Public Holiday. Wednesday 5th, Chung Yeung Festival. Also known as Autumn Remembrance, a day to respect and remember ancestors.
Sorry, nothing going on this month ....
Public Holiday. Christmas and Boxing day fall on Sunday and Monday so take Tuesday 27th as well. For children of all ages a visit to Statue Square in Central is always worth a look, every year they come up with a new theme.
Public Holiday. New Year's Day is on Sunday, so still time to sort out that hangover.
Public Holiday. Chinese New Year - Spring Festival, The Year of the Dragon falls on Monday 23rd to Wednesday 25th. Remember to wish your Chinese friends "Kung Hei Fat Choi!" May be give your security staff "Hong Pau" or "Lai See" a lucky red envelope with a few dollars in it, new notes ideally. Traditionally these are given to single people.
Don't forget it's Valentine's Day on Tuesday the 14th. For flowers you want Fa Yuen Street Flower Market in Mong Kok.
No, sorry nothing to offer you this month, unless you're into rugby.
Event. Hong Kong Rugby Sevens. Dates yet to be announced, but usually the last weekend of the month.
Public Holiday. Ching Ming Festival is on Wednesday 4th.
Public Holiday. Easter, Good Friday is on the 6th April, Saturday 7th is also a public holiday.
Public Holiday. Easter Monday is on the 9th, so make the most of the long break.
N.B. We haven't listed all the festivals. Others are generaly in celebration of birthday's such as Tim Hau and Confucius as examples, these are very local and held in specific areas only.
Worried you might miss an important holiday while you're in Hong Kong, got it covered, visit the world holidays website.