Situated in one of the most expensive areas in the world, you have a chance to shop in one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant and crowded places. Fashionistas will enjoy the 16 floors with over 230 international brand names. Outside, surrounding the Times Square, there are small unique boutique shops as well as a wide selection of specialty stores. Besides becoming a famous landmark in Hong Kong (since 1993 the Times Square counts down the arrival of the New Year on New Year’s Eve), also becomes known as an art and cultural place. Over a hundred different events such as movie promotions, art performances or cultural exhibitions are held in front and/or inside of the Times Square Shopping mall every year and attract additional visitors from all over the place. Insider tip: If you feel hungry or exhausted after your shopping trip, check out the food court on the 10-13 floors. Several restaurants and bars are really good. If you are a sushi lover…visit Wasabi Wasabi…one of the upperscale sushi bars in Hong Kong (highly recommended).
Opening Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm (daily)
Enquiries Call: +(852) 2118 8900 (24 hours customer hotline)
How to Get to Times Square:
Official Website: http://www.timessquare.com.hk/
By MTR: Take MTR subway lines and get off at Causeway Bay station. Then walk towards Exit A (it’s quite a bit walking).
By Tram: From Central you can choose to take one of Hong Kong’s most famous transportation vehicle: the Tram or as locals refer to the “Ding Ding” and get off at Causeway Bay station.
By Bus: Following buses reach Times Square A3, 15B, 19, 38, 42, 65, 72, 72A, 76, 92, 96, 99, 107, 109, 108, 110, 112, 113, 116, 171, 182 592 and 671 as well as Green Mini Buses 4A, 4C, 5, 10, 11, 14M, 19S, 21A, 21m, 28, 30, 31 and 26R.
For visitors from Mainland China there is also a cross-border shuttle bus available.