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Peak Galleria Shopping Centre, Hong Kong

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Set top Victoria Peak, take a break from hiking and sightseeing by shopping at Peak Galleria Shopping Centre. Stores cover interests like books, art, fashion, accessories, beauty, and more as well as an international restaurant selection. Head to level three to admire views from the observatory deck, which is larger than the one at Peak Tower. If you have extra time, check out the museum and souvenir shop at the Hong Kong Trams Station. Use our Hong Kong trip itinerary builder to add Peak Galleria Shopping Centre and other attractions to your Hong Kong vacation plans.
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  • A nearby Mall to the Peak Tower on the top floor is the point of view of the free service. Nice people, too. Watch the sunset, comfortable
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  • Crowded with tourists watching a night from the evening anyway. I think 2:00 PM is still less of tram passengers, so in that time slot, in the evening, enjoy the night. It is in addition to shopping center and prospects one tourist souvenir shops, eateries and Japan does not change.
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  • I wouldn't come here to "shop" the shops were mostly closed at 1130 in the morning and then they did open, were not anything special. It's small and well I would say more to accommodate the people see...  read more »
  • Reminded me of going up Mount Fuji, in that many people undertake this activity and your view is wholly reliant on the prevailing weather. But so different in that Mount Fuji will enhance your spirit, while the queues and crowds for Victoria Peak can make you feel like you're at an amusement attraction. We took a local bus to ascend; the views were impressive. No signage at the terminus, so a bit of confusion finding lifts into shopping mall (and having to change lifts to get to observation level, no surcharge). You're not just as high up at the official site, but that proved an advantage as the low clouds more obscured their view. Sunset provided dramatic colours. I have to say that if the weather isn't great, then invest it elsewhere. As ever, usually better chances of clearer skies in early morning and late afternoon, when the queues are shorter anyway.
  • Very relaxing during autumn and winter times! Has a nice view and some nice restaurants to dine at. It's definitely an attraction in Hong Kong you wouldn't want to miss. Things here aren't cheap, so spend wisely!
  • Free entry to the roof top for fantastic view. Don't miss the Mak's Noodle for delicious wonton, try the egg tart at the bakery & visit the tram shop.
  • Wonderful views of Hong Kong island and Kowloon across the bay. Check the weather before you make the trip up.
  • It's a cool lookout area but unfortunately it is frequently over crowded. While I would most likely go again, I really dislike large amounts of people bumping into me and every person trying to sell you something "special deal for you". The tram runs here every 8 minutes approx.
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