Christmas Markets and Holiday Fairs in Hong Kong 2023

    The season of Christmas Markets and Holiday Fairs in Hong Kong is just around the corner.  Full of fun and festive local products, markets offer an eco-friendly way to give gifts. Bookmark this page as we continue to update it with more events.

    AWA Charity Bazaar 2023

    Where: PMQ 35 Aberdeen Street Central Hong Kong 
    When: 8 November 2023, 11:30am-7:30pm

    Christmas fair Hong Kong AWA

    Hong Kong’s longest running charity bazaar (this year is its 36th year!), the AWA Charity Bazaar this year takes place on 8 November, giving you a great head start on all your Christmas shopping. The outdoor holiday market will feature more than 50 vendors showcasing a wide array of goods – from art, stationery, toys, gifts, jewellery, homewares, cosmetics and food – in time for the holiday season. The fundraising event this year hopes to raise $400,000. Have questions about the bazaar? Email [email protected]

    St John’s Cathedral Christmas Charity Card and Handicraft Fair

    Head to the stunning St John’s Cathedral to pick up local handicrafts and Christmas cards supporting a variety of local charities.

    Where: St John’s Cathedral, Garden Road, Central
    When: 10-11 November 2023, 10:00am-5:00pm


    The Repulse Bay Christmas Market 

    Where: The Repulse Bay The Repulse Bay, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Hong Kong

    Handmade Hong Kong hosts a new Holiday Market at The Repulse Bay this festive season. Taking place on 18 November from 11am – 6pm the Seaview Terrace at The Repulse Bay will become a holiday wonderland, filled with Hong Kong’s finest crafters and artisans!  


    Discovery Bay Sunday Markets

    Where: Discovery Bay Plaza
    When: 12, 26 November and 10 December 2023

    You’ll love what’s on offer at the Discovery Bay Sunday Markets – craft market showcasing local, independent vendors selling handmade or self-designed wares. Featuring items such as handmade bags, jewellery, home accessories, fine art, stationery, paper craft and children’s accessories.


    The Prestige Christmas Gift & Lifestyle Fairs

    When: Tuesday 29 November + Monday, 12 December, 2023 10am – 8pm
    Where: Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hong Kong
    Admission: FREE , open to the Public , LeaveHomeSafe & Vaccine Pass at entrance

    A ballroom of one-stop shopping is available at 2023’s Prestige Fairs! The ever popular Prestige Fairs returns to the Grand Ballroom of Conrad Hong Kong on Wednesday 29 November and Tuesday 12 December, 2023 at 10am to 8pm.

    If you’re hoping to complete all your Christmas shopping in one swoop, then head to the Conrad Ballroom for the Prestige Fairs. As you enter the ballroom you will be amazed at the incredible, eclectic variety of products from creative small business artisans and entrepreneurs. You’re sure to find something for everyone on your Christmas gift list. And why not buy a little something for yourself, too?

    How about making a day of it with your friends or family and enjoy lunch at the Conrad Garden Cafe or Lobby Lounge? For more details, visit

    K11 MUSEA Village Christmas Pop-Up

    When: 2, 3,8,9,10,22,23,24,25,26, 27,28,29, 30 December 2023 and 1 January 2024
    Where: K11 MUSEA, TST

    Soak up the Christmas atmosphere while shopping for handmade jewellery, crafts, and gourmet delicacies.

    China Hong Kong City Car Boot Market

    Date: Each weekend starting 8 December
    Car boot sale in Hong Kong
    The “CHKC Christmas Car Boot Market” is set to take place on four consecutive weekends starting from December 8, 2023. Hosted at Dolphin Square atop China Ferry Terminal, the market aims to provide a platform for young people to showcase and sell their creations and eco-friendly Christmas gifts. It will primarily focus on creative and cultural products and crafts, and will also feature food and game booths. Sellers are encouraged to offer preloved and upcycled items to promote green living. The market also aims to raise funds for charity to support those in need during the holiday season. In addition to offering breathtaking panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, the venue will be adorned with Christmas trees and light decorations made from recycled materials, emphasising the importance of environmentally friendly practices while enhancing the festive atmosphere of the market. On designated dates the event will feature a large-scale outdoor snow show and mini concerts. Even better, car owners are invited to participate in the event for free!
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    The Italian Christmas Village

    Dates: 8-10 December
    The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong, launches the Italian Christmas Village. The 3-day celebration will take place at the Central Market and is the perfect place to source Christmas gifts while tasting typical Italian products. 

    Party on the Pitch Christmas Fair

    When: Saturday 9 December 2023
    Where: Hong Kong Football Club, Happy Valley

    Chillmas by the Sea

    When: 9-10, 16-17 and 23-26 December 2023 
    Where: Stanley Plaza

    Hong Kong Christmas Market Stanley Plaza

    Stanley Plaza’s “Chillmas by the Sea” is a Christmas market inspired by the festive traditions of Australia. The market takes place over three weekends and public holidays at Stanley’s seaside. Shop over 100 Australian-themed stalls offering exquisite wines, gourmet food, handmade crafts and pet treats. Participate in the lucky draw “Chillmas Joy at Stanley Plaza” by making designated purchases on-site. The grand prize, sponsored by Qantas Airways, is two round-trip tickets to Sydney, Australia, along with travel experiences and vouchers. There are also other exciting prizes to celebrate the holiday season. Go experience the vibrant atmosphere of an Australian Christmas! Here are a few stalls you can check out:

    • Beerholic, distributor of a selection of high-quality Australian beers 
    • Santo Coffee, Australian meat pies and hand-brewed Australian coffee
    • Goosebump, sustainable, eco, handcrafted home decor plus Lorna Murray hats
    • Noelle x HQ Meat, essential oil aromatherapy candles
    • Gelabo, 15-hour aged ice cream using Australian brews
    • Donut Demo, Australian beer-flavoured mochi donuts 
    • Jacques & Grill, serving Australian-style braised beef brisket and meatballs
    • Explicit Spices, homemade chilli oil,  Australian wagyu beef siu mai
    • Dee Gogh, a local coin jewellery brand with Australian coin rings and pendants


    Main photo courtesy of Shutterstock; photo 1 courtesy of AWA, photo 2 courtesy of Prestige Lifestyle Fairs; photo 3 courtesy of Prestige Lifestyle Fairs; photo 4 courtesy of Stanley Plaza

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