15 Christmas Installation You’ll Enjoy While in Hong Kong for FREE

15 Christmas Installation You’ll Enjoy While in Hong Kong for FREE

Some of you might be planning to escape Manila and head to the nearest holiday destination Hong Kong to celebrate the holidays. However, it doesn’t mean splurging your whole 13th month bonuses on this trip, so you are also keen on making sure to save a lot while exploring the island.

Forget about the touristic places of Hong Kong, and skip the long line to Disneyland.

And why not have a Christmas décor tour around Hong Kong!

I have diligently scouted these amazing Christmas décor attractions around the city, which will definitely eye-catchy and of course, insta-worthy.


1. SpongeBob Christmas at Sunshine City Plaza

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
The SpongeBob wave is hitting Hong Kong this Christmas season! Beside Dim Sum Icon, SpongeBob and friends have arrive at Sunshine City Plaza to celebrate this joyful occasion. Get your camera ready for selfie with those cute characters and join them with a series of activities.

Date: Now until January 2, 2018.
WHERE: Sunshine City Plaza, 18 On Luk Street Ma On Shan New Territories





2. Christmas with Rilakkuma

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Christmas decoration of Rilakkuma is now ready at The ONE! Be there to snap some nice photos

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: The ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon (Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, Exit B1)





3. Christmas in Space

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
How would it be celebrating Christmas in the outer space be like? Visit the Hong Kong IFC Mall and feel a different Christmas mood with all the galaxies and spaceships.

Date: Now until 2nd of January 2018
Where: IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central (nearest MTR Station – Hong Kong, exit F or E1)





4. Holidays with LINE FRIENDS

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Bored of seeing Santa Claus & reindeer as decorations? Visit Langham Place and let the adorable LINE FRIENDS bring you to the outer space for Christmas celebration this year.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: L4 Atrium, Langham Place Mall, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon






5. Star War Christmas at APM Mall

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Have you seen #TheLastJedi ?
Great news for Star War fans! APM Mall in Hong Kong is displaying Star Wars: The Last Jedi Movie Exhibition and LEGO Star Wars Themed Christmas! You get the chance to selfie with the 1:1 character figures Elite Praetorian Guard and Stormtrooper Executioners in the 10-metre long Star Wars Warship scene.

Date: Now until 3rd of January 2018
Where: APM Concourse, Upper Concourse and Lower Ground, APM, 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon.






6. Light up at Discovery Bay

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Light up your yuletide mood at the Christmas Illumination decoration at Discovery Bay.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: Discovery Bay






7. Magical Christmas at Landmark

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Wishes come alive! Landmark invites you from around the world to come together and unlock this infinite imagination with a little spark from Santa Paws. Origami planes, cranes and even boats soar through the air, rainbows and flowers flourish before your eyes, and a city grows and blossoms in front of you. See all this and more in their fantastic music and light show, every 30-minutes.

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: LandMark Atrium central






8. Yuletide Crochet at Fashion Walk

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Fashion Walk has yarn-bombed the holidays! Get inspired and don’t forget to snapped your OOTD pose.

Where: Fashion Walk






9. Rosy Christmas at New Town Plaza

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Perhaps the most romantic yuletide decoration for this year, and spend this special moment with your loved one this Christmas! Rosy Starlight Garden in New Town Plaza is now up and ready.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: ShaTin MTR Station Exit B






10. Christmas with Chibi Maruko-chan & Friends

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Christmas during school life is surely one of the happiest memory for all grown-ups, do you agree? Let’s go back in time and enjoy a joyful school time Christmas with Chibi Maruko-chan & friends at Olympian City this holiday.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: Central Atrium, G/F Olympian City 2, 18 Hoi Ting Road, West Kowloon (nearest MTR Station – Olympic).






11. Gaspard et Lisa Exhibition

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
You favorite character Gaspard et Lisa will be celebrating the holidays at LCX with their French Christmas feats!

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: LCX Mall






12. Snowman and Snowdog Exhibition

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Step into a beautiful snowy wonderland, as Showman and Snowdog are flying across the sky to the frozen north in the Elements.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: The Elements Hong Kong






13. Christmas Spectacular with Hong Kong Ballet

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
This holiday, guests at Pacific Place Hong Kong are in for an enchanting surprise with the unveiling “Christmas Spectacular”! Be entertained by the city’s top performance groups with theatrical performances from the likes of Hong Kong Ballet and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. There will be a curated selection of seasonal pop-up stores and an exciting assortment of Christmas workshops to experience and take part in.

Date: Now until 3rs of January 2018
Where: Pacific Place Hong Kong






14. Little Twin Star x Precious Moments Exhibition

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Check out this once in a lifetime exhibition with Little Twin Star and Precious Moments. Date: Now 2nd of January 2018

Where: Whampoa World, Whampoa Hong Kong MTR Station






15. Giants of Christmas Forest

Christmas Decor tour in Hong Kong
Harbour City has supported Hong Kong Blood Cancer Foundation since 2002 to raise funds during Christmas. This year, Harbour City collaborates with design collective “Communion W” again and invites renowned London-based Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi to bring a fantastic Nordic Christmas this month. Klaus Haapaniemi has set up Christmas decorations in Harbour City based on the theme of “Giants of Christmas Forest”, and designed limited edition calendar and tote bag for Harbour City.

