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The OROGOLD Causeway Bay Store in Hong Kong
The OROGOLD Store (P108) is located quite close to the staircase to the ground floor and the main escalator of the World Tower Center. It offers you with an oasis of luxury and provides you with some of the most amazing skin care treatments to help you look younger and more beautiful in no time at all.

Address: World Trade Centre, Shop 108, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Contact No: 852 28712229

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 10.00PM (Monday – Saturday).

11.30AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)

The OROGOLD Matheson St. Store in Hong Kong
The OROGOLD Matheson St. Store in Hong Kong is located at the heart of Causeway Bay. This opulent, luxurious store features bestselling OROGOLD products with prime VIP facials, promotions and demonstrations.

Address: 1 Matheson St Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

The OROGOLD Yun Ping Road Store in Hong Kong
This luxury retail street would not be complete without the stunning OROGOLD store. Decorated in white and gold, this store is the perfect reprieve from the hustle-and-bustle outside. Enjoy a relaxing facial with one of our skin care specialists today.

Address: 52 Yun Ping Rd East Point, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday).

11.30AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)

The OROGOLD Central Store in Hong Kong
Businessmen and women are no strangers to skin care. The OROGOLD store in this central business district offers you the chance to don your facial mask and care for your skin in style. Drop by today for free product demonstrations.

Address: Central Boutique, 16 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong 16

Contact No: 852 23240389

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday).

11.30AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)


Hong Kong Overview
hong-kongLocated on the South Coast of China and surrounded by the South China Sea and the Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong is an international city that is famous for its breathtaking natural harbor and its exquisite skyline. Hong Kong is an ideal way of introducing yourself to the Chinese Culture and it makes it easy to transition to Mainland China. Hong Kong might be famous for its huge crowds and bustling atmosphere, but it also offers you with unparalleled shopping opportunities, a wild nightlife, fantastic cuisines and a beautiful cultural backdrop.

A global hub, a former British territory, an autonomous country in China, the World City of Asia, one of the top tourist destinations in the world, a haunt for pirates and opium dens – these are just some of the things that you might know Hong Kong to be. But, most of these things are also a part of its past. Today, Hong Kong sits at the very center of world commerce and attracts millions of tourists from all over the world because of its breathtaking natural beauty, exciting cultural delights, historical wonders and an exciting lifestyle. This enigmatic city never fails to captivate, irrespective of whether you’re visiting it for the first time or for the 100th time.

Hong Kong is one of those few cities in the world which manages to be ancient and modern at the same time. It easily manages to attract visitors to the Hong Kong Disneyland and then enthrall the same visitors with traditional markets, majestic colonial era buildings, Buddhist temples and beautiful artifacts of Imperial China. The city is particularly famous for its seafood and there is an abundance of Cantonese and international cuisines as well.

Hong Kong is a city with multiple personalities. It might seem to have a purely British culture, but then you find traces of Chinese mixed in between. It is one of those few places in China where English speaking tourists can easily get by without any trouble. The city is also home to some of the best hotels and restaurants in the world. From world famous resorts to Michelin stars, from expensive destinations to world class brands, there is never a shortage of ways to spend money while in Hong Kong.

If you can’t handle its frantic pace and huge crowds, all you need to do is move towards its interiors where the city unfolds a breathtaking mountainous area that is famous for walking, trekking, exploring unique ecosystems and hiking. You can also enjoy tours to stilted fishing villages, secluded bays, scintillating beaches and popular temples. As they say, when in Hong Kong, you are limited by your own imagination.

Some of the main highlights of a trip to Hong Kong include the delectable dim sum, the Hong Kong Disneyland, Ngong Ping Village, Victoria Harbor, Nan Lin Garden, Lantau Island, Happy Valley Racecourse, Chi Lin Nunnery, Kowloon Waterfront, Hong Kong Museum of History and Ocean Park.


