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.
From Tsim Sha Tsui/Tsim East Metro Station, there are guided signs along the way to tell you the way to Starlight Avenue. It's clear that you won't get lost. There are many people on Starlight Avenue. Along the way, you can see the palm prints of famous stars, as well as souvenir stores. I remember Bruce Lee's 1:1 ratio on Starlight Avenue, many people are taking a group photo. Brother and Bruce Lee don't have palm prints. They're not there when they do it. In Victoria Harbour, you can see tall buildings on the opposite island. There's a light show at 8 p.m. You can also see Hong Kong local bands performing here, sitting around listening to them singing, enjoying the breeze gusts, very comfortable ~a group of people who work hard for local music, do not need you to give money, just listen attentively. At Starbucks on Starlight Avenue, I ordered a drink. What moved me was that the coffee maker painted a little girl with crayons on the cup. This is the first time that Starbucks has paintings on it. It hasn't happened in China yet. Next to it was a bar. When I was dazed at Victoria Harbor, a foreigner came to look at me. I was sorry. There are three Koreans sitting next door, listening to their Korean.. It seems that Hong Kong is an international metropolis. Starbucks also has no problem ordering in English. Victoria Harbour pier, there are boats to the island, as long as two Hong Kong dollars looks like, I don't remember, Brush Octopus. You can enjoy the scenery on both sides of the boat. There is a harbour city nearby, and almost all the common luxury brands can be found. There's also Apple's flagship store nearby. One-stop shopping is very convenient.
Victoria Harbour occupies one of the world's three most famous night spots. Having never been to Victoria Harbour is tantamount to having never been to Hong Kong. I heard that every year there are fireworks, super gorgeous. So at the end of 2014, we came to explore it. At sunset, when the lights were on, large crowds of people began to go to the shore. The police management was very standardized. All of them were set as one-way walking, and the number of admissions was limited in time. So when we know about the stampede on the Bund of Shanghai at the same time, we are even more grateful. We should learn from Hong Kong's management model to avoid tragedy. Although there are so many tourists, almost everyone can only stand upright all the way, but in the face of such a shocking and moving scenery, they are extremely excited and have no time to care for others. When the fireworks were gone, everyone was still interested, and the TV station came to interview them.
This Chinese Spring New Year, we choose to watchc the firework on the boat! it’s really fantastic, the firewok has a type of little pig. But it’s a pity we can’t hear the backgroud music. It’s a little cold at night.
Victoria Harbour is the most representative scenic spot in Hong Kong. It's free of charge. Of course, if you want to take a boat trip to Victoria Harbour, it's a fee to feel the flavor of the Xiangjiang River. Starlight Avenue will give you a glimpse of the development of Hong Kong's stars and entertainment industry. During the day, there are thousands of styles in Victoria Harbour. Seabirds fly. At night, the colorful night scenery is beautiful. Every visitor will be fascinated by Victoria Harbour. Her night scenery is beautiful, multi-level and colorful. Every evening at 8 o'clock, there will be a lighting performance of fantasy chanting Xiangjiang.
Victoria Harbour Nightscape is one of the most worthwhile places to visit in Kowloon. Living in the Seascape Room of Hong Kong Hotel Marco Polo is one of the great choices to enjoy the night view at any time. The parking lot on the 6th floor of the hotel is the best place to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour across the street, not as many people as the cultural center. Every year, fireworks can be set off in the parking lot on the 6th floor of the Lunar New Year. After shopping through Liancarver and Harbour City, you can take the trophies back to your room for a little rest and then go shopping lightly. When you get up in the morning, you can go to the Cuiyuan near the hotel or the Yingyue Building on the second floor of the cultural center to have morning tea, which is very delicious and worth recommending. The average person is less than HK$300 (including service fees and tips); opposite the hotel is 1881, with large brands gathering and afternoon tea is also very good.
The environment is good. It's still cool to blow the sea breeze on the side of Starlight Avenue and on cruises and ferry boats. And the Bell Tower, the landmark building in Hong Kong, has a good style. The weather in Hong Kong is also more comfortable, not as many people as there are in Shanghai, which is quite suitable.
The skyline at night was beautiful at the harbor! A half an hour boat tour is a good choice. I truely enjoyed it.
Victoria Harbour is absolutely beautiful and interesting. If you don't take a boat, of course, it's free and cost-effective. We live in Zuo Dun until we reach Victoria Harbour. It's about 20 minutes. Hong Kong has a good night view. Of course, it's better to go in the evening. If you have time, you should also see it during the day. If the boat tour is also a good choice, there are also square concerts and wedding photos, there are a lot of people. The development and construction of Victoria Harbour reflects the culture and connotation of Hong Kong, and adds colour and charm to the international city of Hong Kong. Come on, what are you waiting for?
Hong Kong is renowned as the Pearl of the East for its Victoria Harbour. Night scenery in Victoria Bay, especially the "Mirage Wing Xiangjiang" light show, which starts at 8:00 p.m. every night, is a beautiful and spectacular place for all tourists to hit the card. Standing on the Starlight Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui, I appreciate the bright lights and bustling metropolitan atmosphere on both sides of Weiwan Bay. Personally, from the magnificent sense of buildings alone, Weiwan has fallen behind both sides of Huangpu River, but there are white clouds in the night sky, mountains as the background, and warm sea breeze blowing on the cheeks, which brings unique charm here. Although I have been here many times, every time I come and stand on the Starlight Avenue, I am still overwhelmed by the beauty of Virgin Bay. This time, the newly added laser show on the facade wall of the Hong Kong Cultural Center on Starlight Avenue started after the "Mirage Wing Xiangjiang" light show. The best place to watch the show is near the bell tower of the former Kowloon-Guangzhou Railway. It's a wonderful trinity of sound and photoelectricity. You can't miss it.
Flying Hong Kong Every time I go to Hong Kong, I will go there. Many people will compare the scenery of both sides of the Pujiang River on the Bund of Shanghai with that of Victoria Harbour. But I think there is still a big difference between the two. This is a natural deep-water harbor. The water between the two sides is very atmospheric. Standing on the bank and looking over the railings, Victoria Harbor under the thick clouds, the rivers are rippled, and an ancient cruise ship with red sails is sailing in front of the modern tall buildings, adding a unique flavor. Suddenly it reminds us of those lyrics: the boat bends into the harbour, and looks back at the vast sea. Ferries used to be the only means of transportation between the two sides of Victoria Harbour, but they are still popular nowadays. Especially when riding on the ferry at night and watching the night on both sides of the harbour, the confusion is intoxicating enough.