15 Lunar New Year Flower Fairs You Should Not Miss in 2021

In Hong Kong, most HongKongers love to visit Lunar New Year Flower Fair before another Chinese New Year has come. This activity is very family friendly; it has now become one of the best & fun Chinese traditions to do specially for Chinese New Year. Years and years ago, these flower fairs are not the place where it only sells flowers, but also creative decorations and products. The food stall section has gone too but the Coronavirus won't stop us from buying fresh flowers for celebrating this big festival in Hong Kong. Let's find out where you can find a flower fair in your district and discover more of which you should buy from these markets!


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Where to Buy Chinese New Year Flowers from

  1. Victoria Park in Causeway Bay - the largest Flower Fair in Hong Kong Island

  2. Fa Hui park in Mong Kok - the Most Popular Flower Fair in Kowloon And the rest of them...

  3. Morse Park in Wong Tai Sin

  4. Kwun Tong Recreation Ground in Kwun Tong

  5. Cheung Sha Wan Playground in Sham Shui Po

  6. Tai Tung Road Garden in Tung Chung

  7. Kwai Chung Sports Ground in Kwai Tsing

  8. Man Yee Playground in Sai Kung

  9. Po Hong Park in Tseung Kwan O

  10. Sha Tsui Road Playground in Tusen Wan

  11. Tin Hau Temple in Fung Shui Square in Tai Po

  12. Tin Hau Temple Plaza in Tuen Mun

  13. Tung Tau Industrial Area Playground in Yuen Long

  14. Yuen Wo Playground in Sha Tin

  15. Shek Wu Hui Playground in the North District


All Chinese New Year Flower Fairs will open on 6th February 2021 to 11th February 2021.


Things to Buy at Chinese New Year Flower Fair in Hong Kong


  1. Kumquat Trees - they carry a meaning of "abundant luck and happiness" in Chinese and bring good blessings to someone who receives them.

  2. Orchids - they are usually the symbol of purity and have been considered to be a luxury gift.

  3. Peach Blossoms - these intense pink blossoms represent prosperity and growth as they bloom in Spring right before every Chinese New Year arrives.

  4. Peonies - these beautiful blooms are considered as the king of flowers in Chinese culture and they are best known in feminine beauty and peace.

  5. Narcissus - as known as Water Fairy Flowers, they are loved by every family as they have a lovely smell to welcome every family member home.

  6. Pussy Willows - its name in Chinese sounds so much like "Money & Property" makes everyone crazy about having them during Chinese New Year.

  7. Nipple Fruit Trees - these inedible fruits are ideal for married couples as they carry the meaning of "having five generations in the same room"; simply gift one to someone who'd like to have a baby!


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