Fascinated with the drifting rain of Sakura (cherry blossom) but do not have time and money for a Japan sightseeing tour? No worry! You can hold your hanami (flower viewing) party in Hong Kong this spring!
According to A Lo’s post, Sakura in Hong Kong usually blossoms from January to March and there are four major places for people to enjoy the beauty—New Asia College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in Sha Tin, Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden in Tai Po, Kwan Kung Pavilion in Cheung Chau, and Tai Mo Shan Country Park in Tsuen Wan.
In the post, you can find detailed location, preferable viewing time, transportation guidance and even some cultural background about Sakura. And what you cannot miss are alluring photos of Sakura in these four sites.
As the post says, “Winter goes and spring comes, which means it is time for Sakura Festival.”
So just spend a little money (for transport) and a fine-weather weekend, then you can have an unforgettable memory about the dance of Sakura with friends and families!
And if you want to do more than just sightseeing, here are some tips for you! Action right now!
- How to predict the florescence of Sakura in HK
- Five Steps to a Pretty Sakura Snapshot
- Japanese Food for Hanami Party
- Six Pop Songs about Sakura
Enjoy the Sakura and share your happiness with your intimates this spring festival!