Look no further – this is the end all, be all of Christmas gift guides! Whether you’re fresh out of ideas of what to get for your other half, your picky friend, that colleague that you’ve only greeted in passing and suddenly have to get a Secret Santa gift for, or the person who told you ‘not to bother getting a present’ for them, we’ve found and aggregated a bunch of local brands in Hong Kong creating awesome thinggs.
To be a brand these days, you almost need to be labelled as sustainable, and lots of these small companies fit the letter. Artwork, Christmas treat sets, conscious jewellery, baby’s goods, HK-themed homeware, and ways to capture memories… we’ve got you sorted. Discover our ultimate Christmas gift guide.
Our Top Picks
Karen Aruba Art — Hand-carved Mahjong Wall Art
Karen Aruba Art comes from a longstanding line of mahjong craftsmanship. The artist’s grandfather made a living making the sets and her father is one of the last few craftsmen in Hong Kong. The Hand-Carved Mahjong with Golden Touch Wall Art featuring the ‘Grand 4 Happiness’ winning hand, is made of tiles hand-carved by her father and hand-painted with genuine Dragon Mark 99% gold leaf by Karen. The frame is accented with her original sparrow and floral illustrations. The lucky wall art (individual mahjong tiles are also available for purchase) has newly launched at M+ museum shop’s ‘Hong Kong’ corner, a testament to the classic game’s lasting contribution to Hong Kong’s culture. Indeed, hand-carved mahjong is on the official list of Intangible Cultural Heritages. Karen Aruba Art also has other Christmas-themed mahjong gift sets available on her Etsy page.
Liz Fry Design — Hong Kong LED Canvas
Liz Fry Design creates sustainable homeware like bamboo cups, tea towels, candles, and reusable face masks, all bearing motifs of Hong Kong culture. All her designs revolve around limited run collections (with the goal of limiting wasted resources), with each collection featuring one design from another local artist. The goal is to recreate simple moments encountered in everyday life in Hong Kong: a midday cup of bubble tea, the butcher shop’s iconic red lamps, the tiles on Temple Street. The LED Canvas was inspired by a moment when the sunshine shone through one of Liz’s prints, making the image glow. With lovingly created symbols of Hong Kong culture, the ‘Quintessentially HK’, ‘LOVE Siu Mai’, and ‘Java Road’ LED Canvases are meant to subtly light up a room or simply enhance the atmosphere of your space.
Louise Hill Design — Hong Kong Canvas Print
Chaotic, vibrant, with a dash of addictive cultural grit – this is how Louise Hill describes her time in Hong Kong, also reflected in her ‘Hong Kong City Lights’ print. With neon signs, minibuses, and trams playfully manned by Bruce Lee and a deity statue all crammed together with little more than an inch of space between them, Louise hopes to rouse the same feeling one gets standing on a Hong Kong street: of life, right in your face; everyone and everything jostling for a bit of space. A compilation of Louise’s own images, the print welcomes a long study. If you look carefully, you’ll find postboxes, multiple instances of the lucky number 8, a ding ding driver’s tea flask prepped for his tea break, and the classic Golden Dragon Mahjong neon sign.
Xmas Gifts For All
Nick Gleitzman photographs — Hong Kong Panoramic Prints
Beautiful photographic prints of Hong Kong make the perfect gifts this Christmas – for someone you care about, or just for yourself! From sweeping panoramic cityscapes to the smallest details, Nick’s images capture the colours, textures and moods of this vibrant city for memories that will last for decades.
Resolar — Eco-friendly Sunglasses
Resolar creates on-trend sunglasses for all ages from general plastic waste and plastic bottles from China. Each pair of glasses is made from 3 to 4 recycled bottles, and 1% of all sales go to international plastic clean-up causes. With styles appropriate for those going for a more classic aviator look, to those looking for unconventional colours and animal prints, Resolar makes eye protection a statement.
