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Peak Tower, Hong Kong
(3.9/5 based on 650+ 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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  • Brilliant views - best to go at dusk. I remember having to climb all these stairs years ago.Now there are lifts & moving walkways. Lots of up markets shops and some tasty food outlets. 
  • So, when I went too, unfortunately, thickening the fog coming in and watching it was an interesting experience and consideration. Fog can be seen from on high, so close that nothing weird, and surrounded by the mist really make you feel like you're in a white world and. This is the background for all the photos taken so white. Thanks again it's where you want to go.
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  • Here are the station of the peak tram and restaurants. So, you have a great look down on the city. In the opposite direction, there's not much to see. There's the Tower have long and from below you can see him behind high houses hardly. Only the access to the terrace costs additional. The vision behind the Windows of the restaurants is also good. The visit of the adjacent shopping centre is worth less.
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  • Though the peak seems to be one of the most popular places to visit in HK it was a bit too touristy with all the souvenirs stores and such. But the view from the top is spectacular and definitely makes up for everything else. The tram ride up is fun too considering the incline at which you're chugging up. If you're at the peak, try to visit some of the hiking trails that start just outside the peak tower, taking you through calm and thinly populated trails, showing you a completely different side of HK.
  • Really superb place to view HK and beyond. It's also great to watch the other tourists taking selfies and panoramic shots, and generally getting excited about the view. It cost 48HKD to get in, but admission is included if you take the tram. If you pay for admission using Octopus, there's a 5HKD discount
  • Absolutely amazing, one of the best views! I came up here. 4 times in the 2 weeks I visited, lots of places to go and visit, great views, can't wait to back.
  • Great views of Hong Kong bay and skyscrapers, where you will and laptop get the classic selfie. It is a bit of a bummer that the whole thing is on top of a sort of mall, with souvenirs shops and restaurans etc. Tip: top up your Octopus, gets you a small discount if you arrive by Peak tram.
  • Amazing view over Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Absolutely worth a visit and a must if you want to take some great pictures.