An inspiring metropolis complete with a unique blend of offerings for the traveler, Hong Kong is just one of those places that you can’t help but fall in love with. At first glance, the city may seem like a fast-paced, money-making, well-oiled machine that simply cannot afford to spare some time for entertainment, but in actuality Hong Kong is far from it. Although the city has earned a reputation for its steady economic progress and recent achievements, Hong Kong still manages to offer plenty for the modern traveler in search of interesting attractions. From the 10,000 Buddha Monastery to the Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong is simply studded with tourist attractions waiting to be discovered.
A natural harbour located in the Kowloon Peninsula, Victoria Harbour is home to one of the busiest ports in the country. A much-frequented tourist attraction in Hong Kong, Victoria Harbour is well known for its spectacular views and various tours it offers. During the 1850’s the harbour was home to the Victoria Recreation Club which was responsible for organizing and hosting water polo matches and swimming competitions for the local public, which were much-anticipated sporting events in Hong Kong at the time.
Several years later, the harbour found itself in the midst of war which brought in various battle ships and other naval war crafts to its shores. The water club was later made inactive, as it was deemed responsible for polluting the harbour.
Visitors who wish to capture the true beauty of Victoria Harbour will find that the best possible way to do so is by booking a night-time cruise. This memorable journey will give you the opportunity to witness the Symphony of Lights in all its glory from aboard a luxurious ferry. Those of you who are traveling with a special partner will be able to share a romantic meal with a fine glass of wine while gracefully floating along calm waters. With the stunning backdrop of the cities colorful skyscrapers, a night out at Victoria Harbour is sure to be a memorable experience for everyone involved.
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