Elements shopping mall in Western Kowloon offers over 1,000,000 square feet of space and is divided into 5 zones relating to the 5 Chinese elements: fire, water, earth, wood and metal. Each zone is decorated with its own style and has its own art piece.
Boasting a fantastic range of sought after brands, tonnes of dining options, an ice rink and a 1,600 capacity cinema (currently the largest movie theatre in Hong Kong), you are sure to find something to entertain everyone in your brood… or at the very least, find things to spend all your money on.
Elements Kowloon is very easy to reach and is situated right above the Kowloon MTR station close to Union Square and the Western Harbour Tunnel. You can also arrive via the Cross Harbour Tunnel bus and by a multitude of buses heading to Kowloon Station.
Complimentary valet parking is available Monday to Friday, although a minimum spend in store applies, valet parking is accessed at Level One South. Locals recommend going via taxi to save time if you’re heading there from Hong Kong.
…visit the concierge to borrow a baby stroller!
Dining at Elements Kowloon is a pretty impressive experience with most outlets offering stunning harbour views via floor to ceiling windows. Choices are varied and there is plenty to keep most budgets and palates happy. There is cuisines from most countries around the world and restaurants that turn into bars in the latter part of the evening. But if you are with your family, your best bet is to visit some of the more traditional Chinese style establishments – because who doesn’t love dumplings?!?!
And this even extends to the baby change rooms!
Located on 1/F Water Zone and 2/F Fire Zone, there are several stations stocked with wet wipes, baby lotion, plastic bags, individual sinks and disposable liners. There are also private feeding rooms with a wall of magazines to choose from to keep you occupied while you feed!
There is also a bottle warmer and a baby scale!
Female shoppers are pampered with washrooms featuring waiting areas with magazines (for their male companions) which are replenished with fine fragrances and cosmetics, while male washrooms are bedecked with aftershave and electronic shavers.
Baby change table
Potty training toilet
Private feeding area
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