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Langham Place

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Langham Place

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8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong China
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Mong KokMass Transit Railway (MTR)2 min
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Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is a unique fishing village that blends the old and new. The traditional lifestyle shared among fishermen or Tanka people with many antique junks and sampans are juxtaposed against fleets of luxury yachts and towering skyscrapers. The typhoon shelter is also home to many intangible cultural heritage, all being traces of the humble beginnings of Hong Kong when it was still a small fishing village.<br><br>Let us bring you back in time as you hop onboard our unique sampan boats, we will cruise through 13 different local landmarks around the charming Aberdeen fishing village. While cruising, try immerse yourself in the area’s rich culture and history, through our exquisitely designed audio guide, where you will listen to folk-tales, lullabies and narratives of the area. If you’re lucky, you may be able to witness traditional dragon boat trainings or live fish trade in action!
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Ryan Mo wrote a review May 2020
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This is a place Kowloon, the shopping mall is very tall, and the hotel is nearby. The location of lamham is very convincing
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Date of experience: May 2020
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BradJill wrote a review Mar 2020
Hong Kong, China130,706 contributions23,155 helpful votes
Langham Place (LP) is the largest shopping mall in Mongkok. Located on Portland Street with direct access to the Mong Kong MTR Station, this is a 15 floor (+ 2 basement levels) mall with 17,000 sq metres of shopping space and over 200 shops and eateries. LP tends to be most popular with the younger crowd. The first thing that sticks out when visiting is the 83-metre escalator that takes you to the upper floors. There you discover a peculiar corkscrew shaped floor layout which winds up and down in a circular manner. Some find this confusing and obnoxious compared to traditional shopping mall floor layouts. Others find it quirky and fun, a bit like the retail shops you will find at Langham Place. Where many malls in Hong Kong focus on high-end and luxury brand name retailers, LP tends to stick to the Mongkok vibe and culture, fillings its floors with boutique and youthful shops. Some brand names you will recognise like Marks & Spencer, H&M and the cosmetic brands that line the Level 1 Beauty Avenue. However, there are just as many local and lesser known retailers lining the mall's upper floors. You'll find a similar range of food and drink venues that includes the likes of Starbucks and McDonalds, local favourites Honeymoon Dessert and Teawood, mixed with lesser known cafes, coffee shops and top floor bar. Langham Place is linked directly to a five star hotel called Cordis where you can find finer dining options and a good lobby bar. There is also a Jason's Marketplace and Cinema at the mall. Lastly, worth note that LP often puts on interesting holiday and seasonal festival installations in the main foyer, particularly around Chinese New Year. These are often creative and offer a bit of fun for families with children.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DaBe95 wrote a review Jan 2020
South River, New Jersey62 contributions20 helpful votes
This mall is located in Kowloon, and it's easily accessible by MTR. Get ready for really long escalators. Love this place.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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butterflydiva7 wrote a review Jan 2020
Wexford, Ireland199 contributions49 helpful votes
This shopping mall was attached to the hotel we stayed in whilst visiting Hong Kong The MTR station is on the lowest level of the mall It houses many shops and restaurants Great place to visit
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Stewarts Vacation wrote a review Nov 2019
308 contributions27 helpful votes
Our hotel ran a shuttle bus to and from this mall every 20 minutes so we visited a couple times to eat. The multilevel (13 floors for retail) shopping complex is a maze of escalators, some really long and steep, and levels with a range of stores, selling clothes, cosmetics, food, toys, electronics, etc. The ceiling is designed to imitate the sky so that the restaurant/bar on the top level appears outdoors! It was very interesting to wander around this mall, but difficult to find places a) because it is so big and b) because of the layout. It is well worth a visit. Right next to the Mongkok station.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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