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Citywalk - The First Green Shopping Mall in Hong Kong

Citywalk - Tsuen Wan, Hong KongCitywalk is one of the most expansive shopping hubs in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located at Yeung Uk Road, beneath Vision City (residential development) and opposite to Nina Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Hong Kong. It was opened to the public in December 2007.

Dubbed as Hong Kong's first "green" shopping mall, Citywalk integrates technology, art and nature into its design. The mall is comprised of two 3-storey buildings (Citywalk 1 and 2) connected by a pedestrian walkway. Over 350 shops and restaurants are located in the entire mall.

Shops offer a wide variety of merchandise including fashion, accessories, jewelry, beauty, electronics and other items. Popular stores include L’Oreal, The Body Shop, Addidas, Converse, Levi’s, Quicksilver and Uniqlo. Marks & Spencer is the anchor store of the shopping mall. A large number of shops (about 30%) sell well-known Japanese products and brands, making the mall a treasure trove for such merchandise. There are also dining establishments serving a varied selection of food and beverages. The Golden Harvest movie theater is popular among film buffs.

Some of the attractions in Citywalk include the 40,000-square foot Citywalk Piazza, a landscaped open space featuring trees, water features, ponds and vertical gardens. The mall also boast of Hong Kong’s First "ArchiSculpture", an exterior wall featuring more than 1,300 pieces of LED discs.

Citywalk is located at 1 Yeung Uk Rd, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong. It is open from 10am to 10pm daily and can be accessed via the following public transportation:

MTR
West Rail Line: Tsuen Wan West Station
Tsuen Wan Line: Tsuen Wan Station

Bus
KMB: 41M,41P,42M,49X,238M,251M,263M
LWB: R42

Green minibus
NT 87K,89B,95,96

Red minibus
Tsuen Wan - Lei Shue Shue Estate
Tsuen Wan - Jordan Road (via Mong Kok)
Tsuen Wan -> Kwun Tong (need interchange at Tsuen Wan Market Street)

Ferry
Tsuen Wan - Ma Wan (Park Island) (at Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier)

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