Hong Kong - What's On When?
January - Hong Kong Fashion Week
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre showcases the latest clothing and accessories in the biggest fashion event in Asia.
February - Hong Kong Marathon
This 10km run starts at Nathan Road and winds around Hong Kong over several bridges until it reaches Victoria Park.
March - Hong Kong International Film Festival
This festival screens an average of 330 from 50 countries in 12 cultural venues across Hong Kong, showcasing Asian talent in particular.
April - Ching Ming Festival
This festival marks the beginning of Spring and is a time for getting out and about to enjoy the renewed greenery and the new life in nature.
May - Hong Kong International Art Fair
This fair brings together collectors, artisit, curators and galleries from across Asia to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
June - Hong Kong Cultural Celebrations
Four major festivals occur in this one month period, including Buddha Day, Cheung Chau Bun, Birthday of Tin Hau and Birthday of Tam Kung.
July - Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day
Public holiday with fireworks celebrations to celebrate the transfer of Hong Kong from Britain to China.
August - Hungry Ghost Festival
This annual festival is to appease malcontent ghosts by holding religious parades and burning paper 'sacrifices' at various locations.
September - Mid-Autumn Festival
An ancient festival across all of Hong Kong and devoted to the large full moon, with carnivals, fire dragons, harbour cruises and moon cakes.
October - Hong Kong Cricket Sixes
Cricket's world powers battle for victory during three days of action at the Kowloon Cricket Club.
November - Hong Kong Open
A Super Series event in the Badminton World Federation's calender, with a top prize of $250000 at the Hong Kong Coliseum.
December - Hong Kong Open Championship
This leading pro golf tournament is the country's oldest pro sports event and attracts both famous names and rising stars.