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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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  • Climb Victoria Peak, and come to the observation deck. It was the best night view of Hong Kong S.A.R. watch from here in the old days. Crust of the boat-shaped building stands next to today, and everyone there seems to watch the night. I'm not some off peak without knowing this old fashioned gazebo, by any chance? From the considerably more free people.
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  • On the day the view is fascinating, but at night it is the city look spectacular. It is a must-see to admire this impressive city.
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  • Observatory at the same level as the road was very hard with the Chinese and South Korean tourists is down stairs to a little below the floor observation deck was almost reserved. Not disturb anyone and was taking photos.
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  • 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.
  • Most every hk set movie from to 40's -60's featured this Pavillion
  • The views are amazing and worth the visit. Unsurprisingly though it is absolutely packed out with selfie takers. Beautiful view though.
  • Great view of Hong Kong and the bay below. Cooler at night.
  • Another spot to get a good view of the city skyline.