Victoria HarbourCurrently Open
- Address: Central and Western District, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Body, Family And Kids, Harbour
Victoria Harbour - Review
Hong Kong owes much of it’s history to Victoria Harbour, a natural landform harbor. Even before the British began to fight for possession of the harbour, the waters here had significant recreational moolah; swimming and water polo included. Today, it’s famous for it’s divine panorama of a colorful urban skyline superimposed by a ridge of mountains. There is no end to the light shows performed on the harbour, including a government sponsored one called A Symphony Of Lights. Naturally, you ought to visit it at night. It’s also a great place to see form a distance from Victoria Peak.
Victoria Harbour Information
- Don’t forget to see Symphony of Lights every night 8:00 pm.
- There are some restaurants nearby.
- Carry a proof of your birthday.
- Wear comfortable footwear.
How To reach Victoria Harbour by Public Transport
- East Tsim Sha Tsui Station
Restaurants Near Victoria Harbour
- Spring Deer restaurant : Roasted duck
- Yung Kee : Preserved eggs with pickled ginger
- Felix : Steak
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Things to Know Before Visiting Victoria Harbour
95% of people who visit Hong Kong include Victoria Harbour in their plan
7 PM - 8 PM
20.98% of people start their Victoria Harbour visit around 7 PM - 8 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Victoria Harbour
72.7% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Victoria Harbour
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Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Reviews
The feeling of being here is absolutely incomparable to anywhere else, at least for me. If you want to enjoy this unique view in peace, aka without getting trampled to bits by the army of tourists, I would advise getting up with the sun one day and heading over there at about 6am. Then you’ve got maybe a window of about an hour; but the silence, the rolling waters, a humidity that hasn’t yet reached 90%... it’s totally worth it
Visiting this via walking through Avenue of the Stars (this method of visit is free, for sure), this area is a must visit in HK since it delivers beautiful city lights combined with urban seaside view and several boats pass by so often. For your consideration, you should pick the day with good or clear weather and wait until sunset, so you could enjoy the city lights with optimal pleasure. Unfortunately I visited this place when the fog is very bad so I couldn't take any good pictures of those lights.
Amazing view of Hong Kong! A must for every traveler thus expect a lot of tourists. Lights show is a little disappointing though from what I was expecting.
Visit this place in the evening and you will get to enjoy not only the beautiful lights of skyscrapers but some vintage boats complimenting them.
It’s a busy harbour with plenty of ships. Not really the most picturesque, but nice to be beside the water I have enjoyed a few strolls along the harbour, mostly in the evening. Interesting to see the majestic red sails of the historical junks next to the un-godly container ships.