Cityplaza

Cityplaza, Hong Kong: Hours, Address, Cityplaza Reviews: 4/5

7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Monday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Located a few stops on the MTR from Causeway Bay, on Hong Kong's quieter east coast, this large family-friendly mall features 170 stores, plus an ice-skating rink complete with boot hire and lockers.
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China142,274 contributions
Oct 2020
Cityplaza is a six level shopping centre along Tai Koo Shing Road in the Taikoo Shing and Quarry Bay area of Eastern District. The mall is open from 7am to midnight daily and is a nice place to spend time indoors and beat the summer heat.

Cityplaza has a good combination of mid-range and international brand shops and department stores, affordable dining, a good food court and a couple of coffee shops. The mall is spaced out well. There is a cinema, ice rink and free wifi within. Like most malls around the city, they put up seasonal decorations and have occasional installations and exhibits from time to time.

Overall, not a bad complement to the nearby Quarry Bay Park and a good general mall for those who reside in or plan to vist this area of the Hong Kong Island.
Written October 7, 2020
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China142,274 contributions
Oct 2021
Eslite, the Taiwanese bookstore has done fairly well here in Hong Kong since arriving a decade ago. There are a handful of branches around the city including this Eslite Spectrum bookshop at Cityplaza in Tai Koo Shing. Opening hours are 10am to 10pm daily.

This Eslite Spectrum is quite large, occupying a large area on the ground and first floor at Cityplaza on the south side of Kings Road. The lower floor is mostly dedicated to traditional book sales with the garden variety range of sections and book choices.

The first floor is mostly a wide range of lifestyle and other retail kiosks and stalls selling stationary, cosmetics, health care, health & beauty, footwear, toys, accessories and even foods. There are a few little eateries within as well. It is a modern, neat little setup worth making time to browse even if not planning to purchase books while there.
Written October 21, 2021
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Supersupergirl
England, UK8,606 contributions
Oct 2019
A lot has changed at Tai Koo, the food court on the third floor has gone and TREATS is here.

At TREATS, there are currently 9 joints:

Umai Umai, Mimidi, Minh and Kok, Hong Kong Day, Hong Kong Rotisserie, Pasta La Vista, Cha Cha Room, Thai Cook and Bake It Up.

There is something for everyone ranging from Japanese, Thai, Pasta to the bakery.

Clearly the roast pork and egg rice is a winner from Hong Kong Rotisserie.
Written September 10, 2020
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Mairwen1
United Kingdom5,242 contributions
May 2021
One thing Hong Kong is not short of is shopping malls. City Plaza is a large scale mall in Taikoo Shing, with mostly mid-range shopping. It’s out of the way for most people although it’s easy enough to get to on the MTR. One reason to go here is the Ice Palace Skating Rink, which is a fun thing to do to escape the heat in Hong Kong.
You will find a large selection of well known, chain-store brands here such as Zara, H&M, Club Monaco, Giordano, Levis, Marks & Spencer, Uniqlo and Superdry. There are a few higher end shops like Coach and Furla but mostly it is affordable shopping.
It’s pretty family-friendly. In addition to the ice-skating rink, there’s a big Lego store, a ToysRUs and McDonalds. There are plenty of food options other than fast food, including Western style places like the Agnes B cafe, Pret A Manger and the obligatory coffee chains, Pacific Coffee & Starbucks.
Although it’s very big, I find it a reasonably easy centre to navigate and the large spaces mean that it doesn’t feel over-crowded.
Like most of Hong Kong, it’s open until late so you can shop until midnight.
Written October 25, 2021
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eaduebellerd
France1 contribution
May 2016 • Family
i and was walking to buy some shirt it very good price and good thing .In side it very nice we looking around they sale many thing beautiful .if you one to buy something can come to city plaza
Written May 20, 2016
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Frappezz
Singapore, Singapore2,974 contributions
May 2016 • Friends
City Plaza is a sprawling mall at the eastern end f Hong Kong Island, built to cater to the suburban residents of the blocks of condominiums in the vicinity, the tenants of the three office towers above it and guests staying at East Hotel. It is linked to the Tai Koo MTR Station which is an interchange between the Island Line and the East Kowloon/Kun Tong Line which helps to extend its customer catchment. It is just another cookie cutter mall but on a mega scale, with the usual chain stores like G2000, H&M, M&S, Muji, Toys R Us etc. I won't recommend travelling all the way here to shop as the tenant mix is no different from other malls in Causeway Bay, Tsimtsatsui or Mongkok eg Langham Place. Only for shoppers who are fazed by the madding crowds at Causeway Bay etc. City Plaza's claim to fame is an ice skating rink on its premises which helps to draw youths and families with kids having skating lessons. Wear a good pair of walking shoes if you are thinking of visiting this mall.
Written May 20, 2016
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HKeater
Hong Kong, China30,699 contributions
Feb 2016 • Family
A blue chip shopping mall for locals with everything you'll need for daily life. Even plentiful parking.

