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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. Take a look at our Hong Kong trip planner to schedule your visit to Peak Tower and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Shopping center located on Victoria Peak. It offers gastronomic and leisure, but its main attraction is the Peak Tram, which is accessed to the even greater claim Sky Terrace, with the impressive SkyLine of Hong Kong. The building itself is an icon of Hong Kong Island by its form.
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  • It is good to peak in the cafes and fast-food outlets, to take a break. The top floor is an open-air observation deck, you can enjoy the views.
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  • Here you have one of the best views of hong kong... arrive through the peak tram... easy access and economic
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  • If you live trams or long walks this is for you. Great view of Hong Kong city from the top with the option of taking the tram all the way up and go back down. YOUR TRAM TICKET PURCHASED FROM THE BASE (ALSO ONE WAY) ALREADY INCLUDES THE PAID VISIT FROM THE TOP LEVEL ENTRANCE. The 360deg view from the top floor is pretty amazing but plenty of free similar views from different levels and surroundings. I would recommend a walk back if your knees are up to the speed since the slope is pretty steep. Quite a nice walk however make sure you have Google maps or some other GPS solution handy as the walk can be very quite and plenty of options to take on the way down which might end up with you getting lost.
  • A very nice and quiet place! You have to take tram to get there but once in the top the view is marvelous. One of the best places in Hong Kong. It's actually the highest spot to have a nice view of the whole city. Inside the peak tower you can find different types of restaurants and cheap souvenirs shops. It takes about 10 minutes in tram to get from the base to the top. This is a must visit spot if you are in Hong Kong. Totally recommended!!!!!
  • Not so much to do in the tower itself (mainly expensive tourist restaurants but they do offer a great view). If you want to save a few dollars you can skip the tram and take a normal city bus up there, however, the tram ride is a very cool experience and it's a touristy thing to do. The view from the sky terrace is amazing. Victoria garden is a bit of a walk but worth it.
  • We walked up here along the old peak road which was fantastic with lots of nice view points but very steep so be prepared! There's a view point round the corner (Lugar Road Viewpoint) which is great for photos of the skyline and a nice stroll round to it. The actual peak tower is packed with tourists of course but it's nice to go up and get a view.
  • Beautiful views, great places to eat and shop a little as well. Gets very crowded on weekends or if there's a any event or show so check before you go! Tram ride up is fun but be prepared to stand in love for tickets especially if the weather is nice out
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