Partying Korean Style at Lan Kwai Fong Carnival 2015



We love festivals!

And this season we went to Hong Kong to celebrate the “Korean Theme”, Lan Kwai Fong Carnival 2015 last November 22nd. Taking place at Hong Kong’s premier attraction with international acclaim for its entertainment as well as food and beverage treats, Lan Kwai Fong Carnival 2015 promises visitors and tourists incomparable feasts with endless performances, games and ambiance of Lan Kwai Fong’s charismatic lifestyle. As Dr. Allan Zeman, Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Association remarked: ”If you could go to only one event in November, LKF Carnival is the one for you!” Organized by Lan Kwai Fong Association, Lan Kwai Fong Carnival is supported by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and will be promoted as part of Hong Kong Wine and Dine Month 2015. (Photo credited).
 
Check out some of our snapshots and hope you'll join us next year!
 
 






 







 

















 


 
 
 

33 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. That looks like so much fun!! (And the food - yum!!) So, just to be clear, this is a festival celebrating Korean culture in Hong Kong? Interesting!

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  2. This looks like loads of fun! I LOVE bikini bear! Just for the comparison, how much is that worth in euro or US dollar?

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  3. Looks like a ton of fun, and oh so yummy food! How long were you there to celebrate?

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  4. This looks like a night of fun and a great time to spend with friends, go out enjoy yourself and eat great food

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  5. Wow $60 bucks for beer. I like the glass though. This looks like a really fun festival to attend. The woman kissing the guy was hilarious.

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    1. yeah, that kissing activity is our fave!

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  6. Wow, this looks like a really fun party. I'd love to try out some of the festival food!

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  7. Korean people seems to have so much ways to enjoy their celebrations and I do love the vibe of the photos! It seems like something I want to try! I've always loved those kind of celebrations! x

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  8. This looks like a great festival. I live near the chinaTown in Manchester. They had a similar kind of festival during the New Year. Its great to see the buzz, so many people, taste amazing foods and not to forget the lights which were on whole night. :P

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  9. Now this is a party :) LOL at the bikini-type glasses. The food looks so good - I'd love to go someday!

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  10. All that food looks incredible! What a great festival to explore.

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  11. Definitely a fun filled experience. We were in HK in Dec-2015, around Christmas and missed the carnival. Hope to get there in the future.

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    1. This year's festival is expecting to be a more blast!

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  12. carnivals are great fun for me anyday anytime, i love them loads as i get too interract and meet new people and also get to see and taste new meals... great fun it is..

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  13. Wow it seems like a really fun carnival. I love this celebrations as you can meet loads of people and integrate in the culture!

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  14. Looks like an awesome carnival full of fun and celebrations. The foods are quite tempting

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  15. Oh yum! That looks like so much fun. i cannot believe how big that hamburger was, that's more suited to three people, not one! Would love to visit HK and attend this type of carnival with a bunch of friends. Great photographs.

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  16. This looks like a lot of fun. We had a similar time in Beijing at Wangfujing Street. Check out the post here: http://wanderingpassport.com/?p=38

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  17. very beautiful, I want to go to hong kong. but now I can only visit to Bali.

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  18. Some great pictures these! I love carnivals. It also took me a while to figure out the prices weren't in USD, I kept thinking, gee, that's one expensive pint of beer :P

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  19. That looks like so much fun! And what is that girl doing with that shirtless guy? Looks like she's having the most fun. I have never been to Hong Kong but I'd love to go!

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  20. Wow! I would certainly have to leave the kids at home for this. What currency are the prices? I think I may need to put a 2nd loan on my house to go there. Haha!

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    1. currencies are stated in HK$ which are totally cheap when you convert it to US$

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  21. I always think that partying in Hong Kong looks so much fun and this is clearly no exception! I'll put it on my bucket list for one day :)

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  22. What a cool looking event! And that giant hamburger looks so crazy!!

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  23. Wow! It looks like so much fun! It looks like there were a ton of different vendors with tasty food to try.

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  24. I hope all those prices are in local currency, that's expensive beer lol. Looks like a great time.

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    1. Hi Christine! Beers are only US$8.00 :D when you are in Hong Kong everything are priced in HK$

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  25. Hong Kong is so such an amazing destination! I visited it earlier this year and now I think I should go back to visit Lan Kwai Fong Carnival. Your snaps are great.

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