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Review of "The Landmark, Hong Kong"

published 07/07/2006 | candice830
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Pro all-in-one-place, no need to worry about the rain~~
Cons mostly are expensive labeled shops
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"the shopping heaven in the shopping paradise!!"

inside landmark

inside landmark

Shopping in Landmark:
The Landmark is famous for its five-level sky-lighted retail atrium. The atrium is filled up with famous international fashion and jewellery brands such as Gucci, Versace, Prada, Loewe, Celine and Tiffany & Co. The newly open flagship outlet of Louis Vuitton would surely attract its followers and become a new tourist attraction. Last year, the Landmark has also enhanced its position in the high-class market by including the first ever Asia Harvey Nichols under its "collection". Although the Hong Kong Harvey Nichols cannot be compared with the London one, so don't expect too much from it. But it would still be worth having a look especially during the sale season, you might find something you love in a much lower price than in London.
Eating in Landmark:
The Landmark Café (as in the picture) is an open area café which is often visited by Hong Kong celebrities. With the cosy environment it is the ideal place to take a rest from your shopping trip.
Location and Transportation:
The Landmark is located at the heart of Central so it's very easy to reach. Take the MTR and take off in Central station, search for the Landmark exit (it got its own exit but unfortunately I couldn't remember the exact alphabet, but I guaranteed that you could find it effortlessly) and the exit is connected to the basement of Landmark directly.
Other shopping destinations nearby:
The Landmark is connected to other buildings by a pedestrian bridge network (composed of pedestrian overhead bridges). Other shops like D&G and the 3-levels flagship outlet of Armani could be easily reached, as they are just one bridge away from the Landmark.
If you want to continue your shopping trip, you could go further away to the IFC II (International Finance Center II). This would be a 5- to10-minute walk from the Landmark. You could follow the signs (of IFC or Star Ferry) and walk towards to Victoria Harbour side (North). IFC has shops of different range like Zara, Mango, Hugo Boss, Lane Crawford, Agnes b etc.
The cinema in IFC, called the Palace IFC is also recommended if you would like to watch a movie. It mainly shows Western movies and every now and then it will show old Western movies as well. The ticket price would be around HK$60 which is around £4 to £5 so it's a really good value for money.
The Landmark
11 Pedder Street,
A little note: the Hong Kong sales season is very long, normally it goes from early/mid June to end of July, early December to end of Jan/early Feb and there are many random mid season sales too.. so look out for them as normally they can go from 50% off to 70% off.

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  • Delicate_Orchid published 16/07/2006
    If I ever visit Hong Kong, I'll make sure to visit. x
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City: Hong Kong

Type: Landmark

Country: China

Continent: Asia


Listed on Ciao since: 07/07/2006