Experiencing a major Chinese festival in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Festival
Is an enchanting and mesmerising adventure.

Hong Kong's major traditional festivals are colourful and noisy affairs, at which thousands upon thousands of people turn out to join the celebrations. Fireworks, festive feasting, lion and dragon dancers, incense smoke, Chinese opera, mah jong, fortune-telling, carnivals and parades come together in a variety of combinations to create a uniquely festive atmosphere seen nowhere else in the world.

The festivals are among the best ways to experience the unique culture of this modern East-meets-West destination. There are festivals throughout the year that you are sure to enjoy.

Join a tour group to get the best seats in the house during any of the city's festivals.


 Lunar Month  Festival  Lunar Dates  Western Dates 
      2017 2018
 First Moon  Chinese New Year  Day 01 28 Jan 16 Feb
First Moon Birthday of Che Kung Day 02 29 Jan 17 Feb
 First Moon  Spring Lantern Festival  Day 15 11Feb 2 Mar
 Second Moon  Hung Shing Festival  Day 13 10 Mar 29 Mar
 Third Moon  Ching Ming Festival  # 4 Apr 5 Apr
 Third Moon  Birthday of Tin Hau  Day 23 19 Apr 8 May
 Fourth Moon  Cheung Chau Bun Festival  Day 05-09 30 Apr - 4 May 19-23 May
 Fourth Moon  Birthday of Lord Buddha  Day 08 3 May 22 May
 Fourth Moon  Birthday of Tam Kung  Day 08 3 May 22 May
 Fifth Moon  Dragon Boat Festival  Day 05 30 May 18 Jun
 Sixth Moon  Birthday of Kwan Tai  Day 24 17 Jul 8 Aug
 Seventh Moon  Seven Sisters Festival  Day 07 28 Aug 17 Aug
 Seventh Moon  Yue Laan (Hungry Ghost) Festival  Day 15 5 Sep 25 Aug
 Eighth Moon  Mid-Autumn Festival  Day 15 4 Oct 24 Sep
 Eighth Moon  Monkey God Festival  Day 16 5 Oct 25 Sep
 Eighth Moon  Birthday of Confucius  Day 27 16 Oct 6 Oct
 Ninth Moon  Chung Yeung Festival  Day 09 28 Oct 17 Oct
 Eleventh Moon  Dong Zhi (Winter Solstice) Festival  / 22 Dec 22 Dec


# No lunar date. Follows Winter Solstice by 105 days.