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If you are a Line Friends fan just like me then be sure to visit this shopping mall as they have a Line Friends shop here! Also if you like lego they have a store here as well. The long escalator is also one of...More
We're not into shopping but we tend to drop into shopping centres to cool down, have bit to eat or find a clean toilet! But Langham Place is a place worth dropping into to check out their huge atrium feature and their super long esclators....More
Was there on a rainy afternoon to hide from the rain. The mall was very crowded. We took the esclator to the food floor and had lunch at the food court. There were many choices, Oh my Goose!, korean, thai, cocoichibanya, steamed baos restaurant, etc....More
We stayed at the Cordis hotel that is attached to the mall via a skyway bridge. The mall is very large and has a lot of food and retail options. It also has one of the longest indoor escalators in the world.
We liked being...More
This mall is definitely for the foodie & the person who likes quirky things! Great place to maybe finds gifts for friends or to enjoy a good meal! I ate at Teawood which is super popular, the food was amazing! It has the longest escalator...More
We stayed at Cordis, and reaching Langham Place from the MTR was like an oasis, which meant home, after a hectic day out in HK. McDonald's was our most popular joint, and Market Place by Jasons had everything we needed for our stay. Discovered the...More
This Mall is amazing, I can't remember how many floor there are, (I think about 12) but there is every type of shop you could imagine - from McDonalds to Lifestyle shops to a Cinema. Lots of Restaurants to choose from and I would recommend...More
While it is definitely a large mall, how much and far can your eyes roves and window shop? Can your feet take it?
Most of the shops slowly open after 11pm, but I felt it would be better that you come about 12 noon (as...More
Very crowded mall filled with shops and nice restaurants. We went to a Szechuan restaurant at level 12 and have to go through two long escalators.
Architecture is interesting especially how each level is designed and the long never ending escalators are unique as well...More
A really great place, especially for eating & supermarkets. It adjoins the Cordis Hotel & the Mongkok MTR. We often had breakfast there. Passion, Starbucks & Marks & Spencers were very reasonably priced for great coffees & meals. Look out for meal deals, some of...More
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.