The OROGOLD Hong Kong Stores
Hong Kong is famous for its non-stop action, breathtaking skyscrapers and fantastic shopping. To make your shopping experiences even better, OROGOLD Cosmetics offers you with three stores in Hong Kong. All three OROGOLD Stores are famous for offering a fantastic skin care experience, luxurious products and collections and excellent services.


The OROGOLD Causeway Bay Store in Hong Kong
Hong KongCauseway Bay itself is an area worth exploring while in Hong Kong. It is known to be a mecca for Shopaholics and almost every inch of the area is devoted to one form of retail or the other. Causeway Bay might seem to be extremely compact, but it could take you an entire day to browse through its unending department stores, stalls, boutiques and shopping malls. Some of the most popular attractions in Causeway Bay include the Times Square, Hysan Place, Lee Gardens One & Two, Lee Theatre, Fashion Walk, Jardine’s Crescent Street Market and the Island Beverly Center.

The OROGOLD Causeway Bay Store is located in the popular World Tower Center, one of the best shopping malls in the area. It is also connected to The Exelsior via a passageway. The World Tower Center is located at the very place where the Palace Theatre was once entertained the citizens of Hong Kong. It is famous for mid-priced and luxury youth fashion and most of its eateries are known to offer guests with fantastic harbor panoramas. Visitors with overseas passports are also entitled to complimentary coupon booklets that offer them with 30 exclusive discount offers. Some of the most popular stores worth checking out include Anna Sui, ECCO, Global Work, MeeH, Patrick Cox, Sport b., Twist, ZN Studio and Zsiska. The Dragon King Restaurant, Kurotaki, Tonkichi Japanese Restaurant, Yoku Moku, Starbucks, COVA Caffe and Ruby Tuesday are some of the restaurants to visit when you feel hungry in between all the shopping.


The OROGOLD Matheson St Store in Hong Kong

With its prime location in Causeway Bay, it should come as no surprise that Hong Kong’s Matheson St is always busy and full of life. This is where you will find Times Square, one of the most popular shopping malls on the island. With 16 expansive floors boasting over 230 different stores, this mall is definitely a shopaholic’s paradise.

Another mall worth checking out on Matheson St is the Lee Theatre Plaza. Originally built in the 1920’s, this historic theatre has now been turned into another buzzing shopping mall, complete with the perfect mix of brands from both East and West. 

After all of that shopping, stop off at one of Matheson Street’s many eateries for a break. There is quite a selection to be found within the malls themselves, with a range of up-market restaurants and local specialty stores, but there are a few worthwhile contenders outside of the mall too.


The OROGOLD Yun Ping Road Store in Hong Kong

Yun Ping Road is home to a number of luxury retailers and world famous brands such as Ralph Lauren, Estee Lauder, Gucci, Swarovski and Ralph Lauren as well as popular department stores such as The Lee Garden Two. Visiting Yun Ping Road and its surrounding areas is a must while in Hong Kong. An added advantage of visiting the area is a trip to the OROGOLD store, an opulent boutique that introduces you to the very best from the world of beauty and skin care.


The OROGOLD Central Store in Hong Kong
Orogold-0780The third OROGOLD Store is located in D’Aguilar Street in Central Hong Kong. It lies in the central business district of the city, an area that is famous for its breathtaking skyline. The street is named after George Charles D’Aguilar, the Major General of colonial Hong Kong. It is an L-shaped street that starts from Queen’s Road Central and ends close to the Fringe Club. The area is extremely popular for its shopping and nightlife opportunities and you can find some of the best and most unique experiences of Hong Kong here. Some of the most popular attractions located nearby include the Jardine House, Statue Square, Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Star Ferry, Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong Park and the Clock Tower.

The OROGOLD Store on D’Aguilar Street doesn’t pale in comparison to the one located in Causeway Bay. If anything, it boasts of being neck to neck with our Causeway Bay Store in terms of the luxuries, decors, services and experiences offered.


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