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Aoyama Notebooks — Gift a set of four beautifully hand-sewn notebooks, following the Japanese tradition, designed and created by Hong Kong based Alice Miquel. The set represents Hong Kong with striking colours and gorgeous motifs.
Hong Kong Notebooks, HK$220
Belinda Bath Images — Belinda Bath’s distinctive and stylish photo montage designs capture those all important memories of Hong Kong life and for a truly cherished gift you can even get it customized!
Ombre Moss, Starting from HK$3,700
Chasing Threads — For your jet setting friend, this is the perfect present – mapping their adventures as they go by cross stitching! We absolutely love the vegan metallic passport cover.
Gift Something — For a truly magical Christmas present, check out this festive gift box that has gorgeous ornaments, divine candles, and luscious soaps and hand creams.
Festive Fairytale Gift Box, HK$486
Gifts Less Ordinary — This marketplace has everything that you could imagine, but we particularly love this personalized Christmas ornament – a holiday gift that will be cherished by all.
Personalized Geometric Glitter Bauble, HK$201.41
Mayo Ong Art — A colourful, unconventional typography take on a map of the SAR. Playful hand-drawn typeface delineates each of Hong Kong’s 18 districts, bays, and islets faithfully.
Coloured Hong Kong Typography Map, HK$1,030
Pinyin Press — With a focus on Asian culture and high-quality craftsmanship, a shop inspired by everyday life in China celebrates the culture and traditions of Asia. Home accessories, lifestyle products, and gifts for your family and friends can be found here.
Dumpling Dog Jacket, HK$190
Plantation — A tea shop that was founder by a team of tea lovers. If you are a tea lover, you might want to book a tasting, explore a vast range of teas, and bring some home with you.
Winter FestiviTEA Gift Set, HK$198
Qraftie — Qraftie is an online marketplace for handmade goods, crafts, and art by independent creators in Hong Kong. Find unique Christmas gifts like these wine glasses that can be customized with names.
Custom Wine Glasses, HK$299
Soap Yummy — Small batch, packaging-free body and face soaps, this Christmas gift set comes in a trio of delicious scents perfect for invoking memories of the holidays: Apple Pie, Let It Snow, and Wood Cottage.
Christmas Gift Set, HK$300
Sugar Snap Prints — Sugar Snap offers a unique snapshot of Hong Kong with this typography map. Coated with UV and waterproof protection to make sure it is a long-term living room focal point.
Hong Kong Typographic Map Canvas, HK$1,400
Sweet Boutique de Tony Wong — This Christmas gift box from Tony Wong’s patisserie is stuffed full of Brunsli chocolate almond, earl gray, sea salt chocolate, cinnamon cookies, meringues, and papillons.
Festive Deluxe, HK$388
The Candle Company — Light up your Christmas with this handmade, lucious and deep, berry, amber and orange scented candle, with original artwork from Hong Kong artist, Shann Larsson.
The Quiet Place Art — With an extensive Hong Kong inspired art list, you will find a print that both you and your Secret Santee will adore.
Your Outsourced Kitchen — With recipes in English and Tagalog contributed by some of Hong Kong’s leading chefs of Grass Roots Pantry, Bombay Dreams and Jinjuu, this will make a for a great gift for a budding chef.
Your Outsourced Kitchen, HK$888
Yu Kwen Yick — For a taste of Hong Kong, look no further than the famous Yu Kwen Yick Chili Sauce! It adds a little spice and flavour of home in every bite.
Yu Kwen Yick Chili Sauce, HK$55
Zest of Asia — Playful presents inspired by the objects of Hong Kong life. The tea towels, napkins, table placement, and tableware are all printed with different objects related to Hong Kong.
Xmas Gifts For Women
Podarona — Gift Sets For Her
For the perfect fuss-free gift option, Podarona curates gift boxes for any occasion filled with locally made products. The Tea Time gift hamper is wonderful as a quarantine pick-me-up or Christmas present, with a special tea blend, handmade jam and cookies, ceramic cup, teaspoon, and Paper-Roses’ Lucky Cat tea towel, all readily packaged in a gift box.
