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First christmas in Hong Kong....best decorations?

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    papa2b is offline Registered User
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    First christmas in Hong Kong....best decorations?

    First christmas in Hong Kong with the baby, want to go out and take photos over the holidays....where in HK is the best decorations/trees?

    Thank You.

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    Elements is nice, Pacific Place has a great Santa Home.

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    I second what Neha says about the Santa Home at Pacific Place. It does cost $60 to go in to the home and take a picture with Santa Claus, but the decorations are very nice. The decorations around the mall are nice too.

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    Decorations outside the Ocean Terminal are great too, but the crowds make it very difficult to take pics with kids. Santa at Landmark also is good. It cost 100.00 donation to Make a wish Foundation or if u shop ( I think over 10,000) at Landmark u get a free ticket

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    I was disappointed with Pacific Place decorations this year. Seems like they downsized them. But "bells" is a nice theme. The Santa picture is great and so is the Santa.
    Much better than the Landmark Santa picture, which is really, really small. The Santa was nice, though.
    Never really like the Ocean Terminal decorations. This year their theme seems to be "purple". Not a Christmas color where I come from.
    A little further north is Festival Walk (Kowloon Tong). Nice Santa with a great frame for the picture and only HK$50, if memory serves. Decorations, this year, are a little more classical. And they have the (fake) tree that stretches to the ceiling of the mall. Lots of garland around the mall.
    But it will be up to your tastes, really.

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