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Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong

By: Aqua Luna
From US$38.52
  • A nighttime Symphony of Lights boat cruise in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour
  • Watch the world's largest permanent light show from comfortable loungers
  • Enjoy onboard snacks and refreshments aboard the stylish Aqua Luna
Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong
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Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the world’s most vibrant cities, and Victoria Harbour, the third-largest bay in the world, remains its picturesque heart. During this comfortable and stylish evening boat cruise, you’ll settle back on lounge beds to enjoy the city’s famous Symphony of Lights laser show. Enjoy drinks and snacks, as you glide across the harbor to watch the famous skyline light up with dancing beams. It's a unique way to view this nightly spectacle in Hong Kong.

What to Expect

With soaring skyscrapers overlooking a colorful turquoise bay, Hong Kong’s skyline is one of the most recognizable in the world. During this unforgettable evening boat cruise, you’ll have front-row seats to the world’s largest permanent light and sound show: the nightly multimedia performance known as the Symphony of Lights.

Meet at one of Hong Kong’s popular piers, where you’ll prepare to set sail aboard the stylish Aqua Luna. Mingle with fellow travelers and enjoy onboard drinks and snacks, as you lounge comfortably in preparation for the riveting laser show.

Get ready for the city’s 33 skyscrapers to light up with dancing beams, as you listen to a fact-filled narration explaining Hong Kong’s development from a sleepy fishing village to a dynamic, world-class metropolis. Enjoy the warm evening breeze, as you coast along the world’s third-largest bay and admire the dazzling skyline, lit up with colorful lasers and searchlights.

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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a great experience! Sailing off from pier 1 we headed right down the harbour viewing the amazing skyline of Hong Kong island, then slowly into the bay getting into position for the symphony of lights, there is music which gives it the extra kick,...More

Thank Dana G
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile
Worth it if you can get a good seat

My Mum and I turned up early at Pier 9 so were at the front of the queue and excited that we would get a good seat for the symphony of lights show. But when the boat arrived lots of people were already on, we...More

6  Thank Natasha H
Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile
Fair experience

I was on the red junk boat and love everything about being on the water. I agree with some other reviews that it's not the best light watching experience. Our sound system went out and the show was much better with music and the angle...More

Thank KarenC16
Reviewed 5 January 2018
Beautiful Hong Kong Skyline

We chose this tour to experience Victoria Harbor and the Hong Kong skyline. The boat was reminiscent of classic "Chinese Junks" from movies and lore. Once on board we were treated with blankets and an included refreshing adult beverage. The bustling harbor was navigated expertly;...More

3  Thank Ron P
Reviewed 22 December 2017
Enjoyable Old Junk Boat Experience with an "OK" Symphony of Lights Experience

Booking online was a breeze and booking was made for the Symphony of Lights Experience departing from TST. Finding the departure point was relatively easy, however the signage/meeting point spot could be improved. (Tip #1 - Make sure to get there at least 20 minutes...More

2  Thank Vishaan N
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