A New Leaf — Plant Based Jewellery
Formerly Lantau Ren, A New Leaf is jewellery borne out of being immersed in nature on Lantau. Working directly with Thai jewellery artisans, founder Shirley Johnson creates “plant based” pieces such as the Self Love Filigree Earrings. The veins of rubber fig leaves have been carefully plated with 24K gold to create a truly one-of-a-kind gift.
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Afresh by Apple — Locally-based and freshly-made products with natural ingredients, Afresh offers comprehensive skincare products. Their cleansing milk series is great for Hong Kong weather.
Antonia Y. Jewelry — Australian-HK jewellery designer Antonia makes subtle statement pieces, made for layering. This gold chain bracelet with a hexagon gemstone is perfect for wearing to any occasion.
Iolite Hexagon Bracelet, HK$850
Barashka Wool — Instead of getting stocking fillers, gift the sock itself! This hand-knitted pure Merino Wool giant sock from Barashka Wool is beautiful and cosy.
Giant Santa Christmas Socks, HK$150
By Mamalaterre — Gift a Hong Kong inspired totebag, with fun and funky watercolour patterns printed on high quality textile, sure to be loved by all!
Tote Bag “Blue Skyline”, HK$210
Maven Watches — A watch is a timeless staple, the final touch of an outfit or its foundation piece. Local watchmaker Maven’s timepieces are made with Swiss movements and finished with Italian leather and a classy brushed metal bezel.
Dusty Olive 40mm, HK$1,335
Niin — On-trend jewellery made from upcycled natural materials and crystals. The Vida Round earrings are made with recovered abalone shells and wood, shaped in a circle to resemble the cycle of life.
Vida Round Pendant Earrings, HK$2,000
The 5th C — Their unique and luxurious fine jewellery, including bespoke options, which use beautiful and unusual diamonds and precious stones, will make any woman incredibly happy!
ESTELLE White Gold Diamond Bracelet, HK$27,500
Y2 Squared — A beautiful porthole mother of pearl jewelry set including necklace, earrings and bracelet is the perfect addition to anyone’s wardrobe.
Porthole Bundle, HK$400
Xmas Gifts For Men
Māzú Resortwear — Sustainable Apparel & Accessories
Comfortable, durable clothing inspired by the motifs, traditional colours, and textures of Hong Kong’s maritime history, Māzú apparel is for the sunlight-seekers. Specializing in clothes and accessories for men and boys, this lightweight mandarin collar shirt was created to be a wardrobe staple, made from sustainable linen and featuring the classic monkey fist knots and subtle junk boat sail iconography.
Maeli Studios — Fashion & Homeware
A collective of four Hong Kong women singing the praises of bringing a little more colour into our lives, Maeli Studios’ intricate designs celebrate the rainbow appeal on homeware, pocket squares, and more in limited batches, because their creativity is a rarity to be treasured. For the loved one in your life who brings tears to your eyes (happy ones), gift a Maeli silk pocket square.
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Rock Atoll — When you hold these sleep pants in your hands you’ll wonder how you went so long without them. These pajama bottoms are a must have to ensure you’re warm and comfy all winter long!
Puppy Love, HK$140
8Five2 — As Hong Kong’s first homegrown streetwear and skateboard shop, there are tons of options, hoodies, T-shirts, caps etc, for the trendy guy in your life.
Skateboard Things Crewneck, HK$480
Gusto Collection — To taste the finer things in life, without putting a big dent in your wallet, try their tasting collections, including Whisky, Gin, Spices, Teas and more.
12 Year Old Single Malts, HK$550
Haishang Swim — Using a 4-way stretch recycled plastic material, for extra comfort and sustainability, get their funky Hong Kong inspired swimming trunks.
