Page One Bookstores in Hong Kong

Page One Bookstores in Hong Kong
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Page One bookstore has two locations in Hong Kong, including one within Harbour City (3-27 Canton Road).

Founded in 1983 as a small shop with handpicked art & design books, Page One is today a major chain with bookstores in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Taiwan.

Page One bookstore Harbour City Hong Kong.

Of the bookshops, the Festival walk location, which also contains a Page One Cafe, has been open since November 1998.

Page One Festival Walk has, on a floor area of 13,220 sq ft, magazines, art and design books, general interest books, Chinese books, designer’s gift products, stationery, and florist products.

Harbour City’s Page One bookstore, meanwhile, has been serving customers since September 2014.

Page One bookshop Harbour City Hong Kong.

The Tsim Sha Tsui bookstore is bigger of the two with an area of 35,229 sq ft, carrying magazines, art and design books, general interest books, Chinese books, designer’s gift products, as well as stationery & household products.

While the company began as a retail outfit, Page One has over the years expanded into areas of book publishing and distribution, with a focus on art and design content.

There are 120 categories of arts and design books published by Page One every year, with a special focus on the Asian culture art.

Page One Bookstores in Hong Kong

Page One Bookstore & Cafe Festival Walk
80 Tat Chee Ave, Shop LG1-30
Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30am-10pm, Friday-Sunday 10:30am-10:30pm
www.pageonegroup.com

Page One Harbour City
3-27 Canton Road, Shop 3001A, Level 3, Shop 4001, Level 4, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday-Sunday 10am-10:30pm
www.pageonegroup.com

Page One bookstores’ official Facebook page is available at www.facebook.com/pageonehk.

The Facebook page is a great place to learn about the stores’ current promotions, literary events, and other news related to the outlets in Hong Kong.