Times Square Hong Kong was one of Hong Kong’s first mega-malls and, with 16 floors holding 230 shops, this shrine of shopping still dwarfs much of the competition. This is one of Hong Kong's Top Five Shopping Malls. The real draw here is that while most Hong Kong malls pitch there business at customers who own palaces and shop with gold bars, Hong Kong Times Square offers an excellent mix of mid-range stores aimed at the average shopper. The mall is also a winning mix of local Hong Kong brands, such as the Fortress electronics store or Lane Crawford department store, with major international brands, such as Marks and Spencers and Kookai. One draw back can be the huge crowds the mall draws, and it can be crushingly packed at times.
Times Square has managed to attract some of the city’s big name restaurants, and you won’t find a better mall in town for fine dining. Highlights include the award winning Wasabisabi, one of the coolest Japanese restaurants in the city, and Water Margin, where you can try outstanding traditional Shanghainese Cuisine. Aside from that, there is also an excellent food court, which includes the inspirationally named ‘Curry in a Hurry’. The complex also includes a cinema.