In Hong Kong
The Peak is one of Hong Kong's popular attractions. It is 396 meters (about 1,300 feet) above sea level and covers a stunning view of Hong Kong Mainland. It is the mountain behind the Hong Kong Business District. This place also includes the Peak Tower and Peak Galleria which offers great shopping and dining; a must-visit attraction like Madame Tussauds; and the unforgettable Peak Tram ride.
THE PEAK TRAM
Getting to the Peak is thru the Peak Tram located in St John Building near the Cotton Tree Drive. It takes about 20 to 30 minutes travel going up and down the Peak. It is so steep that the buildings you pass look like they are leaning a gradient of between 4 to 27 degrees.
You will see a magnificent view while riding up and down.
See more details on my blog about The Peak Tram
One of Hong Kong's most striking and iconic landmark, The Peak Tower offers a dazzling array of shops and sure to make for many happy hours of great dining with a view experience, leisurely shopping and souvenir hunting and a 360 degree panoramic view.
View of Hong Kong business district
See more details on my blog about The Peak Tower
The Madame Tussauds Hong Kong - wax museum
We could see Hong Kong superstars like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, and Michelle Yeoh
The Peak Tourist Information Center
We had our lunch at Tsui Wah Restaurant
We loved the food we ate here. A must try!
See a sample Video of the place:
How to get there?
The Peak Tram station is 15minutes walking distance from the MTR Central Station J2 exit near Cotton Tree Drive