The First Day of the Lunar New Year starts with a parade of lion and dragon dances, including a 238-meter golden dragon and 18 lions to greet the public. In addition, the Gods of Fortune, Golden Boy and Girl, the Gods of Happiness, Prosperity and Longevity, Chinese Zodiac Tiger, and Macao tourism mascot “Mak Mak” bestow good luck and distribute festive souvenirs to residents and visitors on the first two days of the Lunar New Year in different locations.
On the third day, the seventh day, and 15th day of the Lunar New Year, an extravagant and enchanting fireworks display will light up the nightscape of Macao for the prosperity of the city in the new year. For more details about the activities, please visit the MGTO website.
When: The Golden Dragon and Lion Parade – 11:20am–1:00pm, Tuesday, February 1, 2022
Fireworks Display – 9:45pm, Thursday, February 3, 9:00pm, Monday, February 7, and 9:00pm, Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Where: The Golden Dragon and Lion Parade – Ruins of St. Paul’s (Eye’s Dotting Ceremony & Starting point of the parade)→Senado Square→Calçada do Tronco Velho→St. Augustine’s Square→Rua Central→Travessa da Paiva→the Government Headquarters→Travessa do Padre Narciso→St. Lawrence’s Church→Lilau Square→Rua da Barra→A-Ma Temple→Avenida Panorâmica do Lago Sai Van→Rotunda da Baía da Praia Grande→Sai Van Lake Square
Fireworks Display – Seafront of the Macau Tower, Macau
How much: Free admission
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