Ever Since, I stepped my foot on the lands of Hong Kong, my heart wanted to race towards Victoria Harbour and see it’s symphony of lights show that gives to an audience an energetic, vibrant and colorful metropolis through its bright and varied colors.
Victoria Harbour is a natural land-form harbor situated between Hong Kong island and Kowloon Hong Kong.
The Symphony of Light is a nightly multimedia show organized by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. Named the world’s largest permanent light and sound show by the Guinness World Records, the Symphony of Light show is developed by the Australian firm, Laser Vision, and costs approximately HKD 44 millions.
Thousands of tourists flock and gather at the observation area to watch the Symphony of Light show which starts at 8 pm every night, lasting about 15 minutes. We arrived at 7.30 pm in order to grab a good spot, but was surprised to find the entire area was already crowded with tourists.