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Harbour Cruise - Bauhinia

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Susann
Susann
December 12, 2016
Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an…
Jessa And Jo
Jessa And Jo
December 7, 2016
Hong Kong's harbor dazzles with neon at night, but the synchronized Symphony of Lights laser show takes the nightly spectacle to another level. Cruise Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour aboard a traditional Chinese sightseeing junk and enjoy an uninterrupted view of this dazzling light show for an…
Jacob And Jom
Jacob And Jom
February 20, 2017
香港港炫霓虹灯在夜间,但灯激光显示同步交响乐以夜间场景到另一个层次。香港维多利亚港的一艘游船观光,欣赏中国传统的垃圾在香港一个难忘的夜晚这耀眼的灯光秀不间断查看。在你游览香港港1.5小时的晚上你会在你看一个世界上最伟大的表演展现享受开放的酒吧免费饮料。晚间海港巡游的亮点是20分钟的灯光交响乐,一个壮观的激光束在海港两侧的33座关键摩天大楼上跳跃。

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Hong Kong Island
Phone2802 2886