Enjoy the Light of the Most Beautiful City in Hong Kong

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Being part of China, Hong Kong is indeed a small country. Its area is only 2,755 km2, far smaller than the area of Bali Island which reaches 5,780 km2. Even so, Hong Kong is known as one of the countries in Asia that is visited by many world tourists.

When you take a trip to Hong Kong, you don't need to be confused in finding interesting tourist attractions, especially the beauty of the city lights

↪ The Sky Terrace on Victoria Peak
Tourist attractions in Hong Kong the first and must be visited is Victoria Peak. In this place, there is a Peak Tower that reaches 396 meters above sea level (masl). There is also The Sky Terrace here which provides 360 degree views. So, watching the whole landscape of Hong Kong from a height is definitely not a problem.
The Sky Terrace on Victoria Peak

Access to transportation to these attractions is not too difficult, use the MTR service to Garden Road Station and ride the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak. In addition to riding the Peak Tram, you can also go to Victoria Peak by taxi, private car, or walk via Old Peak Road.

To be able to watch the amazing scenery on Sky Terrace which is at an altitude of 428 meters above sea level is certainly not free. Access to Sky Terrace can be obtained by buying Peak Tram Sky Pass tickets that are pegged with a tag of 75 Hong Kong dollars for one way and 88 Hong Kong dollars for round trip tickets.

↪ Sky100 at the International Commerce Center
Victoria Peak is not the only tourist spot in Hong Kong to witness the beauty of Hong Kong City from a height with 360-degree views. Try to experience a similar experience on Sky100 located on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center (ICC) Building, West Kowloon. Overall view of Kowloon Peninsula, complete with Tai Mo Shan as the background will be available.
Sky100 at the International Commerce Center

Note, This place is open every day, except Sunday, with ticket prices of 168 Hong Kong dollars. Following are Sky100 opening hours:
  • Monday - Thursday: 10.00 - 21.00
  • Friday: 10.00 - 22.00
  • Saturday: 10.00 - 23.30

↪ A Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor
The next tourist spot in Hong Kong is Victoria Harbor, a port between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon region. The scenery here will feel even more amazing at night, with colorful sparkling lights.

His favorite location is The Peak which offers views of Victoria Harbor from a height. Located in Victoria Harbor Hong Kong, don't miss the A Symphony of Lights show. This event is the world's largest light and music show recorded by Guinness World Records.
A Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor

The performance was carried out by utilizing the lights of a skyscraper and could watch it for free, starting at 8:00 p.m. to 8:14 p.m. local time.

However, there are several places that can be chosen to watch the free show, including Avenue of Stars, a promenade around Golden Bauhinia Square, or from the ferry.

In the show, the narration was delivered in three different languages, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the narration was delivered in English. Meanwhile, for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, use Mandarin. Then, on Sunday, using Cantonese.

Traveling to China, especially Hong Kong, is now easier after many low cost airline airlines. You can use OTA services to choose an airline that matches your budget. 

Have a good vacation 🌴

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