Where to Watch Chinese New Year Fireworks in Hong Kong 2024
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Best Spots in Hong Kong for Watching the 2024 Lunar New Year Fireworks

Ring in the Chinese New Year with a bang watching the annual fireworks show, celebrating the arrival of the Year of the Dragon! This mesmerising event draws many excited crowds, with splendid colours erupting across the Victoria Harbour skyline, making it one of the city's most eagerly awaited spectacles each year.

The sky will light up at 8 PM on the second day of the 2024 Lunar New Year celebrations, which falls under Feb. 11 this year. For an optimal viewing experience, barges will be strategically positioned in the harbour, ensuring a stunning display from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central. The event will see a temporary halt to harbour traffic, setting the stage for an uninterrupted visual feast – it’s an experience in Hong Kong you definitely shouldn’t miss!

That’s why we’re here to dish insider tips on the best spots to catch a panoramic view of the 2024 Chinese New Year fireworks in Hong Kong! Stay tuned for the best vantage points out in the open, as well as more private dining spots that grant you front-row seats, with tipples to boot.

Where to Book Dinner with 2024 Chinese New Year Firework Views

Hue

interiors with harbour view in evening Hue restaurant tsim sha tsui hong kong

Ring in the Year of the Dragon with an unforgettable feast of fusion dishes at Modern Australian restaurant, Hue Dining. Perched in the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Tsim Sha Tsui, with its stunning views of Victoria Harbour's fireworks, the venue sets the stage for a memorable 2024 Chinese New Year celebration.

Savor a four-course Chinese banquet-flavoured menu, showcasing a fusion of creative and mouth-watering dishes. Elevate your culinary journey with an optional wine pairing for an additional HK$390 per person. Main course selections promise to impress, featuring choices like Suckling Pig, Atlantic Cod, M8 Striploin, or vegetarian Dumplings. A vegetarian option for each course is also on offer, ensuring a delightful experience for all.

Hutong

night view dining room at hutong tsim sha tsui chinese restaurant

As Victoria Harbour lights up with the 2024 fireworks, enjoy an unmatched Chinese New Year dining experience with a menu featuring exquisite dishes like Angus beef tenderloin fried rice, each course complementing the stunning display. In the festive spirit, visit Hutong’s festive wishing tree to add your wish to the branches and partake in a beloved Lunar New Year tradition, celebrating the Year of the Dragon.

INK

night harbour view in front of ink restaurant from balcony of hkmoa tsim sha tsui

Celebrate Chinese New Year fireworks with a bang at INK Seafood Café's exclusive party along the harbourfront. Located on the ground floor of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, just steps from the Avenue of Stars, the café offers a stunning alfresco setting right by the water.

With limited availability to just 20 tables, the café is selling celebration packages in groups of four, promising front-row seats to the fireworks display at a private table with a clear harbour view, a bottle of champagne, and a selection of eight cocktails, beers, or wines. Indulge in gourmet snacks like Ink-style prawn toasties, char siu “guo bao” buns, and more, topped off with a festive red bean coconut pudding.

Pullman Hotel

pullman hotel causeway bay rooftop views of orange fireworks above victoria harbour

Revel in the festive spirit from the Pullman Hotel’s Rooftop Garden in the heart of Causeway Bay, offering a prime view of the awe-inspiring Chinese New Year fireworks. Perched high above, enjoy a panoramic view of the city, Victoria Park, and Victoria Harbour – a perfect backdrop to welcome the Year of the Dragon. Complement this visual feast with a free-flow of exquisite wines and a selection of Chinese New Year-themed snacks.

Regent

evening shot window views of fireworks at lobby lounge regent hotel hong kong

This lavish dining destination offers an array of exquisite dinner experiences for you and your loved ones during the Chinese New Year festivities on Feb. 11 to complement the fireworks! Indulge in a sumptuous 6-Course Fireworks Dinner at the Regent’s Lobby Lounge and marvel in the enchantment of the panoramic fireworks display. At The Steak House, enjoy a dinner featuring premium meats and wine pairings, along with an exceptional view of the fireworks from the private terrace.

For a traditional taste, Lai Ching Heen presents a sumptuous 6-Course Fireworks Dinner, where Chef Lau will delight your palate with auspicious Chinese New Year dishes, accompanied by an exclusive selection of teas from Tea Sommelier Kelvin Mok. For a unique taste, Nobu's Fireworks Omakase Dinner including special Peruvian Japanese style dishes.

Vista

evening shot window views of fireworks from balcony of vista bar tsim sha tsui

Timed with the stunning fireworks display, enjoy a breathtaking skyline view during a luxurious four-course meal at Vista, promising an unforgettable blend of fine dining and sparkling celebration.

At HK$1588 per person, the dinner menu's highlight is the decadent Grilled beef tenderloin and foie gras, served with morel ragu and red wine truffle jus, and topped with gold crackling. For dessert, savour the special Golden tiramisu, a lavish twist on the classic. Extend your evening at Vista Bar for HK$388 per person, where you can immerse in the vibrant atmosphere and enjoy a complimentary glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne.

Where to Watch the 2024 Chinese New Year Fireworks for Free

With no admission fee for the public viewing areas, you’ll want to arrive early to snag a prime spot. Remember, traffic can be intense, so opting for the MTR or other public transport to reach the harbour is wise. Choose your favourite spot and enjoy the breathtaking fireworks above Victoria Harbour!

Firework Viewing Spots on Hong Kong Island

Central Ferry and Harbourfront: This scenic promenade offers ample space and clear views. The fireworks are also in clear view from Pier 7 on the deck floor, as well as at Pier 9 and 10.

The Hong Kong Observation Wheel: Though you might have to time this ride due to possible queues, taking a scenic trip on the ferris wheel would be a great way to rise above the crowds for a unique perspective while the fireworks go off.

IFC Mall: Its rooftop area on the 4th floor is an iconic spot for viewing the Chinese New Year fireworks, often also typically playing the backdrop to the New Year’s Eve countdown in Hong Kong. The outdoor deck are popular, with a little stretch also available for chilling at on the 3rd floor.

Tamar Park: Those who prefer an open space can head to this park in Admiralty, which also offers waterfront ambiance.

Golden Bauhinia Square: To really get a feel for Hong Kong’s unique charm, this venue in Wan Chai encompasses a big lot that stretches out to the waterfront promenade.

Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park: Further west from Central, this park offers good views from the Sheung Wan waterfront.

Firework Viewing Spots in Tsim Sha Tsui:

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade: Stretching from the Star Ferry Terminal to the Avenue of Stars, this iconic strip is a favourite amongst both tourists and locals. Do be warned that it can get quite crowded.

Harbour City Ocean Terminal: Head up to find the rooftop deck that lies between the extension connecting the two malls. The spot provides stunning views that wrap around to 270-degrees.

West Kowloon Cultural District: Affording an open space in front of the International Commerce Centre, it’s an ideal spot for firework watching, with plenty of room to spare.

West Kowloon Station: Right above there is the Green Plaza, which features a ‘Sky Corridor’ sightseeing deck.

Hung Hom Promenade: Further out East from Tsim Sha Tsui, the waterfront in this neighbourhood is a wonderful spot for catching views.

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