Citygate Hong Kong Outlet
Citygate Outlets is probably one of Hong Kong’s most famous shopping destinations. The mall is discount heaven, as a wide variety of stores have opened factory outlets alongside each other here. Any shopper visiting Hong Kong must spend at least a day here to eat, be pampered and of course, to shop, shop, shop.
Luxury For Less
Popular designer labels that have outlet stores at Citygate Outlets Hong Kong include Bally, Burberry, Calvin Klein Jeans, Club 21, Tommy Hilfiger and Vivienne Tam. Polo Ralph Lauren has also recently opened a well-sized and stocked outlet here store.
The pieces on sale generally include dresses, bags and accessories. They are usually off-season and discounts range from 30% to 50%, depending on the item and how ‘off-season’ it is. As with most outlet stores, sizes can run out quite quickly, so prepare to be disappointed if you have a common shoe size.
Several stores, including Guess and Crocs, offer discounts as high as 70%.
You can also find Adidas, Puma and Timberland outlet stores here, which offer significant reductions of up to 60%.
If you need a new suitcase to bring back everything you’ve bought in Hong Kong, take a look at the Samsonite outlet store, which sells backpacks and luggage at 30% below regular prices.
Hungry shoppers will be pleased to know that Citygate Outlets also has a wide variety of food outlets, including a McDonald’s and foodrepublic food court. More adventurous foodies can try Vietnamese food at Deli Viet Vietnamese and Southern European and Mediterranean food at Olea.
If you’re looking to bring a taste of Hong Kong back home, stop by the supermarket in the basement, which sells every imaginable item, including Chinese long-boiled soup in microwaveable packs.
More than a Mall
Citygate Outlets might be known for its shopping, but most patrons don’t know that the mall’s more than just a regular mall. It boasts a spa, a multi-screen cinema and Asia’s largest outdoor kinetic fountain.
The spa, by MTM, is definitely a highlight for tired shoppers looking for a relaxing end to a day. Using aromatherapy, it promises a rejuvenating experience for all.
Transport and Accommodation
Citygate Outlets Hong Kong are conveniently located within just ten minutes of the international airport, which makes it a perfect first stop for tourists entering the city.
The nearest major hotel would be Hotel Novotel Hong Kong Citygate, which is literally at the doorstep of Citygate Outlets Hong Kong. Room rates generally start from S$200 per night.
It is also easily accessible from other parts of the city by MTR – commuters simply need to alight at Tung Chung MTR station and take Exit C.