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Packed to the brim with everything from independent designer boutiques to major department stores, the only thing fashionistas might struggle to find in Causeway Bay is space in their shopping bags. And with malls so close together, it’s easy to hop between them and conquer the entire area in one afternoon. To get your planning started, here’s a rundown on what to expect at each.
This compact little shopping centre does indeed offer ‘more’ than the usual suspects.is a hotspot for mid-priced fashion, the latest designer gadgets, accessories and skincare.
It’s also a fabulous dining destination with panoramic harbour views — grab an early lunch here for a bird’s-eye view of the Noon Day Gun firing.
If you like your shopping al fresco, you will enjoy the airy shop-lined block houses of Paterson, Kingston and Food streets at, for the latest trends in fashion, gastronomy, and lifestyle. More and more cutting-edge designers and labels are opening their flagship and concept stores here, including the first CHANEL Beauty Studio, legendary French perfume label GOUTAL’s first flagship store in Asia, the first overseas store of Japanese fashion retailer STUDIOUS and the first Vivienne Westwood café-boutique.
You can also enjoy your dining al fresco at Fashion Walk's Food Street — perfect for people-watching and trendspotting.
Don't overlook this four-floor treasure trove of local, Korean and Japanese stores that are unique, chic and always popular with the young crowd.is packed with dozens of what are known as ‘little square stores’ in Cantonese, the small spaces offer lower rents for aspiring local designers and independent start-up retailers.
is Hong Kong’s largest Japanese-style department store and carries a wide selection of international items, including renowned European fashion brands, skincare products and cosmetics, jewellery, leather goods, electrical appliances and home supplies, with a supermarket featuring Japanese produce and snacks.
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runs the gamut of shopping in Causeway Bay. From fashion and jewellery to fine wine and children’s clothing, Lee Gardens One and Two offer some of the world’s top brands. The newer Lee Gardens Three brings hip streetwear and artisanal coffee shops for the younger generation. If you have little ones, you cannot miss its children’s concept floors to style your child in the latest designer looks.
Formerly a venue for stage performances and cinema screenings,and Leighton now houses international lifestyle labels alongside flagship stores of Japanese and Korean fashion brands. A perfect spot for the younger traveller looking for value-for-money clothing, practical homeware and even stationery. Located in the central Causeway Bay area, the retail shops of Leighton Centre include the flagship stores of Nike, Adidas Originals and Sa Sa Supreme.
People come from far and wide to shop in Causeway Bay and rarely leave without setting foot inside. The district’s largest shopping mall has over 200 stores spanning mid-price to luxury fashion and accessories, electronics and toys, two department stores, an upscale supermarket and over 20 restaurants dishing out international fare.
You can easily recognise the mall by the elaborate displays and photogenic installations it sets up temporarily at its entrance, especially during festivals and other celebrations. Hundreds of thousands of people gather here to countdown to a new year every 31 December.
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