Chinese New Year celebrations in Hong Kong are citywide and possibly the most spectacular and boisterous in the world. From fireworks over Victoria Harbour to a well-wishing festival, horse races, flower markets, and lion and dragon dances, the city buzzes with energy and festivities during the most important Chinese festival of the year. And of course, there is the HKTB’s International Chinese New Year Night Parade, a massive party that fills Tsim Sha Tsui with cheers.
Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade
The parade celebrated its 20th staging with the theme
“Sweet 20, World Party”, bringing 34 floats and
performing troupes from 11 countries and regions to
Asia’s world city. To boost the festivities, cake vouchers
were distributed on the day of the event and 298,888 red
packets with complimentary Star Ferry and tram tickets
and discount coupons were given to visitors at the
airport. The parade attracted 150,000 spectators to the streets of Tsim Sha Tsui.
International Chinese New Year Night Parade was title-sponsored by