9 July, 2024
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Your Complete Guide To Every Pet-Friendly Mall In Hong Kong

9 July, 2024

We’ve scoured the city to bring you the most comprehensive rundown on pet-friendly malls that welcome your furry friends, spotlighting the tried-and-tested ones with amenities that’ll make your pet purr (or bark) with delight.

Pet-friendly malls are taking Hong Kong by storm, and we’re here to dish out the ultimate guide for all you pawrents! According to a recent survey by insurance company OneDegree, Hong Kong pet owners shell out an average of $680,000 on their animal companions through their lifetime. With that kind of investment, it’s no wonder the city is upping its game in pet-friendly facilities, including malls. Gone are the days when an outing with your pet meant just hitting up a dog-friendly cafe. Now, you and your fur baby can enjoy a full day of shopping, dining and more! Ready for all the details? Read on to discover which malls are turning pet parenthood into the ultimate lifestyle.

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The Best Pet-Friendly Malls In Hong Kong

pet friendly mall AIRSIDE

Airside – Pet-friendly stores & garden in Kai Tak

Ever heard the buzz about AIRSIDE? It’s the mall that has transformed the old Kai Tak Airport into a destination for humans and pets alike! Sure, you’ve probably heard about the indoor surfing and the famous After You Dessert Café. But did you know it also has pet facilities? Imagine this: you and your furry friends strolling through the indoor shopping area on the ground floor, then hitting up AIR Farman urban farm with over 50 varieties of produce – on the second floor, and finally letting loose at the AIRSIDE Garden on the sixth floor.

And it doesn’t stop there! With shops like HOLA il colpo Hair & Pets, All Japan Pet, Ruff & Fetch and Purr’Licious, your pets will be living their best lives. Plus, AIRSIDE has thought of everything to make your fur babies feel like royalty, from drinking bowls and pet strollers (deposit required) to diapers and waste bags. It’s like a five-star resort for your pets –because why should humans have all the fun?

Special Rule: Each pet owner can bring a maximum of two pets.

AIRSIDE, 2 Concorde Road, Kai Tak, Kai Tak, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2686 0333, www.airside.com.hk

pet friendly mall Arcade@Cyberport

Arcade@Cyberport – Lounging lawn, picnic spots and roam-free mall access for pets in Cyberport

Cyberport Waterfront Park is already a popular picnic spot for pawrents and their furry sidekicks, but did you know that the nearby mall, Arcade@Cyberport, is pet-friendly too? Not only can you and your pets enjoy the stunning Cyberport Waterfront Park, but also visit the serene 4,000 square feet outdoor lawn at the Podium on the fourth floor that’s purrfect for some chill time. Plus, Arcade@Cyberport welcomes leashed pets to stroll right alongside their humans inside the mall. With these paw-some pet-friendly facilities, Arcade@Cyberport is the paw-fect place for serious tail-wagging fun.

Arcade@Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Telegraph Bay, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, 3166 3111, arcade.cyberport.hk

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pet friendly mall D2 Place

D2 Place – Hip hangout with pet carnivals in Lai Chi Kok

For a hipster hangout, look no further than D2 Place in Lai Chi Kok. This trendy mall welcomes pets with open arms – as long as those paws stay off the ground! Simply pop your pet into a stroller, bag, or carry them in your arms and you’re good to go. The mall features shops like the Japanese pet superstore Pet Koi Ko, offering a plethora of products. It also hosts pet carnivals from time to time, featuring handcrafted goodies from local artisans. With a dedicated “Pet Zone” providing cleaning supplies and pet gear, as well as a rooftop “Pet Sharing” rest area, your fur babies will have everything they need to chill after a shopping spree.

D2 Place, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3620 3098, www.d2place.com

pet friendly mall Stanley Plaza

Stanley Plaza – Hong Kong’s first pet-friendly mall with doggie gelato and alfresco dining

Stanley Plaza is Hong Kong’s first pet-friendly mall, offering loads of open space that your furry friends will adore. On weekends, it’s a blast with musicians jamming at the amphitheater and families chilling at the nearby children’s playground. Plus, when it comes to dining, there are plenty of pet-friendly alfresco restaurants like Beef and Liberty and Classified, making it a breeze to dine out with your pooch. Also, Stanley Plaza boasts The Dog’s Garden, a pet store offering grooming services and a smorgasbord of pet treats and accessories. And for the ultimate treat, don’t forget to swing by Gino’s Gelato for some special doggie gelato. Yes, you read that right – doggie gelato. Because your dog deserves gourmet treats too!

Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, 2813 4623, www.linkhk.com

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pet friendly mall The Pulse

The Pulse – Pet-friendly mall with seaside views in Repulse Bay

If you and your furry friend are looking for a beachside retreat with all the trimmings, The Pulse at Repulse Bay is the place to be! While the actual Repulse Bay Beach might be off-limits to dogs (boo), The Pulse makes up for it with its pet-friendly policy and outdoor options. The only rule here is to “respect the pets and respect others”, which sounds like a pretty good deal. Getting there is easy too. If you’re coming from Ocean Park MTR station, there’s even a shuttle bus service – just make sure your dog stays in their pet bag for the ride. Once you arrive, they can walk around freely and enjoy the seaside scenery. For a great dining experience, head to Sip Song, which even has a special doggie menu. And if you’re feeling charitable, The Pulse is also home to Paws United Charity’s adoption centre, where you might just find another furry friend to bring home.

The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 2815 8888, www.thepulse.com.hk

pet friendly mall Peak Galleria

Peak Galleria – Instagrammable backdrops, picnic spots and swimming pool for pets

At The Peak Galleria, not only can your pet join you at restaurants with outdoor seating, but you can also have a picnic on the roof or enjoy some window shopping with your pup trotting by your side. Just look for the blue dog-friendly seal in shop windows to know where your pet is welcome. Plus, if your little one needs a lift, you can hire a pet trolley for free for the first three hours with just a $500 deposit. The Barkyard pet store is definitely a highlight, featuring a mini swimming pool where your pet can take a dip. The package includes access to showers, towels and a lifejacket – because safety comes first! And if your pet just needs a quick rinse after a hike, you can also just book the shower facilities. Also, don’t miss the photogenic spots around the mall. Snap some stunning photos of your furry kids on the stairway between the second and third floors, which has transformed into a grassy wonderland with dog and cat visuals.

Sassy Tip: For the ultimate Instagram moment, dress up your pooch at the “barber shop” photo spot and capture some seriously cute pics.

Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2849 4113, www.hanglungmalls.com

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pet friendly mall The Mills

The Mills – Historic building in Tsuen Wan with trendy shops and spacious rooftop garden

This revitalised historical building, transformed from a textile mill, is the perfect spot for history buffs and animal lovers alike. First, you can stroll through stylish shops with your pup, picking up some trendy pet accessories at The Common Ground. Then, grab a coffee at Fleur, where your dog can chow down on a special menu just for them. When you need a break, head to the rooftop garden for some sunshine and a game of fetch – just keep an eye out for those sneaky pigeons! Plus, if you’re into eco-friendly living, Hidden Gems offers zero-waste pet goodies that are sure to impress. And don’t forget to check out the Hong Kong International Dog Training Centre for expert training sessions that will turn your pup into a well-mannered companion.

The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, 3979 2300, www.themills.com.hk

pet friendly mall The Wai

The Wai – Large pet-friendly mall with lush green spaces and luxe amenities in Tai Wai

The Wai offers an impressive 650,000 square feet of pet-friendly bliss. Here, your furry friend can tour the mall in style, lounging in a stroller while you explore high-quality pet products at Ruff & Fetch and trendy finds at Louder. For a unique memento, head to Sharewow!, where you can create 3D printed figurines of you and your pet. When you need a break, Moojoo Café is the perfect spot. Its spacious interiors invite pets of all sizes to roam free while owners sip coffee and swap pet tales. Opened in July 2023, The Wai makes every visit a breeze with VIP parking, pet-friendly elevators and special amenities like pet toilets and water bowls. Plus, the lush green spaces are perfect for pets to play and relax, making this mall a dream destination for pet parents.

The Wai, 18 Che Kung Miu Road, Tai Wai, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2567 9766, www.thewaimall.com

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pet friendly mall Yoho Mall

Yoho Mall – Pet-friendly mall with massive pet park, free snacks, essentials and trained pet care staff on-site

Further away in Yuen Long, Yoho Mall is the ultimate pet paradise, especially with the opening of DOT PARK a 7,600-square-foot pet playground that’s sure to set tails wagging! Divided into three zones, this whimsical park is a pet utopia where dogs can dash and leap, parrots can perch, and even rabbits and turtles have their own special play areas. With amenities like free pet snacks, poop bags and pet care essentials, Yoho Mall has thought of everything to make your visit a breeze. Plus, its staff, trained in pet care and first aid, are always ready to help, proudly wearing their pet ambassador badges.

