Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
A bird's-eye view of Hong Kong 
seen from Victoria Peak
If Hong Kong is a city of jade during the day, it becomes a luminous pearl with a sea of lights twinkling in the streets after dark. Where is the best place to enjoy the multi-colorful night scene that encompasses Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour? Victoria Peak is a good location to view its night scene. 554 meters (about 1,817.6 feet) above sea level, the Peak is the highest point within Hong Kong and occupies the western part of the Hong Kong Island.
 How to reach Victoria Peak? Tourists can take the Peak Tram, a pleasant ride ascending the mountain. The tram has been in operation for over one hundred years, and to date, no accidents have ever occurred. Your journey aboard the tram will take eight minutes and upon reaching the summit you will see a seven storied building in the shape of a ship. This is the Peak Tower in which there are several attractions namely, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, and Sky Terrace 428.  
 
Adults Children aged 3-11 and seniors aged 65 or above
Round-trip HK$ 45 HK$ 20
Single-trip HK$ 32 HK$ 12
Service Hours 7:00 - 24:00 with an interval of 10-15mins
 

Museum and Cinema

 
Peak Tower at the Victoria Peak
Peak Tower
If you want to take a photo with your favorite movie or sport stars, then please visit Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. This museum exhibits over 100 waxworks of celebrities from all works of life from the middle ages to the present day, including President Hu Jintao. On the second and the third floors of the Peak Tower is a museum called Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium. From its name, tourists may image how bizarre the more than 450 exhibits collected from all over the world are. On the fourth floor is the Peak Explorer Motion Simulator. It is very welcoming to all visitors and equipped with high-tech projectors, sound system and motion chairs. Sitting on the chair and looking at the images on screen, it appears that you are actually there and witnessing what happens around you. Here you will enjoy an exciting journey.
 
 

Night View

Viewing Hong Kong at night is a must! The panoramic vista is one of the most beautiful night scenes in the world so a visit to the Lion Pavilion on the Victoria Peak is also highly recommended. Standing upon the pavilion and overlooking the Victoria Harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula, a spectacular night view will unfold in front of your eyes. The Victoria Harbour is one of the world's busiest harbors and has a constant ebb and flow of shipping all year round. With row upon row of skyscrapers stand prominently on the Central which is the city's financial and economic hub. The most spectacular are the Bank of China Tower and the Central Plaza. The Bank of China Tower, with 72 stories soars skyward and is designed by an American-born Chinese architect Bei Yuming (Ieoh Ming Pei); with the bamboo-shaped outlook of the tower symbolizing that the Bank of China aspires to get better and better. The Central Plaza is a reinforced concrete building with 78 stories.
 
Our Guests at Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Our Guests at Victoria Peak
Inside the Peak Tram
Inside the Peak Tram
The whole city is swathed by glittering neon lights along the banks of Victoria Harbour. Another way to experience Hong Kong's night views is from Peak Garden. You can walk among fragrant flowers, butterflies and birds while enjoying the spectacular vista.

No matter when you come to the Victoria Peak, it will always give you a beautiful view of Hong Kong.
 

How to get to Victoria Peak

1. Take Bus 15C straight to Garden Rd, or take Tsuen Wan Line/ Island Line to Central and walk south for about 10mins to Garden Rd (Lower Peak Tram Terminus) and take the tram to the Victoria Peak.
2. Take bus 15/ green mini bus 1 to the peak.

Recommended Nearby Attractions:
Government House
 Zoological and Botanical Gardens
 Hong Kong Park

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- Last modified on Oct. 16, 2018 -
Questions & Answers on Victoria Peak
Asked by erika from PHILIPPINES | Oct. 13, 2018 04:08Reply
how can we get to central station from Hong Kong airport by bus. thank you.!!
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Answered by Sophia from USA | Oct. 16, 2018 02:03
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You can take the bus E11/ E11A/ A11 to get there.
Asked by Dzulkifle Mohd Bahari from MALAYSIA | Aug. 13, 2018 00:08Reply
How To Get To The Peak Tram from Tsim Sha Tsui
I will be staying at Delta Hotel Tsim Sha Tsui. How do I get to the Peak Tram from the hotel.

Thanks
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Answered by Ben from UNITED KINGDOM | Aug. 13, 2018 20:15
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Take a metro from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central and walk about 200m to take bus line 15 to the peak.
Asked by Elly from INDONESIA | Jun. 21, 2018 11:30Reply
Hello..how to get Victoria Peak from Austin Road, near Jordan MTR? Thank you
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Answered by Olivia from NEW ZEALAND | Jun. 21, 2018 20:27
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You can take Tsuen Wan Line to Admiralty and then interchange to Bus 1 to the Peak.
Asked by Nadine from PHILIPPINES | Jun. 03, 2018 20:33Reply
What is the easiest way to disney land from the Victoria peak? Thanks!
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Answered by Kirk from SINGAPORE | Jun. 05, 2018 22:11
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Walk about 4 km to Sai Ying Pun Station to take subway to Central Station and transfer here to take Tung Chung Line to Xin’ao Station and transfer in this station to take Disney Line to Disney Station. Get out of the Exit A and walk around 500m, you will get there.
Asked by kadir from MALAYSIA | Mar. 27, 2018 21:34Reply
how to go to HK garden station toake the tram to the peak from iclub fotress hill hotel
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Answered by William from AUSTRALIA | Mar. 28, 2018 20:03
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You can take bus 10 to Bank of China Tower, Queensway and then walk southwest for 10 minutes to the cable car station.
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