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Festival Walk is good for
- Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
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Why Festival Walk is special ?
What to explore at Festival Walk?
Walking will certainly be on the agenda if you’re to cover all ends of this large mall that’s beautifully bathed in natural light and offers a good mix of high street to high-end fashion brands.
Shopping ranges from mid-range to high-end and includes brands such as Francfranc, agnès b flagship store, ck Calvin Klein, Hollister Co, Juicy Couture, and ARTĒ MADRID. The 200 retail and restaurant outlets are also complemented by one of the city’s largest ice rinks and a multi-screen cinema.
The mall is linked to the MTR Kowloon Tong Station.
Exclusive for visitors
Visitors can present their passports at the Customer Service Desk on level LG2 or UG to get a Festival Walk Tourist Passport and start enjoying exclusive offers from over 100 international brands!
How to get to Festival Walk?
Offering direct access to public and private transport. The MTR Kwun Tong Line and East Rail Line are both connected to the complex, with direct air-conditioned pedestrian access (take Exit 'C' at MTR Kowloon Tong station).
Buses are available at Festival Walk terminus and Kowloon Tong MTR station
If approaching by private car, Festival Walk is best accessed via Waterloo Road. From Waterloo Road, car drivers should follow Cornwall Street to Tat Chee Avenue, where Festival Walk is located across from the City University of Hong Kong.
- Upscale shopping center
- Busy but good shopping mall
- Convenient for a quick shopping
- Good shopping and food
- Convenient, lots of options and restaurants
80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, China
Tips for you
After reading reviews that this mall was one of the better malls for the average working citizen I thought this would be a good mall for me.I am sad to say that Obviously where I come from - South Africa we are peasants as this mall was very high end.It was riddled with expensive jewelry shops and high end fashion shops.I simply wanted a non branded cotton t.shirt.This was certainly not going to be found in this mall.There was however a Toys R Us on the very toy level. The prices were on par with what we pay back home.I ate at the restaurant next to the ice rink. The food was fabulous and had a peppermint iced coffee. Simply Devine.In another review I did read that you can hire locker at the movies - but you would not need to do this as it was too expensive to buy anything so you would certainly not need to store it!I would only recommend this mall if you have very long and deep pockets.
I visited several malls in HK and this one was probably my favourite. They have some high end stores, but it's not crazy like Harbour City/Elements/etc. where you feel like things are way too expensive. The place is spacious and relatively less-crowded than malls closer to downtown.Stores include Cole Haan, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Camper, Agnes B, Paul Smith, Log-On (one of my favourites! Huge variety of cosmetics, accessories, stationary, home ware to buy at reasonable prices), Coach, etc. There are also a number of children's wear places, a big bookshop (with English books), Taste supermarket (a bit pricey, but convenient and their sushi is pretty fresh and yummy), a skating rink, and an AMC theatre (be warned, there are not always English subtitles). Food court has cheap options for Asian food and SimplyLife is a great place for a healthy lunch or all-day breakfast.Check out the beautiful Lunar New Year displays!
This shopping mall, though not in the center of HK or Kowloon offers a good variety for shopping and several restaurants and a food court. Easy reach with the MTR at Kowloon Tong Station