The Langham Place and the "Xpresscalators" (the 4th floor)


Langham Place (Chinese: 朗豪坊; Cantonese Template:IPA2, Jyutping: long3 hou4 fong1, Yale: long hòuh fōng; Mandarin Pinyin: Lǎngháo Fāng) is a 3-in-1 shopping mall, hotel and office tower that opened in the fourth quarter of 2004 in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It occupied the premises between Argyle Street, Portland Street, Shantung Street and Reclamation Street, with Shanghai Street separating hotel with office tower and shopping mall.

Jointly developed by the Great Eagle Group and the Urban Renewal Authority of Hong Kong, the 59 storey Grade A office tower is the tallest in Kowloon and Mong Kok with a height of 255m. The complex houses a 15 storey mall including 2 basements that spirals itself up to the 13th floor and a 665 room hotel. The mall is also connected to the Mong Kok MTR station of the MTR via Exit C3 which opened on March 3 2005. The Great Eagle Group announced the sale of individual floors of the Langham Place Office Tower in August 2005.


Adjacent to the office tower and shopping mall, the hotel is a 5 star 665 room hotel and is directly connected to the mall and office tower. Managed by the Langham Hotel Group, it has 42 floors.

Shopping MallEdit

The shopping mall is a 15 storey mall including two basements and is directly connected to Mong Kok MTR station. The building also has the longest escalator in a shopping mall in the territory and is called the "Xpresscalators" which is located on the 4th floor and goes up to the 8th and later to the 12th. There is a food court on the 4th and a cinema on the 8th run by UA Cinemas with six screens and 112 seats in total. The mall has a section called "The Spiral" on the 9th to 13th floor of the building. There is a shop selling Singapore's national dish, Hainanese chicken rice which is quite rare to find in the territory.

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