By BizLED Bureau
Feb 17, 2016: With technological advancements in LED industry and taking it a step forward, an artificial rose garden with LED lights was made in Hong Kong’s Promenade and Tamar Park areas. The initiative was done by the creative agency PanCom as they chose Hong Kong as the first destination before they kick-off their world tour.
The ‘Light Rose Garden’ was set against the backdrop of Central, which is currently the business district of Hong Kong. It opened for public on 13th February.
The organisers have kept the price of a single souvenir to HKG $100 Hong Kong Dollars or US$ 12, if anyone is keen to buy the LED-lit rose.
The tenure of ‘Light Rose Garden’ has been carefully scheduled to open for public on Valentine’s Day. The fest will end on February 22, the day of traditional Chinese Lantern Festival this year. The origin of ‘Light Rose Garden’ is from South Korea, where it started as an art installation project.
As per reports, Singaporean Coconauts will be the next destination for the fest once it draws to a conclusion in Hong Kong later this month.
Speaking to a leading daily, a top official at the agency stated that this LED rose garden was created to bring families, friends and lovers to come out to parks at night. Visitors are already rushing in large number to view the illuminated roses, lighting the park against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s skyline.
LED-lit ‘rose garden’ in Hong Kong
Visitors were being asked about their experiences at the park. And they could be seen smiling, clicking pictures, sharing them with their loved ones. Organisers feel that they have created a human chain of emotions and the response is better than expected. They hope to replicate the effect on other destinations as well.