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A Symphony of Lights

The bustling city of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour is a microcosm in which to feel the best way is to go to the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. Promenade adjacent to Victoria Harbour, is a built along the coast, about two kilometers of scenic trails. Open landscape along the way, along the way allows you to see the Hong Kong center of the mix: the harbor of modern buildings, a steady stream of ships on the harbor at night there are spectacular light and sound show, more especially when the grand fireworks festival display. From Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, you will pass through Clock Tower, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art and the “Avenue of Stars” and many other attractions.


Hong Kong Tennis Open 2019

The Hong Kong Tennis Open is a WTA-sanctioned International Series Event and the ninth stop on the WTA Asian swing, returning for its sixth year in 2019. Owned by the Hong Kong Tennis Association, the Tournament is recognised as a Major Sports Event, supported by the Hong Kong Government. The Tournament is a community sports event with the goals of engaging people from all walks of life and fostering a passion for sport and physical activity in the region. A number of world-class professional female tennis players will take part in the tournament from 5–13 October 2019. More than 50 of the world’s best female players will compete in singles and doubles for USD500,000 in prize money at the iconic Victoria Park Stadium in the heart of the city.

Date: 5–13 October 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board


World Cultures Festival 2019 - The Nordics

The World Cultures Festival 2019 will have a Nordic theme, showcasing artistic gems from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Encompassing music, dance, drama, literature, circus arts and more, these programmes will engage you in the past, present and future through their inclusive and people-oriented themes. This showcase of Nordic countries’ unique traditional culture and contemporary outlook brings authentic insights and new perspectives to local audiences.

Date: 18 October to 17 November 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board


Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance

Coinciding with the Mid-Autumn Festival is the unique Fire Dragon Dance — a spectacular ritual that promises to be one of the most extraordinary spectacles you will ever encounter. The 67-metre-long dragon is studded with thousands of burning joss sticks that, at night, produce an incredible sea of fire, smoke and dynamic fury as the dragon wends its way through the backstreets of Tai Hang in Causeway Bay.

Date: 12-14 September 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board