Merry Christmas! Here is a present for YOU: a video and several photos of Christmas lights and displays in Hong Kong! (Come back and open it tomorrow if you only unwrap presents on Boxing Day.)
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Hong Kong is known for it's collection of outdoor light displays at night. During the Christmas and New Year period, commercial buildings and shopping malls put on extra efforts to light up the city. These lights and decors are usually on display from late November to early January.
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Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour with A Symphony of Lights (Videos)
|Christmas Lights at Tsim Sha Tsui East|
In some twenty years ago, Tsim Sha Tsui East was a "must visit" area for Christmas lights admirers and photographers. The designs on the glass walls and the alignment of light bulbs were different each year. As you would expect, glory days would not last forever. Today, while these building still put up outdoor Christmas lights, they are overshadowed by the Christmas displays launched by shopping malls at Tsim Sha Tsui (without "East") and various corners in Hong Kong.
The Christmas lights on the Hong Kong Island have always been a bit scattered. The best place to view these lights is actually from the other side of the Victoria Harbour at the water front of Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East. (East of Chatham Road is considered as Tsim Sha Tsui East.) Here is a photo of Christmas lights on the Hong Kong Island.
|Christmas Lights on Hong Kong Island from Tsim Sha Tsui|
This concludes the Simple Dreamer Christmas in Hong Kong 2010 Specials. Merry Christmas!
Christmas Tree at 1881 Heritage
Christmas Tree at Alexandra House & Prince's Building
Christmas Tree at Elements
Christmas Tree at Exchange Square
Christmas Tree at The ONE
Giant Chupa Chups Machine at iSquare
Swarovski Crystal Christmas Tree at Central