Uncovering Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay is a prime destination for shopping, dining and all things entertainment. With a rich variety of restaurants, bars and shopping malls, the area is a well-known tourist hotspot with some corners and laneways that Hongkongers are extremely fond of. Venture through the hustle and bustle as there’s plenty to explore in this vibrant mecca centre; Causeway Bay has an atmosphere that is unlike any other district in Hong Kong.

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Causeway Bay is a shopper’s heaven. There are several large shopping malls in the area, namely Hysan, Times Square and department store SOGO. All three shopping centres are spread over numerous levels and offer shopping at more affordable prices with shops like Zara, H&M and Marks & Spencer. There are also more high-end fashion brands available at Times Square.

For luxury goods, Fashion Walk is filled with premium international brands. Fashion Walk consists of four streets, Great George, Paterson, Kingston and Cleveland. Similarly, Lee Gardens also offers luxury shopping.

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Fashion Walk


Not only do restaurants line almost every street in Causeway Bay, there are some restaurants located in buildings that provide an impressive view of the city. On the street level, head to Houston Street, aptly named Food Street, where it is dotted with restaurants on either side and offers alfresco dining.

Tang Lung Street is filled with countless choices ranging from Japanese, Korean to European cuisine. Travel up to the 31st floor of V Point and you’ll find ALTO from Dining Concepts. Designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, the restaurant offers magnificent views of Hong Kong, which complements its classic grill menu.

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Located on the seventh floor of Hysan shopping mall is Shelter Restaurant and Bar. Serving a hearty Italian fare, the space is split into part restaurant and part bar with the bar area offering an incredible skyline view of Causeway Bay.

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Leisure Facilities

Not only can residents enjoy the vibrant shopping and dining options on offer but Causeway Bay is also filled with leisure facilities. Established in 2001, The Hong Kong Central Library is the largest library in Hong Kong with a comprehensive collection of books and set of facilities. Plus it holds regular activities and programmes for visitors of all ages.

Covering an enormous 19 hectares, Victoria Park sits on the border of Causeway Bay and Tin Hau and offers a plethora of indoor and outdoor recreational facilities such as tennis courts, roller skating rinks and a swimming pool. The park is also home to several sporting tournaments and events.

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