Victoria Harbor Dinner Cruise, and Symphony of Lights Show

Victoria Harbor Dinner Cruise, and Symphony of Lights Show

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      Hong Kong, China
      3 Hours
      Mild
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      $ 80
      • Harbor Cruise Bauhinia: Board this restaurant cruise liner and enjoy a tasty, hot and cold, international buffet dinner. Dance to live music, or simply relax and enjoy the glittering views of the city and the harbor.
      • A Symphony of Lights: While enjoying your dinner, marvel at what Guinness World Records declared to be the "Largest Permanent Light Show," featuring the interactive lights of over 40 buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.

      Meeting point

      We offer hotel pick-up from the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. Please meet in the lobby; your guide will be holding a Gray Line Tour sign. Confirm the name of your hotel at checkout, so we know where to pick you up. Cruise ship guest? See our Helpful Hints.

      Helpful hints

      Hotel pick-up time: 7:00pm-7:30pm (Kowloon side only). Daily Evening Departures. For guests staying on Hong Kong Island side, please arrange your own transportation to Kowloon Hotel (Address: 19-21 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui) at 7:20pm. For Cruise ship guests: Ocean Terminal - meet in the Lobby of Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel (approx. 5-8 mins walk). From Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, take a taxi to the lobby of Holiday Inn Golden Mile (approx. 20-25 mins drive).

      Getting around

      This tour involves a minimal amount of walking with some steps to climb. It is suitable for travelers with limited mobility, able to get on and off the bus without assistance or with the aid of a traveling companion. It is not wheelchair accessible.

      Activity type

      Boat Tour, Food & Wine, Night Tour

      Transportation used

      Triple-deck, multi-functional vessels

      Included amenities

      Air-conditioned coach round trip transfer
      Hotel pick-up with meet and greet ambassador (Kowloon side only)
      "A Symphony of Lights" laser show
      International dinner buffet
      Live band performance & cruise

      Tour ID

      TR-ASA-HKG-HONG-EN-2008

      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated mild. To participate fully, you may be required to walk over primarily even surfaces at a leisurely pace. You may encounter a limited number of steps, cobblestones, or uneven surfaces, and you may have to stand for extended periods of time.

      Age restrictions

      As this is an evening tour, and given nature of activity, it may not be suitable for all younger children.

      Special Medical Restriction

      We regret that there is no room for wheelchairs on coaches.

      A lot of cities highlight their skylines with bright lights, especially during holidays. But the Symphony of Lights in Hong Kong is more than a display. It's the story of a city that includes music and narration, and yet can be understood without either.

       
      Over 40 buildings in Honk Kong and Kowloon combine to bring the spectacle to life using color lights, searchlights, and laser beams. The music is Asian, and the narration is done in English only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. But sound is secondary.
       
      The first of the five themes is "Awakening," where flashes of laser lights symbolize the beginning of Hong Kong's powerful growth. Then, rising color patterns, laser sweeps, and searchlights come on to represent Hong Kong's "Energy."
       
      "Heritage" is brought forth in red and gold hues, the traditional colors of luck. "Partnership" features laser beams and searchlights that shoot across the harbor, connecting the two sides as one.
       
      The last theme, "Celebration," is a powerful display of rhythmic lights, dancing into the night and across the harbor in beams, swirls, and kaleidoscope patterns.
       
      On your harbor dinner cruise you'll have a front row seat for the show. You'll see the lights, hear the music and listen to the narration. But even if you don't understand a word they're saying, you can still follow the story. 
       
      It's beautifully written in lights. On the night sky.

      Hope floats
      The sailing vessel for your harbor dinner cruise and light show is a former vehicular ferry that has been meticulously converted into a floating luxury restaurant. For over 100 years ferries have traveled back and forth between Hong Kong and the mainland carrying countless of people hoping for new beginnings. As you watch the story of Hong Kong be told in lights, think about the untold stories that once traveled on your vessel.
       

      Choose your date and time very carefully. This tour is non-refundable from the time of booking.

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