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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Flower Markets

Hong Kong Flower Markets are buzzing with a frenzy of activity in anticipation of Chinese New Year, during the weeks leading to this most loved event, they will all be packed as households prepare decorations as well as gifts for their loved ones. While Covid measures have eased, it is still a fluid situation and events may change at the last minute, please check with organisers before heading out. Lunar New Year Flower Markets will open January 16, 2023

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Race Meeting - January 24, 2023

The Hong Kong Chinese New Year Race Meeting is one of eight Magnificent Race Days being waged in the Sha Tin Race Course during the racing calendar. More than an exciting day at the races, you get to enjoy a full program with traditional Lunar New Year celebrations, lion dances and firecrackers!

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Celebrations 2023

Hong Kong Chinese New Year Celebrations are some of the city's landmark events. With the easing of pandemic measures we were hoping for a return to the highlight events including the Chinese New Year Night Parade and the Fireworks over Victoria Harbour, however, looks like both have been suspended for just another year. But there is still so much happening and Hong Kong will be welcoming the Year of the Rabbit with the colorful flower markets, lion dances and lantern galore... Here's what's happening in Hong Kong this Lunar New Year! Chinese new year is on January 22, 2023.

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Hong Kong Well Wishing Festival

Hong Kong's Well Wishing Festival is very much a part of the Lunar New Year Celebrations, it's about messages of good luck, wishing trees and oranges, wishing lanterns and plenty of food... On a normal year the festival also features the floats and the troupes that perform during the Chinese New Year Parade .

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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Lion Dance

On a normal year Hong Kong Chinese New Year Lion Dance performances and Dragon Parades take place just about everywhere in Hong Kong, from businesses and office buildings, shopping centers to restaurants and hotels, even at the markets, chances are, you are able to catch one at some point or another after New Year's Day. Here's what's happening in 2023 to welcome the Year of the Rabbit.

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Chinese New Year at Disneyland Hong Kong

During the Chinese New Year, Disneyland Hong Kong transforms once again, this time instead of fluffy snow and holiday wreaths, it is bright lanterns, red envelopes, chinese lions, drums and gongs, dragon parades... and in typical Disney fashion, our favourite characters will be there dressed in full Chinese traditional gear to celebrate the beginning of the New Year.

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February 2023 Hong Kong Festivals and Events

The Chinese New Year celebrations are in full swing as Hong Kong welcomed the Year of the Rabbit last month on January 22 and are going until the culmination with the traditional Spring Lantern Festival on February 5, 2023. Back this year and with an increased quota of participants is the Hong Kong Marathon, the Hong Kong Arts Festival gets underway with both in-venue and virtual performances. Here are the top Hong Kong events for February 2023.

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Hong Kong Marathon - February 12, 2023

The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon is one of the territory's most anticipated sporting events which under normal circumstances attracts 74,000 runners from over 90 countries competing on this iconic race that unfolds against the backdrop of our breathtaking skyline and harbour. Although slowly returning to pre-pandemic level, quota this year is limited to 37,000 runners. The 42 km route takes runners through two bridges, three tunnels and two highways. Here's the route and best spots to watch.

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