Monday, November 10, 2008

Shopping In Hong Kong - Citygate Outlets



When comes to shopping in Hong Kong, one must not miss this - The Citygate Outlets in Tung Chung. This is the only shopping arcade that housed most of the major brands outlets. The meaning of Outlet here - you can buy off season stuff or certain latest product at a very good bargain. My Malaysian friend who I met up 2 days ago, told me that the Citygate Outlets really worthwhile to shop, you can get stuff 50% compare to Central.

How to get there? By MTR - take the Orange line, last station Tung Chung. From Hong Kong International Airport - take shuttle bus S56.

Following below I will include some of the brands that can be found here.




I bought a pair of shoes in K-Swiss. It's unique and not easily available back in Malaysia. There's also Sony Outlet that sell some gadgets.







There's Puma, Adidas & Nike Outlets here. Imagine you can buy Nike shoes at HKD200. Adidas & Nike T-Shirts at less than HKD100. So who says shopping in Hong Kong is expensive? You must go to the right place.



Bodyshop - Shower Gel less than HKD30. I did not check much items though but dirt cheap!



Then there's Timberland Outlet. When you visit here, you felt blardy cheated back in Malaysia. And Esprit Outlet here the price are cheaper than you shop in FOS in Malaysia. There's more like Benetton, Armani Exchange, Burberry, Polo Ralph Lauren, etc.













And ladies, there is this too... kekekeke...



Thinking bout migrating? Think Hong Kong!

5 comments:

WanWan said...

thanks for the sharing.... the price u mentioned.. really crazy.. dont feel like buy anything at m'sia already.. hahaha

will dropby this place the next time i go HK... wow.. interesting...

sheryl0202 said...

Thanks for sharing too! I am definitely going...I am going next week!

Michael Song said...

wan wan... must come...

sheryl... good good... i will still b around in HK next week... kekekeke

eve said...

Thank you so much to the info. Am leaving to Hong Kong in two days! I hope i will able to find that place!:)

Michael Song said...

eve... it's very easy to find... just get to Tung Chung MTR station