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Winter in Hong Kong is special because the usually busy city turns into a fairy tale world, full of hopes and dreams.

 

Sipping hot chocolate


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What better way to spend a nice winter holiday than sipping a hot cup of cocoa? Nothing beats the feeling of hot, sweet chocolate warming up your winter days in Hong Kong, which ranges between 15 and 20 degrees. Perfect for a cup of warm smooth chocolate!

Here’s some great ideas:

- Lobby Lounge of Intercontinental Hong Kong

18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

- Artisan Garden Cafe

23 Po Tuck St, Sai Wan, Hong Kong

Go ice-skating

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There are plenty of ice-skating rinks all over Hong Kong, with special lessons available for those of you who want to learn. So why not ask your date for a little skating session? It’s romantic and when you fall, you have someone to hold on to! There are usually whole-day passes on weekdays and you can pay with your reliable Octopus card!

Here’s some great ideas:

- Cityplaza Ice Palace

1111 King’s Rd, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong

- The Rink at Element

1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong

Gulp down some glögi

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If this article sounds like a guide to achieving hygge in Hong Kong, please bear with us. In wintertime, glögi or mulled wine is a perfect companion for these reasons: it’s spicy, contains alcohol, and is served warm. Originally, glögi was used to revive messengers and postmen who travelled on horseback in Scandinavia. There you go! Head up to the Peak Lookout and let the warmth of glögi permeate your entire body while your eyes are treated to an amazing view of the Hong Kong skyline.

- The Peak Lookout

121 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong

Design Exhibition

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Of course, we haven’t forgotten art lovers! Set from December 6-8 in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, DesignInspire is a place for all things creative, where you can be inspired by global creative elites, design brands, designs associations, and institutes that showcase their talent through a variety of interactive installations, novel ideas, design products, and projects. If you want to know more, check out the website!

www.hktdc.com

Watch a Christmas show

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From December 14 to 26, the enchanting Christmas show of The Nutcracker will be playing at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, where you can watch little Clara as snowflakes billow, flowers waltz, and the valiant Nutcracker battles the wicked Rat King to reunite with his ballerina love. Tchaikovsky’s memorable score contains some of the most beautiful music written for ballet. Treat your eyes this winter to an unforgettable performance!

www.hkballet.com

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