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Chinese New Year Parade is organized by Hong Kong Tourism Board, Tickets can be reserved now for Friday, 16th Feb 2018. The parade snakes around Tsim Sha Tsui in a stream of brightly coloured floats and international / local performing artists that turns the harbour-front area into a giant street p…
This New Territories tour and Chinese New Year Parade Tickets can be reserved now for Friday, 16th Feb 2018. The parade snakes around Tsim Sha Tsui in a stream of brightly coloured floats and international / local performing artists that turns the harbour-front area into a giant street party.HOTEL PI…
This Chinese New Year Parade on Lunar New Year’s Day (Friday, 16 Feb 2018) snakes around Tsim Sha Tsui in a stream of brightly coloured floats and international / local performing artists that turns the harbour-front area into a giant street party. This program includes a light dinner plus…
China is a vast country with mysterious cultural wonders, where people are still practice the ancient traditions and customs of which they are very proud of. The word chins can conjure the thoughts of many people related to giant pandas, dragons, red clour, the distinctive script or the number 8. But…
Chinese New Year is celebrated across China and is one of the most important festivals of the year. However, with a total of 55 ethnic minorities in China the customs and celebrations of these group all vary. One of the most notable ethnic minority groups is the Miao of Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonom…
Chinese New Year at Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the most unforgettable experiences! From January to February Disneyland theme park is decorated with red lanterns, peach blossoms, fortune gold nuggets, red envelopes and of course the Disney characters will also be dressed in traditional Chinese cos…
Decorating the house for Chinese New Year is similar to that of Christmas, only difference is that there are no trees or presents involved! The idea of decorating the house for Chinese New Year is getting rid of the old and welcoming the new. The decorations, plants and couplets are all symbolic for …
Chinese New Year is one of the star studded festivals of Hong Kong. There are endless activities and entertainment available meaning tourists are spoilt for choice during the colorful New Year. Below are some of the best options available whilst touring Hong Kong during Chinese New Year. Hong Kong Di…
Hong Kong is a vibrant city that literally never sleeps, and is the perfect place to celebrate the Chinese New Year. As a bright-eyed tourist wandering about town during the festive season, you wouldn’t be left out in the cold as Hong Kongers don’t just celebrate at home, they bring the party downt…
Chinese New Year, also known as the “Spring Festival”, is China’s most important traditional festival. New Year’s Day normally falls between January 21 and February 20. The 2018 Chinese New Year begins on Friday, February 16. The coming public holiday lasts for 7 days, from the lunar New Year…