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If you are looking for a Causeway Bay shopping mall, you won’t fall short of options – Causeway Bay is a paradise for shopping in Hong Kong. The neighborhood is home to countless shops and restaurants sure to cover everything you’re looking for. Before you check out some of the best restaurants in the area, work up an appetite with a full day of shopping at some of the best shopping centers in Hong Kong.
You’ll want to stop by Sogo in Causeway Bay especially for their supermarket. This Japanese department store offers plenty of Japanese imports and is stocked with a selection of popular Japanese snacks and food. Aside from their supermarket, Sogo also offers cosmetics, clothes, children’s toys and more to cover everything you need on your shopping trip. The shopping center is home to plenty of restaurants to sit down at after you shop. Be sure to check out the popular La Serene Caffe.
Address: 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Not to be confused with the famous NYC tourist attraction, this Times Square is a spacious shopping center in Causeway Bay with many restaurants and shops worth checking out, like Bakebe and Log-On. If you’re looking for designer duds, you’ll find everything here from Balenciaga to Chanel to Alexander McQueen and Jimmy Choo.
One go-to stop in Times Square is the Bazaar Sale. You’ll find it all the way up on the 16th floor, and it’s like a warehouse sale where well-known brands (ranging from Club Monaco to Nike) regularly offer discounted merchandise. Keep an eye out for the advertisement in Times Square to know which brands are participating in the promotion. Whatever you find during the Bazaar Sale, you’re sure to get a great bargain.
Address: 1, Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
Island Beverley Shopping Centre
The Island Beverley Shopping Centre is much smaller than Times Square and home to a selection of “cube-style" shops offering a wide range of merchandise, from trendy women’s street fashion, cosmetics and skin care products to toys, collectibles and jewelry.
The mall is usually quiet, so you can have a peaceful time strolling around and perusing goods displayed across the shop fronts – and there is plenty to see packed into these compact stores. Use the elevators to access floor after floor of eclectic finds and to access the dining area on one of the upper levels. We recommend stopping in for a bite at the cozy and affordable New Paris Vietnam Restaurant.
Address: 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Part of the larger Lee Gardens shopping, business, and residential area, Hysan Place is a shopping mall that spans across 17 floors with over 120 different shops. It’s also conveniently directly connected to Exit F2 of MTR Causeway Bay Station.
The popular Taiwanese bookstore, Eslite, spans across three stories. Not only do they sell books, but they also sell lifestyle products, food and delicious bubble tea. Level four of Hysan Place also hosts an outdoor garden, or urban farm, which is perfect for refreshing your mind on a busy day in this fast-paced city.
Address: 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Lee Gardens is famous for its shopping malls spread across this bustling area of the city, which has a long history of development going back to the 1920s. The self-proclaimed “heartbeat of Hong Kong" is home to a franchise of buildings, from Lee Garden One to Lee Garden Six, which hosts plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment attractions – not even counting Lee Theatre Plaza and the aforementioned Hysan Place. This is the place to go if you’re looking for luxury or designer brands, including Dior, Bvlgari, Cartier, Chanel and more.
Address: 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay
Another one-stop shopping and entertainment center in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay is Windsor House. This 18-story retail center hosts a number of popular fashion boutiques, such as Pull and Bear and Bershka, and restaurants like Genki Sushi and East Ocean Lafayette. If you’re a fan of British food and snacks, also be sure to swing by the Marks and Spencer Food Store for imported finds.
You can end your shopping spree by catching a flick at the resident Grand Windsor Cinema. A family-friendly shopping mall, Windsor House is also home to Toys R Us and Book Buddy – so this is arguably one of the best shopping malls in Hong Kong for those with little ones in tow.
Address: 311 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay
Laforet is a relatively small shopping mall compared to the likes of Times Square and Hysan Place, but young people love to pop in to purchase makeup, the latest Korean fashions and even protein powders for their fitness regimens.
With fun shops like cat-obsessed Cat Cat Land and fashion boutiques like minimalist-style Gluck, there’s something for everyone at Laforet. Laforet is located right next to the Island Beverley Shopping Centre and just opposite Sogo. So you can plan to hit several spots in Causeway Bay for an all-day shopping binge.
Address: 24-26 East Point Road, Causeway Bay
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