Take part in one of the annual traditions with a visit to one of the city’s flower markets. Running alongside the biggest flower market in Victoria Park is the night market, selling everything from quirky products to politically satirical toys.
The upcoming Chinese New Year falls on 25 January 2020, marking the beginning of the Year of the Rat. Celebrations in Hong Kong are spread over three days, but pre-New Year activities begin long before the first firework goes off.
The Tsim Sha Tsui East festive illuminations have been lighting up Hong Kong and bringing Christmas joy to visitors every holiday season for years. This year’s theme is “Our light, We care” to share the festive spirit and spread the message of love.
Art Basel presents an opportunity for visitors to experience the diverse artistic media created within the region. Local and overseas artists gather to bring about inspiring programmes, including exhibitions, dance, music, theatre and more.
It’s official, the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens weekend dates for 2020 have been released and we’re already getting plenty of interest from groups and individuals keen to join in on one of Hong Kong’s biggest weekends of the year!
Considered one of the “must-do” attractions when visiting Hong Kong, The Peak Tram, has been transporting visitors up to Victoria Peak for over 130 years and is the steepest funicular railway in the world.
Hong Kong is one of Asia’s top transit hubs for flights coming and going from global destinations daily. As such, it makes a perfect place for visitors to take some time out and get under the skin of one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan and mind-boggling cities.