This is always a busy shopping mall located in city Center and a bustling place filled with people from parts of the world
The next time I came to Hong Kong, I was living near Causeway Bay. Of course, there were new Happy Tea under various luxury brands in Times Square. There were also busy cars returning to the Mainland. I often saw that Sir was not blowing in patrolling the first city of public order.
Hong Kong's Times Square has two meanings. One refers to the shopping mall at the subway entrance. Gucci, Audi and others have branches and luxury style here. There is also an open space outside the shopping mall facing Russell Street. There are always different exhibitions held free of charge. Bell Tower is one of its symbols.
A festive place to ring in the new years. At other times, this is a fantastic mall that is easy to get to, easy to navigate once inside, and easy to spend too much time while there. Besides the stores that range from high street (mainstream familiar brands) to high end (couture fashion houses), the food offerings are fantastic with similar range (fast/chains to cuisine). A must mention is also the ever changing center atrium interactive exhibits. At presstime on 1/1/12, Barbie's dream world is being featured. For Halloween, 2012, it is Frankenweenie.
Hong Kong's Times Square is just like NYC's Time Square. VERY CROWDED and PACKED with enthusiastic and fascinated tourists, travelers, shoppers, and bloggers! There are many shops on the streets with HUGE billboards/ ads everywhere! Also, there's the famous, upscale department store Lane Crawford consisting of many high-end brands, and there are various fancy and delicious restaurants in the area!
The anticipation while waiting for them to construct this Lego display for the holidays was unnerving! I was so excited to walk around and take pictures. I wouldn't say it's one of the top sights to see but definitely worth walking through if you're around the area during the holidays.They really do a great job with the displays.