Where to shop in Hong Kong? Citygate Outlets Tung Chung!

Have you ever wondered “Where to shop in Hong Kong?” and whether there are outlet malls in Hong Kong? The answer…CITYGATE OUTLETS @ TUNG CHUNG!

 Map of Hong Kong Island
Map of Hong Kong Island

Where to shop in Hong Kong?

If you take a look at this map of Hong Kong, Tung Chung is located at the lower left side of the map and is really close to the Hong Kong International Airport! This is why, Kate arranged for Citygate Outlets to be our first stop in Hong Kong!

 Shopping galore at Citygate Outlets Hong Kong!
Shopping galore at Citygate Outlets Hong Kong!

Citygate Outlets is home to more than 80 international brands that offers 30% to 70% discounts all year round! What’s more, it is also a family friendly destination with restaurants, an outdoor fountain and even a cinema!

 Citygate Outlet's Heart-shaped Ambassador
Citygate Outlet’s Heart-shaped Ambassador

 Endless shopping choices at Citygate Outlet Tung Chung!
Endless shopping choices at Citygate Outlet Tung Chung!

Initially, we thought that the sales must be “so-so” but as we continued to shop, we realised that some of the prices are much better than the country it originated from. But do note that if the prices are good, more likely than not, they would be off-season products.

But hey, if it’s cheap, just buy lah :p (Yes, Kate bought quite a bit)

After all that shopping, you will most certainly be HUNGRY! There is a food court (Food Republic) located at level 2 where you can try some of the Hong Kong delicacies. However, do note that the prices are not exactly cheap and the quality is not like those in the city. Still, it gives you the energy to shop more right?

So our first wanton noodle from Hong Kong was from Citygate Outlets!

 Wanton mee and porridge from this stall at Food Republic Citygate Outlets
Wanton mee and porridge from this stall at Food Republic Citygate Outlets

 Pork and Pork Stomach Congee with Fried Dough Stick (44HKD!!!)
Pork and Pork Stomach Congee with Fried Dough Stick (44HKD!!!)

The noodles were quite normal but we were pleasantly surprised by the “shrimp only” wanton, which we later came to realise is a normal part of Hong Kong dumplings. The congee on the other hand was plain and bland – DONT BUY!

How to get to Citygate Outlets Tung Chung



Map of Citygate Outlets , Tung Chung Hong Kong

It is really quite simple to get to Citygate Outlets Tung Chung from the Hong Kong International Airport. All you have to do is

1. Purchase your Octopus card (150HKD with 100HKD value and 50HKD deposit)

2. Take E21 (costs 14HKD) , S1 or S64. Bus ride takes about 15 minutes.

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Citygate Outlets Tung Chung Hong Kong
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