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Festival Walk, Hong Kong

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Step into the massive Festival Walk to do some shopping and escape the outside heat. A one-stop shopping destination boasting over 200 retail stores and restaurants, this venue features clothing chains and high-end boutiques rarely found in smaller malls. Skate on the largest ice rink in Hong Kong or spend some time with a good book at the mall's large bookstore. Stock up on some food and groceries at the basement supermarket, where you can find a huge variety of treats to enjoy during your visit or bring back home. Make Festival Walk part of your personalized Hong Kong itinerary using our Hong Kong vacation trip planner.
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  • Good old festival walk. Grew up in this mall with my friends, through from middle school to university. There's no point really reviewing this place, nothing says an afternoon in Kowloon Tong like Festival Walk. But if you're a tourist, it's a medium sized mall, bright and clean, with a variety of shops and amenities.. ranging from couture to H&M. It has a nice (recently renovated as of 2017) cinema and ice skating rink. Good place to spend a late afternoon​ as a family or a group of friends. But I mean, if you're a tourist, there's other things to see in Hong Kong.
  • Inexpensive meal sets. Care with nice wooden furniture. A nice place to sit down for food and rest. During busy business time, you will be limited to use the table for 90 mins only.
  • Facilities here are very versatile. I guess this is the only mall in hk with an ice rink. Tons of food choices, but they are mostly expensive, except for those in food court which are still a bit pricey. A lot of brands if you are looking for shopping. Toilets are exceptionally clean.
  • It's a Japanese dream come true. This store includes all areas of one's life - clothezs, food, home, etc. Prices are high (in my opinion), but you definitely get the perceived Japanese style when shopping here.
  • Nice new Muji, taking the old Page One space. There's a cafe where you need to reserve a table before buying your food from the cafeteria-style food counters (think Ikea). Nice!

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