Walking along the Great George Street from The Ins Square, you'll reach the famous Japanese department store, the Jumbo Sogo.
From the basement to the top floor, it has a total of 13 floors. Merchandise ranges from men's and women's clothing, cosmetics, jewellery, watches, sports gear, baby and toddler's clothings, toys, home decoration, books and magazines, electronics, a Japanese style supermarket to Japanese style restaurants, it's really shop till u drop!
Apart from Sogo, Times Square is another gigantic mall in Causeway Bay!
It was once a tram depot. Since Times Square opened here in 1994, the shopping zone of Causeway Bay has instantly grown, and Times Square became another focal point of Causeway Bay.
With 14 floors, each floor of Times Square has its own topic, such as the shops on the 4th floor which specialize in Ladies Clothing, and the 5th floor for the young and casual wear etc.
Fashion Walk - Fashion Island
Located around the corner of Great George Street and Patterson Street is the Fashion Walk, which was occupied by the former Japanese department store Daimaru. Nowadays, the shops here maily sell high-end clothing
World Trade Centre
This is not a big shopping centre, with some clothing shops, Japanese and Western style restaurants. On the fifth floor is a giant TV game entertainment centre.
The Jardines Noonday Gun
From the early colonial days of 19th Century, the Jardines Noonday Gun was fired at noon, and this tradition is still carried on.
Nowadays, any individuals or organisation who donate an agreed sum to the Community Chest of Hong Kong can fire the Noonday Gun.
Lee Gardens, Lee Gardens Two
These two shopping centres have a collection of top brand shops. Such as Bally, Cartier, Chanel, Christian Dior, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, The LS Collection, Prada, Swarovski and Tiffany's etc.