This Chinese New Year, the LANDMARK brings a touch of nostalgia with iconic ‘Made in Hong Kong’ brands celebrating the rich heritage of the territory. With plenty to feast your eyes and taste buds on, from delicate hand-embroidered silk slippers, to sweet, crunchy egg rolls, to fine Pu’er tea, there’s something for everyone at the LANDMARK.

Image title

The holiday bazaar is stationed at the LANDMARK Atrium until Friday, 27 January and is part shopper’s delight and part artisanal workshop. Iconic Hong Kong brands range from a shrimp paste maker to a porcelain painter. Here’s the full list:

Cheung Wing Kee – noodle maker 

EggRoll Queen

Gong Fu Teahouse

Kam Cheong Hoo – sausage maker

On Hing Ho – dried seafood supplier

Sindart – handmade embroidered slippers

Tai Ma Sauce Shop – fine soy sauce and XO sauce

Tung Cheong – seafood supplier

Yik Cheong Ho – shrimp paste maker from Tai O

Yiu Fung – melon seeds and traditional Chinese snacks

Yuet Tung China Works – porcelain maker

Image title

For those looking to try their hand at some DIY, the LANDMARK is hosting a series of artisanal workshops for visitors to get up close and personal with select brands. Workshops ranging from silk-bead embroidery, to porcelain painting, to traditional tea brewing are on offer through, with each session priced at $300.

Workshop schedules are as follows:

  • The Zen of Tea – Friday, 20 January and Friday, 27 January at 1pm and 6pm
  • The Art of Chinese Embroidery – Sunday, 22 January at 1pm and 6pm
  • The Porcelain Experience – Saturday, 21 January and Thursday, 26 January at 1pm and 6pm 

LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central 

Editor-at-Large, Jetsetter Food Nomad

Win tasty prizes in our Valentine’s Day giveaway!

Join our biggest giveaway yet and win prizes for you and your partner