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Reviewed July 17, 2013

If you are intended to go to Hongkong for shopping, then Causeway Bay is definitely the place to start. dozens of shopping mall and branded store, made us satisfied even just doing windows shopping.

1  Thank Drtika78
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Reviewed June 25, 2013

Causeway Bay is a great place for tourists. It is easily accessible by all means of transport: subway, bus, mini-bus, tram or taxi. If you come across to drop by Hong Kong for a few days, I would recommend you to stay at Causeway Bay especially nearby the Causeway Bay MTR/subway stations. You could find yourself in a great place for shopping, eating and exploring the local cultures. You could easily find shops for selling expensive items to low price products. There are renowned brands along Lee Gardens I and II as well as in Times Square. Undoubtedly you could reach out to the local brands and small shops at the same time nearby the same area, even an open bazaar called Jardine’s Bazaar next to one of the exit of the Causeway Bay MTR stations. For eatery, you could try fancy food in the expensive restaurants in the hotels or the business buildings. Of course you could try the local food at the small places along the streets at very reasonable price.

Furthermore, there are mini-bus taking you from Causeway Bay to other sight-seeing spots like Repulse Bay, Stanley and Cyberport. It is not far away too if you want to go up to the Peak or Central for ferries.

Whenever you are in Causeway Bay, you find things are moving on non-stop, you will definitely be busy to explore what are going on, so it is really fun and fascinating. And I beg that you will never get bored.

4  Thank Ronbutler
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Reviewed June 25, 2013

This area is pack with many people very busy. Surrounding with many shopping center the famous is Times Square. Good shopping destination. Prepare your credit card hahaha...

1  Thank CedricLim
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Reviewed June 11, 2013

Times Square in Causeway Bay has was one of Hong Kong’s first mega-malls and, with 16 floors holding 230 shops, this shrine of shopping still dwarfs much of the competition. This is one of Hong Kong's Top Five Shopping Malls. The real draw here is that while most Hong Kong malls pitch there business at customers who own palaces and shop with gold bars, Hong Kong Times Square offers an excellent mix of mid-range stores aimed at the average shopper. The mall is also a winning mix of local Hong Kong brands, such as the Fortress electronics store or Lane Crawford department store, with major international brands, such as Marks and Spencers and Kookai. One draw back can be the huge crowds the mall draws, and it can be crushingly packed at times.

Times Square has managed to attract some of the city’s big name restaurants, and you won’t find a better mall in town for fine dining. Highlights include the award winning Wasabisabi, one of the coolest Japanese restaurants in the city, and Water Margin, where you can try outstanding traditional Shanghainese Cuisine. Aside from that, there is also an excellent food court, which includes the inspirationally named ‘Curry in a Hurry’. The complex also includes a cinema.

Causeway Bay just is not Times Square but once you are in, it is difficult to leave in a hurry unless you miss something. Outside one finds the Green Mini Buses that are economical to use or the Trams, depending upon the direction you wish to travel. Naturally there is the ordinary buses or taxis and oth forgetting the MTR so there is no excuse not to travel to Causeway Bay!

5  Thank Jeremy4939
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Reviewed June 9, 2013

Busy, busy, busy and then some - even Wan Chai has little on this hectic intersection of malls, eateries and a street market. Noise abounds, people zig - zag in every direction, traffic jockeys for that extra inch along the chaotically, congested Hennessy Rd and other arterial streets surrounding this shopping enclave.

Consumerism is King here, but it left us a bit unmoved overall, as nothing much seems to have changed. It’s more or less the same as most other shopping precincts dotting the Island and Kowloon. We are not fans of being squeezed along on a tide of people with an overwhelming need to shop.

That being said, it’s not the same for everyone and if anything there is are a myriad of things to impress like the hypnotizing neon signs, the ‘in your face’ billboards, the sight of shoppers enjoying themselves and the enticing smell and eye - catching foodie delights along the way – in other words – each to their own.The tram trip through here is a great way to view nearly every nuance which is what we did to get here and beyond.

Enjoy your experience!

3  Thank Globebugs
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