- FannyLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Visitors will be awestruck by the myriad of New Year celebrations in Hong Kong that last 15 days. A carnival atmosphere prevails with spectacular fireworks, a fantastic night parade, skyscrapers sparkling with special festive lighting, pilgrimages to "must see" temples, flower markets, a soccer tournament, special tours and much more. This is one of the best times to visit Hong Kong as it goes into overdrive to provide a feast for the senses during this holiday season. You'll soon be wishing everyone the traditional Chinese New Year greeting, Kung Hei Fat Choi (Prosperous New Year) during the year's biggest and brightest Chinese festival.
Highlighting the New Year's festivities is the International Chinese New Year Parade held on the first day of every Chinese New Year. See colourful floats, marching bands and costumed groups from around the world. There is also street entertainers along with dragon and lion dancers. It's a scintillating fusion of international and Chinese elements that defines Hong Kong as the city where East meets West. Book your tickets early for the spectator stands or watch the parade from any vantage point along the route.This parade definitely creates never-to-be-forgotten memories.