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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 vacation builder to plot your vacation.
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  • For everyone who has more time, which should be pilgrims on the peak (but early, before the Group) the railway has little impressed :-(above me can I then on the platform (once again pay), but it's really great! Very even. I can recommend also the walks there!
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  • If you don't want to go up to the sky Club, Lions Pavilion viewing, I went twice to the sky Club, found that height did not vary too much, the lion Pavilion fewer people here, I come here in the evening, took almost 1 hour of time-lapse Photography, and Findley road on the Red House, is also shooting a landscape.
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  • By tram to the Summit located 3 minutes walk from wavered a bit, to get out. And there were a lot of people and free night spots. Sri is said you'd better care is understandable. Stopped to go to Victoria Peak is?. Exit back to a tram ride.
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  • Awesome place to see the sunrise (less busy) or sunset (very busy). If you are looking for a morning hike from downtown then this is the place. Takes about 1 hour one way. The last km is steep, so be prepared to sweat :-)
  • If you want to have the best view of Hong Kong City you must come here and around this area. It is betetr to come between the day and night limit. You will discover two different Hong kong in one time.
  • I was lucky to go earlier and didn't have to wait to get on the peak tram. If you do that you can enjoy more the experience and take nice pictures. In my experience I liked this one better than the sky100.
  • Nice view of the Victoria Harbor at night (when air quality is good)
  • It was a great experience to see all the skyscrapers from the top. It is a must if you are visiting Hong Kong.

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