April 30, 2012
International Commerce Centre Joins A Symphony of Lights
Hong Kong, April 30, 2012: International Commerce Centre (ICC) will join A Symphony of Lights from May 1. ICC at Kowloon Station is Hong Kong's tallest building, containing a deluxe hotel, gourmet restaurants and the popular sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck - the tallest in the city. ICC was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), along with many of the city's stand-out projects.
A Symphony of Lights combines the interplay of beacons from over 40 major buildings on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musical effects to showcase the vibrancy and glamour of Victoria Harbour at night. The nightly spectacle is a top tourist attraction drawing visitors from around the world and holds a Guinness record as the world's largest permanent light and sound show.
SHKP's Sun Hung Kai Centre, International Finance Centre and Central Plaza have long been part of A Symphony of Lights, and now ICC will join its counterpart in the Victoria Harbour Gateway to sparkle with a sensational LED display.
ICC at 490 metres above sea level houses international companies, the world's highest hotel The Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong, sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, top restaurants and premium shopping in a tourist magnet that offers visitors stunning views of Victoria Harbour.
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