A Symphony of Lights is a synchronised building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music. Guinness World Records has named A Symphony of Lights the world’s largest permanent light and sound show.
The show is staged every night with good weather at 8:00 pm Hong Kong time. An ochestration of music, decoration lights, laser light displays, and pyrotechnic firworks, the multimedia light and sound show last for about 14 minutes.
Themes of the Show:
The Show comprised five major themes, taking spectators on a unique journey celebrating the energy, spirit and diversity of Hong kong.
The first scene”Awakening” begins with flashes of laser lights that give life to a nucleus of light-energy which gradually illunminates participating buildings using an array of dancing lights and rainbow colour. This scene symbolizes the genesis and powerful growth of Hong Kong.
The second scene “Energy” is represented by the display of rising colour patterns and the sweeping of the lasers and searchlights energetically across the night sky, signifying the vibrant energy of Hong Kong.
“Heritage” the third scene, traditional lucky red and gold colours are diplayed across buildings on both sides of the Harbour, complemented by the introduction of music using Chinese musical instruments, symbolizing Hong Kong’s colourful heritage and rich cultural traditions.
The fourth scene “Partnership” features a display of laser beams and sweeping searchlights scanning across the Harbour, representing an illuminated connection with opposite side. Beams reach out to symbolically connect the two sides of the Harbour into one greater and unified partnership.
the final “Celebration” brings out a powerful rhythmic display of swiring, kaledidoscopic patterns of lights and beams dancing lively across the Harbour. The exciting final scene signifies the celebration of the close partnership between the two sides of the Harbour and represents an even brighter future for Asia’s world city Hong Kong.


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