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Shopping Centres

Horizon Plaza

Horizon Plaza in Lee Nam Industrial Area is a hub of international brands. It is most famous for discount outlets of famous labels and stores, such as Lane Crawford, I.T. and Joyce, which attract fashion aficionados in their thousands. Apart from fashion goods, you can also find furniture shops with a wide range of stylish home items. The 28-storey Horizon Plaza houses many shops and outlets, and your shopping spree may be quite tiring. Luckily there are restaurants and alfresco cafes where you can sit for a while before the next round of bargain hunting.

Address : 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau





The Arcade, Cyberport

The Arcade, Cyberport (The Arcade) is a fine shopping centre in the Southern District for exclusive goods. With many leading labels adding presence, it is one of the few shopping centres on Hong Kong Island with famous brand fashion outlets. World brands on offer include Daniela Cardia, Fraccari, Gianmarco Lorenzi, Missoni and many others. There is also a great choice of restaurants which serve Chinese, western, Japanese, Italian and French cuisines. For a change of mood, visit the designer boutique and toy shops, art gallery and book shop. Besides, the beauty and massage parlour offers superb personal care services to relax body and mind. On the ground level is Broadway Cinema which shows the latest film releases. The Arcade is particularly suitable for couples planning their weddings, for there are wedding venue and wedding gown hiring services. As Hong Kong's creative digital community, Cyberport has incorporated high-tech concepts into its shopping arcade. The architectural design is unique and novel, featuring natural stones to create pure and elegant community space. The stress is on the blend of nature and technology. The result is a pleasant environment that sweeps away all the weariness of city life.

For a breath of fresh air, take a walk on the promenade outside The Arcade. Far away from the crowds and city bustle, the 50,000m2 Cyberport's Waterfront Park is perfect leisure destination for the whole family. The promenade is landscaped with lush green grass. The seaview is simply spectacular, making it a lovers' choice for watching the sunset or taking photographs. The park is also the biggest outdoor venue where dogs are welcome. Visitors can bring their "best friends" here for walks and fun.

The Arcade has just launched the 46,000sq ft. Cyberport DigiPlayground, the first digital playground in Asia that features the Internet, playground and learning venues. Located on the scenic promenade, it has three facilities set on the lawn: SmartUs game unit, Spin Wheel and two Football Cages.

SmartUs comprises the iStation control panel, iGrid game floor mat and iPost game post. The control panel is a central computer running a series of sports games, contests and learning experiences that challenge players' activity and muscle control power, hand-and-eye coordination, communication power, memory, strategies application and maths ability. Visitors can get an iCard from the Customer Service Counter at the Arcade for playing the games.

Spin Wheel is good training for balancing power. Panna the round football cages from South America is about 6 metres in diameter. It tests players' power of body control and coordination. Both are thrilling challenges that kids will love.

Interactive games are open to the public free of charge from 7am to 11pm daily. The whole family can spend a pleasurable day at DigiPlayground.

For further details of The Arcade and the latest events, click into http://arcade.cyberport.hk/?l=en-us

Address: The Arcade, Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong


Aberdeen Centre Site 2

Conveniently served by public transport, Aberdeen is a consumer hub of the Southern District. The three-storey Site 2 of Aberdeen Centre is a theme shopping centre with the greatest shopper traffic, widest shop portfolio and biggest number of shops. Here you will find retail shops selling young fashion, computer supplies, electronic communication and AV products. With big names like Fortress, Tom Lee, Jumpin Gym and Toys R Us establishing outlets, the shopping centre now offers even greater variety.

Address: 7-11 Nam Ning Street, Aberdeen