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Hong Kong's Lunar New Year

Hong Kong’s Lunar New Year Parade Returns – Record International Participation

After a five-year hiatus, Hong Kong’s annual Lunar New Year parade is making a comeback, promising to be bigger than ever with the largest number of international performing groups. Scheduled for February 10th, which coincides with the first day of the Year of the Dragon, the event is anticipated to attract approximately 150,000 spectators, with tourists expected to make up at least 30 per cent of the audience. Visitors from Hong Kong Hotels Wan Chai, and many a 4 star hotel in Hong Kong are sure to attend the festival.

The Hong Kong Tourism Board has expressed confidence in drawing both residents and tourists, highlighting the inclusion of 16 international and 13 local performance groups. Acts from countries such as Japan, Spain, and Germany will contribute to the festive atmosphere, making the return of the Lunar New Year Parade a major highlight for the Year of the Dragon celebration.