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Festival Walk, Hong Kong Overview

Located in the heart of Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong, Festival Walk is an elegantly designed shopping mall that offers its shoppers a unique and relaxing atmosphere combined with innovation, originality, and pleasure. A smart use of natural light and open space, Festival Walk Shopping Mall serves one of kind experience to its visitors that is spread across an area of 980,000 square meters with about 200 shops and outlets, more than 30 restaurants, Hong Kong’s largest Ice rink and near to 220,000 square feet area of office space.

One can shop for fashion clothing, books, health accessories, electronics, groceries, home accessories, and furniture, etc. at the Festival Walk, which is subdivided into seven levels of floor plan. One can never run out of options here at the mall which serves as an excellent entertainment venue accommodating a multi-screen cinema, food court, fun zone and Hong Kong’s only indoor ice skating rink. Broadway Electronics and Hong Kong Records are amongst the major players of Hong Kong’s most popular flagship stores here in Festival Walk.

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Shopping at Festival Walk

Festival Walk Hong Kong covers about seven floors of retail stores that is home to some of the major international as well as up-market brands. Shopaholics can treat themselves with some retail therapy and enjoy purchasing from about 200 stores and outlets from high-end fashion-clothing and beauty products to books, home accessories, electronic gadgets, shoes, bags, jewelry, etc. 

Few of Hong Kong’s most popular flagship stores like Broadway electronics, Hong Kong Records, Page one, Toys R Us, Fortress, etc. draws the mass market audience of local visitors as well as the tourists along with some major international retailers like H&M, Marks and Spencer.

Some of the major international fashion brands like Vivienne Westwood, Calvin Klien, Hollister, Kate Spade, Paul Smith, Ted Baker are just six of two dozen upmarket brands that harbor at Festival Walk. Various accessories, health and beauty and jewelry stores like COACH, DKNY, Montblanc, Guess, DIOR, Bobby Brown, Clarins, Lancome, Shiseido, Accessorize, Swatch, Tic Tac Time – join the other retail outlet's habitation at the Festival Walk.

Restaurants and Food Court

Dining at Hong Kong’s Festival Walk covers every base, from coffee and breakfast, to Asian and International cuisine menu. The seven floors of Festival Walk shelters more than 30 food outlets including various coffee lounges, fast food outlets, fine dining, and other restaurants.  

Some of the famous restaurants include House of Canton and EXP for mouthwatering Asian cuisines, Dan Ryan’s Grills and Amaroni’s Little Italy for western cuisines like Pizzas, burgers and grilled fast food items. The avenues of Festival Walk also accommodates a multi-cuisine food court in its structure along with some other cafes and fine dining restaurants like Café De Coral, Pacific Coffee, Starbucks, Rice Pepper, Gyu-Kaku, Mad for Garlic. You can also take home some of the world’s fine Wine from the beautiful collection of Enoteca Wine Shop at the mall.


The mall encloses a multi-screen Cineplex with state-of-the-art Audio–Visual system named Festival Grand Cinema that features 8 wide High definition cine screens and around 1,200 seats to accommodate its visitors. Festival Walk is also home to Hong Kong’s one and only largest indoor ice skating rink called Glacier, on the UG level of the mall. One can indulge in this fun activity for HKD 55 for a single session between its operating hours from Monday to Sunday at 10:30 AM to 9:00 PM.

Festival Walk also pampers its visitors with regular conduction of events and special promotions throughout the year on holidays and weekends.


1. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes to brace yourself for walking into the various stores of the mall.
2. Avoid visiting the mall during peak hours after 3:00 PM. Try to arrive early to stroll comfortably across the mall.
3. Festival Walk provides 3 hours of free – wifi service to all its visitors per day. 
4. Visitors from abroad can present their Passports at the Customer service desk on Level LG2 or UG to acquire a Festival Walk Tourist Passport, and hence, avail exclusive discounts and offers on various stores across the mall. 

How To Reach Festival Walk

The best feature of Festival Walk is its direct connectivity to its underground railway station Kowloon Tong station which acts as a connecting link between the Kwun Tong Line and East Rail Line. The Shopping Mall is situated right above the exits of the Kowloon Tong station subway, and hence, is situated about half a minute walk from there. 

One can also travel via bus, taxi or private car to the Festival Walk at very convenient fare rates from around the corners of the city. It is located on the 80 Tat Chee Avenue at Kowloon Tong Street, in Kowloon district of Hong Kong. If traveling via taxi or a private car, take the Waterloo-road to head to Tat Chee Avenue via Cornwall Street to reach Festival Walk.

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