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4 Places to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Hong Kong

4 Places to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Hong Kong

Brush those mooncake crumbs off your lap – the Mid-Autumn Festival in China is over, and it’s time to get ready for Oktoberfest.

While Oktoberfest isn’t exactly the most traditional celebration you could find in Hong Kong, the massive expat population guarantees a great time to be had all month long. And in true Hong Kong style, the city can’t help but add a special something to the water (or beer). Whether it’s rounding out festivities with Halloween costumes, participating in German pronunciation contests, or chowing down on shrimp cocktail with beer jelly, Oktoberfest in Hong Kong is sure to be an experience you don’t want to miss.

Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel

Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui is, once again, hosting their annual Bierfest from October 16 to November 7. Work for a hotel? Bring three friends on Hotelier Night for free! And don’t forget your costumes on October 30 and 31 – the only thing better than laughing along to the band Notenhobler’s hilarious antics is doing it dressed like a pretty princess.

Happy Valley

Happy Valley wishes you an even Happier Wednesday during the month of October, when Oktoberfest adds another layer of fun to Wednesday nights at the races. Enter the speed-drinking contests in between races (after placing your bets, of course), or sit back and relax to the sweet harmony of tubas and hoof beats. Feeling peckish? The kitchens are dishing up a cool shrimp cocktail with beer jelly for your enjoyment.

Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel

For an authentic German dinner buffet, look no farther than Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel. On October 24, the outdoor waterfront terrace will be transformed into a biergarten, complete with live band and sausage eating contest. Oh, and if you wanted German beer, your ticket includes 3 free pints of Paulaner – so book soon.

Hotels have definitely jumped on the Oktoberfest train. From October 2-11, China Coast Bar + Grill in the Regal Airport Hotel will host their annual Oktoberfest celebration featuring over 50 beers from various countries. Stop by to try your hand at the German word pronunciation contest and you could win a prize.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Chinese New Year 2021 in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Spring Festival holiday, which is the biggest holiday in China. Hong Kong's Chinese New Year festival is world-famous.

Chinese New Year 2021 is a OX year.

In Hong Kong, people mark the occasion with a unique fusion of modern fun and ancient customs. The three days comprising a night parade, spectacular fireworks, and horse racing often make it to the top of world festival event lists.

For Chinese New Year 2021, many of the traditional annual Chinese New Year events have been canceled such as the fireworks and the parade.


Watch the video: DMC sponsors the German Beer Festival October Fest in Hong Kong (January 2022).