With so many pop-up stores and markets opening, we know it'll be hard to make up your mind which to visit. Don't worry. We've done all the hard work, and chosen the best four.
Date: December 6-22 (Tue-Fri: 2pm to 8pm; Sat-Sun: noon-6pm)
Venue: 1/F, 52 Gage Street, Sheung Wan
Get up to speed with Hong Kong's fashion scene here! The gallery's festival event features nine creative types, including PlayBack Handmade Accessories (its founder Chan Po-fung's good at turning trash into fab fashion items), NOTHINGLASTSFOREVER (their leather baseball-shaped coins bag is a must-have for boys) and Swallow Up (their clocks with comic-and-poem-inspired illustrations are really lovely).
Date: December 7 (10am-5pm)
Venue: The Vine Centre, 29 Burrows Street, Wan Chai
Date: December 15 (10am-5pm)
Venue: Discovery Bay Main Plaza
Expect scrumptious nibbles, handmade accessories and beauty products, fun games and more from the 250 stalls. We recommend you check out Forbidden Beans' decadent chocolate cups topped with caramelised bananas, Every Little Thing's Christmas-themed bookmarks and cutesy cable holders, and Nicework's sausage-dog-shaped leather handbag.
Date: December 8 (10am-6pm)
Venue: The Space, 210 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
Entry fee: HK$20
It's a foodie haven. You'll have a blast sampling artisanal bread, organic snacks and sweet apple pies, while selecting the best to take home to your family and friends.
Happy Cow's gluten-freeice cream made with coconut milk and Sesame Kitchen's chickpea miso are well-worth trying.
Date: December 7-8 (Sat: 11.30am-9pm; Sun: 11am to 8pm)
Venue: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School Of Creativity, 135 Junction Road, Kowloon City
The two-day event is not only for bookworms and poets. With more than 150 booths selling one-of-a-kind handicrafts, you'll be able to tick a few gifts off the shopping lists.
You can find 2014 calendars with Japanese ink paintings at Wordist's booth, or have a seal custom-made in Chinese, or Western style, by Sealing Stone DIY Studio.