COME AND EXPERIENCE THE CHINESE NEW YEAR 2017 IN MACAO AS IT WELCOMES THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER

Chinese New Year is the most important and colourful Chinese festival celebrated by the majority of the local population, where shops, offices, factories close for this traditional holiday during the month of January from the 28th -30th, 2017.
During ten days there are a huge number of events celebrating the New Year. The long dragon and lions dance on the streets, crowds visit the temples, lanterns, flowers and entertainment comes alive in the most important squares of the city. It is also a tradition, when people visit and greet each other with two joined hands closed, saying "Kung Hei Fat Choi" and offering "Lai Si" (red pockets) containing money, which is a way to wish good luck and prosperity throughout the year to friends and relatives.
15th day of the First Moon is the Lanterns Festival, being equally the Valentine's Days in the Chinese tradition. At night, the celebrations continue with colorful lanterns placed around. Small balls of glutinous rice is prepared as dessert, for homophonic reasons and symbolizes the "ribbon of friendship", "family reunion" or "good luck" for the Chinese.
Flowers are traditionally an integral part of Chinese New Year festivities, with the Chinese New Year’s Eve Flower Market a popular evening treat for families hunting down their favourite plants. While few Asian cities permit such activities, Macao’s Firecrackers and Fireworks Zones in Taipa and on the Peninsula attract thousands of spellbound admirers who as like as not will also purchase pinwheels for luck from the Incense and Pinwheel Stalls at A-Ma Temple.
Witness the grand Parade for Celebrating the Year of the Rooster, Lion Dance performances and plenty more at some of Macao's magnificent landmarks. 

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