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Situated between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula, Victoria Harbour provided a wide water surface and enough depths for fishing boats, big trading vessels, containerships and cruise ships. There are several options to let you enjoy Victoria Harbour on both sides, for example, the Hong Kong City Hall, the Cenotaph, the Court of Final Appeal Building and also some iconic buildings such as the International Finance Center (IFC), Bank of China Tower and Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The views from the Kowloon side in Tsim Sha Tsui are even more magnificent. Many sightseeing attractions such as Hong Kong Space Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Clock Tower and Hong Kong Cultural Centre, as well as Hong Kong’s tallest building, the International Trade Plaza (ICC) and the largest shopping mall - the Harbour City Mall, are both in Tsim Sha Tsui.
In the daytime, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Hong Kong skyline and Lion Rock from the Hong Kong Water Taxi and you can also see the mansions on the top of Victoria Peak. At night, the lights of Victoria Harbour are even more stunning, it will take your breath away while you lean back in Hong Kong Water Taxi, watch and enjoy the light show of the Symphony of Lights, savouring the charming night view and skyline of Hong Kong.