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Peak Tower, Hong Kong

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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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  • This is a wonderful place to get a view of the harbor as well as some incredible photos from Victoria Peak. They also have a children's museum and some shops inside. ONE OF THEM IS A CHOCOLATE Museum....  more »
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  • Visit this place in Hong Kong, I believe, but if you dearly and it is not fun to ride on the train, which costs $32 can be reached by bus within 9.8 $, with neither species almost worse, and even more interesting!
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  • Quite a tourist spot to get away from the city down below. It's also good for views of the HK and Kowloon from atop the observation deck of peak tower. Need to buy a $50 ticket now. Otherwise you can just stroll along the trails nearby and get a equally stunning views and photographs. Gets too busy in evening. Shops sell expensive merchandise. Outdoors are hot if it's summer. Should carry in umbrella if it's a rain forecast.
  • Very nice place to overview Hong Kong. Nice to go with Tram there but a little overcrowded (waited 1,5h up and 45m down) and the tower is very commercial organized. Many (to) expensive stuff. Haven't found the toilet. If ever back, then I will try to climb on my own. Summing up, still a great place to stay and watch Hong Kong at day and night time.
  • In good weather, there's an incredible view here! But most of the time its in the fog and you can't see anything! Make sure to google search to find the live camera on top of the peak, to see if the weather is clear before you go!
  • Really cool experience. The tram that goes up at times feels like it's going up 90 degrees. The peak itself is a bit of a mall (just like everything else in HongKong) but the views are to die for. We went on a really foggy day and it was still worth it.
  • The air was nice, the view was awesome. The restrooms were so so. Walk out of the building to see different views.

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