Christmas is coming and you’re wondering where to buy Christmas trees in HK? There are many places that sell Christmas trees, but we’ve narrowed down the list to the 7 best stores. This blog post will give you a breakdown of each store and what sets them apart from one another. Happy shopping!

7 best stores to buy a real Christmas tree in Hong Kong

You can expect that once again Christmas trees in Hong Kong will be in short supply since there will be so many more people in the city than usual at this time of year.

So time to dive into our list of the 7 best stores for buying Christmas trees.

Mongkok Flower Market for real Christmas trees

Looking to buy Christmas trees in Hong Kong? We have you covered.

Head over to the Mongkok Flower Market to pick up a real Christmas tree for a reasonable price. But, be warned prices are likely to rise as Christmas gets closer. At the Flower Market, you can also buy Christmas decorations, flowers to make a Christmas wreath, or ready-made wreaths. Be ready for some bustle!


  • Flower Market, Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Hong Kong (get off the MRT at Prince Edward rather than Mongkok)

Sophie’s Trees for Christmas trees HK 

Wanting to buy Christmas trees in Hong Kong? We have you covered.

Sophie’s Trees is a hugely popular store for buying Christmas trees. 

Sophie’s offers delivery of high-quality trees to your door. You can also get the Christmas staples of Poinsettias and wreaths for your front door from here. Be sure to order ASAP – they tend to sell out.

Christmas tree prices start at $890, poinsettias are $60 and wreaths are $230.


  • Sophie’s Christmas Trees, 42E, Ha Pun Shan, Ma On Shan Road, Ma On Shan, New Territories, Hong Kong.

IKEA Christmas trees 2021

We cover buying Christmas trees in Hong Kong.

Last year, Ikea ran out of trees so, prepare for the worst and order your Ikea Christmas tree early (you’ll need to go to a store to place your order).

At Ikea, there are plenty of options for fake Christmas trees and fake pot plants, which you can buy in person or request a delivery.

You can also order a real Nordmann fir Christmas tree; two sizes are available at a price of either $799 or $990. There are lots of Christmas decorations available here, too.


Anglo Chinese for a Hong Kong Christmas tree

Anglo Chinese sells real Christmas trees but they do tend to sell out fast. Their trees are imported directly from Oregon, USA and they sell Noble, Nordmann, and Douglas firs.

Plus, they’ve got Poinsettias and Christmas wreaths, which will cheer you up if you don’t get a tree.

Christmas tree prices start at $1,103, poinsettias are $134 and wreaths are $450.


  • Anglo Chinese Florist (Central), 13 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2921 2986

Alfa House, Central

Balsam fir is a good opting when you want to buy Christmas tree in Hong Kong.

A small shop with not much online presence, Alfa House sells real Christmas trees. If you’re near Central – they’re on Wellington Street – pop on down and see what’s in stock or use the contact details from their Facebook page.


  • Alfa House, G/F, Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2541 6286

P & F Garden

This landscaping company grows and sells Christmas trees. Head down to P&F and select your own tree – stock depending, of course.


  • P&F Garden, GF, Block I & J, Scenic Villa, 18-20 Scenic Villa Drive, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, 2812 0948

Chun Hing Garden for Christmas tree Hong Kong 2021

Chun Hing Garden has a large range of real Christmas trees, poinsettias, and Christmas wreaths. Call ahead to avoid disappointment.

Christmas tree prices start at $1,010, poinsettias start at $80 and wreaths start at $185.


  • Chun Hing Garden, Yuen Long, Kam Tin, Shui Tau Tsuen, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2572 6430

3 best places to buy a fake Christmas tree in Hong Kong

Want to bring some Christmas joy into your home but can’t commit to looking after a fresh tree for weeks on end? Artificial trees could be the way to go.

Here’s a quick list of where to get fake Christmas trees in Hong Kong:

  1. If you’re looking for a quality fake Christmas tree that will last from year to year, check out Amazon. They stock a huge variety of high-quality artificial Christmas trees; it’s easy to see which ones are ranked highly and the shipping costs of the trees are surprisingly reasonable.
  2. IKEA has a wide range of styles and sizes for your artificial Christmas tree needs.
  3. Oncor Trees is a company specializing in sustainably produced, artificial Christmas trees in Hong Kong and has a massive selection of sizes and types to check out.

