We sometimes have a walk through Victoria Park when visiting Causeway Bay. While not normally our favorite park in Hong Kong, we do quite enjoy stopping by here during the Mid-Autumn festival period, visiting the fair that is set-up within the park.
This year, there was a giant, onion looking structure that you could walk through and take pictures of (unfortunately the queue to enter was long). There are also many traditional Chinese seasonal displays spread out around the park as well as booths selling Mid-Autumn festival candles, lights, lanterns, souvenirs, treats and lovely moon cakes. Traditional dances, other performances and massive crowds make up the rest of the experience at Victoria Park during the Mid-Autumn festival.
Overall, some don't enjoy the heavy crowds that descend upon Victoria Park during holiday festivals. We don't mind so much these days, finding it nice to see so many local families out with smiles on their faces. And when you are nibbling on a nice moon cake, nothing seems that bad!
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