Olympian City

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Olympian City (Chinese: 奧海城; Jyutping: ou3 hoi2 sing4) is a shopping and residential complex built on reclaimed land in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, next to the MTR Olympic Station. It is one of the main shopping and residential areas in West Kowloon. The shopping arcades, Olympian City 1,2 and 3, were developed by Sino Land while the residential buildings were developed by MTR Corporation and Sino Land.[1]


There were three phases in the development of the Olympian City project:

Note that the nearby development of Olympic Station Package 3 (Harbour Green, developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties) was not part of the Olympian City project.[2]

Shopping arcades[edit]

Olympian City 1[edit]

Olympian City 1 is located at exit A of Olympic station, which was developed by Sino Land and completed in 2000. It covers the area of 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of retail space spread over three floors, with 30 plus stores. The stores include Chinese restaurants and Western restaurants, lifestyle stores, spa centres, special interests and hobby outlets.

Olympian City 2[edit]

Olympian City Phase 2

Olympian City 2 is located at exit D of Olympic station, which was developed Sino Land and completed in 2001. It covers an area of 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2) of retail space spread over three floors, with 180 plus stores. The store includes fashion boutiques, jewellery shops, speciality lifestyle stores, a bowling alley and a cinema complex. [3]

In September 2012, Hong Kong lifestyle retail store G.O.D. in co-operation with Sino Art, held The Street Market Symphony Exhibition at Olympian City 2, their first solo art exhibition in a shopping mall. The exhibition used multi-media installations housed in large red lampshades, the iconic representation of Hong Kong's wet markets.[4]

Olympian City 3[edit]

Olympian City 3 is located in the East of Olympian City 2 with a connecting bridge in between. The nearest MTR stations are Olympic Station (Exit D) which can be reached by walking past Olympian City 2, and Mong Kok Station (Exit C4) and reached by walking along Arglye Street Westbound. The mall completed in 2011 and there are two floors with over 70 stores.

Residential estates[edit]

There are four main private housing estates in the Olympian City project, Island Harbourview, Park Avenue, Central Park and The Hermitage which were all developed by Sino Land and MTR Corporation. There are many other residential estates surrounding Olympian City and Olympic Station: One Silver Sea, Imperial Cullinan, The Long Beach, Hampton Place, Florent Rise, Harbour Green, Charming Garden and Hoi Fu Court.


There are four office towers in Olympian City, HSBC Centre (three towers) and Bank of China Centre (one tower). They were developed by Sino Land, but were sold to HSBC and Bank of China (Hong Kong) respectively for their back office headquarters.


  • 2E- Kowloon City Ferry ↔ Pak Tin
  • 10- Choi Wan ↺ Tai Kok Tsui
  • 12- Hoi Lai Estate ↺ East Tsim Sha Tsui Station
  • 13D- Po Tat ↔ Island Harbourview
  • 16- Lam Tin (Kwong Tin Estate) ↔ Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 16X- Lam Tin (Kwong Tin Estate) → Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 18- Nam Cheong Station ↺ Oi Man
  • 31B- Shek Lei ↔ Olympic Station
  • 32- Shek Wai Kok ↔ Olympic Station
  • 33A- Mong Kok (Park Avenue) ↔ Tsuen Wan (Nina Tower)
  • 37- Kwai Shing (Central) ↔ Olympic Station
  • 43C- Cheung Hang ↔ Island Harbourview
  • 52X- Tuen Mun Town Centre ↔ Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 66X- Tai Hing ↔ Olympic Station
  • 68X- Hung Shu Kiu (Hung Fuk Estate) ↔ Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 72X- Tai Po Central ↔ Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 87B- Sun Tin Wai ↔ Island Harbourview
  • 265B- Tin Heng Estate ↔ Mong Kok (Park Avenue)
  • 287X- Shui Chuen O ↺ Jordan
  • 887- Sha Tin Racecourse → Mong Kok (Park Avenue) (Racing Days Only)
  • 701- Hoi Lai Estate /Nam Cheong Station ↺ Mong Kok
  • 701S- Hoi Lai Estate /Nam Cheong Station ↺ Mong Kok
  • 971- Hoi Lai Estate ↔ Shek Pai Wan
NWFB towards Hong Kong Island
  • 904- Lai Chi Kok ↔ Kennedy Town (Belcher Bay)
  • 905- Lai Chi Kok ↔ Wan Chai (North)
  • 905P- Lai Chi Kok → Wan Chai (Harbour Road)
  • 914- Hoi Lai Estate ↔ Causeway Bay (Tin Hau)
  • 914P- Hoi Lai Estate → Causeway Bay (Tin Hau)
  • 914X- Hoi Lai Estate → Causeway Bay (Tin Hau)
Citybus towards Airport/AsiaWorld-Expo
  • A21- Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) ↔ Hung Hom Station
  • E21- AsiaWorld-Expo ↔ Island Harbourview
  • N23- Tung Chung ↔ Sze Wan Shan (Via: Airport)
Green Minibus

See others[edit]


  1. ^ Olympian City
  2. ^ Olympic Station
  3. ^ Fabulous Shopping, Great Entertainment and Wonderful Harbour Views
  4. ^ 超巨街市燈現身商場 [Super large wet market red lamps appears in shopping mall]. Sharp Daily (in Chinese). 14 September 2012. Retrieved 19 November 2012. 

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Coordinates: 22°19′10″N 114°09′30″E / 22.31944°N 114.15833°E / 22.31944; 114.15833