stores, a session of retail therapy in these glamorous shopping centres is guaranteed to thrill.
Check out these Hong Kong shopping malls
Brought to you by Nan Fung Group, Airside rewrites the rules of the classic shopping mall, promising a total lifestyle revolution. Spread over a whopping 700,000 square feet, you’ll find more than just boutiques and eateries here. At its heart, you’ll find City’super’s gourmet marketplace, offering epicurean delights that’ll excite your taste buds. Meanwhile, Asia’s first Nespresso concept store not only provides a window into the world of coffee, but also champions sustainable consumption. Through its Re:Farm programme, the mall turns used coffee capsules into fertiliser, contributing to urban farms that bring a touch of green to the city’s core. If you’re seeking a surge of adrenaline, the indoor surf centre, Groundswell, is your year-round ticket to the perfect wave. But the experience doesn’t end there; step outside to engage in the serenity of the gardens and the charm of an open-air theatre. Airside caters to the eco-conscious, trendsetters, and thrill-seekers in equal measure.
Airside, 2 Concorde Road, Kai Tak, Hong Kong, p. 2686 0333
2. Mira Place
Designed to be the shopping, dining and business hub, Mira Place has got over a hundred and fifty upscale lifestyle stores and forty restaurants and cafes, including Michelin starred and vegetarian restaurants. The mall is connected to its design hotel The Mira Hong Kong, which also provides first class venues for business meetings and conferences.
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Mira Place, 118-130 & 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2730 5300
3. Festival Walk
Situated in the heart of the residential area of Kowloon Tong, Festival Walk features over two hundred retail stores and restaurants, a multi-screen cinema and an amazing ice rink for those who fancy ice skating in Hong Kong. Whether you’re looking to catch the latest film, do grocery shopping at one of our favourite supermarkets Taste or even check out the City University of Hong Kong (which is connected to the mall), Festival Walk is one of our absolute favourite Hong Kong shopping malls.
Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, p. 2844 2222
4. K11 Musea
Inspired by ‘A Muse by the Sea’, K11 Musea is designed to enrich the new consumer’s daily life through the power of creativity, culture, and innovation. Drawing inspiration from nature and the surrounding cityscape, the design of K11 MUSEA has been crafted to evoke the feel of a contemporary manor house. From the delectable choices of restaurants to exquisite showcases of retails, K11 Musea is an artisan’s haven.
K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3892 3890
5. Pacific Place
Located above the Admiralty MTR station, Pacific Place is home to a number of world-renowned fashion brands. The mall hosts one of the best cinemas in Hong Kong, AMC Pacific Place, which adopts the AuroMax 3D Surround Sound System. Designed by famous British designer Thomas Heatherwick, Pacific Place is a premier iconic shopping mall in town for you to shop, dine, relax and be entertained. Plus, it’s one of the few malls in town to offer (some) seating throughout, so you can rest between spending.
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, p. 2844 8988
6. Harbour City
Hop off the ferry at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, and you’ll see bustling Harbour City. With over four hundred beauty and fashion stores, restaurants, galleries and more, Harbour City is undoubtedly a one-stop shopping paradise. Whether you’re a traditional luxury shopper or a tourist looking to catch the hottest art exhibitions in Hong Kong, you won’t be disappointed with the selection of shops, restaurants and pop-ups here.
Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2118 8666
Stroll across Cityplaza to find over 170 international boutiques lining the halls, or take a spin on the ice rink to chill out in style. Additionally, this Taikoo Shing gem is home to a six-star cinema, offering a combo of blockbuster movies and captivating live shows. Thanks to direct MTR access, seamless arrival at this fashion paradise is guaranteed. With entertainment, culture, and luxury retail colliding, Cityplaza is a vibrant wonderland.
Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong, p. 2568 8665
8. The Wai
Perched atop Tai Wai MTR station, this eco-friendly four-storey mall impresses with close to 150 shops, ready to satisfy your craving for the latest in fashion and beauty. After you’ve indulged in a spot of shopping, refuel with a choice of global cuisines. Then, you can burn them off by cycling around Hong Kong’s largest indoor track. With EV charging stations and solar power, The Wai also champions eco-chic living. This trailblazing hub for shopping, dining, and leisure ensures every visit is nothing short of extraordinary.
The Wai, 18 Che Kung Miu Road, Tai Wai, Hong Kong, p. 2567 9766
9. K11 Art Mall
As the first museum retail in the world, K11 Art Mall is dedicated to bringing art, people and nature together. K11 showcases a great collection of local young artists’ works and facilitates the exchange between artists and the public. We are big fans of the newly-opened K11 Beauty that is housed inside the mall, and brings interactive technology to you, meaning you can shop the right products for your skin-type. On top of that, the mall also features a multidimensional natural landscape with a variety of local plants, green roof, vertical greening and urban farming, it’s definitely one of the coolest Hong Kong shopping malls that you should check out.
K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2136 8388
10. The Whampoa
The Whampoa truly stands out from the crowd with its ship-like design, offering a shopping experience that’s both unique and extensive, with over 300 shops on board. This harbourfront shopping centre is a gold mine, brimming with some of Hong Kong’s finest local eateries. At the top, you’ll find the trendy Japanese supermarket, Aeon, surrounded by an eclectic mix of clothing boutiques that promise a delightful shopping spree.
The Whampoa, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2121 8344
This iconic shopping mall is the brainchild of Benoy architects, drawing inspiration from the five Chinese elements: wood, water, fire, earth, and metal. Elements is a place where the ultimate shopping experience awaits, complete with a top-notch selection of casual eateries and fine dining restaurants for the gourmands. In addition, this mall serves as a portal to the heights of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong. A quick zip up to the sky100 observation deck promises to mesmerise with unparalleled views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
Elements, 1 Austin Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2735 5234
12. Times Square
Situated in the centre of Causeway Bay, Times Square was established in 1994 and is one of the busiest tourist landmarks. Featuring over two hundred and thirty internationally recognised brands on sixteen floors – including stylish apparel, leather foods and accessories – it’s certainly one of the Hong Kong shopping malls that is not to be missed. If you’re an adventurous food lover, go to the 10/F and 11/F or head down to the basement to try out their wide range of nationwide restaurants.
Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2118 8900
13. IFC Mall
One of the most popular shopping malls in Hong Kong, IFC Mall has it all. From shops to restaurants, to a full-service cinema, there’s not much left to be desired. A shopping paradise, there’s a huge Lane Crawford and Apple store ready to give you a sweet deal. Need to get around Hong Kong or kill time before going to the airport? IFC Mall has the MTR system and the Airport Express conveniently nearby.
IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2295 3308
14. Langham Place
Langham Place is an absolute essential for any Hong Kong shopper, standing as a retail paradise with over 200 youthful fashion boutiques. And let’s have a chat about that 83-metre escalator – it’s quite the experience! When it’s time to refuel, this mall has you covered. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast congee, creamy French pastries, or anything in between, the array of global cuisine on offer is sure to have your taste buds dancing. With its unbeatable combination of shopping, dining options, and top-notch amenities, Langham Place stands out as the ultimate day-out destination.
Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, p. 3520 2888
[This article was originally published in March 2020 and updated in 2024 by Catherine Pun.]