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Victoria’s Peak | Hong Kong


Victoria's Peak Hong Kong Guide

Looking down at the city from Victoria’s Peak you’ll see one of the most stunning harbors.  Standing tall at 1,811 feet Victoria’s peak is the highest point in Hong Kong.  Under British control while Hong Kong was a colony, from 1841 to 1997, the Peak was the city’s most exclusive neighborhood. Due to this Chinese and locals were literally not allowed here. Today it still houses Hong Kong’s tycoons but you can enjoy the view as well.

‘One of the best ways to see Victoria’s Peak is by the tram. Opened in 1888, the bright red Peak Tram is one of the world’s oldest funiculars in the world. The line can get very lon,  so if you plan to visit aim to get there before 10am. You can also walk up to Victoria’s Peak. Which ever way you decide the view will be worth the trek. Victoria’s peak is stunning and a must for any visit to Hong Kong.

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Victoria's Peak Hong Kong Guide

Victoria's Peak Hong Kong Guide

Victoria's Peak Hong Kong Guide

Victoria's Peak Hong Kong Guide


How to get there

You can get to the top of Victoria’s Peak via the tram. Entrance for the tram is at Garden Road Peak Tram Lower Terminus. Here you can purchase tickets. Roundtrip tram ticket with access to observation deck at the peak costs HK$ 99. You can also hike to the top more info here.


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