Flashing Lights, HK$625 (US$80)
Jimix Store — For the chef in your life, a good set of knives can be a life changer. They elevate their cooking, and you get to eat their creations – a win win for both!
Pro-Balance Carving Knife Set, HK$1,020
Patinova — A local contemporary jewellery shop, where you can find a vast range of different jewellery that holds elements of old Hong Kong cultural style and icons.
Southern Chinese Lion Cufflinks, HK$1,980
Perfume Trees Gin — Gin infused with the smells of Hong Kong – sundried tangerine peel, smoking sandalwood incense – is there a better way to take in the city’s cultural essence?
Perfume Trees Gin (500 mL), HK$728
Sprue — Sprue is an HK-based bespoke furniture company – this coffee table with a cerulean blue hardwax imitating a river cracking through the desert is from a dream. For the interior designer, professional or not, in your life.
Maui Blue River Coffee Table, request a quote
Xmas Gifts For Teenagers
Tech-savvy teens will love Oculus Quest 2 (HK$2400) the popular VR headset from Facebook, while the Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker from Ortizan (HK$300) while be perfect for a day-out at the beach. HR Drone (HK$315) or a Ring Light (HK$315) will be appreciated by teenagers who love photography and social networks, while the 3D Galaxy Moon Lamp (HK$235) would easily decorate a bedroom. Crystal Growing sets (HK$315) are also trending this year and will please science fans.
Cool Charm and Collected — Handmade silver, Hong Kong inspired charms, including the ferry, tram, taxi and even dimsum, will charm the socks off any of the charm lovers in your life.
Hong Kong Taxi Charm, HK$210 (US$27)
Grew from Hands — Their adorable, trendy and OH SO HONG KONG, leather products will put a smile on any of the young people in your life.
Leather Egg Waffle Handle Bag, HK$1,480
Kacey Ko — Beautiful artwork to accompany your morning coffee, it will definitely be making each day a bit brighter. You have the option of the magic black cup or standard white mug.
Kacey Ko Mugs, HK$1,180
Lion Rock Press — Lion Rock Press go all out every holiday season, and they’ve done it again this year with fun and Hong Kong themed items for anyone on your Christmas list! This puzzle may just be the gift for your millennial and Gen Z friends.
Monocozzi — Stylish, light, noise isolating, sweatproof bluetooth earbuds. Colourways come in cool, classy marble and warm earth tones that pair effortlessly with your outfit and your devices.
Rupert & Bird — Eco friendly towels made using 22 recycled plastic bottles. Light weight, compact, full size, sand free, quick drying. The perfect guilt-free summer essential.
Eucalyptus / Emerald Green Towel, HK$380
Simon Robin Products — French architect Simon Robin makes jewellery, art, and tote bags inspired by Hong Kong’s nature and concrete jungles. This gold-plated necklace reveals HK’s grand skyline in negative.
HK Sky Gold Finish, HK$550-650
Teaddict — Make your own authentic HK-style milk tea with this DIY kit, which contains a mini teapot, milk pot, tea strainer, and milk pot. Production and packaging is 100% done in Hong Kong.
Thomas Williams Concept Art — ‘Tis the season for decorating trees, so why not buy one that lasts all year round. Can also be personalized to add that extra unique touch!
Jewelry Tree, HK$280
Xmas Gifts For Children
It’s hard to select just a few Christmas gift ideas for kids, so let’s go classic! The Water Doodle Mat (HK$ 190) and the Clips String Lights (HK$150) are perfect for the creative ones, the Guess in 10 games (HK$200) or a Microscope STEM Kit (HK$275) would be wise choices for studious children, while LOL Dolls or the Monobeach Princess Tent (HK$340) are among the best gifts for little girls.
Bookazine — Hong Kong’s English language community bookshop, where you can almost always find the book you didn’t know you were looking for. ‘The Christmas Pig’ is a full-colour hardback book about a boy and his newest Christmas toy.
