Thousands flock to Sha Tin Racecourse on Chinese New Year to test out their luck. Along with the nail-biting horse racing, there will be lion dance performances, festive windmills, iconic flowers blooming, and a musical performance by singer Joey Yung.
How to get there
The racing will be held at Sha Tin Racecourse in the New Territories. Luckily, the event has organised a free shuttle bus from Wong Tai Sin Station (Exit D2) to the venue.
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