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Reviews about Victoria Harbour

bmi2004

5/5
Reviewed on 26 Aug 2016

Victoria Harbour occupies one of the world's three most famous night spots. Having never been to Victoria Harbour is tantamount to having never been to Hong Kong. I heard that every year there are fireworks, super gorgeous. So at the end of 2014, we came to explore it. At sunset, when the lights were on, large crowds of people began to go to the shore. The police management was very standardized. All of them were set as one-way walking, and the number of admissions was limited in time. So when we know about the stampede on the Bund of Shanghai at the same time, we are even more grateful. We should learn from Hong Kong's management model to avoid tragedy. Although there are so many tourists, almost everyone can only stand upright all the way, but in the face of such a shocking and moving scenery, they are extremely excited and have no time to care for others. When the fireworks were gone, everyone was still interested, and the TV station came to interview them.

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