Attractions in Kowloon, Hong Kong
Symphony of Lights
Awarded the title of “World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show” by the Guinness World Records, the Symphony of Lights is undoubtedly one of the top attractions in Hong Kong. Every night, Victoria Harbour lights up in a thrilling show of lasers, music and more – a 15-minute spectacle for the city’s visitors. Although the Symphony of Lights involves buildings on both sides of Victoria Harbour, one of the best places to catch the show is from the Kowloon side. The show is narrated in a number of different languages – if you speak English, visit the Hong Kong Cultural Centre on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Mandarin, visit on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and for Cantonese, visit on Saturdays.
Hong Kong Museum of History
Opening originally in 1975, the Hong Kong Museum of History is a longstanding landmark of Hong Kong and one of the top attractions near Kowloon. With a huge range of frequently updated exhibitions, the museum aims to educate and inform its visitors on Hong Kong’s history. Telling stories of historical and cultural significance, the museum provides an insight into Hong Kong’s rich history and diversity of experiences.
Kam Shan Country Park
Despite Hong Kong’s reputation as a bustling city filled with shining skyscrapers, it is also a place filled with natural wonders and exciting wildlife. One of the best places to immerse yourself in the natural side of Hong Kong is in the Kam Shan Country Park – where visitors can meet the exotic monkeys and national flora blossoming in the area. For those looking to get some exercise, Kam Shan Country Park is also the perfect place to enjoy a challenging hike.