Times Square - Hongkong
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Directions to Times Square
At the heart of Causeway Bay, locals and tourists come yearly to Times Square to celebrate the New Year. However, even if it is not New Year’s Eve, this place is still busy and crowded.
Times Square has 16 floors holding 230 shops. Most of the shops here are European, American and Japanese. Times Square is a break from high-class shops in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon because shops here are mostly mid-range. Same with other supermalls, all kinds of products are available here whether you’re looking for clothing, electronics, or toys.
There is a cinema and many restaurants in the shopping mall as well. Restaurants here are some of the best in the city, offering Shanghainese cuisine, Japanese cuisine, and other international cuisines.
Travel Information: Opening hours: 10am-10pm daily
How to get there: Take MTR (Island Line) to Causeway Bay station, Exit A.
Should you choose to stay near this mall, various accommodations can be found in Causeway Bay.
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