Cover We’ve rounded up the best Hong Kong events for February 2021, including the annual CNY flower market, virtual art performances and more (Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Arts Festival)

From the highly-anticipated Chinese New Year flower market to race events and virtual art performances, there are plenty of fun things to do in Hong Kong this February

February is going to be a busy month for Hong Kongers. With Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day falling over the same weekend this year, we’re all ready to make this year’s festivities extra special and enjoy a memorable celebration with our loved ones.  

Aside from family visits, auspicious gifts hunting and romantic staycations, there’s plenty in store to keep us entertained this month. From the highly-anticipated annual flower market to virtual exhibitions, these are the best Hong Kong events to enjoy in February 2021. 

Editor’s note: Social distancing rules are currently in force for various businesses and venues in Hong Kong, please make sure you follow the latest government guidelines and be responsible when participating in public events. All the events mentioned in the article are still happening on the date of original publication, please refer to the event organisers’ official websites and social media platforms for the latest information. 

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Chinese New Year Flower Market

When: February 6-12

Where: Victoria Park, Causeway Bay

What: No CNY celebration without paying a visit to the flower market in the Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Originally cancelled due to the pandemic, the annual event will go ahead as planned with precautionary measures implemented to ensure a safe environment for all. At the market, visitors will find stalls selling all kinds of auspicious, beautiful flower and plants that make for perfect home decorations. 

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See also: Chinese New Year 2021: 9 Auspicious Flowers To Buy In Hong Kong

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Hard As Nayls Virtual Race

When: From now till February 21

Where: Online and Clearwater Bay

What: Fitness enthusiasts, this one’s for you. The Green Race is hosting a virtual race event that will take participants across the stunning Clearwater Bay and Ma On Shan country parks. You can also challenge yourself to run a distance of 4,8, 20, or 50km to raise funds for charities (including Naylor Education, Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation and Exchange & Empower), where you’ll be able to enjoy some beautiful views along the way. 

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Hong Kong Arts Festival 2021

Date: From now till early March 

Where: Online

What: Due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic and continued social distancing rules, this year’s Hong Kong Arts Festival will take place online over serval weeks with an exciting lineup of international and local art programmes that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home. Expect music concerts, ballet performances, film screenings and more. 

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Dear Hong Kong Exhibition

When: From now till February 22

Where: Lamma Art Collective

What: Dear Hong Kong, a non-profit social project that celebrates the city’s vibrant cultural diversity, is collaborating with Lamma Art Collective to host an exhibition dedicated to its newly launched photo book. The team behind the project has spent two years interviewing, photographing and translating the stories of almost 100 interviewees from different countries. Visit the exhibition to learn more about the meaningful project. 

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See also: Dear Hong Kong, A Photo Book That Celebrates Hong Kong's Cultural Diversity, Launches First Volume

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Secret Theatre: Redemption Room

When: February 25 - March 13

Where: Online via Zoom

What: Secret Theatre invites guests to enjoy an immersive thriller experience—”Redemption Room”—in the comfort of their homes this season. The new programme is expected to be a fun, exciting live online performance, where the audience will get to judge six disgraced celebrities as they seek redemption for their societal crimes.  

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