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Hong Kong Festivals


Chinese New Year


Chinese New Year
Date: Friday, 16 February (2018)
Date: Friday, 5 February (2019)

Lucky you if you’re in Hong Kong during Chinese New Year, the city’s biggest and most colorful festival! It is impossible to not be caught up in the energy as you squeeze into crowded temples to pray for good fortune, browse festive markets selling auspicious foods and blooms and photograph the shock-red lanterns that adorn the city.
This ancient festival also gets a makeover that is uniquely Hong Kong. So, you will experience a Chinese New Year like no other, with a fabulous parade of floats, international and local performers, a stunning fireworks show over the harbor, heart-pounding action at the race track, and so much more.

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National Day in HK


National Day: Hong Kong
Date: Every year on October 1st

Hong Kong celebrates National Day every year on October 1st. It marks the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1st, 1949 and is celebrated throughout Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau. The National Day holiday is the favorite of Chinese, when they enjoy a "Golden Week" of days off. Needless to say, if you plan on being here during this period, you need to make as many arrangements in advance as most hotels, and transport venues will be running at full capacity.

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Chung Yeung Festival


HK - Chung Yeung Festival
Date: Sat, 28 October (2017)
Date: Wed, 17 October (2018)

The Chung Yeung Festival falls on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. Similar to the Ching Ming Festival in spring, the Chung Yeung Festival is when entire families congregate at cemeteries to engage in age-old practices of ancestor worship. It is also popular to hike to the city’s high points on this day, as it’s believed this will bring good luck.

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Christmas, HK


Hong Kong Christmas
Date: 25 December (2017)

Hong Kong has one of the world's most festive Christmases and celebrates Christmas perhaps the most grandly in all of East Asia. Hong Kong certainly isn't a traditional Christmas destination, but the holiday is energetically celebrated in the city. There may be no snow, but you'll find plenty of festive spirit—lights strung across every skyscraper, turkey on every menu, and White Christmas booming from every speaker.

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Lord Buddha's Birthday


Lord Buddha's Birthday
Date: Tue, 22 May (2018)
Date: Sun, 12 May (2019)

Buddha's Birthday is a holiday traditionally celebrated in Mahayana Buddhism to commemorate the birth of the Prince Siddhartha Gautama, later the Gautama Buddha and founder of Buddhism. Buddha Birthday celebrations vary from place to place according to the different schools of the faith that have developed. In Hong Kong, the birthday of Lord Buddha remains one of the largest Buddhist festivals and it is a National Holiday celebrated on the 8th day of the 4th moon in the Lunar calendar, normally in April or May on the Western calendar.

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Easter, HK


Easter in Hong Kong
Date: Mon, 2 Apr (2018)
Date: Mon, 22 Apr (2019)

Easter in Hong Kong, as part of the British legacy, is a public holiday with a long weekend of days off from Good Friday to Easter Monday. One of the biggest festivals marked by Hong Kong’s more than 800,000 Christians is Easter, many of them crowding in to attend special services at the city’s churches. Regardless of faith however, the entire population looks forward to this long-weekend break. Restaurants offer special holiday menus during this time, and if you want to feast on a few chocolate bunnies, just hop into one of the city’s many bakeries.

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