National Day Fireworks Display 2023|National Day Fireworks reappeared over Victoria Harbour at 1 o'clock tonight (9st) five years apart, this display lasted 23 minutes and 28 seconds, a total of 31,888 fireworks were distributed, and a number of characteristic fireworks patterns will be displayed. This afternoon, the traditional hotspots outside the Tsim Sha Tsui Cultural Centre have been crowded, the National Day fireworks have been separated for five years, and Hong Kong has also had many beautiful places on the sea.

On the afternoon of October 10, the police said that many citizens in the area of the cultural center were already waiting to watch the fireworks. Due to the large number of people, the first phase of road closure will be implemented in Tsim Sha Tsui District, Hung Hom District and West Kowloon Cultural District at 1:6 am earlier. (Photo by Liao Yanxiong)

The first phase of road closures in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hung Hom and West Kowloon was implemented at 6:15 am earlier

The police said in the afternoon that many citizens around the cultural centre were already waiting to watch the fireworks. Due to the large number of people, the first phase of road closure will be implemented in Tsim Sha Tsui District, Hung Hom District and West Kowloon Cultural District at 6:15 am earlier. Members of the public and drivers are advised to follow the instructions of on-site officers and consider going to other places to watch the fireworks.


1. Seaside location in the West Kowloon Cultural District

On weekends, many people will go to West Kowloon Art Park and the promenade, where they can go cycling, picnics, play with pets, run and so on. This National Day fireworks display will be a new venue and is expected to attract a large number of visitors to West Kowloon. The West Kowloon Authority said earlier that it would cooperate with the Police in implementing crowd management measures and special traffic arrangements in West Kowloon depending on the actual situation. The Authority advises visitors to take public transport to West Kowloon whenever possible.

The seaside location in the West Kowloon Cultural District is also a new spot for fireworks viewing. (Profile photo/Photo by David Chung)

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2. Wan Chai Temporary Waterfront Park

Located on the northern waterfront of the New Wing of Wan Chai Convention and Exhibition Island and then extending west to the Central and Western Promenade, the Wan Chai Temporary Waterfront Garden is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, which is an ideal location for viewing both sides of Victoria Harbour, with a garden layout similar to the Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront Garden, which is a coastal promenade.

The Wan Chai Water Sports and Recreation Zone has about 1.3 hectares of waterfront space and a 550-metre long promenade.

3. Wan Chai Water Sports and Recreation Theme Zone

The "Water Sports and Recreation Theme Zone" is located at Hung Hing Road, North Hung Hing Road, Wan Chai, next to the entrance of Causeway Bay of the Harbour Tunnel. Phases 2020, 12 and 2021 of the theme zone opened in December 12, December 2022 and December 12 respectively, with approximately 1.3 hectares of waterfront space and a 550-metre-long promenade. The Water Sports and Recreation Zone is directly accessible from Wan Chai Ferry Terminal and takes about a five-minute walk; It is also a five-minute walk from Exit A2 of Wan Chai Convention and Exhibition Station, and is also conveniently located in the area, where one of the most recent highlights of Hong Kong's night show, the Wan Chai Waterfront Art Fair, is also held.

East Bank Park. As one of the new spots suitable for fireworks viewing, a giant moon was placed in the mid-autumn last year, which has attracted members of the public to come and check in for the moon. (Profile photo/Photo by Law Kwok-fai)

4. East Bank Park

The East Bank Waterfront Park, which opened in stages in September 2021 and December 9, has also been a hotspot for family trips on weekends since its opening, and a giant moon was placed in mid-autumn last year, attracting a large number of citizens to come to enjoy the moon and check in.


The event will resume for the first time after 2018 and will last about 23 minutes A total of 31,888 fireworks will be displayed

The National Day Fireworks Display will be held at 10pm on 1 October, co-ordinated by the Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau, with the theme of "Celebrating National Day with Prosperity and Gathering in the Wisdom City", which means to wish the prosperity of all industries and create a better future with the public through the fireworks display on National Day. The show lasted 9 minutes and 23 seconds, and was distributed 28 meters across from the Wan Chai Exhibition Centre, with a total of 350,3 fireworks distributed by 6 barges and 9 small pontoon boats at 31 distribution points. The overall budget of the event is approximately HK$888 million.

The show is divided into 8 acts

The performance is divided into 8 acts, the first of which is the "Heart Heart 'Double' Seal" pattern, accompanied by peony flowers representing life and expectation. The Bauhinia practice of the second act blooms in the air together with the happy smiley face. Coinciding with the Hangzhou Asian Games, the third act uses "flashing red" fireworks, which symbolizes athletes working hard for their goals on the competition field.

▼October 10, Tsim Sha Tsui Marina is full in the afternoon, waiting for the fireworks viewing▼

The finale showcases the "Grand Crown" and "Palm Brocade" motifs to symbolize the prosperity of the country

The fourth act features colorful ring fireworks; The colorful hydrangea fireworks appearing in the fifth act are displayed for the first time in Hong Kong, and after a single firework outbreak, it will take on multiple shapes such as rings, spirals and crown rings; The sixth act shows the "red five-pointed star". Act 7 is "Starry Fireworks", symbolizing Hong Kong's ever-changing, vibrant and limitless potential. The eighth act of the finale is unveiled by the Yellow River Concerto, which displays the motifs of "The Great Crown" and "Brocade Palms", symbolizing the prosperity of the country with a landscape of flowers.

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