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Why Elements (Mall) is special ?
What to explore at Elements (Mall)?
You can take a break from shopping with some alfresco dining at Civic Square, which has a choice of seven types of cuisine from around the world. The mall is also linked to the International Commerce Centre – the city’s tallest building – where you can whizz up to sky100 for a breathtaking view of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
Female shoppers are pampered with washrooms featuring waiting areas with magazines (for their male companions) which are replenished with fine fragrances and cosmetics, while male washrooms are bedecked with aftershave and electronic shavers. Anchor stores include a giant Metro Books and ThreeSixty, Hong Kong’s largest organic and natural supermarket.
How to get to Elements (Mall)?
MTR Kowloon Station, Exit C
MTR Austin Station, Exit B5. Walk for approximately five minutes.
ELEMENTS is served by buses 8, 11, 215X, 203E and 270A; and minibuses 26, 74 and 77M.
- Upscale mall with something for everyone
- Wonderful mall
- All the 'Elements' of a Great Mall!
- Spacious mall with special decorations
- Good Place to spend time
1 Austin Road West Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong
Tips for you
I really like it here...Not too many people...High end brands...Many stores to sight see... Still need to add some more brands I think...Very friendly concierge staff... And mall's map that's very easy to understand...
Well...that's part of the HK allure...shops, shops and more shops. Although it is your typical gigantic mall with designer stores, cinemas and fancy restaurants (and an ice skating rink to boot), the advantage of this mall is for tourists to "kill time" on the way to the airport, as the mall is at the Kowloon Station where you can already check in your baggages of up to 24 hours prior to your flight time, and simply window shop before heading to the airport via Airport Express.See you in the next "in" mall in HK.
I agree that this mall is really nothing special unless you're an avid shopping. However, this mall had some variety in dining and my family and I ate a Japanese restaurant called Don Don Ya. Very good and authentic Japanese cuisine.