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Peak Tower, Hong Kong

Categories: Lookouts, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
Spend a day shopping and exploring at Peak Tower, a part of Hong Kong's striking skyline. The Galleria offers merchandise like clothing, shoes, accessories, electronics, and much more as well as numerous dining venues. Visitors looking for a unique experience should head to Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium and the Peak Explorer Motion Simulator. Do not leave without taking great photos of Hong Kong from the viewing terrace, which is the highest in the city. With our custom trip planner, Hong Kong attractions like Peak Tower can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We had the ticket in the ticket of hop-on included and so up we went. It is a shopping center of the cheap kind with roof terrace. It doesn't have to be and blighted the peak!
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  • I'd try going once to watch at night. It is a building that includes a restaurant and a souvenir shop. Round and round up the escalator, is a beautiful view from the observation deck. But the people dog fish so not so much slow.
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  • Arrivals on the mountain side of the tram is newly renovated, completely stylish building. Many shops and restaurants, observation deck had become completely clean. Thanks did not change escalator a couple times to go to the observation deck on the roof was 360-degree views to be a different and far more to be had.
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  • Awesome view of Hong Kong. Tram was pretty nice, too. We ordered tickets from the travel agency which allows us tobget onto the tram pretty quick (ten to twenty minutes). Compares to the tourist who purchases ticket at the spot. However, during my visit to the peak. It's labor day. The spot is crowded with tourists from everywhere, it pretty tense to walk around.
  • good for pictures... if you don't have 2 hours to wait in line for the tram, take a bus or the mini bus to get up the mountain. Google Maps will know how.
  • Fantastic views though it depends a bit on luck - when I was there it was pretty misty. It isn't strictly necessary to shell out for access to the viewing gallery on the top though it does offer nice views over the South of Hong Kong island. The audio guide for that is forgettable.
  • Fantastic view. I thought Singapore got a fantastic night view but this is really much better. The never ending shoreline coupled with the lights display on the buildings made this a view not to be missed. Do come up and take a look. Word of warning though. The trip down will take quite a while and your trip might be disturbed by loud shouting from Hong Kong's neighbour up North.
  • The peak is a dandy path to view Hong Kong with great scenes, lovely walks, shopping and nice eateries. A must for anyone travelling to Hong Kong to visit.
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