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Best places to buy Christmas decorations in Hong Kong

Time to bust out the fairy lights!

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Time Out Hong Kong
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With just a little over a month to go until Christmas Day, it's time to untangle those Christmas lights, blast the speakers with festive tunes (sing it Mariah), and get decorating! And if you're looking to get your hands on some unique decorations to zhuzh up your pad this year, you've come to the right place. From the affordable to a little more extravagant, we've picked out some of the best places to get your festive ornaments this year.

RECOMMENDED: Looking for more than just decorations? Give your home a makeover and pay a visit to Hong Kong’s best furniture and homeware shops.

Hong Kong’s best Christmas shops

The Lion Rock Press
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The Lion Rock Press

Pay tribute to your local roots with these awesome Christmas decorations that feature a Hong Kong twist. Lion Rock Press, best known for its Hong Kong-themed greeting cards and merchandise, has a collection of festive ornaments that celebrate the culture and icons of our fragrant harbour. You can hang up the Star Ferry, a bowl of wonton noodles, or even some egg waffles on your tree, and wrap your gifts in paper decorated with animals and dim sum!

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  • Prince Edward

This monster florist occupies a large chunk of space in the Mong Kok Flower Market, offering every kind of bud and plant imaginable. Brighten is a hugely popular port of call when it comes to getting your Christmas tree but the store also stocks a wide range of holiday decorations as well. Take your pick of snowmen plushies, fake gingerbread houses, nutcrackers, and a world of festive ornaments. They’re all pretty affordable too.

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  • Causeway Bay

The extensive Christmas collection at Francfranc is both fun and chic at the same time. It's got all your must-haves from your basic desktop trees – which comes in a set with ornaments, beaded chains, LED lights, ribbons, and more – to gorgeous and lush wreaths to hang on your door. The range of ornaments alone is dizzying, they go from classy glass baubles to funky spaceships or even Santa in yoga pants. It’s nearly impossible to walk out empty-handed.

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  • Kowloon Bay

Let's face it, you can't go wrong with getting Christmas decor from Ikea. Check out their recently launched collection of Christmas and home living products this year, featuring a range of eco-friendly trees and ornaments including a handcrafted tree made with 100 percent bamboo!

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  • Causeway Bay

If there’s one place you can trust to have quirky artisan gifts and festive decorations, it’s Log-on. They’ve got a solid range of classic decor, including fairy lights, music boxes, glass ornaments with a set of mini ornaments inside (it’s like orn-ception), and much more. 

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  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Best known for its quirky and irreverent style, Typo often uses a dash of humour and quaint graphics to add some extra personality to everyday items. So you can expect the same with its Christmas collection with things like gingerbread man-shaped marquee lights, ornaments of a sloth in a Christmas jumper and tons of fairy lights to hang around the house. Don’t miss their hilarious greeting cards too.

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