Kung Hei Fat Choi! What can you think of when it is Chinese New Year? Yummy Chinese traditional snacks and radish cake? Red pockets? Whether it is your first Chinese New Year in Hong Kong or looking for some special activities to do this year, what about following Impressed’s recommendations and enjoy Chinese New Year in a proper local way?
Choosing ‘Lucky Plant’ for your home
If you fancy to grace your home and office with the Chinese New Year feng shui lucky plants then visiting Chinese New Year flower markets located at Victoria Park and Prince Edward is a must-do! Depending what you looking for in You may select from bamboo (luck), cherry blossoms (new beginnings, freshness, innocence) to peonies (love and romance)!
Give yourself a fresh start
Cutting your hair during Chinese New Year is considered as bad luck traditionally. Remember to get them cut beforehand and why not treat yourself with a manicure and pedicure too to kick start the year?
Clean up your home
Cleaning your home thoroughly before Chinese New Year to swipe all the bad luck from the previous year and cleaning the whole space for the good fortune of the coming year. It ensures you and your family will have a fresh start of the new year. Never do any clearing during Chinese New Year, it is a big no-no!
The annual Chinese New Year fireworks is an essential part of the celebration! It will take place at Victoria Harbour and make sure to arrive in advance to get the best spot or book a table at one of the finest restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui and enjoy this magnificent show.
It is Impressed first Chinese New Year too! Our team wishes you a lots of lucks and profits of the Year of Monkey and have a memorable Chinese New Year with families and friends!