I saw quite a bit at Lantau Island earlier in the day and still had plans for later that night. After some much needed relaxation at the hotel, I went back out and walked towards Victoria Harbour. I had a reservation for the Aqua Luna Symphony of Lights cruise.
The 45-minute cruise gives you amazing views of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline. I arrived at the boarding area a little before my 7:45pm reservation time. Pick-up points include Central Pier 9 and Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 2.
Tickets for the Symphony of Lights cruise cost HK$295 per adult and HK$220 per child. They also offer daytime, sunset, dim sum, and dinner cruises.
After you board the ancient Chinese sailing ship, you’re free to grab any open seat. I sat in a lounge chair upstairs facing outward. A cocktail is included with the ticket as well. Cheers!
The lights and sounds filled the air and the city came alive. It was such a cool sight.
These are the photos from the illuminated night.
The cruise flew by and I was off to a couple more bars for a drink.
Aqua Luna Symphony of Lights
Departs from Tsim Sha Tsui and Central