Hong Kong’s Most Heartwarming Party Spots

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HONG KONG and TORONTO, Dec. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Winters may be mild in Hong Kong, but the festive spirit here shines through the region. Heartwarming and romance-inviting Christmas decor is just one integral part of the whole holiday experience, and here are five Instagram-stunning spots you and your dear friends and family shouldn’t miss in the coming weeks:

Hong Kong WinterFest: The tallest outdoor Christmas tree in the city

Hong Kong WinterFest in the West Kowloon Cultural District

This holiday season, a gloriously illuminated 20+ meter Christmas tree takes center stage in the romantic Christmas town in the harbor of West Kowloon’s cultural district, the heart of Hong Kong Winterfest, presented by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. Hong Kong. With music and special effects of twinkling lights, the tallest outdoor Christmas tree in the city, combined with beautiful panoramic views of the world famous Victoria Harbour, will tempt your smartphone camera. Don’t forget to visit Christmas Wonderland during the Christmas period, where Christmas-themed hostels await you to embark on a fantastic Christmas journey.

Date: Until January 1, 2023 Event: Harborside Lawn West, West Kowloon Cultural District

Harbor City: a glittering fantasy fairyland

A shimmering fantasy fairyland in Harbor City

Image: Port City

One of the city’s largest shopping malls has been turned into a “unicorn merry-go-round paradise” this year, taking visitors to the land of fairy tales. Walking through the forecourt of the Ocean Terminal, visitors will be surrounded by a myriad of glittering Christmas trees, both on the ground and in the sky. Also not to be missed: the Unicorn Merry-Go-Round Palace, with hundreds of glamorous star-shaped lights hanging from the ceiling – the best photo spots for your Instagram post!

Date: Until January 2, 2023Event: Port City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Lee Tung Avenue – Asia’s largest disco ball decoration

Asia's largest disco ball decoration on Lee Tung Avenue

Image: Lee Tung Avenue

It’s all about glitz and glamor this festive season at Lee Tung Avenue. Asia’s largest disco ball, standing 7 meters tall and covered in more than 2,000 mirror pieces, hovers over the avenue’s tree-lined walkway as golden hits from the ’70s and ’80s fly through the air.

On Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day, LTA Let It Snow, by featuring snow “effects” when the sky turns dark. Put on your brightest disco outfit on Christmas Day to join in the Christmas Night Fever, complete with dance performances and live DJ entertainment.

Date: Until January 2, 2023 Event: Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

LANDMARK: Oversized Gingerbread Bakery Adventure

Mrs. ClauseBakery at LANDMARK


With the activation of the charitably delicious Mrs. Claus Bakery in LANDMARK’s soaring, high-ceilinged atrium, the spirit of giving is at an all-time high in the shopping complex this merry season. While a giant gingerbread house, a hover plane, and a hot air balloon, along with cute animal friends punctuate the Bakery premises, there’s no shortage of picture-perfect moments on-site. Save a roll of film for Mrs. Claus and her trusty sidekick, the Gingerbread Man!

Date: Until January 2, 2023Event: LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Tai Kwun – Modern Light Show x Historical Monument

A giant Christmas tree takes center stage in the West Kowloon cultural district

Image: Tai Kwun

The revitalized heritage complex in Central will come alive with festive celebrations this December. The romantic Christmas sights and sounds will fill the air at Tai Kwun, with a large Christmas tree sitting on the Parade Ground. To top it off, there will also be a dazzling light show in the evenings. A series of joyous surprises await you, including fun-filled circus shows and melodious musical performances, promising you a modern-day Christmas in one of Hong Kong’s most historic locations.

Date: In progress Event: Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Downtown, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong WinterFest in the West Kowloon Cultural District

Hong Kong’s tallest outdoor Christmas tree featured by the Hong Kong Tourism Board

A shimmering fantasy fairyland in Harbor City

Harbor City has become a unicorn merry-go-round paradise

Asia’s largest disco ball decoration on Lee Tung Avenue

The largest disco ball in Asia, standing 7 meters high and covered with more than 2000 mirror pieces.

Mrs. Claus Bakery at LANDMARK

LANDMARK delivers an oversized gingerbread bakery adventure with the help of Mrs. Clause.

A giant Christmas tree takes center stage in the West Kowloon cultural district

Brought to you by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, a 20-meter-high Christmas tree takes center stage in the harbor in West Kowloon’s cultural district.

Source: Hong Kong Canada Tourism Board

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