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Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay is Hong Kong's most dynamic district, with most middle to high class shops and restaurants. This district is renowned for its numerous Hong Kong style and Japanese style shopping malls.

To shop and indulge in Causeway Bay, you may start from Windsor House from the east (close to Victoria Park), and stop at Times Square on the west. Along this route, you can find Fashion Island, World Trade Centre, Sogo, Causeway Bay Plaza, Mitsukoshi, Jardine's Cresent and Lee Gardens.

Most of the shops in Causeway Bay start trading from 11am or noon, and close at 10pm or 11pm.

The In Square, Windsor House
The basement of The In Square is the high-end Seibu department store and a big super-market.

The 1st floor is the cinema and HMV, which is famous for the great collection of CDs, VCDs and DVDs.

The 2nd and 3rd floors are shops for babies and toddlers, like clothing, and there's a Toys R Us on the 3rd floor.

From the 10th to 12th floors are computer shops, the products here are more high-end (unlike the computer malls in Wan Chai, Sham Shui Po or Mong Kok), such as laptops, Palms and Macintoshs.

Hang Lung Centre
This centre has a few clothing shops, a Japanese restaurant, electronics shop and home decoration shop.

 

 
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