Victoria Harbor is located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula, which is the largest harbor in Asia and the third largest in the world. Victoria Harbor influences Hong Kong’s history, culture, economy and tourism greatly, and has earned the epithet of an International metropolis. Victoria Harbor is regarded as one of the 50 must-visit tourist destinations in one’s life by National Geographic magazine.
Victoria Harbor is endowed with gorgeous water and enthralling scenery. No matter how many time you visit Hong Kong, you would still overwhelmed by its unbeatable charm. Every day at sunrise and sunset, countless fishing boats, cruise liners, sightseeing ships, and merchant ships shuttle between the northern bank and southern bank, which offers a vivid view of the Hong Kong landscape.
The coastline of Victoria Harbor is very long and numerous attractions flank the harbor on each bank. In the daytime, Victoria Harbor is embraced by azure-blue sky, white floating clouds and green waters. When night falls, all the light on the water is lit and the resplendent nightscape of Hong Kong is revealed.
Taking the star ferry is the best way to visit Victoria Harbor, where tourists experience the vibrancy and dynamism of this metropolitan city. On the ferry, visitors can also appreciate the Symphony of Lights, the famous light and music performance in Hong Kong to discover the charm of this vibrant city.
Symphony of Lights is the biggest multi-media light and music show in the world. Every night at 20:00, the buildings flanking both banks of Victoria Harbor are transformed into the gorgeous stage of this show. The leaping light and rhythmic music are accompanied with monologue, making the nightscape of Hong Kong resplendent.