There's even an adjacent seafront promenade with a fireboat museum (Alexander Grantham). You can even walk all the way to Lei King Wan and the restaurants there.
Written February 14, 2016
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Christine T
Hong Kong, China645 contributions
Feb 2016 • Solo
Huge mall with varieties of shops, restaurants and cinema and a skating rink. However, cannot find one directory unless you walk to one end of the mall and at ground level to ask an assistant. Quite a stupid design and a nuisance especially if you are in a hurry. Serious BAD design.
Written February 12, 2016
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EdinburghShoegal
Edinburgh379 contributions
Took forever to get to the mall as no-one seemed to know where it was - that should have been our 1st clue not to go any further. When we finally got to the mall it had the weirdest layout. You could only walk from one side of the mall to the other from one floor! All the other floors were pretty much self contained. The local guide map was useless too. The most disorientated I've ever been whilst trying to shop - and I could shop from Britain! I had to plead with my hubby to get me out of the place before I went competent mad! Save yourself the effort and your sanity, stay away from here.
Written September 30, 2012
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oldbutcool
Toronto, Canada157 contributions
Mar 2012
Taikoo Shing is a town, a neighbourhood at the east end. The district is bound by the MTR stations Quarry Bay and Tai Koo. Tai Koo or Quarry Bay was originally a shipyard owned by the British Hong Kong taipan, the Swire Group, which also started the Cathy Pacific, the flag ship of Hong Kong. The Swire Group developed the shipyard wasteland into the Taikoo town in the 80's. Recently, the Swire Group and other developers also turn the town into a commercial spot with huge and tall commercial buildings such as the Devon House, Warwick House, Somerset house and the newest and tallest centre piece One Island East. I have heard about that the One Island East has left 37th floor entirely empty but used as an upper lobby for switching elevators---people going to floors above floor 37 must switch cars that go from G to 37. There is a small coffee shop on the 37th. i wanted to see the East End Hong Kong and the local neighbourhood Tai Koo, therefore, i have decided to visit the One Island East.

the 37th floor offers a very unique view of Hong Kong from the East. One can see the old airport, the run way that is now being built to a cruise ship terminal, the old Kowloon industry zone where all the past "made in Hong Kong" goods were made, and the Lee Yuen Moon village that is one of the oldest fishing villages at the east end of Kowloon. One can also see the very narrow channel that is less than a km wide between Kowloon and Hong Kong where i have read about that the Japanese had chosen to cross the harbour in the War of Hong Kong in WW2 which sealed the fate of the resistance by the Canadians. Looking west, one can see the whole Kowloon Peninsula. The 37th floor offers a very unique view from the top.

The One Island East, 37th floor is not for everyone. The floor is not commercialized for tourists like the Peak or Sky100. While the Sky100 offers the western view of Kowloon and a fine view of the whole Habour and Hong Kong island from west and the Peak offers the traditional view of high rises in Central, the One Island East 37th gives a unique eastern view that is not publicized at all. There is of course the Cafe Gray that is on top of the Upper House hotel in Central that i rave about in another write up which gives a breath taking view of Admiralty and Central. I would rate the 37th floor of One Island East as the fourth spot that offers another Hong Kong view from the top.
Written March 29, 2012
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