Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbour situated between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula in Hong Kong. It covers an area of about  41.88 km2. The Harbour’s deep, sheltered waters and strategic location on the South China Sea were instruments as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading centre.
The Victoria Harbour is world famous for its stunning panoramic night view and skyline, particularly in the direction towards Hong Kong Island where the skyline of skyscrapers is superimposed over the ridges behind.
The Harbour has hosted many major public shows, including the annual fireworks displays on the second night of the Luner New Year. These shows are popular with tourists and local people. Along the Harbour, you can also watch A Symphony of Nights, featuring more than 40 Hong Kong’s skyscrapers in a stunning multimedia extravaganza. The Avenue of Stars is a must-see site, which built along the promenade outside the New World Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Starry Nights of Delight
There is no better way to capture the magic of the harbour than by taking a nighttime cruise aboard a ferry where you’ll be able to enjoy A Symphony of Lights, the stunning multimedia show featuring more than 40 Hong Kong skyscrapers in a dazzling extravaganza.
Touring the Harbour
Victoria Harbour bustles with activity day and night. To experience the energy take a ride on the Star Ferry, a harbour cruise or a ride in a traditional Chinese junk.

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