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Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong

By: Aqua Luna
From $37.38
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  • A nighttime Symphony of Lights boat cruise in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour
  • Watch the world's largest permanent light show from comfortable loungers
  • Enjoy onboard snacks and refreshments aboard the stylish Aqua Luna
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Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong
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Aqua Luna: Symphony of Lights Cruise in Hong Kong
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Overview
Hong Kong is one of the world’s most vibrant cities, and Victoria Harbour, the third-largest bay in the world, remains its picturesque heart. During this comfortable and stylish evening boat cruise, you’ll settle back on lounge beds to enjoy the city’s famous Symphony of Lights laser show. Enjoy drinks and snacks, as you glide across the harbor to watch the famous skyline light up with dancing beams. It's a unique way to view this nightly spectacle in Hong Kong.
What to Expect
With soaring skyscrapers overlooking a colorful turquoise bay, Hong Kong’s skyline is one of the most recognizable in the world. During this unforgettable evening boat cruise, you’ll have front-row seats to the world’s largest permanent light and sound show: the nightly multimedia performance known as the Symphony of Lights.
Meet at one of Hong Kong’s popular piers, where you’ll prepare to set sail aboard the stylish Aqua Luna. Mingle with fellow travelers and enjoy onboard drinks and snacks, as you lounge comfortably in preparation for the riveting laser show.
Get ready for the city’s 33 skyscrapers to light up with dancing beams, as you listen to a fact-filled narration explaining Hong Kong’s development from a sleepy fishing village to a dynamic, world-class metropolis. Enjoy the warm evening breeze, as you coast along the world’s third-largest bay and admire the dazzling skyline, lit up with colorful lasers and searchlights.
Reviews (30)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Perfect way to enjoy the spectacle of Hong Kong Harbour at night

The Aqua Luna Symphony of Lights Cruise is the perfect way to enjoy Hong Kong Harbour at night. Staff were attentive and sitting on the side of the 'junk' watching passing boats and the lights was a wonderful experience. The crew made sure that we...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank amandarK201NO
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Not worth the money

We were only offered one drink and the light show was visible from the shoreline just as much as from the water. It was an interesting experience but probably not one that was value for money.

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank MarthaJersey
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Show of Lights by Boat

Taking the sailboat around Hong Kong harbor was comfortable and allowed for a great view of all lit up buildings in Hong Kong, as well as views of Kowloon. Ride was approximately 1 hour long. We were provided two glasses of wine. There is plenty...More

Thank Kathleen B
Reviewed October 29, 2018 via mobile
A good way to see the light show

We had to book ahead, but it was worth it to get good views of the light show. The complimentary drink was a nice touch.

Thank mattsalisbury7
Reviewed October 28, 2018
Spectacular skyline with 10 min light effects

Every evening at 8 pm the light plays of the Hong Kong skyline intensify, which can be observed from Kowloon. Laser games and coordinated light effects on the different skyscrapers make it a wonderful experience, which you absolutely must have seen when you are in...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Harald M
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LaneElaine
October 25, 2018|
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Response from Vacation36568448578 |
Hi, I literally just booked tickets for mid-November, but I booked via their website in HK dollars. Hope this helps =)
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