Romantics in Hong Kong were treated to the most beautiful Valentine's Day treat when tens of thousands of LED roses lit up the city in a beautiful display.
Public art installation the Light Rose Garden featured 25,000 white roses that were arranged in Hong Kong's Central and Western District Promenade.
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According to AP, the waterproof roses will light up each night against the backdrop of Hong Kong's iconic skyline.
Originating in South Korea, the Light Rose Garden is on a world tour and its next stop is Singapore. The installation in Hong Kong runs from 14 to 22 February.
Organizer Jung Yong Jin said: "I created this LED rose garden because I wanted families, friends and lovers to come out to parks at night.
"Because I watch a lot of Korean dramas, there are a lot of romantic scenes in them with something like this. So when I saw this, I was actually moved."