Early Coming Christmas, Harbor City puts up “Christmas in the Air”

The Hong Kong Harbor City’s annual outdoor Christmas lighting display is always one of themust-see attraction for tourist and locals and has always set a standard for other Christmas attraction. This year, Harbor city presents us with a spectacular attraction that will surely release the child within everyone’s heart, “Christmas in the Air”.

 

 

The Christmas in the Air Lighting Ceremony took place on November 21, 2017, attracting hundreds of thousands of spectaculars gathering around the venue. Joining the Lighting Ceremony as a special guest this year is Hong Kong beloved actress and singer Andy Lau. One of the most anticipated part of the ceremony is the Hong Kong’s first ever aerial drone show brought by unmanned aerial vehicle expert George Chan featuring. The performance was an undoubtedly visual surprise to the audience.

 

The attraction features a large airship, at 20 meters long and more than 7 meters high, together with more than 2,000 LED lights with two other spacecraft filled with Christmas gifts and colorful hot air balloons to create a warm and festive ambience. Inspired by the nature and culture in Scandinavian Christmas Forest, London-based Finnish designer Klaus Haapaniemi designed the “Christmas in the Air” with the theme “Giants of Christmas Forest”.

 

 

Moreover, Harbor city partnered with “Hong Kong Blood Cancer Foundation” to raise awareness and funds to remind everyone that Christmas is a time for giving rather than receiving. If you also want to support the cause, you may as well pay a visit to the Christmas House. The Christmas House showcases over a hundred helium balloons and by donating only HK$ 60, you can not only help the people in need and can also grab one of the Christmas balloons as well as capturing the joyful moment in a photo.

 

 

The “Christmas in the Air” will be on display at the Ocean Terminal Forecourt from now till January 1st, 2018 so don’t miss out on the opportunity to get a sneak peek of Christmas beforehand and to enjoy a very unique and entertaining experience.