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Hong Kong Chinese New Year Markets

Happy Year of the Goat! 新年進步!

The HiStreet team wishes you a healthy, prosperous new year! 祝大家今年「喜氣羊羊」!

Although most of the local shops are closed, sometimes even for a whole week, it doesn’t mean you are stuck without any options for shopping. You can soak in the new year atmosphere by browsing the week-long Chinese New Year Markets that pop up throughout the city. We visited the market at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to experience the new year vibe. The markets have ended on Thursday early morning, so we hope you can experience the hustle and bustle through our photos here.

過年時間雖然有很多商鋪都關閉,甚至有時初七才開市,但相信許多市民都有去逛年宵市場吧!我們去了於銅鑼灣維園的花市,感受新年氣氛。雖然各年宵花市已經於初二清晨完滿結束,我們希望您可以透過相片感受花市的熱鬧吧。

Chinese New Year Market in Hong Kong 年宵花市

Fresh flowers at Chinese New Year Market, Hong Kong

The New Year Markets are also called “Flower Markets”, because fresh flowers are the main attraction for customers. In additional to the Chinese New Year standards such as peach blossoms, orchids, and narcissus, one can see a large variety of other beautiful flowers to display in their homes.

A lot of the vendors also sell home goods and toys that are related to the new year. Aren’t the little stuffed animal sheep adorable?!

年宵市場最不小得的,當然是鮮花啦!除了新年必須的桃花、蘭花及水仙,更可見其他鮮艷的花卉,包羅萬有。

除了鮮花,許多攤位有售賣賀新年的家品和玩具。這些小羊公仔可愛嗎?

2015年宵市場玩具

Chinese New Year red pockets

Street vendors at Chinese New Year Market

Hong Kong Chinese New Year Market 2015

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Tracy Wong

As the co-founder of HiStreet, Tracy can usually be found running the operations and communications aspects of the team. She can also be found snapping away on her camera on the streets of Hong Kong.