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How Hong Kong Spreads Joy This Christmas Season | Your money


Christmas is fast approaching and Hong Kong is one of the best cities to celebrate this special season, according to the Hong Kong Tourist Board. Events and activities are resuming in this vibrant city and preparations are in full swing. There are a myriad of unique shopping, dining and entertainment experiences to be discovered during the holiday season from near and far.

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The six-story Christmas tree will be moved in 2021 from Hong Kong‘s Central District to the new arts and culture hub, West Kowloon, for the first time. (Photo: Business Wire)

Christmas town in West Kowloon: The newly opened M + site in West Kowloon is Hong Kong’s newest cultural hotspot. It’s the centerpiece of the WinterFest celebrations with dazzling views of the iconic Hong Kong skyline and a Harbourfront park transformed into a storybook Christmas town. This year, the six-story tree was moved from Central to West Kowloon for the first time, putting the cultural district in the spotlight.

Spectacular shopping: Hong Kong has an enviable reputation as a shopper’s paradise, and with a booming scene for independent artisans, it’s easier than ever to find stylish, creative and unique gifts, which you can also find online, for you. recall a trip, past or future.

Decorate your tree, Hong Kong style: A Hong Kong-inspired gift company, The Lion Rock Press started out as a 120-year-old family business specializing in paper and printing. It offers beautiful heirloom Christmas decorations inspired by the local culture.

Hearty delicacies: Hong Kong winter cuisine offers exclusive dishes like clay rice, roast goose and hotpot. On your trip, you’ll want to try them out in both traditional and modern places:

KwanKee: You can’t miss Kwan Kee, an iconic Hong Kong restaurant famous for its terracotta rice, thanks to the line of hungry foodies meandering the streets on chilly evenings. This vibrant, brightly lit restaurant serves steaming bowls of terracotta rice cooked over a real charcoal fire, with toppings such as ribs and black beans, Chinese sausage, and egg or white eel. .

Hurry up: Roast Meat Specialty Restaurant Chop Chop currently offers eight varieties of terracotta rice, including ground beef with eggs, chicken with Chinese yam and shiitake mushrooms, and ground pork with salted fish. and water chestnuts.

Yung Kee: A classic Christmas dish, roast goose is a delight to enjoy with loved ones. Yung Kee is one of Hong Kong’s most iconic restaurants, with a history dating back to 1938. After undergoing a major renovation this year, the interior has been given a makeover, but their signature roast goose – an item on the list of many gourmets – is heartwarming. .

The drunken pot: A nightclub-style fondue restaurant, The Drunken Pot caters to a younger clientele of fondue lovers. Known for its spectacular presentation, quirky interior, and the option of up to five soup bases in a subdivided pot, this fresh and modern fondue restaurant has reinvented this quintessential Cantonese pastime.

Yi Hung Yuen: Located in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong, Yi Hung Yuen is an Instagrammer’s dream with its brothel moody vibe punctuated by dramatic neon signs, inspired by the classic Chinese novel. Dream of the red room.

Ring in 2022 by Victoria Harbor: After a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong New Year’s countdown is back in full force, with a spectacular concert on the Great Lawn of West Kowloon. The event includes performances by some of Hong Kong’s foremost local artists, as well as a classical performance by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. The countdown will be displayed on the gigantic facade of the newly opened M + so that the public can welcome 2022 in unison. Abroad? No problem. From all over the world, enjoy the dazzling live concert and thrilling countdown moment via the live stream at

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CONTACT: Anne Gomm

PR and Marketing Manager

Hong Kong Tourist Board

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SOURCE: Hong Kong Tourist Board

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