Pack your stuff and come to Macau to immerse yourself in the city’s unique combination of Chinese-with-a-hint-of-Portuguese charm and its renowned love for festivities just in time for the Lunar New Year. To greet the year, the city will explode into color and movement as the ground becomes flooded with parades, flowers, lanterns, dancers, and excited people while the sky lights up with fireworks. Many high-end hotels are offering great deals on themed feasts and special accommodation & spa packages. Honor old traditions and develop new ones – there’s so much fun to be had at this special time in the truly unique city of Macau!
More activities for kids in Macau over CNY 2023:
BUY YOUR OWN FIREWORKS IN MACAO - It's always popular to shoot your own fireworks in Macau on Chinese New Year. Visitors can buy fireworks at 2 key locations in Macau in 2023 - Macao Peninsula and in Taipa too! Why not set off some firecrackers to scare the evil spirits too?
CHINESE NEW YEAR MARKET 2023 - Chinese New Year flower market in Tap Seac Square is an unmissable New Year's Eve stop for so many in Macau. Honor the tradition and give away your flowers of choice or use them to add fresh life to the festive decorations. Get some souvenirs and delicious bites along the way too.
CHINESE NEW YEAR FIREWORKS DISPLAY 2023 - Direct your gaze toward the sky for another colorful tradition and enjoy a legendary, free display of fireworks over Macau. It's free!
PINWHEELS IN MACAU - Get some pinwheels to attract luck! Visit the incense and pinwheel stalls at the A-Ma Temple next to Barra Square and take your time to ask the goddess for luck in the following year as well. Take your kids to learn about the craftsmanship behind these happy objects so they can appreciate them even more.
THE GOLDEN DRAGON AND LION PARADE:
ANNUAL FLOAT PARADE FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR IN MACAU:
Remember, this is just a tiny fraction of what the city has to offer, so don't forget to dig deeper and find other hidden gems! Look for special packages like these, for example, too! The Macao Government Tourism Office website offers valuable and detailed info on the traditional festive happenings in the city, so head there and plan the fun out!
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