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Salisbury Road, Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, PRC
One of Hong Kong's star attractions and one of the deepest container ports in the world, Victoria Harbour is shielded on both sides by urban structures. The port has towering skyscrapers and Victoria Peak on one side, and the Tsim Sha Tsui shoreline on the other. Everyday, hundreds of ferries, tugs, speed boats, and barges come here, carrying people and cargo. The history of this iconic harbor dates back to the First and Second Opium Wars, when China was defeated by the British, making Hong Kong a British colony. Named Victoria Harbour after the Queen of England, the harbor's critical position on the South China Sea, between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, facilitated a thriving economy which largely impacted Hong Kong's development. The harbor, a natural landmark that showcases both the past and future of Hong Kong's progress, is a spectacle at night. It comes alive with a light and sound show that features a dazzle of lasers, music, and twinkling buildings.
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