Hong Kong Wan Chai Lee Tung Avenue (利東街) is decorated in a Mid-Autumn Festival theme featuring thousands of multi-coloured lanterns hanging along the walkaway, bringing auspicious wishes to visitors.
Mid-Autumn LED Fire Dragon Fiesta
The fiesta is the dancing debut held from 8:30 to 9:30 pm. With an impressive 70-ft-long LED fire dragon across the tree-lined walkway from Queen’s Road East entrance to Johnston Road entrance, this is an auspicious, creative and cultural-inspiring way to celebrate.
Date: 14 – 16 September, 2016
Time: 8:30pm – 9:30pm
Lee Tung Avenue
Lee Tung Avenue, a new shopping precinct opened in March 2016, is part of an HK$8 billion Urban Renewal Authority (URA) project for redevelopment the former Lee Tung Street, popularly known as “Wedding Card Street” and surrounding area, which includes about 1275 luxury residential apartments as well as themed shopping area. The redevelopment has been carried out by a consortium comprising Hopewell Holdings and Sino Land together with the URA.
Also, to promote Chinese ethnic culture among residents and tourists alike, month-long lantern displays with themes are held around the Mid-Autumn Festival.
- Hong Kong Space Museum Mid-Autumn Thematic Lantern Display – Fly Me to the Moon
- Victoria Park Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnival 2016
- Tai Po Waterfront Park Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnival 2016
- Tin Shui Wai Park Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnival 2016
Lee Tung Avenue Mid-Autumn Celebration
Venue: Lee Tung Avenue
Address: 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How to get there :
The main entrances to the precinct are from Johnston Road and Queen’s Road East. Nearest MTR station is Wan Chai, exit A3 (about 60-metres), Hong Kong Tramways Swatow Street stop (westbound) or Luard Road stop (eastbound), numerous bus routes stop on Johnston Road and Queen’s Road East within short walking distance of Lee Tung Avenue including Citybus/NWFB routes 37B, 37X, 75, 90, 97, 590A, 6, 6a, 6X, 10 and 15.
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