Alternatives to buying real Christmas trees in Hong Kong

If you want to buy a Christmas tree in Hong Kong, a good option to consider is buying a Christmas tree in a pot. A good sustainable option.

Who says you need to have a green, conical, fir-inspired tree in the corner of your living room? You can use loads of different ideas to bring in twinkle and sparkle in unique and interesting ways.

To give you some inspiration, here are our top three alternative Christmas tree options. 

Decorate a potted tree

Take yourself down to Mongkok Flower Market, find a sturdy-looking potted tree, take it home, and put the fairy lights and baubles on it. The great thing about this is you can keep the tree all year round to brighten your home.

Invisible Christmas tree

This might take a little effort and engineering, but it’s totally worth it for the stunning effect. Check out this video to see how to make one yourself and adapt it to your needs.

Tee Pee Christmas tree

Get timber or bamboo lengths and form them into a teepee shape, securing them with wire or rope at the apex. Wind fairy lights and tinsel around the beams to create a Christmas tree feel and pack the beams away once the festivities are over.

Christmas tree disposal in Hong Kong

If you do decide to go for a real Christmas tree this year, be sure to dispose of it properly. It’s really easy to do as long as you’re organized.

Here are some of the best ideas in town:

  • The Hong Kong government has a free drop-off scheme where you can take your tree, and they will organize for it to be recycled, check out the details, and drop-off locations.
  • If you’ve bought your tree from IKEA, they have a scheme to come to your home and collect it for recycling into gardening material. You might have been rather excited when you got your tree, so double-check your receipt to make sure you added this option.
  • Got your tree from Anglo Chinese? They will come and collect your used Christmas tree for a small fee, be sure to organize this when you buy.
  • Drop your tree off at Eco Park which is a recycling business park- while you’re there check out their visitors center.

To get rid of an artificial Christmas tree that’s in good condition, consider donating it. There will always be families arriving as you’re leaving the city, so passing it on to new Hong Kong residents is a kind gesture.

FAQs on where to buy Christmas trees

What size Christmas tree do I need?

The first thing to remember about a Christmas tree – the taller it is, the wider it will be. Once you take off the protective wrapping, the branches can take a couple of days to settle – don’t be fooled by slender-looking 7-footers. Measure your free space and take a tape measure when you go tree shopping. If your ceiling isn’t high but you want a tree with some height, consider putting a shorter tree on a table with a festive covering.

What are the most sustainable Christmas trees?

Real Christmas trees are seen as being sustainable because:
– Trees store carbon, so by chopping one down, you’re keeping that carbon stored – as long as you don’t burn the tree after.
– Real Christmas trees are easily recycled by being chipped and used for gardening purposes.
So, as long as you choose one from a sustainable farm that plants as many trees as they chop down, you’re not taking anything away from the ecosystem. Even if a tree ends up in a landfill, it will decompose quickly since it’s 100% natural.

On the flip side, a good quality artificial tree can have long-term positive impacts. An artificial tree can become more sustainable in the USA than a real tree after ten years of use.

What type of Christmas tree should I order?

Douglas fir – have the traditional cone shape you know and love and the needles should last a full month. However, they’re rather bushy, so your decorations can feel a little lost.
Balsam fir – Really good smelling tree and the needles are going to stay on for the whole holiday season. However, the branches aren’t very strong, so you can’t hang your heavier or glass ornaments on it.
Nordmann fir – Will fill your home with the scent of Christmas and the deep green color offers a lovely backdrop to your decorations. However, the foliage can be a little bottom-heavy and sparse up top.



We hope you enjoyed our roundup of the 7 best stores for buying Christmas trees in Hong Kong. Our goal was to give you a good idea of which store would be the right fit and what sets them apart from one another.

If we missed any that should have been included on this list, let us know! Happy holidays!  

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