VIDEO: Symphony of Lights from Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong

In search of the best vantage point to view a Symphony of Lights we settled on Avenue of Stars in Kowloon, Hong Kong.  A Symphony of Lights is the world’s largest permanent light and sounds show and it is true spectacle to behold!  I’ve now been fortunate enough to witness it on several occasions first dating back to 2007.  In my opinion, there is no better place to be during the performance than overlooking Victoria harbor where you have panoramic views of Hong Kong Island’s futuristic skyline.  Make sure to add extra time to properly explore Avenue of Stars where you’ll encounter a larger than life sculpture of Bruce Lee.

Video Script:

Visiting Avenue of Stars and watching A Symphony of Lights at night in Hong Kong, China (香港 – 星光大道 – 幻彩詠香江).

We’re at the Avenue of Stars here and a Symphony of Lights show is just about to begin. We better walk fast in order to get a good spot. Wait, can I gather my thoughts first.
So we already saw the Symphony of Lights Show once before when we took a tour of the harbor.
We just finished our bus tour and we’ve been let off at the Avenue of the Stars, so we’re going to grab a spot and watch the show from the land.

The Avenue of stars features many special statues. None more iconic than the Bruce Lee one. Who is Bruce Lee? I don’t think I’ve ever seen a film of his.

As you can see there is a huge audience here all lined up waiting to see a Symphony of Lights show.

The world’s longest running light and laser show.
Music playing and crowd cheering.

Music, cheering, and clapping.

Rock music performance.

Yeah! Woo Hoo!

Watching a Symphony of Lights and Laser show in Hong Kong

3 Comments

  • Frank says:

    Nice video. The views from the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade still one of the most amazing I’ve ever seen, Hong Kong was the first place I went to in Asia many years ago and I’ll never forget the views over bay. Incredible place.

    I remember when posters of Hong Kong would feature Jackie Chan. I went there hoping to get a Jackie Chan t-shirt and couldn’t find one. But saw a Sadam Hussein t-shirt in Stanley. Should have bought it (this was back in 2001), probably worth a fortune now…
    Frank (bbqboy)

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