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Visiting Victoria Park Flower Market In Hong Kong

Pick Your Good Luck Blooms

2019 Feb 06 - 2021 Feb 12

Visiting Victoria Park Flower Market

The fantastic flower market is back! Visiting the Victoria Park Flower Market over Chinese New Year is a must-do for families looking to attend a top market to experience and purchase all the lucky plants associated with the holiday. While the market can be crowded, it is a lot of fun. Give the kids a bit of cash to select their own lucky plant to bring home to their happy home. It’s a fun family outing for all.


Editor’s Note: Little Steps working very hard to be accurate. But these are unusual times, so please check that events are still happening. Initially, the  Annual Chinese New Year Flower Market in Victoria had been canceled earlier in Jan 2021. However, it is now going ahead with stringent crowd-control measures.


What are the top plants to buy at Chinese New Year Flower Markets – the lucky plants?

1.  Mandarin Tree – a symbol of good fortune!

2.  Lucky Bamboo – makes for a happy home

3.  Pussy Willow – lucky!

4.  Cherry and Plum Blossom – a promise of new life.

5.  Pitcher Plant – good luck

6.  Daffodils – good luck

7.  Peonies – peace and prosperity

8.  New Year Fruit – lucky


WHAT: Don’t miss the annual Chinese New Year flower market at Victoria Park!

February 6 – 12, 2021

Where To Find It:​

  • Victoria Park in Causeway Bay
  • Hong Kong. Get out at MTR Causeway Bay Station Exit E or MTR Tin Hau Station Exit A2
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