The brainchild of New World Group’s Adrian Cheng, K11 Musea is the K11 brand’s flagship property that measures a grand total of 1.2 million sq. ft. spanning over ten floors. The retail giant boasts numerous international brands, including some of their largest stores in Hong Kong. It’s billed to be an immersive, multi-sensory space, featuring over 40 world-class contemporary art pieces along with a vast number of artistic details within the 1.2 million sq. ft. space: an attempt to make art and culture more democratised for the everyday shopper.
Situated at the Central Waterfront, IFC is one of Hong Kong’s leading business and leisure destinations with a combination of prestigious offices, high-end shopping and entertainment outlets for a unique working, shopping and living experience. Other than the over 200 international premium brands and Michelin-awarded restaurants, the complex is also home to one of Hong Kong’s finest hotel and suite hotel — Four Seasons Hotel and Four Seasons Place, making it one of the city’s iconic world-class shopping and lifestyle destination.
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Located in the heart of the bustling Central district, Landmark is a luxury shopping destination consist of four iconic connected buildings — Landmark Atrium, Landmark Alexandra, Landmark Chater and Landmark Prince’s — all seamlessly linked by pedestrian bridges. The complex houses approximately 208 of the finest stores and restaurants, offering the best shopping experience to the most discerning customer.
The mall has also recently launched a premium salon, offering exclusive top-tier experience for members of its regional loyalty programme, Bespoke, which also covers other luxury retail destinations in the region including Beijing’s WF Central, Macau’s One Central, as well as Tokyo’s Ginza Six. Designed by award-winning studio, PTang Studio, the 5,600 sq. ft. space offer its VIPs access to ultra-personal services and privileges, from enjoying Michelin-starred catering by Chef Vicky Lau to hosting their own private gourmet meal by world-renowned chefs in the VIP dining room for 12.
With a design realised by acclaimed British designer Thomas Heatherwick and his team at Heatherwick Studio, Pacific Place prides itself as Hong Kong’s premier lifestyle hub. The 711,000 sq.-ft., mixed-used retail and leisure destination comprised of three Grade-A office towers (One, Two and Three Pacific Place), a quartet of renowned five-star hotels (The Upper House, Conrad, Island Shangri-La and JW Marriott), as well as an exclusive 270-suite apartment residence, setting a new standard for contemporary luxury.
A unicorn among its numerous other stores across the globe from the UK to Dubai, the newly refurbished Harvey Nichols store at Pacific Place is the very first one that adapts the department store’s brand-new format, which, with the help of new technology, cleverly combines offline services with local products and online offerings, delivering them all within one space.
Housed within historical architectures constructed in 1884, 1881 Heritage was once the Marine Police Headquarters til 1994, and has since became a declared monument (excluding the Main Block of the Old Kowloon Fire Station) as the one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in Hong Kong. In 2009, the compound was revitalised and transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark, featuring a heritage hotel and a commercial complex that houses top-tier watch and jewellery titles including Cartier, Montblanc, Chopard, Tiffany & Co. and more.
A lavish mall spanning one million square feet of shopping, dining, art and entertainment offerings, the Elements Mall is divided into five zones inspired by the five elements of traditional Chinese culture.
While the Wood Zone covers health and beauty and the Metal Zone offers a selection of high fashion and jewellery, Water Zone offers a delectable variety of dining options and contemporary fashion, and Fire Zone is a one-stop destination for family entertainment from movie theatres to Hong Kong’s first pay-as-you-skate ice rink. For those who enjoy designer wear, head to the Earth Zone for a rich selection of luxury fashion from Celine to Christian Dior and Dior Homme.
The mall is also attached to the W Hotel and also ICC, which is home to the five-star Ritz Carton hotel and Ozone — the highest bar in the world.
With a mixture of first class business and retail offerings, Lee Gardens (One-Six) is Causeway Bay’s premium destination for those on the look-out for exciting fashion, lifestyle, hospitality and dining experiences.
Situated at the vibrant district of Causeway Bay, Times Square is one of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist spots that houses over two hundred world-renowned brands across sixteen floors from apparel, leather goods, watches and jewellery to sport specialty stores and electronics chains, along with a Food Forum that offers nationwide dining options for both locals and tourists.
Comprising a unique fusion of indoor and outdoor facilities spreading across three vibrant streets – Paterson, Kingston and Food Street — located in the heart of Causeway Bay, Fashion Walk is a distinctive shopping destination that offers the latest trends in fashion, gastronomy, and lifestyle. Here, you’ll find global names and contemporary rising stars from Michael Kors to Max Mara, MSGM, Sandro and Maje, as well as Maison Kitsumè, IRO, Her and D-mop, that target fashion lovers who are looking to discover popular but less mainstream styles.