The Christmas Pig, HK$280
CraftJunkie — Get crafty with this gorgeous upcycled DIY kit. And for every craft kit sold, CraftJunkieHK will donate to local homeless charity, ImpactHK.
DIY ‘HOME KONG’ Clock Craft Kit, HK$888
Enjoy Citizz — A colouring and activity book inspired by our favourite cities? Perfect present to keep the little ones busy while you enjoy your glass of wine!
Hong Kong Dolphinwatch — Catch a glimpse of the famous Hong Kong pink dolphins. Each Dolphin watching trip is about 4-5 hours, and also supports their conservation!
Dolphin Watching Trip, HK$560 (adult) and HK$280 (child)
Jane Karen Ho — Emi Takes Hong Kong is a wonderful journey across the sights of Hong Kong with lovely illustrations and beautiful storytelling.
Emi Takes Hong Kong, HK$110
Little Beans Toy Chest — A handmade felt book featuring the city’s best loved sights, foods and cultural festivals. Each page includes fine motor skills activities and mini games for hours of fun!
I Love Hong Kong Quiet Book, HK$357
Mulglee — Mulglee is a slow fashion brand for children, offering functional, comfortable clothing for moving in. This playful dress made from Japanese Seersucker cotton has a bold statement flower print and sweet ruffles.
Ruffled-Up Dress, HK$320
Odile and Odette — Adorable, durable charm bracelets crafted from 925 sterling silver and enamel, adjustable, so it can grow as your little one does. Comes to your door with complimentary delivery.
Petite, Ruby Red Heart Necklace, HK$328
Thorn and Burrow — For the future F1 drivers, gift a Hong Kong inspired push along toy. Made from sturdy wood that withstands pile-ups involved in toddler play, this makes a wonderful Christmas present.
Hong Kong Push Along Taxi Toy, HK$100
Wander with Nicole — A Hong Kong-inspired puzzle set that grows with the child. With three levels and egg tarts, lanterns and trams, your kids are going to love this!
Xmas Gifts For Babies
Amazon is a gold mine for gift ideas for the little ones. Baby Lil’ Critters Moosical (HK$ 120), Sit-To-Stand Learning Walker (HK$300), Mega Bloks (HK$ 120), My First Crayola Touch Lights (HK$160), Busy Learners Activity Cube (HK$160) or Baby Play Gym Mat 4 in 1 (HK$440) are among the best sellers and will surely make your babies happy and help them to develop.
Biscuitmoon Designs — Text art fans will love these stylish canvases, which are the perfect gift to customize for people of all ages, but for baby nurseries and playrooms in particular!
Floral Plaque Kids Name Print, HK$200
Cigogne Bebe — Creating eco-friendly, comfortable and stylish baby clothes, which are unbelievably adorable. there’s something for future space explorers, woodland creature lovers or Hong Kong enthusiasts!
Ganas Kids — Ridiculously adorable onesies, tees and kimonos for the newest baby in your family and friend group! And you can even get them personalized.
Little Days — Commemorate your child’s milestones for years to come with a 100% cotton blanket customized with their name and birth date. Wood accessories complete the milestone photo!
Moon & Stars Milestone Blanket, HK$780
Little Shoes Design — Locally grown Little Shoes makes small batches of booties and shoes for toddlers and babies in adorable, animal or season inspired designs and high quality, long-lasting leather.
Bear Booties, HK$284.09
Pepper & Mint Boutique — Hong Kong-themed soft baby shoes and blankets, in aww-worthy designs like dim sum and sushi. Made with breathable canvas linen and cotton so they feel as good as they look.
Good Fortune Mini Shoes, HK$198
Xmas Gifts For Couples
Eleanor McColl — Accessories & Homeware
If you’re looking for a wedding or house-warming gift, you may find it in HK-based artist Eleanor’s new Chroma collection of homeware and stationery. Emblazoned with bold lines and colours, the collection is an homage to Hong Kong’s aesthetic vibrancy, and is inspired by her original works of art and paintings. Both practical and beautiful, gift a new favourite shopping tote, apron, or set of tea cups for entertaining.
