Also known as 'The Peak', this place should be visited first. It is visited by million of tourists every year. The Peak is the highest point on the Hong Kong Island. From there you can enjoy one of the most spectacular views in the world that gives a unique opportunity to admire a magnificent scenery of Hong Kong. It is especially colorful at night, when thousands of lights shine all over the city and the view of Hong Kong at night will cause in you an indescribable feeling. Also, many tourists visit Victoria Peak to see the show named 'A Symphony of Lights', which starts daily at 8:00pm. Despite of the panoramic views, visitors also have a chance to explore all its unique attractions.
Peak Tram. A trip on the tram will be one of the most unforgettable tours on your Hong Kong trip. The views are spectacular. The tram is the best way to experience all of the natural beauty of Hong Kong. Opened in 1888, the peak tram rises to 373 meters above sea level from where opens the magnificent scenery of Hong Kong.
Opening Hours: 07:00am - midnight (daily)
Peak Tower. This multi-floor complex provides shopping, dining and entertainment venues. The building comprises Madame Tussauds, Sky Gallery and Sky Terrace. While enjoying Victoria Peak, you'll have your choice of four signature restaurants. All feature different types of cuisine and dining experiences. The Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Restaurant & Market is a family-owned chain, based on the life of Forrest Gump. Cajun and Southern-style dishes are served. The decor features scenes from the movie. Kyo Hachi is the Japanese restaurant at the Peak Tower, serving tempura, sushi, and traditional dishes. Expansive windows offer fantastic views of the city. The Pinnacle of the World is the Tien Yi dining area at The Peak Tower, serving traditional Chinese cuisine.
Opening Hours: 10:00am - 11:00pm (Monday-Friday); 8:00am - 11:00pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
Sky Terrace. Located on the roof of the Peak Tower, Sky Terrace is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong. It offers the best views of Hong Kong with 360-degree panoramic view. This platform provides great photo opportunities and is an excellent place to make memory photos and videos.
Opening Hours: 10:00am - 11:00pm (Monday-Friday); 8:00 am - 11:00pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. This is another popular tourist attraction and comprises about a hundred of wax figures that are almost lifelike. It is situated on P1 level of the Peak Tower and delights guests old and young alike. Madame Tussauds has some visual and audio effects that give you an interactive experience. The museum boasts of having at least six thematic areas. These include the World Premiere, Scream, Hong Kong Glamour, the Champions, Music Icons and National and Historical Heroes. You can complete your tour of this popular attraction by visiting the souvenir shop, which has a wide range of souvenirs for you.
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm (daily)
|Peak Tram Tickets||Single||Return|
|Child (age 3 - 11)
Senior (age 65 or above)
|Child or Senior||HK$90|
|Child or Senior||HK$15|
|Peak Tram + Sky Terrace||Single||Return|
|Child or Senior||HK$24||HK$31|
|Peak Tram + Madame Tussauds||Single||Return|
|Child or Senior||HK$90||HK$95|
|Peak Tram + Sky Terrace + MT||Single||Return|
|Child or Senior||HK$100||HK$105|
Combo tickets are available at Garden Road Peak Tram Terminus.
As alternative, you can take a bus or a taxi to get to The Peak.
If you are in Central or Admiralty, take the bus no. 15 at the following bus stops - Central Pier 5, Exchange Square, City Hall or Admiralty Station. The fare is HK$9.8 and buses run every 7-15 minutes. If you are in Tin Hau or Causeway Bay, take the bus no. 15B at the following bus stops - Tin Hau Station, Hong Kong Central Library, Caroline Hill Road or Craigengower Cricket Club. The fare is HK$9.6 and buses run every 20 minutes.
Note. Route 15B runs ONLY on Sundays & Public Holidays from 12:00pm to 7:00pm.
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