There are plenty of places to go shopping in Causeway Bay, since this district is where you’ll find some of Hong Kong’s oldest street markets, swanky malls, and retail outlets specializing in local fashion and antiques. It’s common to see visitors trundling back to their hotel way past sundown, with plenty of shopping bags in tow.

    Causeway Bay has several flagship stores that stay open until midnight, which means this shopping district stays busy from mid-morning right into the early hours of the following day. If you’re planning on snagging some designer brands or cheap souvenirs during your Hong Kong vacation, check out our guide of where to shop in Causeway Bay.

    Times Square Hong Kong spans 16 floors of retail, dining and entertainment outlets, making it one of the largest shopping malls in Causeway Bay. You’ll find more than 200 retail outlets and over 30 dining outlets, as well as 2 department stores and a movie theater. The mall’s main flagship store is Lane Crawford which is spread over the Ground Level and Level 1.

    It’s also famous for its picturesque displays and installations at the entrance. Every year, Times Square Hong Kong hosts some of the city’s largest New Year’s Eve celebrations at its open-air piazza.

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    Location: 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 10 pm

    Phone: +852 2118 8900


    SOGO Hong Kong specializes in Japanese brands, but you’ll find plenty of international brands as well. The 16-storey department store carries quality men and women’s fashion, kids’ toys and clothes, homeware, electronics, cosmetics, and health products.

    SOGO Hong Kong often hosts promotions and sales throughout the year, usually at the Ballroom and Event Hall. Food fairs are also very popular events, where you get to sample local and imported snacks. 

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    Location: 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Sunday–Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, Friday–Saturday from 10 am to 10.30 pm

    Phone: +852 2833 8338


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    Jardine's Crescent St. Market

    Jardine’s Crescent Market is an open market that features affordable fashion brands that mostly appeal to Hong Kong’s teens and young adults. Located in Causeway Bay, it’s often referred to as the equivalent of Ladies Market in downtown Hong Kong.

    Many of the stalls sell pretty much the same items (usually bought in bulk from mainland China), so check carefully and bargain hard to get a good price. The best time to visit Jardine’s Crescent Market is after 6pm, when it’s cool enough to explore this outdoor market.

    Location: 16-36 Jardine's Cresent, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 11 am to 9.30 pm


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    Lee Gardens One to Six

    Lee Gardens One to Six is a swanky shopping mall with 6 separate buildings, each of which carries ultra-luxe fashion, jewelry and homeware brands. Popular stores include Calvin Klein, BVLGARI, and Dior.

    Lee Gardens One to Six is known for its extensive collection of children’s designer brands, attracting affluent shoppers looking to indulge their little ones with trendy clothes. Lee Gardens One is located on Hysan Avenue, close to the Causeway Bay MRT station. 

    Location: Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Sunday–Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, Friday–Saturday from 10 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +852 2907 5227


    Fashion Walk Hong Kong

    Fashion Walk Hong Kong is a strip of boutique fashion outlets on Kingston Street. It's also where many up-and-coming fashion designers display their creations before they hit the big time.

    Fashion Walk attracts a younger crowd, with many brands specializing in quirky streetwear and party-centric dresses. If you start to feel peckish during your shopping trip, Houston Street (also called Food Street) cuts through this area, allowing you can stop for a coffee and meal throughout the day.

    Location: Great George St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +852 2833 0935


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    Hysan Place

    Hysan Place spans 17 floors of high-street international brands from all over the world. There are about 120 stores within this shopping mall, including Adidas, Aesop, GAP, Hollister, and one of the largest Apple stores in Hong Kong.  

    Hysan Place has a sky garden with lots of greenery, attracting those looking to unwind after a day of shopping at Causeway Bay. Dining options are extensive as well, where Japanese, Chinese, European and Korean dishes are available at various price points.  

    Location: 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Sunday–Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, Friday–Saturday from 10 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +852 2886 7222


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    Island Beverley Shopping Center

    Island Beverley Shopping Center on George Street holds hundreds of independent cube-like shops, each with wacky displays of youth fashion. This relatively small shopping mall has around 100 boutiques selling unique local, Korean and Japanese designs.

    Most stores at this 4-storey shopping venue open from midday until midnight. Whether your style is retro, punk or glam, you can pick up some stunning yet affordable pieces at Island Beverley Shopping Center. 

    Location: 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 12 pm to midnight

    Phone: +852 2808 1862


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    WTC More Hong Kong

    WTC More Hong Kong has a funky interior design, with colorful exhibitions dotting its glass facade. It specializes in trendy youth fashion and accessories, and you'll find a large beauty section selling a wide range of cosmetics and skincare products. 

    WTC More Hong Kong is located on Gloucester Road, about a 5-minute walk from the Causeway Bay MRT station. Travelers can get a discount coupon booklet at the customer care center by showing their passport. 

    Location: 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 10 pm

    Phone: +852 2576 4121


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    Lee Theatre Plaza

    Lee Theatre Plaza is a mid-range shopping mall housing brands like Uniqlo, Muji, and Cotton On. Occupying a former Beaux-Art theatre dating back in the 1990s, there are plenty of wide open spaces throughout the mall, resulting in a pleasant shopping experience.

    The upper floors are dedicated to dining, ranging from classic Cantonese and Thai dishes, to Japanese and Korean favorites. Lee Theatre is located on Percival Street, about a 2-minute walk of the Causeway Bay MTR Station.

    Location: 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    Open: Sunday–Thursday from 10 am to 10 pm, Friday–Saturday from 10 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +852 2886 7302

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