Our insider tips on who’s visiting, what’s happening, and where to go during your Hong Kong visit.
Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance
Coinciding with Mid-Autumn Festival is the unique Fire Dragon Dance — a spectacular ritual guaranteed to be one of the most extraordinary events you will ever witness. The 67-metre-long dragon is studded with thousands of burning joss sticks that at night produce an incredible spectacle of fire, smoke and dynamic fury as the dragon wends and dances through the backstreets of Tai Hang in Causeway Bay.
Date: 26-28 September 2015
Time: 8:15pm-10:30pm (26 & 28 September); 8:15pm-10pm (27 September)
Venue: Tai Hang, Causeway Bay (26 & 28 September); Victoria Park (27 September)
Fine Art Asia
Showcasing a wide range of fine art from both the East and the West by 100 prestigious international galleries, the fair displays antiques including ancient Chinese bronzes, rare Himalayan, Central Asian and more! Come and join art collectors and lovers from all over the world!
Date: 4-7 October 2015
Time: 11am-7pm (4-6 October); 11am-6pm (7 October)
Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Admission:Adult: HK$200 (admits 2); Students and senior citizens aged over 60: HK$50
Hong Kong Tennis Open
Get set for top sporting action as some of the brightest stars in women’s tennis descend upon Hong Kong for a showpiece event. Blending style, glamour and athleticism, the Hong Kong Tennis Open is a Women’s Tennis Association-sanctioned International Series Event!
Date: 10-18 October 2015
Time: Various Times
Venue: Victoria Park Tennis Stadium
Admission: Various Prices