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Chinese New Year Fireworks Display
Flashy Start To The Year Of The Pig

Lunar New Year is the ultimate holiday in Hong Kong, and watching the annual, marvelous firework display is the ultimate way to celebrate it. The city really does pull out all the stops to celebrate this festive and traditional holiday. The flashy 25-minute show will take place on February 6th at 8 pm and is a perfect way to immerse the kids in the city's culture.

This iconic celebratory display is one to take seriously though. The city tends to be lined up with large crowds of people in any location that the fireworks can be viewed. Make sure to plan out the night for a nearby dinner and be sure to spare time to make it to your viewing spot before it's taken. Trust us, it happens. To help you out, Little Steps has created a list of neat spots where you can catch the works!

If you missed the 2019 firework display, this is the perfect opportunity to view what the skyline combined with fireworks like!

Click here for the best places to view the fireworks with the kids (restaurants, hidden spots in the city, and more).

Bring on the Year of Pig with a heart-stopping bang! Make sure to check out Little Steps' ultimate guide to the scoop on all the best and hidden viewing spots to enjoy the display with the kids.

February 6, 2019 at 8pm. Enjoy!

Victoria Harbour between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, www.lcsd.gov.hk/eo

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