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Symphony of Lights
The 15-minute light and sound show is the top free activity in Hong Kong, and just right for anyone who's ready for bed not long after an early dinner. Every night at 8pm, spectacular decoration... Read More
The 15-minute light and sound show is the top free activity in Hong Kong, and just right for anyone who's ready for bed not long after an early dinner. Every night at 8pm, spectacular decoration lights, laser lights and digital fireworks shoot out from 45 buildings along the Victoria Harbour on both the Hong Kong Island and Kowloon side. The US$5.7 million project is dubbed by Guinness Word Records as the "World's largest permanent light and sound show." All lights are controlled and displayed as a visual reflection of the eponymous music symphony which is broadcast at the same time.
- Early Entertainment: "The best places to enjoy the show are along the Avenue of Stars on Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, the Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai or, better yet, from any cruise boat on the harbor."
- Best for Early Entertainment Because: Anywhere else spectators at this sort of show would be charged admission. In Hong Kong, it's free.