Whether you’re searching for designer pieces, general outlet shopping malls or specialist outlet malls, check out what Hong Kong has to offer. With unmatchable prices, outlet mall shopping is a mean steal in the city!
We all love a good bargain and unbeatable discounts, especially when it comes to finding high-quality brands and products. And because Hong Kong is home to many high-end retailers, it offers some great shopping deals, especially at the various outlets that can be found throughout the city. The pandemic has put a halt to trips to Shenzhen for those who are in search of a great bargain, but there are great options right here in the 852. Here’s our list of favourite outlet malls in Hong Kong and what these outlets have to offer…
Citygate Outlets – The largest outlet mall in Hong Kong
Citygate Outlets, located in Tung Chung on Lantau Island, is the largest outlet mall in Hong Kong. With a selection of more than 80 international brands (and counting), you’re bound to find something for everyone. You’ll find everything from fashion to footwear, sports equipment, homeware, furniture and more! There’s also great shoe brands here, including a Nike outlet, Adidas and Catalog. Plus, there’s a host of designer outlet brands like Kate Spade and DVF and several child-friendly outlet shops. We think it’s got the family-friendly seal of approval, as it has a food court and varying other restaurants, as well as a baby care and breastfeeding room.
Horizon Plaza Ap Lei Chau – Shopping mall with great deals, especially for furniture items and designer fashion brands
Boasting 25 floors and over 100 shops ranging from fashion to furniture, to food and drinks, you’re sure to find something at Horizon Plaza! Great designer brands include Agnes B., Marc Jacobs, and Salvatore Ferragamo, Brooks Brothers, Nicholas & Bears, and even Whiskers & Paws, leaving no furry members behind. There’s even a selection of children’s toys and accessories. On the homeware and outdoor furniture front, furniture brands include Common Room, OVO Home, and TREE. With the MTR now just minutes away from the shopping mall, it’s a great place to visit, as the deals are irresistible and some stores even offer greater discounts for those who spend more.
Prada and Miu Miu Factory Outlet – Designer outlet mall in Hong Kong
“I’ve got too many handbags!” said no one ever. If you’re heading out to Horizon Plaza, stay on the southside a bit longer and check out the Prada and Miu Miu outlet over in the East Wing of Marina Square. One for the Sassy Parents, just be warned that the selection on offer is quite limited, and is definitely from seasons past. Wallets and key fobs are the easiest to score, whilst bags and shoes in the colours and sizes you want may be harder to find. But with prices being a far cry from the standard, it’s definitely worth a mosey around if you’ve got the time.
Opening Hours: 10:30am to 7:30pm (12pm to 7pm on Mondays)
Nearest MTR: South Horizon
Address: Central 2/F Marina Square (East Wing), South Horizons Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, 2814 9576
Kwun Tong Outlets – Nike outlet and other sports outlets in Hong Kong
Calling all athleisure and sports gear lovers! If you’re on the hunt for some new duds to work out in or just run errands in, consider paying the Camel Paint Building in Kwun Tong a visit. With Nike and Adidas outlets, there’s a great selection of trainers at significantly reduced prices, it’s worth a trip just to have a browse.
Opening Hours: 11:30am to 8:30pm
Nearest MTR: Kwun Tong
Address: Camel Paint Building Block 1, 62 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, 2172 7938
China Hong Kong City – Small outlet mall in Tsim Sha Tsui
Although the small outlet mall China Hong Kong City has since seen its number of stores decline, big discounts can still be found if you’re looking for some polished basics for your everyday wear. ISA also has a large selection of designer brand items from current lines at discount prices, perfect to check out if you’ve been eyeing up a bag but didn’t want to splurge on the item at full price. Other shops include Geox, and CoTima, and places such and the Levi’s outlet offer almost constant discounts on their products. It might be hard to find something for the kids here, but they’ve certainly got you and your significant other covered.
Sassy Mama Tip: This mall is baby-friendly and has a baby care room, services for reheating baby food and even lets you borrow baby strollers (available upon request at the concierge)!
ISA Outlet Store – Wide range of designer outlet and high street brands
Almost everything in Hong Kong has been streamlined to be convenient, and nothing’s more convenient than a one-stop shop. Enter ISA, a chain store featuring a range of brand name designers at great discounts, perfect for a little browse before picking up your kids from school or if you just need a little retail therapy in between appointments and errands. With locations across Tsim Sha Tsui, two more in Causeway Bay, one in Yuen Long’s YOHO, and even an outlet location at China Hong Kong City, ISA is great for some on-the-go shopping.
Opening Hours: Opens at 10am, closing times for individual store locations vary
Nearest MTR: Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, and Yuen Long, depending on store location
Address: Various locations across Hong Kong, www.isaboutique.com
Paradise Mall – International brand outlet mall
Boasting a wide array of international names and a decent selection of sports brands including a Nike outlet, Adidas and New Balance at discount prices, Paradise Mall is a great option for a bit of shopping (and even a bite to eat!). It has family-friendly written all over it. You can borrow a stroller, get free disposable baby changing pads, and there are even baby bottle reheating services and hot water for baby formula on offer, so even new mums can enjoy a day out with their little one. The fact that it has a 43,000 square-foot sports zone on the second floor means that older kids can spend their time at the Namco arcade, running through the Dreamland Playground, or for the more daring, rock climbing at Just Climb.
Kaiser Estate – Sports and jewellery outlet in Hung Hom
Similar to the Kwun Tong outlets, Kaiser Estate features a cluster of sports brand outlets in Hung Hom, with brands such as Reebok, Adidas, New Balance, and more. For those less interested in sporting gear, the upper levels of the building house some jewellery stores selling goods at discounted prices.
Opening Hours: 9:30am to 7:30pm – Monday to Saturday, 10:30am to 7:30pm – Sundays
Nearest MTR: Ho Man Tin
Address: 51 Man Yue Street, Hung Hom, Kowloon
Esprit Outlets – Outlet shop in Mong Kok
The American brand Esprit has several outlets dotted around town, but if you don’t fancy travelling out to the far end of Tsim Sha Tsui to visit the one in China Hong Kong City, the basement of Hollywood Plaza in Mong Kok houses one as well. Although not the most child-friendly environment, the location is a little more convenient and has a generous selection of clothing, with discounts going up and getting better the more you buy.
Opening Hours: 10:30am to 10pm
Nearest MTR: Mong Kok
Address: Basement A & B, Hollywood Plaza, 610 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2388 0064
Other Outlet Malls And Discount Shopping In Hong Kong
Florentia Village – Smaller outlet mall near Kwai Hing MTR Station, www.florentiavillage.com
Harbour City bazaar – Regular sales for branded fashion, 5/F, Wharf T&T Centre, 7 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.thebazaar.com.hk
Mong Kok Sneaker Street – Close to the Fa Yuen street market, you’ll find a large selection of high street brands and cheaper prices, Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Sassy Hong Kong in 2017 by Carrie Johnson, updated in February 2019 by Lucia Lau and most recently updated in September 2021.