A classic scene of Hong Kong. I love watching and capturing sunset while the Star Ferry passes by.
When you leave Harbour City, take the subway exit J exit and go to the Avenue of Stars! To be honest, the Victoria Harbour during the day was not so amazing. The coastal Avenue of Stars is also a reflection of Hollywood's Avenue of Stars. It recognizes outstanding people who have made congratulations in the Hong Kong film industry. Star sculptures or handprints are everywhere! It was only renovated in January this year and reopened to the outside world. Because we were in a hurry, we didn't have that long, just sitting in the rest area for a while to see the sea.
Victoria Harbour, can be said to be synonymous with Hong Kong, no one knows, and those who come to Hong Kong to travel, will hit a place! Of course, I am no exception, sitting on the beach, admiring the opposite high-rise buildings, cruise ships passing. If you have plenty of time, be sure to feel the Star Ferry roaming Hong Kong and experience the real Victoria Harbour! There is also a pirate ship, which originated from Zhang Baozi. It is filled with a strong old Hong Kong feeling, and it also adds a beautiful scenery to the beautiful Victoria Harbour!
"Hand Touch" Financial Center, this iconic Victoria Harbour landmark building is in the palm of your hand. The Taiping Mountain behind it is also missed by time. It is greeted by the setting sun and has to say goodbye to Hong Kong. The regret of Victoria Harbour night scene is an excuse for "returning next time"! Maybe, the next time you choose a New Year's fireworks show is not necessarily!
Hong Kong nightlife, the most beautiful Hong Kong night scene
come to Hong Kong, you must not miss its blurred night scene.
Intensive building, exquisite signboard. The night view of Victoria Harbour, the hustle and bustle of Central, the traffic of the city, the footsteps of travelers.
Hong Kong, the more beautiful the night.
Hong Kong night view is also recognized as one of the three night scenes in the world. The night view of Victoria Harbour and the night view of Victoria Peak are the most spectacular.
The best place to watch Hong Kong's night scenes is 2, overlooking Hong Kong Island in Tsim Sha Tsui and overlooking Hong Kong at Victoria Peak.
Tips: Hong Kong's night is full of scenery, so remember to bring your camera out at night.
As one of the world's three major night scenes, Hong Kong's night, only to be immersed in the situation, will sigh that the world has such a magnificent and moving scenery!
There are many places to watch Hong Kong's night scenes. For the first time, these places must be punched:
Taiping Hilltop Luigi Road Observation Deck
Victoria Harbour/ Hh/ ICC Skyline 100 Observation Deck
There are 2 ways to reach the Victoria Peak:
1) Take the 15th road from Central 6 Pier Bus, direct to the top of the mountain, 30 minutes by car
2) From the Garden Road Peak Tram Station, take the Peak Tram, 10 minutes
to the top of the mountain, it is recommended to walk to the Luji Road Observation Deck for 10 minutes! I remember wearing more clothes on the mountain, the wind on the mountain is still very cold!
The National Geographic Travel Magazine once listed the Star Ferry as one of the 50 must-have items in life!
After watching the night view of the Peak, head straight to Central Pier 7 and take the Star Ferry back to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier. From the other side, you can enjoy the beauty of the banks of Hong Kong from another angle! If the time is good, then the light show at Victoria Harbour has just begun, and you can enjoy it while sitting on the small wheel!
Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbor separating Hong Kong Island in the south from Kowloon on the mainland to the north. The harbor's deep, sheltered waters and strategic location on the South China Sea were instrumental in Hong Kong's establishment as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading center. The harbor is a major tourist attraction. Lying in the middle of the territory's dense urban region, it is the site of annual fireworks displays and its promenades are used as gathering places for tourists and residents. The best place for pictures is the Kowloon side from where you can look across the harbor to Hong Kong Island.