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Travel the City Along the Shopping Route!

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  • Asif Ghafoor
  • January 27, 2017

Holidays approaching? Even though Hong Kong is known as a Shopping Paradise, merely shopping may seem monotonous for many tourists. For locals, you may also be wondering of how to spend your weekend holidays. Indeed, visiting outlets may be a good choice as one can just gather everything on his or her checklist in one go. Why not spend a day to travel around Hong Kong along the shopping route? Here, Spacious recommends you with some of the following worth-visiting sites, let’s check them out!

1) Florentia Village Luxury Designer Outlet (Kwai Hing)

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Florentia Village is marching into Kwai Hing on 18th Feburary! Launched by the famous Italian retailer corporation RDM, the Florentia Village has a great mix of more than 20 international designer brands and offering 30-80% discount to customers. Different from the one in Guangzhou or Shanghai, Hong Kong’s version is gonna be a 45,000 sq. ft modern design avenue. This would definitely be a new photo checkpoint!

Address: 100, Kwai Cheong Road, Kwai Hing, NT

2) Citygate Outlets (Tung Chung)

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Featuring nearly 90 international brands and housing wide range of food and beverage options plus entertainment facilities like MTM Spa, Citygate Outlets is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong. You will also find one of the Asia’s largest outdoor kinetic fountains right next to the Square. One may also want to visit the nearby Ngong Ping 360 cable car, Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery or even Disneyland. Not only is the Citygate Outlets a fantastic shopping site, it could also be an ideal place to relax before departure as the mall is only 10-min away from the airport!

Address: 20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, NT

3) Horizon Plaza Factory Outlet Stores (Ap Lei Chau)

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Ready to be overwhelmed with Horizon Plaza’s 24 floors of outlet stores? Apart from international brands such as Land Crawford, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren and Yves Saint Lauren, etc., some local and traditional Chinese brands could also be found on shelves. Products with small defects are clearly labeled and would be priced lower. So, if you wish to save your pocket, this maybe a good pick! After shopping you may want to take a ferry from Ap Lei Chau and arrive at Aberdeen for a seafood feast at the Jumbo Kingdom restaurant!

Address: 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong