Chinese New Year Firework Performance
- Celebrated: Feb. 11, 2013 to Feb. 11, 2013
- Location: Hong kong
Perhaps enjoy the spectacular fireworks performance from a boat in Victoria Harbor as you leisurely float below the extravaganza. This city, with its tradition dating back thousands of years, knows how to put on a tremendous spectacle of colorful pyrotechnics.
Thousands come to visit this display over Victoria Harbour on the eve of the Chinese New Year. The spectacle begins at approximately 8 pm. There will be people watching from both sides of the Harbour, and admission is free. Awesome pyrotechnics are the promise of this event in 2014, the Year of the Horse.
This is a special celebration event for the Chinese New Year and not part of the Symphony of Lights. As the most important holiday for families, more than 300,000 watched the fireworks in the Year of the Snake, 2013, and three barges launched more than 23,888 fireworks.
Additionally, enjoy the festive markets and smell of incense wafting through the air as you wait for the Chinese New Year Night Parade, or Lunar Night Parade, to begin. The parade is free and travels in the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui. It usually begins at approximately 8 p.m. and lasts until about 9:30, with celebrations continuing into the night.
Visiting Hong Kong for the spectacular Chinese New Year Fireworks Performance in 2014 is sure to bring excitement and memories to last a lifetime.
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