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Victoria Peak, Hong Kong City

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Views from the Peak

We took the tram to the Peak and it was quite an experience, as it was moving at a very steep angle. Unfortunately, it was a misty day, so we could not see very far. Still, the views of the Hong Kong were stunning, especially when it started getting dark and the city lit up. We took the Peak Circle Walk trying to find a spot with a better view. I was surprised there weren’t more people doing it, as the forest was peaceful, beautiful, with some very interesting trees and flowers. Then we stopped at the small shopping centre, which I found to be quite touristy. We wanted to stay for a meal, but we thought all the restaurants were very touristy, too, so we headed back to town for a more traditional place to eat. [more ]

A panorama from the Peak Tram

Taking the Peak tram is a good way to see the Hong Kong skyline. It runs everyday from morning to midnight from Central district to Victoria Peak and is definitely the steepest tram ride I’ve been on. It’s basically the most direct route to the Peak and the expansive view of the harbour and skyscrapers make it a scenic path.
Though it’s is a ride for tourists usually making way to the Peak Tower, but for residents it’s just a regular mode of transport. When I went a few years ago, the tram I got had visibly seen better days, but I believe the technology and cars are constantly updated, and really it doesn’t matter because the journey is just so pretty. [more ]

The Peak of Pasific Mountain (Victoria Peak)

What is it like to sit on the top of a highest peak and peek the whole Hong Kong? Victoria Peak is also known as太平山頂 by the locals or just The Peak. We can reach it by tram or by bus. The advantage of taking the tram is we can take a bus for free within 2 hours just with the tram ticket. What is in The Peak? Peak Tower and Peak Galleria are at The Peak. I am sure all of you know Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium.
We can see the oddest things in the world there. At the Peak Tower, they’ll offer us to go to the top of the building and enjoy the whole views of Kowloon and some parts of Hong Kong island. Don’t want to stay in the Peak Tower? We can just stroll along the road, and still can enjoy the view while some painters / photographers might want to take your pics for some HK$. [more ]

Victoria Peak

Number one place to visit when in Hong Kong. Situated on Hong Kong Island it’s the highest mountain at 552m high and offers spectacular panoramic views over the harbour and central Hong Kong.

Travel up on the Peak Tram and experience some weird optical illusions. The track is so steep in places that some of the houses you pass seem to leaning over at strange angles!

Once at the top there are numerous places to shop and dine depending on what takes your fancy. Do check out some of the smaller stalls, as well as the larger shops, as they offer some great deals on paintings, carvings and silk prints.

But above all, enjoy the views. [more ]

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