He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice…Make sure the kids get their Santa letters posted to the big man in time (and, get a reply!). Plus, print off an official “Nice Certificate” for your well behaved little elves!
Have your little ones sent Santa a letter yet? There’s still time to make the last post to the North Pole! We’ve got a cute, printable, template to make things simple for you this year: your own completely free Dear Santa Letter template! We’ve also got a rather official-looking Nice List Certificate that we reckon will look fabulously festive, wherever you choose to display it. Plus, it’ll get your kids to think about their behaviour this year – a bit of reflection is always a good thing!
Make sure to check in on the recently updated last postal dates in Hong Kong, get your Christmas tree sorted, or visit one of the many festive fairs and markets or displays in the city. Perhaps you need some gift inspiration for all the family? It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
We would love to see what creative things your kids say in their letters…so post your pics on Instagram and tag us at @sassymamahk with the hashtag #sassymamahk!
Posting Letters To Santa In Hong Kong
Once your little elves have finished their letters, pop them in an envelope with a $2 stamp (and include a self-addressed, stamped envelope back to yourself) and address them to:
Santa Claus, North Pole, c/o Hong Kong Post
Make sure to do this by Tuesday, 14 December 2021 to receive a reply from the big man himself!
And just because we know your little ones will want to know if they made it onto Santa’s nice list, download our Official Nice List Certificate, to help calm their nerves before the big day.
Happy holidays – here’s to no lumps of coal in the stocking this year!
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in November 2019 and updated in 2021.