Moko, Hong Kong
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This Mall was acually the first mall I visited in HK but it was everything but special. It was indeed a nice shopping experience and it has a grad food court. Nontheless I would say it can be skipped.
Stayed at Royal Plaza Hotel which was connected to the mall and Mongkok East MTR station. It is a huge mall which had lots of varieties of restaurants to choose as well as many branded goods stores to... read more »
旺角火車站上蓋的商場。 火車站附近只有一個大型商場。而且他有美食廣場, 對於路過的遊客算是中途補給站。
Ok...so it's another shopping Mall. But it has Mong Kok East Railway station integrated into it. It is right by the famous outlet street Fa Yuen Gai. There are great shops here and it's not such a tourist area like TST. The place is clean, it's light, it's extremely well located.
MOKO is the best new shopping mall in Mong Kok. MOKO has recently been renovated. Since its renovation, MOKO has transformed from a dull shopping & eating experience to an amazing place that nears and starts to exceed the Langham Place Shopping Mall in Mong Kok. MOKO has an extraordinary range of food options from local Cantonese cuisine to Western Food options, making it one of the most diverse shopping and food centers in Mong Kok. Its location is extraordinarily convenient. Located atop the Mong Kok East station, MOKO is situated at the boundaries between Mong Kok & Prince Edward. The Mong Kok East station connects the New Territories to Kowloon and Mong Kok's bustling streets. The new MOKO renovation is a big step up from its previous state and is definitely recommended if you are looking to find a great range of food options or also shop around for things. The MOKO also houses the incredible Japanese Super Market YATA and also has a great range of fashion stores and baby stores to fit a wide range of tastes and budgets. Its close proximity (literally a few steps) to the local Mong Kok Street Life is also a big plus to discover and experience the neighborhood and venture to other amazing areas like Prince Edward and Sham Shui Po.
Javier I. Sampedro
After doing a renovation, the place has improved a lot. Check the cinema there and do not forget to try the food court or many of the other restaurants such as: japanese, thai, italian or chinese.
Look much better after renovation. Filled with expensive brands and nice supermarket. Very convenient as train station is under the mall.
The shops after recent renovation are more popular than before. There are many more restaurants. My favourite is its IMAX cinema which is less crowded than the one in Tsim Sha Tsui.
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