Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show in Hong Kong


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 Often international tourists find it daunting to decide the places to see and things to do in Hong Kong within a short span of time.  Many visitors love to observe the distinct culture and traditions of the region by visiting popular sites like Macau Sky Tower Kun Iam Temple Ruins of St. P aul ’ s Cathedral Tien Hou Temple A-Ma Temple and China Folk Cultural Village.  At the same time many international tourists also visit Macau Shenzhen and Mong Kok while holidaying in Hong Kong.  But no international tourist forgets to observe the w o rl d’ s largest permanent light and sound show while staying in Hong Kong.

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For the local people A Symfony of Lights is a light and sound show which takes place at 8pm Hong Kong Time every night. They often forget the simple fact that A Symfony of Lights is the w orl d’ s largest permanent light and sound show according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The combination of colored lights laser beams searchlights performance music and narration further makes the show different from similar shows across the world. Further the five distinct themes – Awakening Energy Heritage Partnership and Celebration – keep the international visitors mesmerized for around 14 minutes.

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 While holidaying in Hong Kong you can watch A Symfony of Lights without any admission ticket. You can further observe the daily light and music show from a number of locations.  But you can always make the experience more memorable by watching the show from specific locations.  It is always a good idea to watch the nightly spectacle from either the promenade at Golden Bauhinia Square in Wanchai or Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront outside the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.  Likewise you can also consider watching the daily light and sound show from various sightseeing ferries in the Victoria Harbor.

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