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Fashion Walk

Causeway Bay, Great George Street, Paterson Street, Cleveland Street and Kingston Street
1) Take bus no.15B, and get off at the Paterson Street bus stop; 2) Causeway Bay MTR Station – Exit E
Causeway Bay is another must-visit destination for visitors to Hong Kong. And there is no better place to spend a pleasant afternoon than at Fashion Walk, a trendy fashion shopping and dining fusion of indoor and outdoor elements at the heart of Causeway Bay, enveloped by four vibrant streets – Great George, Paterson, Kingston and Cleveland. The distinctively buzzy area is popular with trendy millennials and fashionistas as it offers the latest trends in fashion, gastronomy and lifestyle in an urban-cool setting. Fashion Walk was named“Hong Kong's Smart Fashion Destination” by USA Today in July 2015.
It's time to do some shopping – and you should begin by checking out the several sportswear outlets. First stop is Puma Flagship Store. This household brand evokes image of bold sportswear products, as reflected by its store decor. Catch the latest shoes and the Fall fashionwear as you admire its display. (Shop F, G/F and 1/F, 9 Kingston Street)
The new adidas Sport Performance Flagship Store is a sight to behold. The store boasts the company's first fitness hub in Hong Kong, with a retail area spanning two floors. It also carries a comprehensive range of Sports Performance products.(2-20 Paterson Street)
Next you must visit Reebok Classic, which provides a different shopping experience. The Reebok Classic Store at Fashion Walk revisits classic Reebok models that have helped make sneakers a global fashion statement. The store decor alone is worth visiting with oversize posters of basketball stars including Allen Iverson and Shaquille O'Neal, among others. (Shop B, G/F, 1-3 Cleveland Street)
There are so many chic shops to visit that we suggest you just stroll around the blocks and pop into any store that strikes your fancy – perhaps the Japanese designer stores such as Y-3, Y's, Studious and Tsumori Chisato; or the H&M flagship store; or trendy designer shops such as Francfranc, Hysteric Glamour or Log-On, among many.
Time flies when you are having fun shopping or just taking in all the sights and sounds of Fashion Walk. But it's time for nourishment again. Try the Café Matchbox. This café harks back to the Hong Kong of the 1970s. The artfully decorated outlet restores to life the “Bing Sutt” , Hong Kong's own idyllic local café style, with 1970s-style setting. Among customers' favourite choices are the piping hot Chicken Pot Pie and the refreshing Banana Hot Cakes.(Shop C&D, G/F, 57 Paterson Street)
If dessert is your thing for an afternoon treat, then stop by Lady M. This New York patisserie, which opened its first Hong Kong boutique serving confectioneries and dine-in savory dishes at Fashion Walk, has become a hot item among Mainland Chinese tourists eager to try out its exquisite selection of cakes. (Shop C, G/F, 1-3 Cleveland Street)
You deserve a cold beer for all that walking and strolling in the afternoon. A perfect venue to unwind at is COEDO Taproom, a Japanese-style pub offering COEDO artisan beers made from natural wheat and crystal-clear water. The pub's artisan technique was learned directly from an authentic Braumeister. (Shop C, G/F, 50-56 Paterson Street)
Food Street is arguably Hong Kong's first food street concept before it became popular. Go check it out! Food Street features a wide selection for local, regional and international cuisine along Gloucester Road, Cleveland Street and Houston Street. The choices range from Simplylife Bakery Cafe, to Minh & Kok to Burgeroom and Marbling – pop in and treat yourself to whatever strikes your fancy.



Day 9:30am to 1pm: The Peak Galleria
Night 6pm to 11pm: Grand Plaza, Hollywood Plaza & Gala Place
(Edited on 7 Nov 2017)


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