If you plan to come to Hong Kong, please consider the calendar of festivals to get a chance to be embedded in the bustling atmosphere of this zone.
It is undeniable that Dumpling Festival at Pak Tai Temple, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong is the most exciting and strangest of all festivals in Hong Kong. This festival is held from late April to early May. Therefore, it is a great idea to travel to Hong Kong at this time to witness one of the most bizarre festivals in this planet.
The highlight of the dumpling festival is the high dumpling tower made of plastic and the men will be racing to climb the tower to retrieve the plastic dumplings. Furthermore you will be voyeuristic with the lion dance, dragon dance, martial performances in legend … while enjoying many dumplings with all sorts of people, and the good food, …
Tai Kok Tsui festival
Tai Kok Tsui Festival is an annual festival in Hong Kong, held on 2/3 in Tai Kok Tsui on the Kowloon Peninsula. Therefore, if you want to participate in this colorful street festival, you should go to Hong Kong in early March then, and remember to buy flight tickets, train tickets and book the hotel rooms for about 1-2 months in advance as this festival attracts a lot of tourists from everywhere.
Each year, Tai Kok Tsui festival has a different theme. But the themes are bold humane, humanitarian and about the life and culture of the people of Hong Kong. Participating in Tai Kok Tsui festive season, you will be immersed in the characteristics of entertainment and great food. You will also learn more about good deeds in life.
The Qixi Festival is an important festival of the Chinese people in general, and Hong Kong in particular. As its name suggests, this day always falls on July 7 lunar calendar. There are many forms of organizing the festival on the occasion of Qixi Festival but the most popular tradition on this occasion is: on the night of July 7 lunar calendar, the women pray to get skillful hands. And the young couple is going to Love Rock in the big island of Hong Kong to pray for happiness.
Mid – Autumn festival
15/8 lunar calendar is the time of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong. With the meaning of union, Mid – autumn festival in Hong Kong is organized meticulously and monumentally. If traveling to Hong Kong on Mid-Autumn festive occasion, you will have a chance to sightsee and selfie on the streets flooded with colorful lanterns with many types and shapes. Not only that, you can also join the dropping flower garlands and coloured laterns festival which is full of romance; enjoy delicious teas and traditional types of moon cakes; the dragon lion dance; fireworks show …