The Hong Kong Tourism Commission (HKTC) engaged Laservision with a brief to develop a nightly tourist attraction incorporating prominent buildings around Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. As tourism forms a vital part of the Hong Kong economy, the HKTC’s key objective was to drive economic development through tourism and increase the profile of Hong Kong as a must see destination in Asia. This objective was achieved through the creation and nightly running of our show the ‘Symphony of Lights’.
This show was conceived by Laservision in 2002 and proposed the integration of key prominent buildings around Victoria Harbour into a permanently installed, architectural, sound and laser spectacular. January 2004 saw the first of what has now grown to five stages of the Harbour Lighting Plan. This spectacular show represents an integration of architectural lighting, laser effects, search lights, original sound score and pyrotechnics into a nightly synchronised fourteen (14) minute experience.
Forty-five (45) buildings around Victoria Harbour currently participate in the ‘Symphony of Lights’ show with additional buildings joining the spectacular every year.