Kong New Years Day - Hong Kong
New Year's Day in Hong Kong celebrates, on the Gregorian calendar, the first day of the year. This holiday takes place January 1st every year.
During this holiday, people mostly celebrate with their friends and family members and it is common to light fireworks publicly or privately. Most stores are closed.
New Year's Day was celebrated on March 15th on the old Roman Calendar but now it is celebrated on January 1st. The holiday was moved to January 1st in 153 BCE.
- Hong Kong Major Holidays:
- New Years Day,
- Chinese Lunar New Year,
- Good Friday,
- Tomb Sweeping Day,
- Holy Saturday,
- Ching Ming Festival,
- Day following Easter Monday,
- Labour Day,
- Buddhas Birthday,
- Dragon Boat Festival,
- Special Administrative Region Establishment Day,
- Day after MidAutumn Festival,
- National Day of the People's Republic of China,
- Chung Yeung Festival,
- Christmas Day,
- Boxing Day
Provides calendars for the calendar year for Hong Kong.
Holiday Dates for the Year
Provides the dates for holidays for the calendar year for Hong Kong.
Holiday Countdown for the Year
For a count of the number of days for upcoming and past holiday dates for the calendar year for Hong Kong.