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Fiona Paton Designs For a boutique and high quality gift shopping experience, check out Fiona’s Hong Kong Style range. And you can even get customized gift options!
Double Luminaries, HK$190
Glue Associates — A homegrown brand with everything from lifestyle, homegoods, mens and womenswear and accessories, Glue captures the essence of Hong Kong, packaging it in a perfect Christmas present.
2gether Bracelet 24K gold, HK$1,120
kapok — This stunning polished 18K gold vermeil necklace will transport the wearer straight to the beaches of sunny Santorini – definitely where your loved ones want to be.
Temple of the Sun Santorini Necklace, HK$1,950
Stella Carena — Engrave a pet name or significant date onto a timeless nickel-free, sterling silver necklace, for yourself or to gift as a keepsake to a loved one.
Engraved Silver Heart Necklace, HK$284.38
Xmas Gifts For Friends
Hong Kong Trails — Hiking Gift Set
Perhaps best known for their Hong Kong hiking trail scratch maps which provide a satisfying way to tick off your completed hikes, this HK Trails gift set is for the active individual who lives by Frederic Gros’ words, “Walk alone, across mountains or through forests.” The set includes a backpack, scratch map, hiking towel, neck gaiter, and more.
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Aaronography — For anyone that’s left or leaving Hong Kong, you can get one of the incredible prints from Hong Kong native Aaron, who beautifully captures its soul.
Bustling Streets, HK$500
BeCandle — Gift your friends not just a candle but an experience! They can make their own christmas scented candle and also get a 400g Hand Blown Glass container.
Christmas Smells, HK$600 (early bird)
Bel-Zims Chocolatier — In this deluxe praline gift box of handmade Belgian chocolate, you’ll find 16 different delicious and unique flavours; a diverse gift to give to your family and friends during the Christmas season.
Deluxe Praline Gift Box, HK$358
Big Four HK — With the unique design of the four long Hong Kong trails, this Swiss made serving tray is an awesome Christmas present for any hiking fans.
Caelum Greene — Local athleisure and lifestyle brand Caelum Greene has some of our favourite workout wear, and they also do stylish accessories including these gorgeous yoga mats.
Dream Catcher Yoga Mat, $1,100
Chan Yi Ting — Local artist Yi Ting bases her works on mysticism, self-exporation, and healing. This woodblock print depicting the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, is both haunting and hopeful.
Aurora II Relief Print, HK$1,100
Ciaolink — Artist Megumi Takami takes her memories of Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore, transforming them into beautiful art. A perfect farewell gift for any friend!
Coffee Mountain — For the true coffee fan in your friends, the 6th Anniversary (Mat-Black) flower coffee dripper is not only sophisticated, but also super useful!
CAFEC Flower Dripper, HK$329
Ki Chan Tea Co. — Established in 1942, this humble tea company has had a relentless passion for Chinese Tea Culture. Now you can share it with your friends!
12 Variety Chinese Tea, HK$188
Kood Wood Work — Producing woodcraft from wasted wood combined with epoxy resin into memorable and striking products. The wireless charger is both beautiful and functional.
Make & Do HK — For the crafty friend in your life, gift this beginner-friendly embroidery kit with five Hong Kong-themed designs, including a bauhinia flower and tongue-in-cheek tram graphic.
H.K. Design Bundle 1, HK$1,300
Miss Fong in Hong Kong — With an original graphic by local artist Miss Fong, for the drama or Cantonese opera lover in your life. All Miss Fong tote bags feature iconic Hong Kong foods and culture.
Petit Crayon Studio — A versatile Christmas gift for the avid bullet journal-er, planner, idea visualization-er in your life. This cute dumpling journal made from recycled paper will have them smiling.
Sharon Chong Art — Watercolour stationery and postcards. This special limited edition holiday set includes a graphic notebook, washi tape, 3 postcards, and 3 pinback buttons, printed with Sharon’s original flower/animal designs.