Sassy Tip: If you’re also planning to stroll around the mall, we advise you to arrive early, as pets need to be put in a stroller and its rental system operates on a first-come, first-served basis.

Yoho Mall, 8-9 Long Yat Road & 9 Yuen Lung Street, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2479 2208, www.yohomall.hk

pet friendly mall K11 Musea

K11 Musea – Dedicated pet play areas and English countryside-inspired garden in Tsim Sha Tsui

A fancy day out in Tsim Sha Tsui wouldn’t be complete without a trip to K11 Musea, which happens to be where your pets can also receive VIP treatment. A highlight we always recommend is the Bohemian Garden on level six. Here, your pup can frolic on an English countryside-inspired lawn, complete with Mini Cooper benches and station signs. When it’s time to refuel, head to Elephant Grounds, where the outdoor seating area welcomes pets to chill alongside you. Alternatively, if you’re in the mood for a cosy vibe, the pet-friendly Ukiyo is just the spot. For an extra special treat, take the pet-only lift up to the seventh floor, where an entire level is dedicated to pampered pets. With stepping stones, benches and climbing platforms designed for ultimate pet enjoyment, your furry friend will be in heaven. Just remember, pets need to be kept in strollers or carried while inside the mall.

K11 Musea, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3892 3890, www.k11musea.com

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pet friendly mall Mikiki

Other Pet-Friendly Malls In Hong Kong

  • APM – Welcomes pets in carriers or strollers and features an expansive APM Garden on the second level for fresh air and entertainment. However, some shop owners might prohibit entry, so pet owners should check with individual stores first.  www.hkapm.com.hk
  • Central Market – As an inclusive community gathering place, Central Market welcomes visitors of all kinds, including furry friends, just be aware of signage indicating where pets cannot enter. www.centralmarket.hk
  • IFC Mall – While unexpectedly pet-friendly, IFC Mall in Central only allows leashed pets to briefly walk through the premises but not enter stores. www.ifc.com.hk
  • Mikiki – Hong Kong’s first Japanese-inspired mall in San Po Kong pioneers a welcoming pet policy by allowing leashed pets and pets in carriers or strollers, providing complimentary amenities like strollers and muzzles. www.mikiki-mall.com.hk
  • Elements –While Elements allows dogs in strollers, they’re not recommended in stores and elevators can be difficult to find. Instead, we recommend visiting Civic Square, with its abundance of alfresco dining options. www.elementshk.com
  • Festival Walk – With around 90 pet-friendly shops and free stroller and potty pad lending, four-legged guests are warmly welcomed. www.festivalwalk.com.hk
  • Kowloon City Plaza – Also allows pets to enter the mall premises, but requires pet owners to place pets in strollers, bags or be held. Some stores welcome pets to enter. www.kcp.hk
  • Popcorn – Similarly, pets must be in strollers, bags or held by owners, but can access designated shops and owner’s restrooms in this Tseung Kwan O mall. www.popcorntko.com.hk
  • New Town Plaza – Connected to Sha Tin Station, New Town Plaza welcomes pet owners to bring their pets in strollers or bags. If the pet bag is not too large, owners can also take their pets with them to the restroom for supervision, as long as they don’t disturb other customers. www.newtownplaza.com.hk
  • Ocean PopWalk – The mall’s service centre offers pet strollers for rent (a form must be filled out and a deposit of $200 is required). They also provide dog toilets, pee pads, poop bags, water dispensers, wet wipes and leashes. www.popwalk.com.hk (website is in Chinese)
  • East Point City – Pets are allowed, but they must be carried or placed in a stroller. Unfortunately, there are no pet-friendly restaurants or shops, so it is only ideal for a quick stroll. www.eastpointcity.com.hk

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Main image courtesy of CandyRetriever via Getty, image 1 courtesy of AIRSIDE via Instagram, image 2 courtesy of Arcade@Cyberport via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of D2 Place via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Stanley Plaza via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of The Pulse via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of The Barkyard via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of The Mills via Facebook, image 8 courtesy of The Wai via Facebook, image 9 courtesy of Yoho Mall via Facebook, image 10 courtesy of K11 Musea via Facebook, image 11 courtesy of Mikiki via Facebook.

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