Victoria Peak, also known as "The Peak", provides panoramic views of the city, which have to be among the most spectacular in ... More
Victoria Peak, also known as "The Peak", provides panoramic views of the city, which have to be among the most spectacular in the world, especially at night. A walk around the Peak reveals further scenic vistas over the greener western parts of Hong Kong Island, and the viewing platforms on top of the Peak Tower and Peak Galleria are a must for anyone with a camera. A steep tram ride takes visitors to the top, where the spectacular vistas are equally gorgeous during the day or night.
Hi the writer of dream about returning every night. You went there by the student ambassador trip right? Do you have to pay anything for it? Because i got an invitation and i'd love to go but i dont know if i have to pay for it or anything.
I am only 17 and I went on a student ambassador trip there when I was 16. Now they let us run around here on our own, keep in mind Hong Kong is one of the safest cities on the planet, but the deal was we had to go in groups of four. We got into the building at Victoria peak where you can go up for a better view. The only way to get to the top is by paying 20 Hong Kong dollars to get up. (Remember if you go Hong Kong money is different than Yuan, the Chinese currency). None of my friends had the money or were just to lazy to go, so I broke the rules knowing there would not be another opportunity like this for a very, very long time. What a site to see. The rest of the kids were home sick and I was looking to buy an apartment so I could enjoy it every day of my life. Make sure you see this at least once in your life.
i dont have any dislike on the place victoria peak it such a nice and woderful place,,,i thought we saw the whole hongkong and there's also mall and the wax museum in uppest part of it!!!we saw the clouds!!!and it was a short distance to touch it!!!ammmfffhhh...
Maybe because it was Valentine’s day that so many couple seems like being there for the romantic view but unfortunately, the view of HK city is blocked by rain and fog that day, so nothing much to see up there, I would recommend visit here on clearly day (better check the weather forecast first) I never took this kind of Tram ride before so it was a little bit nervous for me. The way it go up seems like the tram it go over the max.capacity, especially when it stop for couple minutes, but the view manage to distract me. I’m really enjoying MT wax museum, I feel like entering planet of the most famous people in the world, some of the wax is look alike the real person. The famous new wax that just finish is Barack Obama, that wasn’t allowed to take with personal camera. They also have great restaurants, even quite expensive (love bubba, once have it in Bali)
The tram ride going was enjoyable. Madam Tusseaud's Museum on the platform of the tram is an added attraction. You get to see two sites in one trip! The view is spectacular. We arrived around noon on a perfect not so sunny day. My son loved the EA Sports center.
Since we travelled with my two kids, my son 9 yrs old and my daughter 3 years old, we decided to visit it during daytime. Highly recommended! Can't wait to go back and experience and savor the view at night.
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