West Kowloon Cultural District, the Hong Kong Tourism Board has brought back the signature high-rise Christmas Tree and Christmas Town – to the WKCD Art Park for the first time. The 20-metre Christmas was lit on 26 November. Be prepared to be transported into this romantic photo spot of glittering festive lights and life-like decorations, and start off your festive season in this not-to-be-missed winter hangout.

HKTB Executive Director Dane Cheng said that every year many visitors choose Hong Kong as their top destination of their winter holidays, “Every year, the HKTB’s soaring Christmas Tree is a photo hot spot for both locals and visitors. As M+ opens, this year the HKTB brings the signature Christmas Tree to the WKCD for the first time to attract more visitors to both the art and culture landmark and the European Christmas Town to experience the heart-warming festivities in this otherwise chilly season. Although visitors cannot visit Hong Kong for the time being, the HKTB continues to present Hong Kong’s city-wide festive light decos and exciting seasonal happenings through the campaign website, sharing Hong Kong’s richly festive vibes with audiences around the world.”

Overlooked by soaring Christmas tree and surrounded by the festive Santa Lodges and decorations, this year’s Christmas Town is designed after the fantasy town of Colmar, France, which also inspired Howl’s Moving Castle, a world-acclaimed animated picture directed by Hayao Miyazaki.There will be 8 Santa Lodges in Christmas Town surrounded by small Christmas trees, golden reindeers and antique lampposts, offering a European Christmas experience to visitors.