December 2018 to December 2019
The Mills is a newly opened centre dedicated to the history of textiles, one of old Hong Kong's most important industries. The old cotton-spinning factory has been transformed into a hipster hub that is definitely worth the trek to see. Free tours will be available three times weekly, starting next week.
Fri - Sat
November 2019 to December 2019
This Christmas, why not start putting together some fun and educational toys for those less fortunate than you? Gather your friends and collect goods together for a great cause.
Fri - Wed
Various drop off points around Hong Kong
Hong Kong's largest outdoor cinema event will be screening 16 classics, From Home Alone to Frozen, over 15 nights, that will get you ready for the winter season.
Wed - Sun
Hong Kong Observation Wheel
Think Maleficent was a clever origin story? That's nothing. This year for their annual panto, Hong Kong Players presents a take on Sleeping Beauty like you've never seen before! Be ready to sing, dance and boo the baddie as the cast take you on an incredible theatrical journey.
Thu - Sun
Hong Kong Arts Centre
Get your tickets to this year's AIA Carnival and enjoy all the new and returning attractions, games, and entertainment. One of the highlights, from Britain, is the Great Circus of Europe, which is returning to Hong Kong for the third year with brand-new acts.
Thu - Mon
Central Harbourfront Event Space
What: HK Ballet presents the world's most popular festive ballet in time for Christmas. Join Clara, Fritz, and the Nutcracker on a magical adventure as they battle the evil Rat King.
Thu - Sun
Hong Kong Cultural Centre
What: Creamfields Hong Kong is back at a new venue which will take the popular music festival outdoors for the first time. This year, music heavyweights DJ Snake, key4050 and Illenium will lead an epic line-up of 30 well-known artists and DJs.
Sat - Sun
December 2019 to February 2020
What: Watch the impossible become possible in a heart-pounding thrill show for families, featuring more than 25 experienced performers from around the world as part of the AIA Great European Carnival.
Thu - Sun
What: Tai Kwun's upcoming Let's Do Lunch exhibition examines the lives of Central's workers outside the office, and explores how the district's unique lunch culture helps bring together diverse groups of people.
Fri - Sat
What: Would you rather enjoy a delicious meal or go running? What if we said you could do both at the same time? The Hong Kong Streetathon is a race in which participants can enjoy tasty Hong Kong snacks at refreshment points along the route. There is also an entire food carnival waiting for them at the finish line. The event includes a...
Kwun Tong Bypass, route along Kwun Tong District and Kowloon City District