Once Upon A Cantonese Winter: Causeway Bay
Feb 21, 2011 — We had a brief tour of Causeway Bay, one of Hong Kong’s major shopping districts. It can be compared to Tokyo’s Shibuya and New York’s Times Square because of the large number of pedestrians crossing Hennessy Road.
Causeway Bay is the shopping counterpart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Here you can find a lot of shopping malls, department stores, high-end flagship stores, and street markets.
Lee Theatre Plaza
Mini at Hysan Avenue
Miu Miu, Emporio Armani and Gucci at Lee Gardens
Nissan GTR along Lan Fong Road
Sogo – largest Japanese-owned department store in Hong Kong
ooooh... a Louis Vuitton loot
There are many other areas to look out for when you’re in Causeway Bay like the street markets at Jardine’s Bazaar and Jardine’s Crescent (where I scored some cheap harem pants and tops during my trip in 2009), Times Square – a 16-storey shopping mall that has around 200+ shops and Fashion Walk.
Ironically, we didn’t shop. Not even a single shirt. We just dropped by the Wellcome Superstore at Great Gorge Street to buy some chocolates and other snacks before heading back to Tsim Sha Tsui.