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Your guide to celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong

Celebrate with the best things to see, do, and eat, in the city!

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Time Out Hong Kong
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As one of the most celebrated festivals in Hong Kong, Mid-Autumn Festival is a pretty big deal in our fair city. More than just mooncakes, it's also a holiday to celebrate reunions with friends and family. This year, the festival lands on Saturday, September 10 and there's plenty of gifts, traditions, and various activities happening in the city, to get in on. To help you plan ahead, we've rounded up everything you need to know for a joyous Mid-Autumn Fest in Hong Kong this year. 

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