Harbour City - Hongkong
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Directions to Harbour City
Ocean Terminal and Ocean Centre are the shopping areas. Ocean Terminal features themed shopping in each of its floors, separating the sections for children, sports, and teenagers. Ocean Centre, on the other hand, features a broader mix of brands. On its 4th floor, tourists can view Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline.
There are 2 separate cinemas and more than 50 restaurants offering international cuisines. There are three hotels in the complex as well. Would you believe that a cruise terminal and a ferry terminal to Macau and China also service this shopping complex?
Here is the long list of brands available in Harbour City Complex. Take note that most brands in this list are found either in Ocean Terminal or Ocean Centre, while a few (high end fashion retailers) may be found in the hotels' shopping arcades.
For fashionable clothing: Burberry, Calvin Klein, DAKS, D&G, Diesel, Dolce and Gabbana, Fred Perry, Hugo Boss, Jean Paul Gaultier, Joyce, Kenzo, Lane Crawford, LCX, Levi's, Max Mara, Moschino, Ralph Lauren, Pringle, Replay, Roots, Tommy Hilfigier, Versace, Vivienne Tam.
For fashionable shoes and bags: Alfred Dunhill, Coach, Converse, DKNY Footwear, Dr. Martens, FENDI, Hermes, Hush Puppies, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith, Prada, Sketchers, Versace, Valentino, ZARA
For children's toys: Toys R Us
For first-class jewelries: Chow Tai Fook, Swarovski
For beautifying cosmetics: FACES
For sportswear: Adidas NBA, Birkenstock, GIGASPORTS, Fila, New Balance
For trusty electronics: Broadway, Fortress, SONY
Travel information: Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily
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