Lion's Pavilion at The Peak, Hong Kong

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At the top of Victoria Peak, Lion's Pavilion at The Peak is a multi-level viewing platform where you can rest your feet and enjoy sights of Central and the harbor. Take a look at the panorama map to identify landmarks, and take a packed lunch to eat in this quiet location away from tourist crowds. Many visitors opt to visit this attraction for a viewpoint instead of the viewing deck on Peak Tower for its convenience and free admission. A visit to Lion's Pavilion at The Peak represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Hong Kong driving holiday planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Caught a taxi up to The Peak before the tram started running, so had a very peaceful view here from the lookout over the harbour. Not a clear day, but nonetheless, worth it.  more »
  • It is one of the biggest Hong Kong attractions, a multilevel viewing area. We were lucky - the visibility was good and the crowds very reasonable.  more »
  • After an extensive photo session at the peak Tower, we looked at the beautiful skyline of the lion Pavilion a few metres away from the peak Tower's. In contrast to the to the sky terrace that entry had to be paid, 428, the Pavilion was free of charge and offered almost as great views of the city.
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  • This is a very good place to take pictures during daytime and nightime as well (I suggest nightime). It's very close to the cable car station, therefore I strongly suggest that you stop by this place. The cable car runs until very late so you don't need to worry if you are going to take pictures at night or if you think that you don't have enough time to go down (maybe around 23:00, I can't remember the exact time, but I do remember it was late). Be aware though, the place is small and it's a little bit crowded, but if you are a little patient, you can find a nice spot. If you want to avoid the people, you can walk 50 meters take pictures from the mountain trail.
  • Pros. 1. Beautiful Cons. 1. Too crowded 2. Hard to get there. Just take a cab. 3. If you don't take a tram, you should pay for the top. 4. There is a commercial free magic eye exhibition.. We ended to pay $45 for two pictures.
  • Has good views of HK and it's free. Double storey
  • Gorgeous views of the city lights. Great photo place with the pavilion
  • Great views of Hong Kong. There are more options than the tram to get up here. Like the bus or taxi. Tram is way too expensive.

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