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New Years Eve in Hong Kong

Are you in the right place? For more info on the Chinese New Year in Hong Kong check our blog post - Year of the Tiger.

For more detailed info on the New Year Celebrations in Hong Kong go to - Hong Kong Year of the Tiger.

For more on the fireworks and to watch live fireworks right now check - Live Fireworks in Hong Kong.

Although, the New Year’s Eve is not as grand as the Chinese New Year, but one thing is for sure, there no shortage of the joy and excitement in China.

If you are in China to spend your New Year holidays then head towards Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the most famous destinations for wining, dining and entertainment.

Hong Kong Fireworks in the South China Sea

Some of the popular places in Hong Kong where people gather to watch the fireworks are Central District, Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui harbourfront, Victoria Harbour, Culture Centre, Tamar Site and Ocean Terminal. The Countdown Carnival is celebrated where tens of thousands of local and tourists gather. The entertaining programs such as physical theatre, music, dances and magic shows are also the star attractions, not to mention some of the prettiest and most impressive fireworks you have seen. With so much entertainment and excitement lined in Hong Kong for the New Year’s celebration, it is next to impossible to say ‘No’ to a trip to Hong Kong!!!!

The best places to view the fireworks in Hong Kong for New Year's Eve. Enjoy the best views and the best spots to watch the fireworks. With our Hong Kong Fireworks for New Years Guide. 2010 Fireworks reviews.

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