IKEA is launching its first store in Macau next year.
Located in Taipa, the 90,000 square feet store is expected to open in Q1 next year, offering a comprehensive shopping experience and a wide range of products and showrooms for Macanese consumers. The iconic IKEA Café and the Swedish Food Market, staples of the store chain, will also be included.
"Marking a major milestone in IKEA’s long-term commitment to Macau, the new IKEA store will offer well-designed, affordable, and practical home furnishing solutions to Macau consumers," said Adrian Worth, managing director of Dairy Farm Group IKEA North Asia.
Currently, IKEA is only running a merchandise pick-up point in Macau offering delivery service across four Hong Kong stores to customers from Macau.
"We are delighted to open our first store in Macau and we are looking forward to recruiting colleagues who share our vision which is to ‘create a better everyday life for the many people’. By offering a range of amazing value-for-money home furnishing products, together with our famous Swedish food, we hope to make that vision a reality for the people of Macau," Worth commented.