The upshot for the shopper is a choice of over 450 shops, around 70 restaurants, 3 hotels, an art gallery and an observatory deck. Fortunately, this mind-boggling selection has been intelligently organised into distinct zones for kids, sports, fashion, watches and jewellery, beauty, and more. The third floor of Ocean Centre is where you can gape at the latest electronic gadgets, while Canton Road outside is one long strip of luxury shopping, including Louis Vuitton’s largest store in Asia and Chanel's Asia flagship store.
http://www.isquare.hk/ Standing tall in one of Hong Kong’s most popular shopping districts, iSQUARE offers a welcome break from the teeming streets of surrounding Tsim Sha Tsui. Wander in to enjoy a wide range of fashion, jewellery, lifestyle and beauty brands, as well as fine dining with 270-degree harbour views on the higher floors, with more casual eating available on the lower ones. The mall’s IMAX cinema is the biggest in Hong Kong.
With artwork integrated throughout the ‘Museum-Retail space’, K11 Art Mall carries a wide range of international and local brands, sought-after fashion labels, and popular dining establishments. It is also home to a variety of art and cultural experiences, including mini concerts, movie screenings and cultural dialogues showcasing both home-grown and international artists; as well as inspirational art exhibitions and seasonal themed events.
The One is Hong Kong’s tallest retail complex with 29 floors. The shopping here is diverse thanks to an integrated tenant mix that ranges from luxury jewellery and watches, fashion and accessories, hip youth brands, skincare and cosmetics, a premium supermarket, homewares and lifestyle goods. Popular Japanese brands and a number of alfresco dining options with great views are also available here.