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Aqua Luna: a red veil on the sea


The best way to get to know a port is by going on its most emblematic boat.

Hong Kong inspires nostalgia for the elegant purple-sailed junks that once floated in the port. It also inspires a desire to see the city from a rare perspective. Which is why the Aqua Luna is for you. This magnificent junk, which has become a symbol of Hong Kong, sails every day of the week.

Monday to Friday, during the day, it remains in the bay of Hong Kong, and drops you off anyplace that has sea access. On Saturday and Sunday, she goes to the other side of the island, to the beaches in the south and to Stanley.

But, every night, she returns to Hong Kong harbour to offer the best views of the magical Symphony of Lights. With its recognisable red sail, the Aqua Luna is as popular an attraction as the light show itself.

Aqua Luna
Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong

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