Festival Walk Hong Kong covers 7 floors of retail, dining, and entertainment outlets in Kowloon. The shopping mall is directly connected to the Kowloon Tong Station via an air-conditioned walk way, as well as a pedestrian link to the City University of Hong Kong. 

    Onsite entertainment options include one of Asia’s biggest ice-skating rinks, a multi-screen cinema, and a yearly calendar of events such as fashion launches and art exhibitions. Stores at Festival Walk Hong Kong include a wide range of global brands at varying price points.  

    Festival Walk Hong Kong - one of the highlights of 18 Best Shopping Experiences in Kowloon (Read all about Kowloon here)

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    Shopping at Festival Walk

    There are plenty of options in fashion, from city-smart suits at Brooks Brothers to casual wear at Uniqlo. Sports enthusiasts can shop for clothes, shoes and equipment at Adidas and Columbia Sportswear, while fans of designer fashion can find branches by Michael Kors and Calvin Klein.  

    Accessories & Luggage

    • Accessorize
    • Ecco
    • Montblanc
    • Samsonite

    Jewellery & Watches

    • Chow Sang Sang
    • Global Timepieces
    • Gucci Timepieces
    • OMEGA

    Sports & Outdoor

    • Columbia Sportswear
    • Adidas
    • Sportmax


    • Atsuro Tayama
    • Brooks Brothers
    • H&M
    • Uniqlo
    • Calvin Kleins
    • Kate Spade New York
    • Long Champ
    • Ted Baker
    • Tommy Hilfiger 

    Health & Beauty

    • Bobbi Brown
    • Clarins
    • Jurlique
    • Lancome
    • Shiseido
    • Shu Uemeura
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    Festival Walk restaurants and dining

    Food at Festival Walk covers all bases, from breakfast and coffee, to Asian and international flavours. A wide range of restaurants, coffee shops, and fast-food outlets are spread throughout the mall. 

    • Amaroni’s Little Italy
    • Café de Coral
    • Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill
    • EXP
    • Gyu-Kaku
    • House of Canton
    • Jasmine
    • Mad for Garlic
    • Queens Café
    • Sen-Ryo
    • Starbucks Coffee
    • Wang Jia Sha
    • Wine Shop Enoteca
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    Entertainment at Festival Walk

    Festival Walk Glacier is home to Hong Kong’s biggest ice-skating rink – it has theatrical lighting and a superb audio system, making it a popular place to enjoy a break from shopping. The Festival Grand Cinema has 8 screens with about 1,200 seats. The cinema also has a VIP suite with a Hi-Fi grade sound system for those who want to enjoy a bit of luxury. 

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    Festival Walk Hong Kong

    Location: 80 Tat Chee Ave, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

    Open: Daily from 7am to midnight (hours may vary)

    Phone: +852 2844 2222

    Paul Smith | Compulsive Traveller

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