Hong Kong Festival Walk Shopping Mall Review

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Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong is one of Hong Kong’s larger shopping malls, featuring more than 200 shops and outlets. Aimed at a more mass market audience than some of the exclusive malls on Hong Kong Island, most of Hong Kong’s most popular are represented here, such as Broadway Electronics and Hong Kong Records. They’re joined by major international retailers such as as Marks and Spencer and H&M. Of course this being Hong Kong, the mall experience wouldn’t be complete without a few high end names. Vivienne Westwood and Tommy Hilfiger are just two of a dozen or so more upmarket brands. As part of its family friendly appeal, there are also a number of shops such as Toys R Us and DKNY Kids that will let you bring your little ones.

Aside from its broad selection of brands, Festival Walk is also known as a leisure destination thanks to its Mulitplex Cinema and one of Hong Kong’s only indoor ice rinks. These are complimented by a solid selection of food oulets aimed at the nuclear family, ranging from Asian cuisine at House of Canton and EXP to western food at Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill and Amaroni’s Little Italy. Those who can’t resist the temptation of fast food will find the full range on offer, including McDonald's, KFC and Ben and Jerry’s.

Hong Kong Harbour City List of Main Stores

Flagship Stores

Broadway, Fortress, H&M, Page One, Marks and Spencers, Toys R Us, Hong Kong Records


Calvin Klein, French Connection, Hollister, H&M, Juicy Couture, MANGO, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Vivienne Westwood

Shoes and Bags

COACH, DKNY, Guess, Kinji, Links of London, Montblanc, Rockport, Tie Rack


Accessorize, Georg Jensen, Swatch, Tic Tac Time


Broadway, Fortress, Oregon Scientific

Where to Eat

Cafe De Coral, Rice Paper, Itmae-Sushi, EXP, Dan Ryan's Amaroni's Little Italy, House of Canton, Pacific Coffee, Godiva

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