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New Year in Hong Kong is a must-visit destination in 2021

New year in Hong Kong is exciting for all party lovers! This city knows how to celebrate every moment, particularly the New year’s eve. The party vibes begin to crawl right from Christmas and last till the Chinese New Year. The Chinese New Year is celebrated on 12th February. New Year in Hong Kong is a must-visit destination in 2021 with your loved ones.

Hong Kong
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Hong Kong becomes illuminated during the New year’s eve. The party atmosphere takes up the whole city and the fireworks at the Victoria Harbor are too great and one should not definitely miss it. Also, people will have a memorable experience during the time of New Year’s in Hong Kong. Celebrate the start of a New Year 2021 with a blast with your loved ones. We assure you that Hong Kong’s New Year celebration will take you to a different level.

Top 10 attractions to visit to celebrate New Year in Hong Kong

If you are planning a Hong Kong vacation with your loved ones during this time of the year, there is so much you can do and celebrate. We are here to help you out on how and where to celebrate the New Year in this region in 2021. People can visit Hong Kong in January end or February first week to witness the Chinese New Year.

Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour
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The bustling Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong’s downtown area is one of the best spots to visit during Christmas and New Year’s eve with your loved ones. This place is also known for luring innumerable tourists every day. During Hong Kong New Year’s Eve 2021, this region sure puts on a show to flaunt. You can take a harbour cruise ride and watch the colourful light & sound show – Symphony of Lights, or glimpse at the skyline of Hong Kong sparkling with fireworks – there is so much to see and do here on your New Year trip in Hong Kong. No wonder New Year in Hong Kong is a must-visit destination in 2021.

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If you are planning to celebrate the New Year in this area, get on board a cruise – where you can join the crowd, sing, shout and have a memorable night. You can also spend time with loved ones by picking up your own spot, relaxing and watch the starlit sky.

New Years’ Parade

There cannot be anything better than attending the New Year’s Parade in Hong Kong for people wishing to behold all the colours of Hong Kong’s vibrant culture. On 31st December, locals organize parades which last till 10 pm. It concludes late at night and makes way for a wild New Year countdown party.

Live concerts at Tsim Sha Tsui

Apart from Hong Kong New Year’s Eve parties, Tsim Sha Tsui is yet another warm place for enjoying your new year vacation in Hong Kong. The area is surrounded with malls, designer showrooms, street markets, hotels and pubs. On New Years’ Eve, you will witness the spark getting brighter in this place. Many pubs arrange live concerts and exciting countdown parties. Tsim Sha Tsui is also the perfect spot to watch the New Year fireworks.

Watching fireworks at Vantage point

Captivating fireworks are the best attraction of the New Year celebration in any country. In Hong Kong, locals and travellers from across the world gather at the vantage points to watch the sky sparkle. The city’s skyline lightens with colourful lights while the waterfront gets hit up with a rippling effect and an impressive light and sound show. The best vantage points to see fireworks are Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Center, Harbour City Car Park, China Ferry Terminal, Hung Hom and West Kowloon. Apart from this, you can also visit Waterfront Promenade and Kowloon Peak, IFC Mall, waterfront next to Hong Kong Observation Wheel.

New Year’s Eve Party

Hong Kong can be a party animals dream come true. Travellers across the world make the most of life in this energetic country. Attend some of the best New Year parties in Hong Kong and tap your feet to the tunes. Best New Year parties in Hong Kong are hosted mainly at Kee Club, Duddell’s at Central, Ozone Bar, and The Pawn in Wan Chai. The admission fee starts from Rs. 1,500 to Rs. 4,000.

Hong Kong Times Square

Thought only New York has Times Square? Then you are totally wrong. Times Square right here in Hong Kong is inspired by the original one in New York. Welcome Hong Kong New Year 2021 at the Times Square. Customary New Year’s Ball Drop happens here too and you don’t even have to be in New York to enjoy it. Many people gather at Hong Kong’s Time Square to watch the rising and lighting of the ball. It is accompanied with rocking performances to enlighten Hong Kong New Year’s Eve.

Lan Kwai Fong

Lan Kwai Fong is the best place to celebrate New Year in Hong Kong for party lovers. It is home to around 100 bars and clubs where people can have amazing Hong Kong nightlife. Locals and travellers come to this part of the town to enjoy a sumptuous buffet and free drinks. However, most places here ask for a hefty cover charge. You could hit the bars or the streets to take part in the fun if you are not willing to pay so much for the New Year Party in Hong Kong.

Observation Wheel Ride

It is easy to get lost in the crowd and lose sight in Hong Kong, especially during New Years’. Hop on to the ride at the Hong Kong Observation Wheeland and enjoy the lit-up views of the island from a height.

Luxury Feast

Those who like to celebrate with loved ones, can make reservations at one of the fancy restaurants in Hong Kong and enjoy a fancy dinner. It is also an amazing option to abandon Hong Kong New Year’s Eve party if you hate crowds.

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Hong Kong
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Well, your Hong Kong New Year’s Eve just got lit up with a lot of options to look out for! That’s why New Year in Hong Kong is a must-visit in 2021. Make sure that you book your trip to Hong Kong with Pickyourtrail to have a seamless experience. Have a great New Year in Hong Kong!

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