The theme “Giants of Christmas Forest” is inspired by Scandinavian Christmas Forest with 3-metre high giant mushrooms and Christmas trees with the magical lightings at the Atruium, Gateway Arcade, attracting the wild animals to come to enjoy the joyful Christmas time together. The authentic Finnish house is built in Ocean Terminal Kid zone. The little rustic wooden house with the central charcoal grills surrounded by comfortable benches for dining and entertaining will indulge you in a warm but Nordic-style Christmas.

Date: Now until 1st of January 2018
Where: Harbour City Arcade Gateway





Isn’t these attractions amazingly joyous?!


Just don’t forget your camera, google map and include these Christmas décor destination to your Hong Kong holiday itinerary.


xoxo, Blair



52 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Such a beautiful and adorable Christmas themes. I am sure my daughter will love this. The Little Twin Star and Precious Moments is so cute.

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    1. I agree! All are free, and you just have to ready your camera and smartphones plus full energy to visit all of these!

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  2. Honestly, I did not expect Christmas to be this beautiful in Hong Kong. I had always thought that Singapore leads the way in decorations. Now I think it's HK!

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  3. Very useful list for any potential visitors to Hong Kong. Never realised that Christmas was celebrated with such gusto in Hong Kong

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    1. Oh yeah, many people from nearby countries travels to Hong Kong for Christmas! Well even myself, hehhehehe

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  4. My cousin's kids would love it. Nice exhibitions

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    1. Thank you! Even adults too because its instagrammable.

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  5. Christmas seems alive and well in Hong Kong! I'd love to re-visit the city and plan to next year.

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  6. Oh how beautiful. I love looking at other countries who celebrate Christmas

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  7. I'm living in the wrong area of the world. There's nothing to do here. Guess that means I need to visit Hong Kong so I can find fun (free) things to do.

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    1. Hahaha maybe you need to have a little Asian adventure. Hong Kong is the best stop for first-timers in Asia, because it is a very diverse city. You'll gonna love it here.

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  8. Awesome pics! And I see Star Wars has joined Christmas in Hong Kong too. (Same here in SG)

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  9. These are very beautiful and adorable Christmas themes.The Little Twin Star and Precious Moments is so cute.

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    1. My bestfriend likes it as well :D very girly!

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  10. These spots look absolutely adorable! I wish they had some of them in the US!

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    1. But you already have the grand Disneyland!

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  11. These are some awesome celebrations! I was honestly stuck on Spongebob though.

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  12. Our boys would LOVE the Christmas in Space exhibit. It's definitely worth checking out.

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    1. That would be fantastic Dana, thank you for visiting!

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  13. This is what I love most about Hong Kong - it´s being wonderfully cosmopolitan than even various foreign elements of Christmas can meld seamlessly. :)

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    1. I agree. And whoever says that Hong Kong is boring, just doesn't know how to be in Hong Kong per se.
      Thanks for visiting Rye!

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  14. Thank you very much for an such an an informative article. I love the Christmas in space and Star wars. I like Magical Christmas at Landmark also.

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    1. The Magical Christmas in Landmark is one of the huge exhibition last Christmas. Landmark always makes extravagant exhibitions for their customers delight.

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  15. These scenes of a lively, vibrant and cheerful Christmas in Hong Kong are enough to indicate how the city celebrates this joyous festival. What a great idea to just wander from one spot to the other, comparing the decor.

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    1. Thank you Punita. Hope you can visit Hong Kong soon!

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  16. i love it. The sponge bob displays are my favorite. Every thing is so creative. My second favorite is the yarn display. They all look so HUGE!

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    1. Hahaha I agree and thank you for liking them!

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  17. I never would have guessed there were so many Christmas scenes in one city. What an awesome thing to get to see!

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    1. You can have a whole tour and not spending hundreds of bucks like in Disneyland. Oh the Disneyland HK is not yet included in my list!

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  18. looks like some nice christmas installations near you

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  19. Oh wow! Christmas is so very different in Hong Kong! I love how fun and hip it looks!

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  20. That's a super cool list! As a budget traveler, this would be so useful for someone like me who'd like to experience the local feel, yet not spend a fortune in it!

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    1. That's right! And experience a huge city museum :D

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  21. You're the real mvp for including maps for each location. I'm pinning this!

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  22. There is truly a lot to do in Hon Kong during Christmas. I love that these are all free. I really would like to visit with my family.

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    1. Thank you and hope you guys enjoy! I will post another sets of exhibition, but this time for the Chinese New Year!

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  23. Star War Christmas was really cute. I like all the unique designs.

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  24. Really beatufil, it is amazing how much creativity these installations display! Hong Kong is a fun place to visit.

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    1. Yes. I'm excited for the Chinese New Year exhibitions.

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  25. so many great things to see there , how very cool all the lights look

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    1. You should visit Hong Kong next time Angie :D

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  26. What a fun place to be during Christmas. I'd love to travel to different areas to see how everyone decorates for this holiday.

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