Lunar New Year
The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, has a rich history that spans thousands of years and holds great significance in various cultures across Asia. This important tradition is widely celebrated by diverse Asian communities around the globe. It commemorates the arrival of spring in the northern hemisphere and marks the start of the New Year.
During this festive period, numerous customs and traditions are observed for a period of 15 days, serving as a way to honour our cultural heritage and strengthen our community bonds.
Regardless of one’s nationality, religion, or ethnicity, New Year’s Day presents an opportunity for family gatherings, collective reflection, and the reaffirmation of relationships.
In 2024, the Lunar New Year will enthuse the Year of the Dragon, promising excitement and new beginnings.
The Lunar New Year celebrations in 2024 will commence on Saturday, the 10th of February.
Date: Saturday, February 10th 2024
Venue: Dai Gum San Precinct