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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.


Lan Kwai Fong Beer & Music Fest 2019

The biggest summer celebration in Lan Kwai Fong – the Lan Kwai Fong Beer & Music Fest – will be back with a special mega street carnival on 29 and 30 June 2019. Over 200 beer brands from around the world will be showcased at the party, which will also feature 40 plus booths offering delicacies, beverages and interactive games. And an all-day performance stage will be set up to provide non-stop entertainment, including live band music and games. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable carnival and fabulous F&B offers with your friends and family this summer at Lan Kwai Fong!

Date: 29 June to 31 August 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board


A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum

The exhibition sheds light on the common stories of human development through 100 objects selected from the British Museum collection. Highlights include the first human stone tool from Africa and Iraq’s The Standard of Ur, an artefact from one of the world’s first cities.

Date: 18 May to 9 September 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board


Chrysanthemum and Dragon: The Art of Ornamentation in Japan and China in the 17th–19th Century

The exhibition offers an insight into the differing yet equally lavish arts and crafts movements in China and Japan during the 17th to 19th century, which allows visitors to compare the craftsmanship of both cultures side-by-side. It features over 180 Japanese objects, over 50 objects from the museum’s classical Ming and Qing dynasties’ furniture collection and over 30 sets of original European vanities.

Date: 19 March to 15 August 2019
Source: Hong Kong Tourism Board