Christmas Package Set, HK$138
The Cabinet — This award-winning design combines traditional Chinese porcelain with popular culture, bringing traditional crafts, blessings and a smile into everyday life!
3 Wishes Plates Boxset, HK$858
Xmas Gifts For Families
Blacksmith Books — Books For All Levels
Hong Kong publisher Blacksmith Books highlights non-fiction that gets to the heart of local issues and discourse and distributes it throughout Asia, Australia, the UK, and North America. Gift a book or a voucher to their online store, with genres ranging from biographies, histories and commentary on current affairs to food, photography, and children’s picture books.
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ByDeau — To get ready for the festivities, give a beautifully decorated and fragrant Christmas Wreath with dried cinnamon sticks and oranges, pine cones, Eucalyptus pods, and greens.
Christmas Wreath, HK$1,500
Chinabcs — HK-themed gift and homeware company Chinabcs’ Scenic Alphabet wall art, completely personalisable with the entire family’s names, features lively HK street scenes.
Scenic Alphabet – Family Names, Starting from HK$1,450
Conte de Cookie — Created by some of the most reputed pastry chefs in Hong Kong, you can’t go wrong with gingerbread cookies on Christmas. For both naughty and nice ones on your list!
Christmas Special, HK$158
Delphine Riche-Franz Photography — Combining colour, style and of course, Hong Kong life, Delphine is exceptional at capturing precious family moments, a truly memorable family gift.
Full Family Portrait Session, Starting from HK$2,800
Difvart — This stunning mailbox, handmade in the traditional way by one of the three remaining masters in Hong Kong, and of course shows the iconic skyline!
Latitude 22N — Named after Hong Kong’s latitude, this homegrown design company offers a range of contemporary and creative porcelain dinnerware, accessories, lighting and home decor.
Ripple – Pair of Cups No. 2, HK$600
Pat Chun — As one of Hong Kong oldest sauce brands, you might know them for their famous sauces and seasonings. They also have ready-to-eat maternity food and limited edition holiday products.
Paula Weston Photography — For a gift that lasts forever, Paula Weston specializes in dynamic, intimate family, pet, baby, and maternity photography set distinctly in Hong Kong’s cultural landscape.
Family Portrait Session, HK$3,750
Playful Socks — We all know a fun sock enthusiast – here are ones with fun Hong Kong icons that aren’t gaudy. We love the gingerbread men, egg tart, and ‘ding ding’ socks that come in a family set.
Ding Ding Family Set, HK$180
Tectonihks — Combining industrial design and functional homeware, this oval charcuterie board was made from an oak wine barrel, featuring subtle red wine tannin stains and an offset hole for handling or hanging.
Charcuterie Board, HK$1,400
The Print Mom — You never know when one might have to leave Hong Kong, so get this booklet to fill with your memories!
Tiny Island Maps — Gift a striking silk screen print of Hong Kong, which captures the tiny islands, neighbourhoods and essence of the city on a map.
Hong Kong Navy, HK$520
Coconutandwhat — A 2022 Calendar with easy to follow recipes introduced every month. This is a gluten-free, plant-based step-by-step recipe calendar for kids which is also great for the whole family.
Cards and Wraps
Paper-Roses — Reusable Gift Wraps
Paper-Roses creates consciously made greetings cards, stationery and gifts. All featuring original illustrations, you’ll see a lot of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers, cultural objects, and food in their designs. We love their reusable gift wrap bags – available in three sizes, they are made from organic cotton with a matching ribbon tie, for a tasteful zero-waste wrapping solution. Our favourites are the Lion Dance, Lucky Cat, and Egg Lamp printed wraps.
More Christmas-themed wraps & cards
G.O.D — This cheeky little gift card perfectly captures Christmas in Hong Kong! Attach it to a holiday gift or even by itself, it’s sure to make Hong Kongers laugh out loud.
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