Hong Kong’s top Christmas fairs

Get a headstart on your holiday shopping. We’ve only got six weeks to go!

NOV 5
Clearwater Bay School
Clearwater Bay School will hold its 25th Anniversary International Fair to recognise the cultural diversity of the school. Packed with various stalls selling goods, dance performances, bands, fashion shows and games. Tickets $50 available at the door. Available to ESF families only. 1-5pm. Lot 235, DD229, Clearwater Bay Road, 2358 3221, cwbs.edu.hk

NOV 6
Sai Kung Sunday Market
Shop your way through over 50 vendors selling a range of jewellery, fine wines, arts and crafts and handmade products. Held at Hong Kong Academy, 11am-5pm. For more information visit www.saikungmarkets.com

NOV 6
Jewish Women’s Association Annual Charity Bazaar
Shop clothes, homewares, cosmetics, toys and more. Take ID for admission. Free admission for children, $30 for adults. All proceeds go to charity. 10am-5pm. Island School, 20 Borrett Road, Mid-levels, jwa.org.hk

NOV 15
The American Club
Local and international high-end vendors. Open to members, guests and RSVP. 10am-6pm, 28 Tai Tam Road, Vista Ballroom. Credit cards accepted. For more information, contact shoppinghongkong@gmail.com

NOV 17
Sai Kung Sampler
In the run up to Christmas, there will be a display of stalls set up by local businesses at Casa near the seafront. Stalls include Not Only Olives, Ladies Who Lunch fashion, EEK Toys and more. 11am-5pm. Coffee and prosecco available. For more information, call Claire Brownless on 6100 0253.

NOV 19
Chinese International School Fair
This year’s theme is “CIS United: Building Community,” showcasing the school community’s charitable service work. Highlights include a vintage clothing stall, bake sale, secondhand book sale, plus games, prizes and lots of food. Free entry.
10am-4pm, 1 Hau Yuen Path, Braemar Hill, North Point, www.cisfair.com

NOV 19
The HK French Catholic Community annual Christmas Fair and Garage Sale
Need to get rid of unwanted toys and books and make a bit of space (and cash) for Christmas? Head here. Reserve your spot for $200 in aid of charities Mayaa Nepal and PSE. No need to pre book, simply bring your blanket to mark out your space. All unsold items must be removed at the end of the day. 3.30-6pm, Rosary Hill School, 41B Stubbs Road, Wan Chai.

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Prestige Fairs at The Conrad

NOV 21 & 29, DEC 8 & 14
Conrad Fairs
Hundreds of stalls selling gifts and lifestyle products on November 21, followed by The Pre-Christmas Gift Parade which features international pop-up shops selling jewellery, stationery, food, beauty products and more on November 29. The Christmas Gift Showcase and The Christmas Gift Festival follow in December. Free admission. 10am- 8pm. Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hotel, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, www.prestigefairs.hk

NOV 23
Kee Club Annual Holiday Bazaar
Shop Hong Kong’s best brands under one glamourous roof. This year’s event spans both oors of KEE, with an all day “dim sum” bar and plenty of mulled wine, minced pies and tunes to get you into the holiday spirit. This year’s charity partner is Room to Read. Free admission and open to the public. 11am to 8pm, KEE Club, 32-40 Wellington Street, Central

NOV 26
German Swiss International School
Compete in fun and challenging games, snack on a mix of German and Asian delicacies and groove to live music at GSIS’ Christmas Bazaar. The bazaar supports the charitable efforts of the school’s senior students. 10am-4pm. Free entry. Peak campus, 22 Guildford Road, The Peak, mygsis.gsis.edu.hk

Fayre of St. John's 2015
Fayre of St. John’s 2015

DEC 1
The Fayre of St. John’s
Raise fund for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre at the magnificent St. John’s Cathedral with an evening of carols, mince pies, mulled wine and performances from some of Hong Kong’s noted celebrities and singers. Tickets start from $2,500 and can be purchased by making a direct donation to Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre.

DEC 1-2
Fringe Club
This annual event is packed with local and international high-end vendors. Anita Chan Lai Gallery, G/F. Open to the public. Credit cards accepted.12-7pm, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central. For more information, contact shoppinghongkong@gmail.com

DEC 3
French International School
The school’s Christmas fair returns with a kids’ wonderland, festive refreshments and over 35 stalls for all your Christmas shopping needs. Plus, a surprise visit from Santa. 34 Price Road, Jardine’s Lookout, 2577 6217, www.fis.edu.hk

DEC 2
Quarry Bay School
Run by Quarry Bay School’s parents, the Christmas Winter Fayre will include an international food stall where you’ll nd delicacies from around the world. Don’t miss the lucky draw, games stalls and special performances. Tickets $10 per person. 5.30-8.30pm, 6 Hau Yuen Path, Braemar Hill, North Point, 2566 4242, qbs.edu.hk

DEC 3
Island School
Celebrating its 50th year, Island School is hosting a “Island 5-0” winter arts festival. On top of international food hall, craft beer stalls, and games, there will be performances by students and alumni, music, drama, dance and visual arts will be on display which is available for visitors to interact and participate in. 3-10pm. Entry $20. 20 Borrett Road, Mid-levels, 2524 7135, island.edu.hk

DEC 9
King George V School
Alongside Kowloon Junior School and Jockey Club Sarah Roe School, the KGV Christmas fair will feature food and drinks stalls with the highlight of the night being the carol concert where student musicians and singers will perform Christmas classics. Stalls open at 5pm, concert starts at 6pm at KGV’s Piazza. 2 Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin, 2711 3029, www.kgv.edu.hk

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