Hong Kong Skyline Lighting Up:
One of the familiar things during the Chinese New Year 2020 celebrations is the Hong Kong skyline which lights up with the neon depictions of the animal which represent the year we’re entering.
It is a wonderful view during the night where the lights start to be displayed with the iconic buildings turning on their LEDs as well as lasers, and the music at the same time.
Bet for Horses Racing:
At this time of the year, it’s time to place your bet for the horse racing, and many big screens are placed to make it easier to follow the races.
In fact, this is one of the traditional Chinese things at this time of the year, and decorations for this really are amazing and perfect.
Chinese Flower Markets:
The Chinese New Year flower markets are amazing and they are the perfect place for those who like to buy lucky blooms in order to decorate their home.
These markets look colorful and very festive, and the best time to go there is in the evening.
Chinese New Year Food:
This time of the year and the celebrations are always considered the best time for families to be together, and one of the main things in these family gatherings is the Chinese New Year food. The traditional menu includes the chicken, pork, and also dumplings.
For the visitors to Hong Kong, there is a variety of options and can enjoy eating many samples of delicious bites while you’re able to enjoy a wide range of food options, sampling some delicious bites while enjoying your trip around the city.
It would be your lucky day if one of the local families invited you to their home during these celebrations.
In fact, the people in Hong Kong offer food to their guests in an ornate red snack box known as the Chuen hap.
The Chinese New Year and the Fireworks:
This great celebration and festival with its colors and decorations will not be complete without the fireworks.
Many People every year are witnessing the fireworks on both sides of the Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong.
The Dragon’s Back Area:
For those who born in the year of the dragon, it would be very lucky if they hike along the Dragon’s Back area during the celebrations of the Chinese New Year.
In addition, regardless of your birthday day, you can enjoy a fantastic walk in the afternoon at the Dragon’s Back area. You can enjoy seeing the beaches and the wonderful coastal areas.
The view of the islands with the boats moving across the bay and the view of the skyline behind them is really amazing.
The Lion Dance:
One more traditional thing which is included in the celebration is the Lion Dance which is a part of the Chinese culture and which is believed that it scares away the bad luck as well as the evil spirits.
Finally, no one can deny that Hong Kong is always an amazing destination to visit, however, usually keep in mind that the best time for this visit is during the Hong Kong Chinese New Year celebrations in February, where you can enjoy and see the Chinese culture for thousands of years.
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