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Let’s Go! Festive Family Outings in Hong Kong

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Don’t want to stay in with your kids but not sure where to go this Christmas? We have the full scoop on all the fun and festive things to do this Christmas break in Ocean Park, Discovery Bay and Disneyland. They’re of course super kid-friendly, and all offer loads of activities, rides, games, food and more to ensure a fun time is had by all. (Even the most energetic kid will be satisfied!)

Christmas Outside with Kids

DIY Christmas Cakes
Kids will learn how to add different chocolate pieces on a white cream cake to create panda or snowman designs! Also, includes Whiskers Gingerbread, Panda Gingerbread and seasonal Yule Log Cakes – yummy!

Christmas Menus
Visit Neptune’s Restaurant for a 3-course Christmas set. The feast starts with Deep-fried Scallops with Mango Salad or Cream of Pumpkin with Sweet Corn; Roasted Tom Turkey with Honey Glazed Bone Ham, or Roast Tom Turkey with Grilled Beef Tenderloin; and Chestnut Mille-Feuille as dessert.

Ocean Park’s various restaurants will also offer a specially designed Christmas Kids Menu, plus a Christmas gift included.

Christmas And Thrill Mountain Merchandise – Perfect For Holiday Gifts
Tons of great gifts, including scarves and gloves featuring lovable kinkajou and giant panda characters. 

Light Twinkle Twinkle Christmas Light Show
A brand new Christmas spectacular on Aqua City’s Lagoon.

Nutcracker Christmas City
Features a 40-foot tall Christmas tree and a 3-metre tall Whisker dressed as a nutcracker.

Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony; Santa’s Elf Secret Factory and Santa’s Christmas Hideaway
Every evening and every day — for kids and families to ensure a heart-warming Christmas filled with enchantment and excitement for those staying in HK.

Visit Ocean Park’s website to learn more.


Vintage Fairytale Christmas
This year, the largest oceanfront alfresco dining hotspot in Hong Kong – D Deck in DB – has been transformed into a traditional European Christmas town with spectacular festive decorations.

Wooden Nutcrackers
There is a mini European garden near Discovery Bay Pier, featuring six, 2-metre (about 7 feet) tall wooden Nutcrackers, vintage street lamps, Christmas trees, an elegant arch bridge and a British postbox.

You can get a 12-inch wooden Christmas Nutcracker for free with a spending of HK$500 or above at the 12 designated restaurants1 at D Deck on 24 to 27 December, 31 December 2011 and 1 January 2012.

Consumption: Lunch or Dinner. 
Redemption Counter: ‘D Deck Free Ferry Service Counter’ (located next to Pacific Coffee near Discovery Bay Pier).

Violins and Christmas Carols
Violinists will roam around different restaurants at D Deck playing Christmas music to create the perfect mood. 

Date: 24 to 27 December 2011. 
Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm
. Venue: D Deck restaurants


British Postbox to Send Christmas Cards
Pop your greeting cards and Santa Wish Lists into a traditionally English red postbox. Santa Claus or Santa girls will dispatch a set of Christmas postcards (with four special designs) will help send your greetings out (local mail only and not applicable to other kinds of mail). This unique and collectable set of postcards will be available from 24 to 27 Dec 2011 randomly.

Santa Pix
Get the kids to take photos with Santa Claus and Santa girls in Discovery Bay.

 Date: 24 to 27 December 2011
. Time: 12noon to 3pm and 6:30pm to 9:30pm
. Venue: European Garden outside Discovery Bay Pier


Christmas Family Kingdom
Plenty of interactive games will be on offer for your kids, such as “Crystal Ball”, “Jump & Stick”, “Bouncy Castle”, “Royal Orchestra” and “Creative Corner”. Come to enjoy fun-filled activities this Christmas with your kids at DB North Plaza. 

Date: 24 to 27 December 2011
. Time: 12noon to 5pm
. Venue: DB North Plaza.

Christmas Yummies
D Deck restaurants will prepare different kinds of Christmas cuisine for you, including German (Berliner), French (22 ° North), Mexican (Caramba Mexican Cantina), Caribbean barbecue (Hemingway’s by the Bay), Japanese (Kiraku Tei), Korean (Korean Restaurant), Thai (Koh Tomyums), Asian and European (ZAKS), Irish Pub / Indian (McSorley’s Ale House), bookstores and cafes (Dymocks & Gallery Café) and Spanish (Cafe Duvet).
After enjoying Christmas dinner with your loved ones, you can walk along D Deck promenade and Tai Pak Beach to enjoy watching the Disney fireworks from afar.

Free Ferry Rides
Don’t forget to pick up your free ferry ride back to Central after a sumptuous meal at D Deck. Simply present your HK$100 receipt from any of the 12 designated restaurants at “D Deck Free Ferry Service Counter”.

For more info,, email to [email protected], [email protected] or call 3651-2345.


Main Street USA
Meet Mickey and the rest of the gang on Main Street, USA, as they enjoy the magical wonders of the whimsical decorations. This year, Woody and Jessie will also be in town as a new attraction! Great photo ops!

Lights, Camera, Action!
When night falls, Minnie, Goofy and Santa Mickey ride into Main Street USA on their elegant sleigh to watch the night transform into a Christmas fantasy of lights. Dancers and snowflakes will add to the enchantment together with a dazzling finale of Pyrotechnics at Tinker Bell’s Castle.

Party Time!
Santa Mickey and his friends will bring their favourite toys to life as they parade along the street. In town for Christmas will be Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale. Don’t miss them!

Eat, Drink and Be Merry!
Dinners, banquets and tea parties – Disneyland has Christmas dining for everyone. And to cap it all off, there is a feast fit for kings with family and friends at the traditional Christmas Buffet in the Royal Banquet Hall from 23 December to 1st January.

Visit Hong Kong Disney’s website for the full scoop on all the festivities.

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