Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is a highlight of the Hong Kong calendar. Symbolizing prosperity and unity, while invoking good fortune for the year ahead, the lunar festival is cherished and celebrated by locals across the city as they exchange blessings and good wishes. May this Year of the Tiger bring you health, happiness and prosperity! 
Boost Your Luck in 2022 with These Dishes
What you eat during Chinese New Year plays an important, symbolic role in bringing about good luck for the year to come. Each of these traditional dishes symbolize different elements believed to usher in a prosperous lunar new year. Learn More >
Cured meat or lap mei is also a popular traditional Chinese New Year delicacy, and is often used to garnish turnip cakes that are especially eaten during the festival, as well as in claypot rice and other dishes. This video shows the story of Hong Kong-style cured meat and how it is made. Watch video >
Chinese New Year Greetings
The Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Executive Director, Mr Dane Cheng, shares with you a special New Year video message.
NEW! 360 HK Moments Wellness Videos
The calming sounds of nature can be felt in these new ASMR videos, featuring refreshing outdoor experiences. From scenic cycling trails and island hopping to exploring ancient villages and hiking volcanic rock formations in a UNESCO Geopark, Hong Kong offers a surprising variety of wellness choices. Click on the links below to watch:

  1. Hong Kong GeoPark, Sai Kung
  2. Lai Chi Wo – Historic Hakka Village
  3. Lamma Island
  4. Sheung Shui – Scenic Bike Ride
New Year Countdown Video
In case you missed Hong Kong’s spectacular New Year Countdown display, accompanied by a performance from the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, you can still share in the fun and excitement. View the recorded highlights, which broadcasted globally on 31 December. 
Hong Kong through Artists' Eyes
See how Hong Kong thrills and inspires two British-born Hong Kong-based designers and read about the flourishing arts scene in the city. 

Photo credit: Szabotage and Chris Lau 
Best Michelin-recommended Cheap Eats
A total of 71 Hong Kong restaurants have been named in the 2022 Michelin Guide, including 9 restaurants that have been awarded one Michelin star for the first time.   The dining guide also has a Bib Gourmand and Michelin Plate selection to shine the spotlight on budget-friendly establishments. For top-quality dishes that don’t break the bank, check out these Michelin-recommended cheap eats in Hong Kong.