The Olympian City shopping complex consists of three different phases (1, 2 and 3) and is located in the heart of West Kowloon. The three phases could be regarded as separately or individual shopping malls and offer a quite innovative shopping and entertainment experiences. Combining the three phases the Olympian City has altogether more than 800,000 square feet of retail space with more than 300 shops, stores and restaurants. The Olympian City is conveniently surrounded by five MTR stations (Olympic Station, Mongkok Station, Austin Station, Kowloon Station and the West Kowloon Terminus of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link) and are linked with elevated walkways.
In Olympian City 1 about 30-35 different shops and stores are distributed over 2 floors. It appears that the main theme of the shops and stores of the Olympian City 1 is to focus mainly on beauty, cosmetics, healthcare and spa treatments. Big chain stores like Mannings or Slim Beauty as well as Chinese and Western Medical Centres can be found here. Also lots of property agents, education services and books stores are located in this part of the mall combined with a mix of restaurants, lifestyle and gift shops.
The majority of shops (approx. 180 shops) are located in Olympian City 2. The second phase of the Olympian City focuses more on fashion, accessories, sports good and lifestyle products. The electronic giant Fortress and sporting department store Marathon Sports can be found here as well as retail stores of H&M, Giordano, Lafuma, K-Swiss, Nike, Quicksilver, Roxy, Triumpf or Uniqlo just to name a few among others.
In Olympian City 3 are approx. 80 stores located. The majority of shops are food outlets, kids wear and toy stores. Toys’R’Us, ChickeeDuck, KingKow, Kids Wonderland, Organic Baby or Hallmark Babies can be found here. In addition, several lifestyle, furniture, fashion, accessories and dining shops are located there.
Please refer to the following link for a more detailed overview of the different floor and shops of Olympian City.
Btw…may be you are wondering why this shopping mall is named Olympian City. The malls as well as the MTR Olympic Station are named as a tribute to Hong Kong’s first ever Olympic gold-medal winner (Windsurfer Lee Lai Shan) and the two paralympic gold-medal winners in 1996.
Opening Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm
Enquiries Call: +(852) 2397 3636 /+(852) 2740 4108
How to Get to Olympian City:
Official Website: http://www.olympiancity.com.hk/en/html/front/index.aspx
Olympian City 1: 11 Hoi Fai Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Olympian City 2: 18 Hoi Fai Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Olympian City 3: 1 Hoi Fai Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
By MTR: You can either take MTR to Mongkok station and exit through Exit C. Then walk along Cherry Street towards Olympian City 3. The walk takes good 10-15 minutes and you will pass Portland Street, Shanghai Street and Reclamation Street which are all worthwhile to have a look.
Walking in the humid and hot air of Hong Kong is not for everyone. So if you would like to enjoy air-conditioned transportation you might want to take the second option. Take MTR West Railline to Olympic Station and Exit A and E will take you directly to Olympian City 1 while Exit D will get you to Olympian City 2.
-Routes 13D, 43C, 87B and E21 terminate at the Bus Terminus at G/F of Olympian City 1.
-Routes 16, 33A, 52X, 72X, 87A and 265 B serve the Park Avenue Bus Terminus which is approx. a 2 minute walk away from Olympian City 2.
-Routes 31B, 32, 37 and 66X stop at the HSBC Centre Bus Terminus which is located opposite the Olympian City 1 and 2. The HSBC Centre Bus Terminus is connected by elevated walkways to the shopping mall and can be reached by Exit B and C of the MTR Olympic Station.
-Routes 2E, 10, 12 and 914 via Mong Kong Charming Garden stop in the Hoi Wang Road which is approx. 5 minute walk to the Olympian City.
-Routes 18, 701, 904, 905, 971, A21 and N23 serve Olympian City shopping mall via Cherry Street. So if you feel too hot, humid or just tired of walking along Cherry Street then just take any one these buses to get to the Olympian City.