Like any airport around the world the Hong Kong International Airport houses numerous shops, stores and restaurants to cater the needs of travelers, visitors and guests. Hong Kong International Airport SkyMart and SkyPlaza have currently over 250 shops and about 70 restaurants in both the restricted and non-restricted areas of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
In Terminal 1 you can find Hong Kong SkyMart. The tenants of Terminal 1 are a good mix and offer almost everything from AV products, electronics, accessories, cosmetics, jewelry, watches, and eyewear to duty free liquor/tobacco and designer fashion, accessories and bags. About 40 luxury brand stores can be found at the Hong Kong SkyMart (most of them in the restricted area) such as Agnes b., Armani, Bally, Boss, Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Daks, dunhill, Gucci, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Loewe, Mont Blanc, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Valentino, Versace or Zara to name a few. Usually, customers are worried that prices are higher at the airport than in the downtown area. The Hong Kong International Airport provides you with a price guarantee which means you would get a refund if you should find the purchased item cheaper in the downtown area.
In Terminal 2 you can find the Hong Kong SkyPlaza. The mix of the tenants is similar to the Terminal 1 area. You are able to find electronics (Bose, Leica, Fortress, DG Lifestyle (carries Apple products), etc.), toys, luggage and travel accessories (Tumi, Rimowa, Victorinox, etc.), beauty and health care (Mannings, Chanel, etc.) shops as well as jewelry, watches (Swatch), fashion (Levi’s, G2000, Lacoste, Kilara, Giordano, Shanghai Tang, etc.), bags and duty free shops. In addition, there are several restaurants from fast food to international cuisines. Also, Terminal 2 is well-known for its entertainment section. There is a 4D cinema, iSports (simulator of various sports such as soccer, golf, boxing, skiing, car racing, basketball, etc.) and the Aviation Discovery Centre including a cockpit simulator. Close-by is the SkyCity Nine Eagles Gold Course, Hong Kong’s first nine-hole golf course created to US Golf Association Standards. This golf course was inspired by the famous Florida Sawgrass course and offers really a unique option if you are stranded for a few hours in Hong Kong and would like to have some leisure time.
Last but not least, for passengers using the SkyPier: there is a Duty-Free shop inside the restricted area.
Since the tenants as well as opening hours change from time to time we would like to ask you to follow the link for detailed information about opening hours and shop directory of Hong Kong International Airport SkyMart and SkyPlaza.
Official Website: http://www.hongkongairport.com/eng/index.html