Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Hong Kong: A Symphony of Lights




July 3, 2024

Visit Hong Kong: A Symphony of Lights

On our first night in Hong Kong, we went to the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront to watch A Symphony of Lights.

This light and sound show takes place every night at 8pm, as the buildings along the harbor light up with lasers, searchlights, and LEDs, synchronized with music that is emitted from nearby speakers.  

Unfortunately, the music was very soft (not sure if the speakers were not functioning properly), so it impacted the light show in a sense, but the lights from the buildings across the harbor did put on a dazzling show. 

The show was only 10 minutes long, but I'm glad it was short, because we were at the Waterfront for a while, saving our seats, and it was just so humid.

At 8pm, when the show started, everyone started standing on the seats in the area (even though security would tell people not to stand on the seats prior to the show starting), so even if you don't get a spot near the railing, you can still see the show from afar.

Even if you miss the show, the buildings along the harbor at night are just so pretty lit up, and it's worth a walk along the waterfront.  

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