Celebrate The Chinese New Year in Las Vegas

Chinese New Year

Las Vegas will celebrate the 2016 Chinese New Year through various resorts and casinos. Take a look for the top places to celebrate.

At Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, through March 12, guests will see monkeys as the vibrant center pieces. A "family of monkeys" will be seen on a 14-mountain, reaching for peaches. There will also be six colorful topiaries on each side of the entrance, and kids will enjoy a pond filled with Koi fish. The conservatory is complimentary and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


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ARIA Resort & Casino is celebrating the Year of the Monkey with a 229-foot dragon that weaves through Chinese lanterns in the entrance of the lobby. While The Shops at Crystals celebrate with 12-foot-tall monkey atop a bed of gold coins.

Guests looking to celebrate the new year will want to head to The Venetian and The Palazzo. On February 13 and 14, actor and TV personality Hacken Lee will reunite with singer and actress Joey Yung after an 11-year hiatus. This special concert series will be in The Palazzo Ballroom at The Venetian. 

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