A quick guide where to get your Christmas shopping done. #christmas2019hongkong #xmas2019hk
With over 30 stalls of products from interesting Finnish and international companies, the market is the perfect place to find unique Christmas gifts. Stroll around the many stalls and come across decorative elves made in Kuhmo, Finland, traditional Nordic dishware, handmade crafts and many more. In case you get hungry or desire something extra special for your dinner table, the many food & beverage companies, from traditional Nordic delicacies to Lebanese olive oil and sweets, are there to serve you.
When: 6 – 8 Dec
Where: AIA Vitality Park at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel
The Italian Day at Sandy Bay’ is the biggest charity event organized yearly by the Italian Women’s Association (IWA). This popular happening raises significant funds that are entirely donated to the ‘Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital’ and other selected local charities. The biggest attractions of the event are the Bazaar, with more than 90 stalls selling branded clothing, accessories, shoes, toys, watches, etc. and the ‘Gourmet Corner’, that offers tasty Italian ready dishes and snacks, sponsored by the most famous and most important Italian restaurants and food and beverage companies. This event is a good occasion to get together with family and friends while enjoying Christmas shopping and chilling out “The Italian way”, all for a good cause.
When: Saturday, 7 Dec, 10am – 5pm
Where: The Gardens of the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital, 12 Sandy Bay Road,
Pok Fu Lam
HK$20 entrance fee
Give your Christmas a French touch! Come along and enjoy market stalls, international food delicacies, magician show, disco dance, as well as games & activities for all age groups. And many more surprises!
When: Saturday, 7 Dec, 10am – 4pm
Where: French International School, 28 Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O
Stanley Plaza Christmas Market with laboratory themed
Last year Stanley Christmas Seaside Market witnessed an unprecedented crowd of over 50,000 attendees in 4 days.
When: 7 – 8, 14 – 15 & 21- 22 Dec (Sat & Sun), 12pm – 9pm
Where: Stanley Plaza Amphitheatre & Public Open Space
Their craft markets showcase local, independent vendors selling their handmade or self-designed wares. Featuring items such as; handmade bags, jewelry, home accessories, fine art, stationery and papercraft and children’s accessories.
When: Sunday, 8 Dec, 11am – 6pm
Where: Discovery Bay Main Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau
Celebrate Swedish Winter at Tsim Sha Tsui. Meet Santa Claus, drink Glögg and eat gingerbread cookies, let your children take part in book reading sessions where they will listen to Swedish books like Pippi Longstocking etc.
All the way from Sweden the real Santa Claus is coming with his helper. Come by and meet him and take a photo. The first 100 children who visit him will also get a Christmas gift.
When: 13 – 15 Dec, 11am – 5pm
Where: Cultural Centre, TST
A two-day market festival featuring quality gifts, wine and health products, with face-painting and other fun activities for little ones.
When: 14 – 15 Dec, 11am – 5pm
Where: Treasure Island, Pui O Beach
Christmas is just a few days away and if you still have some last minute gifts and stocking fillers to buy, don’t miss the final holiday shopping event of the season at the Conrad on 16 December. You will find everything you need under one roof including beautiful jewellery, treats for children, delicious food to add to your festive table and decorative items to add the finishing touches to your home. Why not meet up with friends after all that shopping and enjoy the 20% discount at the Conrad Coffee Shops and selected restaurants for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. What’s more, you may win a food and beverage voucher valued at HK$1,200 from the Conrad.
When: Monday, 16 Dec, 10am – 8pm
Where: Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hong Kong, 88 Queensway, Admiralty