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Photo of The Week: Hong Kong’s A Symphony of Lights

A Symphony of Lights was somthing we were really looking forward to. As we only stayed one night in Hong Kong we only had one chance to see the famous harbor show. We rushed down from our scary hostel located in the notorious Chungking Mansions and made it to a great vantage point on the Avenue of Stars just in time for the show.

Hong Kong - A Symphony of Lights
A View From the Avenue of Stars

The 10 minute light show is accompanied by music and utilises 44 buildings on both sides of the harbor. The show holds the Guinness World record for worlds largest permanent light and sound show. A mix of darkness, crowds, timing and a very amateur photographer made the show very difficult to capture although I feel this shot gives a nice little preview to this wonderful Hong Kong attraction.

Have You Witnessed A Symphony of Lights? What Did you Think? Leave A Comment Below.

About Lee Carter

Born and raised in Accrington, UK, Lee has ventured far beyond his hometown, traveling throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, North America and New Zealand. He is the co-founder of Global Goose and as well as writing the occasional rant he can be found tweaking the code and taking photos of amazing things around the world. Lee and Kelly are currently backpacking around Southeast Asia and they have no plans to stop their "Gap Decade" anytime soon.

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