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Symphony of Lights tour

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Symphony of Lights tour

with which company you recommend to do the Symphony of Lights tour

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1. Re: Symphony of Lights tour

The short answer is none, you don't need a symphony of lights tour. Unless you want to be on a boat and drink champagne while watching? I would only recommended if you want to be on the harbour - it's perfectly simple to watch a symphony of lights from the waterfront on Kowloon, or if you're in the right hotel, from your window. It's quite nice, but it doesn't last that long, and consensus on the site seems to be that the tour is needless expense.

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There is no need for a tour. Just watch it from TST promenade.

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3. Re: Symphony of Lights tour

I totally agree. We were in Hong Kong 2 weeks ago and watched it from the viewing Gallery on the Waterfront. We did take a separate harbour cruise with Star ferries at night and that was quite nice and was reasonably priced. To be honest, do the Star ferries in the day which is fun, watch the laser show from the viewing galleries and then just admire the lights of the skyscrapers as you walk along the harbour front unless you want a boat trip at night for approx £9 in UK currency. If you are on a boat for the lasers it would be frustrating as you wouldn't get an unobstructed view.

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