- Landmark Mall, HK.
- Harbour City Mall, HK.
- Citygate Outlets, HK.
- Venetian, Macau.
- SEG Electronics, Shenzhen.
- Super Brand Mall, Shanghai.
- Oriental Plaza Mall (Beifang Xintiandi, Beijing)
- Yintai Center, Beijing.
China has been having a mall construction boom. According to the CBRE research group, in 2013 the Chinese built half of the brand new mall space in the world, but there was a 30 percent vacancy in malls in 2014.
- More new mall space (2.9 sq km) is being built in Chengdu than in 89 Western European cities combined.
- Hong Kong is the premier shopping destination in China. China’s best malls include four in HK.
1. New Century Global Center, Chengdu
- Features: THE BIGGEST MALL IN THE WORLD (and BIGGEST BUILDING!), water park, IMAX theater, 2,000 hotel rooms, 16 million square feet (150 hectares)
- It is designed to be a self-contained town. It includes an indoor beach area that is more than a kilometer long. It is twice the size of both the previous mall record holder in Dubai and the biggest mall in Guangdong called the New South China Mall.
- Transport: Line 1 to Century City, the most southerly stop
- Location: Chengdu, China
2. IFC Mall, Hong Kong
- Features: scenery, world’s best transport, world’s top restaurants; Four MTR Lines meet underneath; 200 boutiques and stores
- Products: luxury fashion, jewelry, watches, electronics
- The IFC shopping mall in the IFC Towers is the best luxury mall in China for tourists wanting to enjoy luxury shopping complemented by its views, fine dining, and convenient location.
- Transport: MTR Hong Kong Station or Central Station
- Location: IFC mall
3. Landmark Mall, HK
Landmark is a commercial complex owned by Hongkong Land in Central, Hong Kong. The complex consists of three office towers, namely Gloucester Tower, Edinburgh Tower, and York House. Its retail podium, Landmark Atrium, forms the core component of the shopping mall LANDMARK.
- Features: top fashion mall in Hong Kong
- Products: luxury fashion
- In the Landmark Mall and three other interlinked buildings, you’ll find the world’s best women’s luxury brands: Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Polo, Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith, Vivienne Tam, and many others.
- Transport: MTR Central Station
- Location: 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong.
4. Harbour City Mall, HK
- Features: Hong Kong’s biggest mall, 2 million square feet (18 hectares), 700 shops, middle-priced restaurants, central location
- Products: clothing, electronics, consumer products
- While exploring the expansive Harbour City Mall that takes up city blocks under one roof, you’ll find that here are closeup views of the harbor and the large ships that dock by it. It is the most popular mall in China in terms of sales.
- Transport: MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station or Star Ferry
- Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
5. Venetian, Macau
- Features: indoor Venice canal reconstruction, 1 million square feet (9 hectares), 350 shops, many restaurants, and amusements
- Products: luxury novelties, jewelry, gold and silver, and fashion
- The Grand Canal in the Venetian is a place for more than shopping. Walking around inside is entertaining. The changing sky scenery makes it look realistic. You can take pictures of yourself and your companions that look like you were in Venice.
- The Venetian is the biggest casino in the world. One of the draws is duty-free shopping.
Published by: Antika