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Festival Walk - A perfect alternative to Hong Kong's upscale malls

Festival Walk Hong KongFestival Walk is an upmarket shopping centre in Kowloon Tong.  It was established in November 1998 and is considered as one of the biggest malls in Hong Kong.

Located in Yau Yat Chuen, Festival Walk is adjacent to the Kowloon Tong Railway Station. The City University of Hong Kong is also nearby.

The mall is home to some 200 shops: a good mix of affordable shops, top international retailers and high end brand names. There is also a total of 27 restaurants, a multiplex cinema and an ice rink. The car park can accommodate 830 vehicles. Below are some of the shops in Festival Walk.

Flagship Stores
Broadway, Fortress, H&M, Page One, Marks and Spencers, Toys R Us, Hong Kong Records

Fashion

Calvin Klein, French Connection, Hollister, H&M, Juicy Couture, MANGO, Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfigier, Vivienne Westwood

Shoes and Bags
COACH, DKNY, Guess, Kinji, Links of London, Montblanc, Rockport, Tie Rack

Jewelery
Accessorize, Georg Jensen, Swatch, Tic Tac Time

Electronics
Broadway, Fortress, Oregon Scientific

Restaurants
Cafe De Coral, Rice Paper, Itmae-Sushi, EXP, Dan Ryan's Amaroni's Little Italy, House of Canton, Pacific Coffee, Godiva, McDonalds, KFC and Ben and Jerry’s.

Festival Walk also claims to be an environment-friendly mall. It is equipped with a waste management system for the food service outlets within the complex. It also employs an organic food digester which accelerates the decomposition of food waste into waste water and some food residue which is discharged normally into the sewerage system. The developers also installed a water-cooled air-conditioning system in 2002 which immensely improved the mall's energy-efficiency.

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