Chinese New Year is celebrated every year and is the longest public holiday starting this year from 4 th
February and ends at 10th February. People follow many ancient traditions ranging from family dinners
to decorating streets or dressing in red, visiting temples, and honoring their ancestors. Some people call
it the Lunar New Year, while others name it the Lantern Festival. If you are staying at beach resorts or
family villas in Bali and want to celebrate spring festival with the locals, check out the following
infographics to know all about the 2019 Chinese New Year.