December is not only for holiday but also the perfect time to gather all your friends and family together. No matter you’re a festive person or not, take a look of the list below and do something memorable before 2017 slips away.

1)    AIA The Great European Carnival
It’s almost a highlight every end of the year – The biggest carnival of Hong Kong will return this December. Located in Central Harbourfront again this year, the carnival is full of thrilling rides, game booths, food and drink and more.

For more information, click here.

2)    The Nutcracker by HK Ballet

It’s one of the Hong Kong families’ tradition and it never gets old!  The classic ballet act is set to set to Tchaikovsky’s iconic music with live accompaniment by Hong Kong Sinfonietta and grand sets, Terence Kohler's fresh, multi-layered version was created especially for Hong Kong Ballet. Definitely enjoyable whether you’re a kid or not.

For ticketing and more information, click here.

3)    Creamfileds 2017
After Clockenflap in November, there’s another anticipated music festival in Hong Kong. The world renowned EDM festival will take place on 15-17 December at AsiaWorld Expo (yes, it will be a huge indoor party). The headliners includes Flume, KSHMR, Marshmello and TIËSTO.

Get ticket(s) and full lineup here.

4)    Pacific Place Christmas Workshop “Sparkle all the way!”

Starting from 22nd November, you’re welcome join the Candle Making Workshop for some DIY fun by making your very own candle scented with pine trees, gingerbread or chocolate–the classic scents of Christmas; Or Neon  Lights Workshop where you can hand-stich a neon sign and customise it with a Christmas message or motif of your  choosing.

For more information, click here

5)    Open Air Theatre at Best Of British

From 12th-17th December, there be a classic British film e.g. Love Actually, Notting Hill, James Bond: Spectre…etc. played in Tamar Park each night. Imagine you can enjoy a film while breathing fresh air and lounging in an open area instead of a dark room. There are also Gin tasting booths and food stalls to fill your belly at the festival too.

For more information, click here.  

6)    Netflix and Chill

It’s really nothing wrong to stay at home and catch up the series that you’ve been wanting to watch.  We rounded up the drama series that are worth binge-watching here. Do you have any other suggestion too?