Tuesday, 16 July 2013


A trip to Hong Kong is not complete unless you witness 'A Symphony of Lights' whilst cruising Victoria Harbour on a junk boat. If you thought Victoria Harbour was a dazzling cityscape on its own, which , of course it is wait until the sun goes down.

Looking toward the ICC Tower, the tallest building in Hong Kong and the 4th tallest in the world. The ICC Tower has the best light display in the city. It was completed in 2011 and joined the Symphony of Light Show in 2012.

The stunning Symphony of Lights show....not to be missed...xxx
The stunning junk boat the Aqualuna...xxx
A Symphony of Lights, is the nightly multimedia show, which involves more than 40 buildings participating on both sides of the harbour and lasts for 30 minutes.

This show is named the worlds largest permanent light and sound show, with coloured lights, laser beams and search lights synchronised to music, It is an all round unforgettable evening.

Arrive at Pier 9, central at 7.30 for your 7.45 departure, you can opt to board from Tsim Sha Tsui if you are staying in Kowloon, be sure to pre book your tickets through your Hotel to guarantee your preferred evening. Once boarded sit back, and relax with your complimentary drink and enjoy one of the prettiest shows imaginable. Your children will adore it. You can also opt to view this nightly spectacle along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront between The Avenue of Stars, but if in Hong Kong, you definitely should opt for the Junkboat.
At pier 9, and ready to cruise...xxx
Ready to board the Aqualuna...xxx
Louis enjoying the stunning view...xxx
A beautiful sight...xxx
How refreshing...a cold beer...xxx
Enjoying the sightseeing...xxx
The girls chilling in the junk boat...xxx
OH...and of course...a selfie!!!!
Will kicking back...xxx
After cruising the harbour, grab a cab and head to One Habour Road, @ The Grand Hyatt for some of the most amazing Cantonese food in town. We even gave the children a lesson on how to use a dial phone! GOLD......

Dinner time...xxx
A delicious meal at 1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong...xxx
How retro...xxx


  1. Aqualuna is at the top of my list for Hong Kong, looks lovely.