The Cheung Chau Bun Festival this year from May 9 - 13, 2019 is one of the liveliest and certainly one-of-a-kind of Hong Kong Festivals, set in picturesque Cheung Chau Island, just a short ferry ride from the city. The trademark of the festival are the huge bamboo mountains covered with lucky buns and the unique bun-grabbing contest that culminates the festivites.
The Birthday of Tam Kung celebration on May 12, 2019 is a great chance to experience the rich culture and tradition of Hong Kong. This colorful event involves a procession with the customary dragon and lion dances, the acrobats and martial arts performers, lots of drums and gongs add to the fanfare...
Buddha Birthday celebrations vary from place to place according to the different schools of the faith that have developed, but regardless, the birthday of Lord Buddha remains one of the largest Buddhist festivals, and in Hong Kong it is a National Holiday which will be celebrated on May 22, 2018
Another Fantastic Festival in Cheung Chau - April 7
If you are heading out to Cheung Chau next weekend, there is a local colorful festival, lion dances and all, not quite sure what the English name is but there will be some kind of opera, they were just setting up for it this weekend...
This is a video of a previous festival, if you happen to be in Cheung Chau, next weekend check it out!
Cheung Chau is preparing for the biggest event of the year coming up this May, the bun towers are just going up...
Easter in Hong Kong 2019
Uplifiting services, easter egg hunts, champagne brunches... celebrating Easter in Hong Kong this April 19 - 22, 2019
Art Basel Hong Kong is back in 2019 and will be bringing the art world together once again as galleries, artists, collectors and art enthusiasts from Asia and all over the world flock to this most prestigious of international art events. March 29 - 31, 2019
Here are the top Hong Kong Festivals and events for April 2019. This month features the Hong Kong Sevens, the territory's premier sporting event and mega-party.The Ching Ming Festival, on April 5 gives you a unique look into Hong Kong's ancient traditions and later in the month the Tin Hau Festival brings and array of fantastic parades and celebrations throughout Hong Kong. In the cultural and entertainment front, Hong Kong the Hong Kong Film Festival comes to a close, the Hong Kong Film Awards, the Oscars of Hong Kong, take place on April 15 and Ed Sheeran is in town.