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30 Nov - 03 Jan

Citygate Outlets presents: “Feel the Christmas Kisses”

By Localiiz 27 November 2020

Event Information

START DATE 30 Nov 2020
END DATE 03 Jan 2021
The Atrium, Citygate Outlets, 20 Tat Tung Rd, Lantau Island
(+852) 2109 2933

From 30 November 2020 to 3 January 2021, Citygate Outlets is launching the promotional campaign “Feel the Christmas Kisses”, featuring a large-scale woodland-themed Christmas decoration, a ”Holographic Kissy Post Office” where you can make your own Christmas wooden tag printed with your kisses, and a range of online Christmas workshops that enable you to send love and affection to your loved ones and spend “kissy” moments with them.

The mall will magically transform into a secret fairy-tale woodland, inviting you on a sweet new Christmas journey. Seven Kissy Christmas Elves with lovely red lips and colourful Christmas outfits will take you to four Instagrammable scenes in The Atrium on L2. Prepare Christmas gifts with the Kissy Christmas Elves in the 6m-tall Kissy Tree House, then hop on the reindeer sleigh to deliver Christmas gifts with the Kissy Christmas Elves, and light up the giant heart-shaped installation in front of the Christmas Elves’ Tree. Don’t forget to also take photos with the giant Kissy Snowman specially built by the Kissy Christmas Elves

During the promotional period, the mall will also be offering special “Sweet Christmas Rewards”. Customers with eligible spending receipts can redeem a Fresh Sugar Lip Trio or Cova Christmas Hamper, and up to $800 cash coupons from designated merchants with no minimum spending requirement.


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