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Timings : Sunday - Saturday: 8:00 PM - 8:10 PM

Time Required : Less than 1 hour

Entry Fee : No entry fees

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A Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong Overview

A Symphony of Lights is an enchanting daily light and sound show on the Hong Kong Island. According to the Guinness World Records, ‘A Symphony of Lights’ is the biggest permanent light and sound show across the globe. The multi-media show is a signature icon of Hong Kong.

A Symphony of Lights is a 14-minute dazzling light and sound show where 42 iconic buildings effortlessly join the musical beat and dance in unison. With the myriad of LED screens, lasers and searchlights, the skyline transforms into a visual feast that overloads the senses. In 2018, this audiovisual extravaganza is expanded to more buildings and also includes brighter LED screens for a truly majestic experience.

The vantage points for A Symphony of Lights are Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Golden Bauhinia Square and the Victoria Harbour Cruise.

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Vantage Points

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade: Just outside the cultural centre is one of the favourite vantage points for watching the Symphony of Lights. It offers the most fabulous views where your gaze will be fixated to the beauty of this magical show.  
How to reach: From MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, take Exit L6. Follow the board signs and walk around 5 minutes.

Golden Bauhinia Square: Right next to the Hong Kong Convention Centre is the Golden Bauhinia Square. It is also regarded as a great place to watch the show filled with lights and sound.
How to reach: From MTR Wan Chai Station, take Exit A5. Follow the board signs and head to the Golden Bauhinia Square.

Cruise ships in the Victoria Harbour: Watching the musical extravaganza from a cruise ship in Victoria Harbour is considered the best way to soak up its charm. Staring at the sparkling night sky from the tranquil water will definitely ignite your imagination.
How to reach: Board a ferry either from the Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier or from the Wan Chai Ferry Pier.

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Theme of A Symphony of Lights

Previously the Symphony of Lights performed around five major themes that showcased Hong Kong’s rich diversity and the lavish night views of the Harbour. They were Awakening, Energy, Heritage, Partnership and Celebration. Each of the themes had its own unique vibe and represented the true spirit of this fascinating island.

However, this old theme is discarded now and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is playing the newest edition of the SoL music. This music is a fusion of contemporary elements and traditional flavour that represents the seamless blend of the East and West culture. There is also a dedicated mobile application from where the spectators can tune in to the theme of the show.


1. If you are planning to experience the show from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, reach the destination at least  30 minutes before time. This way you can get a nice viewing spot.
2. During the show, avoid standing closer to the public pier. It is frequented by passengers and they often distract spectators.
3. Watch the show on a clear day. When the visibility is really low, the laser beams or lights can hardly be seen.

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