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Storefront Guide: Pop-Up Stores in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong’s shopping paradise is one of the best areas to launch a pop-up store. Look at our guide and find the best areas of the district.

Tsim Sha Tsui: a diverse neighborhood

Tsim Sha Tsui, famed as Hong Kong’s shopping and dining paradise, is a popular tourist hotspot. It offers a truly exclusive retail experience. Due to its central location, people come from all over the world to shop and see the sights. From world-renowned luxury boutiques in Heritage 1881 through to outlet shops in Granville Road, from the world’s first ever Art Shopping Mall to Japanese department stores, Tsim Sha Tsui boasts a myriad of shops, hotels and bars. Walk along Canton Road and stroll around huge shopping malls such as Harbour City, one of Hong Kong’s largest malls, luxury shops, restaurants and department stores that attracts tourists, locals and young professionals. Crossed by Nathan Road, one of Hong Kong’s busiest streets, Tsim Sha Tsui is never sleeping.  

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A breeze of fresh air

The Avenue of Stars, a breezy waterside promenade, offers a panoramic view across Victoria Harbour with skyscrapers on the opposite side decorating the city skyline. Every night, a spectacular light and sound show is staged at Victoria Harbour, and the promenade provides the best spot for you to witness more than 40 skyscrapers throwing lights heavenwards and illuminating the night sky. Take a break from the city and walk around Kowloon Park and watch exotic birds fly in the aviary and relax on the grass. Tsim Sha Tsui has bags of character.

Launch a pop-up store in Tsim Sha Tsui

Hip Pop-Up Store in Tsim Sha Tsui

This fashionable 490 sq ft space is located on the first floor of a local style building with an industrial design. The space has a modern interiors and a large glass frontage is ideal to host a Pop-Up Store, or a Product Launch. Learn more…

Prime Mall Pop-Up Shop in TST

Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, this mall with a prestigious address embracing the hub of transportation, this 81 sq ft retail space is now available to rent for Pop-Up Stores, giving you a perfect opportunity to expand your business. Learn more…

Pop-Up Space in Tsim Sha Tsui Mall

This store is located on the second floor of a busy mall in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. This 519 sq ft retail space will make the perfect Pop-Up Store to increase brand awareness and connect with customers. Learn more…

Sublime Tsim Sha Tsui Pop-Up Shop

Located at street level in the bustling Tsim Sha Tsui, this 1,010 sq ft space has plenty of display space. Designed with an impressive amount of glass display counters and shelves, this space is perfect for your next pop-up, especially suitable for a need to display jewelry and small merchandise. Learn more…

Pop-Up Shop in MTR Station

Inside the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, one of the busiest mass transit stations in Hong Kong, this 179 sq ft space will be perfect to launch your next Pop-Up Store and gain exposure with thousands of commuters passing through each day. Learn more…

Pop-Up Shop in Busy TST Mall

Located on the second floor of a prestigious mall in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, this 121 sq ft booth will give your brand the high visibility it deserves. Learn more…

Boutique In Busy Tsim Sha Tsui

Nestled in one of the busiest streets in Tsim Sha Tsui, this well-equipped boutique is the perfect opportunity to boost sales and brand awareness. This modern 1,900 sq ft space is situated on the ground floor of an industrial building, and has a unique color scheme with black-and-white stripped flooring contrasting to the gray walls. Learn more…

Large Pop-Up Store in Busy Tsim Sha Tsui

This 3,040 sq ft space is advantageously located in Tsim Sha Tsui, on the ground floor of an industrial looking building. With its white and golden color scheme, this elegant shop will make the best Pop-Up Store. Learn more…


Ready to launch a pop-up store in Asia’s world city? Take a look at Storefront spaces all over Hong Kong.

Last updated: February 27, 2020