A Symphony of Lights, Victoria Harbour Light Show, Hong Kong

On our last night in Hong Kong after shopping for pasalubong at Tsim Sha Tsui Night Market, we decided to witness one of Asia’s grandest light show – the Symphony of Lights.

Symphony of Lights / Victoria Harbour Light Show

This spectacular multimedia display, already named the ‘World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show’ by Guinness World Records, has been further expanded to include more than 40 buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour. The show creates an all-round vision of coloured lights, laser beams and searchlights performing a stunning, unforgettable spectacle synchronised to music and narration that celebrates the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong Kong.

The Symphony of Lights Show & The Clock Tower

A symphony of Light is for free public enjoyment. No admission tickiet is required.

For the best view of A Symphony of Lights, take a harbour cruise or head to the waterfront promenades on either side of Victoria Harbour*

Dates: Nightly
Time: 8pm
*Vantage Points: 1. Along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront between the Avenue of Stars and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre
2. On the waterfront promenade outside the Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai
3. Aboard a harbour cruise**
This 3-day escape to the land of fragrant harbour happened last June 24-26, 2012. Here is a series of posts on our trip to one of Asia’s World Class City, Hong Kong. Discover the places we’ve been to, the people we met, the food we tasted and the experience we gained in this remarkable escapade.
Hong Kong 3 Days Budget Tour Itinerary| Ngong Ping 360 Experience: Cable Car, Walking with Buddha, & Po Lin Monastery | A Hong Kong Disneyland Adventure | Dream Come True: Jason Mraz Live in Hong Kong | Nan Lian Garden & Chi Lin Nunnery | Insightful Dialogue In The Dark Experience | Stunning Views fromThe Victoria Peak, Hong Kong | A Symphony of Lights, Victoria Harbour Light Show, Hong Kong

2 thoughts on “A Symphony of Lights, Victoria Harbour Light Show, Hong Kong

  1. Lovely post! Thanks so much. I am actually headed to HK within the next two weeks. Any suggestions for places to see if I have only two full days there? Thanks again for the great post. Definitely can’t wait to see more from you.


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