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Bus Stop Location
Atrium A, G Floor
Ticket Counter & Reception
Restricted Zone, G Floor
Area 7, G Floor (Next to Taxi stand)
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Approx. 1 min
SOGO Hong Kong Company Limited(or "SOGO") is the largest Japanese-style department store in Hong Kong and represents one of the major shopping landmarks for both local Hong Kong people and international tourists. Since its' commencement of operations in 1985, SOGO has striven to deliver its' mission of servicing and enhancing the daily lifestyles of our customers and their families.
Approx. 3 min
Hysan Place is an oasis of natural light, lush greenery, high ceilings and open storefronts in the heart of hectic Causeway Bay. It has direct access to the MTR station and, more importantly for shoppers, 17 floors of hip, fun and sought-after international brands. Nearly 120 shops take you on a journey from fashion and beauty to lifestyle and culture, with many brands making a debut in Hong Kong, such as the first Eslite Bookstore outside Taiwan.
Approx. 5 min
People come from far and wide to shop in Causeway Bay, and they’ll rarely leave without setting foot inside its grand prize — Times Square. Directly connected to MTR Causeway Bay Station, the district’s largest shopping mall has 230 stores spanning mid-price to luxury fashion and accessories, electronics and toys, department stores, a supermarket, an integrated wellness destination and over 20 restaurants dishing out top-grade Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Western fare. You can easily recognise the mall by the elaborate displays and photogenic installations at its entrance, especially during festivals and other celebrations.
Approx. 5 min
An oasis of calm in bustling Causeway Bay, Victoria Park is also a hotspot for sunrise tai chi, glowing lantern displays in the autumn and flower markets for Chinese New Year.
Ngo Keng Kiu
Approx. 10 min
Canal Road Flyover is commonly known as Ngo Keng Kiu. The area underneath the Flyover at the junction of Canal Road West and Hennessy Road is famous for “Petty Person Beating”, a local practice. It is said that “Petty Person Beating” helps driving away ill luck and welcoming good fortune. The practice of each “Petty Person Beating” practitioner is slightly different, but most would ask the name of the client and the particular objective of beating. Practitioners would write them down on a piece of “petty person paper”, place the paper on a brick and the beat it with an old shoe while chanting specific words. People would also make sacrifice to Bai Hu (white tiger) during Insects Awakening. Practitioners would seal the paper tiger’s mouth by smearing a greasy pork over it so as to avoid gossip and rumours.
Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
Approx. 10 min
Famed for its delicious seafood and being located in the periphery of the Victoria Harbour, Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter that offers amazing sunset view with high-rise buildings on Hong Kong Island and Tsim Sha Tsui as backdrop is one of the well-known spots for photo lovers. Being the first typhoon shelter in Hong Kong, Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter is where the boat people dock their boats and rest. Today, it is also a popular tourist spot that offers various kinds of typhoon shelter-type seafood in a distinctive fishing village atmosphere. The typhoon shelter is easily accessible as well.