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Elements (Mall), Hong Kong
(4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Browse the shops of Elements (Mall), a vast complex divided into themed areas representing the five Chinese elements: earth, water, fire, wood, and metal. Explore the spacious mall's different sections, each featuring its own characteristics. Browse the metal zone for high-end, luxury brands and fancy restaurants, or wander into the wood zone to find cosmetics, spas, and home accessories. Visit the large supermarket with an array of organic and natural products, or check out the modern cinema with "shaking chairs." Enjoy a meal at the food court, located in the water section, or just roam the halls and take in the striking design. Plan to visit Elements (Mall) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hong Kong attractions using our Hong Kong itinerary builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is a very nice mall in Hong Kong. Huge in size in accommodating almost all brands you need. Gets tremendous foot fall due to the Sky 100 observatory which is in the same building. Overall a good ...  more »
  • This is an upscale mall with many high end stores and famous brands like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Zara, Miu Miu and others. It is located in the Kowloon side of Hong Kong, near the waterfront and is a mu...  more »
  • 這裡有來自不同國家的名店,對於熱愛名店的人來說,一定要來.因為商彭有很多名店而且人流不多,飲食都應有盡有.但是價錢絕對不便宜. 
Google
  • A very nice shopping mall; and you can reach there by MTR, BUS, MiniBus and Taxi. There are many restruant , fastfood and food court, I'm sure you can pick any food you like. After visiting the shopping mall, you can take the minibus #74 to mong kok where is the heart of Hong Kong.
  • Convenient and centrally located with lots of shopping options including a supermarket however it's not a regular day to day shopping centre for an average family, because it is targeted for high end customers. MTR and airport express stations located below are convenient services, ice rink, cinemas provide entertainment and restaurants aplenty including the ones located in the roof top called Civic Square.
  • Upscale mall with many high end stores. Good options for eating. Roof garden is a good place to get a feeling of al fresco. This mall is also connected to ICC tower, train to airport.
  • An upscale shopping mall in West Kowloon. Lots of famous brands have their shops here, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Miu Miu... The ice rink(The Rink) is nice and the shoes are more comfortable than the Glacier in Festival Walk, but the rink size is smaller. Elements has less people than the others malls, so if you would like a shopping mall that will never be overcrowed and you can afford the price, you can go to Elements.
  • Element mall is nice place to hang on but quite expensive stores n all high end brands Grocery store is also there u can spend 4/5 hours here before u fly and also check in ur baggage for Cathay Pacific passangers