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A Sea of New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park​
A Sea of New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park​
A Sea of New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park​

Follow the Lucky Rabbits
A Sea of New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park​

Hop into the new Year of the Rabbit surrounded by an enchanting sea of flowers in Admiralty’s Tamar Park. With intricate floral installations sprawling across the lawn, the shimmering blossoms are simply mesmerising. They are sensitive to movement — try waving your hand to dim or light up the flower buds to make them dance with the music.

Date 19 January to 5 February 2023
Opening hours 10am to 10pm
​Venue Tamar Park, Admiralty, Hong Kong Island
New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park
New Year Blossoms at Tamar Park

Explore the neighbourhood

Central and Admiralty have always been the heart of Hong Kong’s business district. This Chinese New Year, a special ‘guest’ is making an appearance at the Central Pier — a giant rabbit will sit atop the pier to welcome visitors into the Year of the Rabbit. Expect even more festive decorations around Tamar Park and Central, while Ladder Street will feature fai chun by calligraphers.

PMQ

Home to more than a hundred studios and shops set up by entrepreneurs, PMQ has become a popular destination for budding creatives. Expect unique gifts and avant-garde products with designs that stand out. For the Chinese New Year period, there will be pop-ups by brands like streetwear shop Nieuve and handmade brassware shop Qing Ya Tang.

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Tai Kwun

The former Central Police Station Compound of Hong Kong, Tai Kwun has a history of more than 170 years with monthly arts and cultural events and exhibitions. Every Sunday during Chinese New Year (CNY), ‘Tai Kwun Movie Steps – You Drive Me [Wild/Crazy]’ will highlight CNY-themed cultural and love films from the 1980s to early 1990s, such as Happy Din Don, Cupid One and Pale Passion.​

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Ladder Street

Every year, the 170-year-old Ladder Street turns into a ‘Fai Chun street’ where calligraphers set up stalls under the shade of trees to write auspicious blessings, which are then hung on the wired fences to dry. Many locals and visitors come to take home handwritten scrolls to welcome a new spirit for the new year.

Built between 1841 and 1850, the 350-metre-long Ladder Street is recognised as a Grade 1 historic building. With 316 stone steps, it connects Queen’s Road Central and Caine Road. Like walking back in time, its stone walls, trees and centuries-old granite slabs have been the setting for many films, such as The Kid starring Leslie Cheung and the Hollywood film The World of Suzie Wong.​

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Tamar Park

Welcome to an urban oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Admiralty and Central. The 1.76-hectare Tamar Park is an expansive lawn facing the Victoria Harbour — the ideal destination for a picnic with friends.

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Hong Kong Park

Surrounded by skyscrapers, the eight-hectare Hong Kong Park is a serene gem in the heart of Central. Inside the park, the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware has a special​ exhibition that showcases 96 sets of ceramic tea wares, with selected works by local potters. Refuel with tea and snacks after visiting the exhibition — the elegantly decorated LockCha Tea House offers around 100 types of tea. There is also a Western restaurant named Pondside adjourning the lake, offering a view of waterfalls and lush greenery through its glass panels.​

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PMQ

PMQ

Home to more than a hundred studios and shops set up by entrepreneurs, PMQ has become a popular destination for budding creatives. Expect unique gifts and avant-garde products with designs that stand out. For the Chinese New Year period, there will be pop-ups by brands like streetwear shop Nieuve and handmade brassware shop Qing Ya Tang.

Next: Tai Kwun
Tai Kwun

Tai Kwun

The former Central Police Station Compound of Hong Kong, Tai Kwun has a history of more than 170 years with monthly arts and cultural events and exhibitions. Every Sunday during Chinese New Year (CNY), ‘Tai Kwun Movie Steps – You Drive Me [Wild/Crazy]’ will highlight CNY-themed cultural and love films from the 1980s to early 1990s, such as Happy Din Don, Cupid One and Pale Passion.​

Next: Ladder Street
Ladder Street

Ladder Street

Every year, the 170-year-old Ladder Street turns into a ‘Fai Chun street’ where calligraphers set up stalls under the shade of trees to write auspicious blessings, which are then hung on the wired fences to dry. Many locals and visitors come to take home handwritten scrolls to welcome a new spirit for the new year.

Built between 1841 and 1850, the 350-metre-long Ladder Street is recognised as a Grade 1 historic building. With 316 stone steps, it connects Queen’s Road Central and Caine Road. Like walking back in time, its stone walls, trees and centuries-old granite slabs have been the setting for many films, such as The Kid starring Leslie Cheung and the Hollywood film The World of Suzie Wong.​

Next: Tamar Park
Tamar Park

Tamar Park

Welcome to an urban oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Admiralty and Central. The 1.76-hectare Tamar Park is an expansive lawn facing the Victoria Harbour — the ideal destination for a picnic with friends.

Next: Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park

Surrounded by skyscrapers, the eight-hectare Hong Kong Park is a serene gem in the heart of Central. Inside the park, the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware has a special​ exhibition that showcases 96 sets of ceramic tea wares, with selected works by local potters. Refuel with tea and snacks after visiting the exhibition — the elegantly decorated LockCha Tea House offers around 100 types of tea. There is also a Western restaurant named Pondside adjourning the lake, offering a view of waterfalls and lush greenery through its glass panels.​

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