What better way to spend the winter holidays than in a fun, new Christmas holiday camp? With 5 different winter camps for kids in Hong Kong, there are plenty of options. Winter camps are great because they allow children to learn new skills while having fun with their friends. Some examples of activities include writing classes, ginger bread-making classes, and pinata workshops.

Kids are often so busy during the year with their regular activities, so take the chance to stimulate your child’s mind with these new and interesting experiences.

A creative writing class is a perfect Christmas holiday camp for little ones.

Christmas Creative Writing Camp

This winter, make sure to sign up your child for a Christmas Creative Writing Camp.

This camp is brought to you by Cascade Train Teach Learn and Immerse Languages Institute – their newest endeavor in making writing fun for kids!

Kids will enjoy games that inspire creativity while developing vocabulary skills. On top of that, professionals  will guide each child through every step of creating his or her own story – it’s no wonder, this program has made it onto many “best things” lists around town!

Two sessions are available.

Session 1:

5-7 year olds at 10am-11.30am

Session 2:

8-10 year olds at 12.30pm-2.00pm

The below details are the same for both sessions:

When: 20th -23rd December 2021

Where: 6th floor, CKK Commercial Centre, 289 Hennessy Rd, Wan Chai, Immerse Languages Institute, Wan Chai

Cost: HKD 1,888

Contact: 2333 4322 (to register: bit.ly/3DupkWr)

Christmas Piñata Workshop – Learn about the Spanish Spirit of Christmas

Piñatas have a long and rich history. Most people believe piñatas are a strictly Mexican tradition, however, the piñata originated in Italy during the Renaissance. In Spain, the word pignatta was changed to piñata, and the custom was given religious significance. The breaking of the piñata occurred only during Lent.

This workshop is a unique and interactive way for students of all levels to experience the Hispanic culture. Kids will be able to learn Spanish vocabulary as they make their own Christmas piñatas! All kids will take home their own pinata with candy inside.

Ages: 6 to 11 years

Class A: Dec 11 (Sat) : 13:30 to 15:00

Class B: Dec 12 (Sun) : 10:00 to 11:30

Class C: Dec 21 (Tues) : 14:00 to 15:30

Where: Immerse Languages Institute, 6F CKK Commercial Centre, 289 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK

Cost: HKD 333 (all-inclusive)

Contact: WhatsApp 6432 4429  (to register: https://bit.ly/3nhnEtQ)

Spanish Language Christmas Holiday Camp

According to Spanish tradition, January 6th is  “Three Kings Day”.  Spanish children wait for the arrival of Reyes Magos, the Wise Kings from the East who followed a star and came bearing gifts for Baby Jesus. Nowadays, it has become a joyous day for children to receive Christmas gifts.

In this workshop, students will exchange gifts (we suggest books or candies) and will learn simple Spanish words related to the holiday. They will also learn how to introduce themselves to the “Three Wise Kings” and describe to them what Christmas gifts they would like to receive. On the last day of the workshop, students will be guided to set goals for the new year.   

Ages: 7 to 10 years

When: Dec 21 to 23 | 10am to 12:15pm

Where: Immerse Languages Institute, 6F CKK Commercial Centre, 289 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK

Cost: HKD 1,680

Contact: WhatsApp 6432 4429  (to register: https://bit.ly/3czj1ox)

Gingerbread House Making Winter 2021 Camp 

Did you know that making gingerbread houses is a traditional custom in Germany?

The history of gingerbread houses (Lebkuchenhaus) can be traced back to the 19th century where the monasteries began to hold Christmas markets, selling gingerbread cookies made by the nuns, and praying that those who at the cookies would survive the cold winter in a healthy and healthy manner. Thus, Germany is known as the “hometown of gingerbread”. As time went by, building gingerbread houses turned into a family festive event and became popular in many places around the world.

In this workshop, you will decorate your own gingerbread house together with your parents or friends. Through this fun family activity, everyone will learn more about the knowledge and history of gingerbread houses, while strengthening relationships with family members and friends and creating beautiful Christmas memories!

Ages: Family Activity


Class A: Dec 11 14:30 to 16:00
Class B: Dec 18 11:30 to 13:00

Where: Immerse Languages Institute, 6F CKK Commercial Centre, 289 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK

Cost: HKD 450 (include materials)

Contact: Gabriella on WhatsApp 6432 4429 (to register: https://bit.ly/2Z3NjN8)

Personalized bilingual books – Bringing Christmas reading to your home

Reading is an activity that can be done anywhere – not just in a specific area. But wait! You get organized for the upcoming winter holiday and buy your child their own story in the language/s of your choice.  

Kids who love reading usually do better in all subjects in school. Why? Because kids who love reading don’t see it as a task, but as an enjoyable pastime. And as they are having fun, they expand their creativity whilst reading. So grab a book, cuddle up and make Christmas even more special and creative! 

So whatever the language, TimTimTom will help create a magical Christmas. They will produce personalized bilingual books designed to bring joy to reading as your child becomes the main character of these beautifully illustrated, personalized adventures.  You choose the name and the look of the main character, plus you have a choice of one or two languages (out of 10 available languages).  A personal message printed on the first page makes it a unique gift no other child has. 

So snuggle up and happy reading this Christmas!

Ages: 3-8 years old 

Where: TimTomTom 

Cost: HKD 275

Contact: Gaby@timtimtom.com


If you’re looking for an activity this holiday season that will make memories for your kids as well as teach them something- there is no better option than winter camp!

There are so many winter camps in Hong Kong to choose from, but what makes this list of 5 different programs special is the unique range of activities offered. Whether your kid would prefer taking a creative writing course or would prefer to make a piñata, there’s something for everyone here!

Have any of these activities been incorporated into your child’s school break?

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