‘Tis The Season to Shop and Dine

‘Tis The Season to Shop and Dine

Opening Hours

Please refer to shops & restaurants' opening hours

Location

Tai Kwun

Overview

Visitors can indulge in a festive feast, or a shopping spree as tempting decorated offerings from over 25 outlets found inside Tai Kwun are waiting to be discovered.


Food & Beverage

  

Aaharn

Aaharn Festive Tasting Menu

14.12.2021 - 01.01.2022

 

Between Coffee

BETWEEN Festive Set and Limited Dishes 

01.12 - 31.12.2021

 

Café Claudel

Café Claudel Christmas Specials

01.12 - 31.12.2021

  

Madame Fù - Grand Café Chinois

Madame Fù Christmas set menu

Please inquire about the details with the merchant

  

PAZTA

IMPRESSIONI DI SICILIA 

01.11 - 07.12.2021

   

The Dispensary

Golden Christmas Cocktail

15.12 - 31.12.2021

    


Shops

  

112mountainyam

Chongming Fabric Handweaving Coaster Workshop

01.12 - 31.12.2021

 

bonart

Air Plant String Art Workshop

01.12 - 31.12.2021

 

LockCha Tea Shop

Christmas Flower Tea Gift Set 

01.11 - 31.12.2021

   

Phoenix Sweet

2021 Fairy Christmas

22.11 - 31.12.2021

 

TASCHEN

Mark the Book with Festive Joy

01.12 - 26.12.2021

   

Touch Ceramics

Contemporary Kintsugi Aesthetics Christmas Workshop

16, 19, 25, 26.12.2021

  

  


‘Tis The Season to Celebrate

Nothing evokes the Christmas spirit quite like the sight of a decked out and dazzling Christmas tree, covered from top to bottom with sparkling ornaments. The magic starts in the centre of Parade Ground, with a 12-metre tall the Giving Tree from The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Whether you’re looking for the best place in town to snap your Christmas family photo or just looking for a beautiful addition to your Instagram, the Giving Tree which symbolises hope, health and happiness, is the best place to create memories with your loved ones.

Date: 6 December 2021 – 2 January 2022
Venue: Parade Ground

‘Tis The Season For Giving

Gifting never felt so good. Give back more this year by purchasing a themed ornament as a special gift to friends and family while supporting a good cause. Limited to 10,000 pieces and in three versions, each ornament represents a gift of hope, health and happiness. Members of the public can purchase these meaningful ornaments online from 7 December and collect them at Tai Kwun from 20 December. All sales proceeds, along with a matching donation by The Hong Kong Jockey Club, will go to The Community Chest of Hong Kong.

More details to be announced in early December.

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