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Hong Kong — By Jessy DB on October 12, 2009 at 6:53 am
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Lan Kwai Fong and Soho Street Carnivals

One of the main events of the Hong Kong Food and Wine Year is the upcoming Street Carnival in the city’s hottest partying and dining destinations. From 6-8 November Hong Kong is having a two-day street carnival where you can wine, dine and party the night away with yummy food stalls, beer bongs, sparkling wine, live music and so much more.

The Lan Kwai Fong Street Carnival (map) is a must if you are in Hong Kong and is a great experience for the whole family. Shake it to Latin American tunes and explore the 80 booths selling everything from food and wine to handicrafts and toys for children. There’s a colourful pool of entertainers throughout the two days, including jugglers, clowns, magicians, dancers and face painters. Bring the kids in the afternoon then party all night long right after!

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Details

Dates: 6 – 8 November (Friday – Sunday)

Time: 6 November (Friday) 6pm to 7:30pm (Opening ceremony)

7 November (Saturday) 1pm to 1am

8 November (Sunday) 1pm to 10pm

How to get there:
MTR Central Station Exit D2, walk along Theatre Lane, and up D’Aguilar Street

For those who have an appetite for good food and wine, the Soho Wine and Dine Carnival is the event for you. Hong Kong’s very own Soho will be transformed into a Village on the Hill with tables featuring arts and crafts, jewellery, pottery, homemade products and so much more. Street musicians, stilt walkers, magicians and mimes will scour the streets of Soho to entertain you all night long. And the children can also have fun with friendly activities while you tantalize your taste buds with the finest wines and delectable food.

Details

Dates: 6 – 8 November (Friday – Sunday)

Time: 6 November (Friday) 4pm to 4:30pm (Opening ceremony)

(Festival officially starts at 4:40pm)

7 November (Saturday) 11am to 11pm

8 November (Sunday) 11am to 9pm

How to get there:
MTR Central Station Exit D2, turn right then turn left on Theatre Lane and right on Queen’s Road Central. Walk to Mid-Levels Escalator and get off at Staunton Street (map).

Photo credit: The Hong Kong Guide, Lan Kwai Fong Street Carnival 2008

Related posts:

Experience the Hong Kong Food and Wine Year

Related places:
  1. A
    Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong Island
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  2. B
    Staunton St, Hong Kong Island
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