The Peak 3.0 rating

  Landmarks

Take the Peak Tram, a train line going to one of the highest points on Hong Kong island for a great view of the natural landscape in stark contrast with the city (if it is not too cloudy or polluted). The tram also makes a few stops, so it is possible to go half-way and hike the winding roads on the sloping geography. Victoria Peak was once the place the rich were carried in their sedan chairs to escape the summer heat. Since 1888 the Peak Tram has been carrying passengers. At the upper tram terminus is The Peak Tower and the Peak Galleria, both full of souvenir shops and overpriced restaurants with spectacular views. There are also some viewing galleries. For the best views and to get away from the crowds, there is a circluar walk along Tregunter Road and Harlech Road. From Lugard Road there are views of the skyscrapers of Central and Victoria Harbour, from Harlech road, the views are of Lamma and other Outlying Islands. This takes around an hour. From Harlech Rd, you can hike into the Lung Fu Shan Country Park and explore the relicts of the last war.

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The Peak and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Man Mo Temple

Man Mo Temple(2.5 km)
Man Mo Temple is Hong Kong Island's oldest temple, built by influential Chinese leaders in 1847 during the Qing dynasty.

Central-Mid-Levels Escalator

Central-Mid-Levels Escalator(2.3 km)
At 800 m long, this is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world.

Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong City Hall(2.2 km)
Concert hall, theatre, and exhibition space.

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre(2.5 km)
One of Hong Kong's most outstanding buildings.

Golden Bauhinia Square

Golden Bauhinia Square(2.8 km)
The site of the handover ceremony in 1997.

Central Plaza

Central Plaza(2.4 km)
Can be seen from most of Wan Chai.

Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre

Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre(1.6 km)
Offers visual arts studios for artists as well as exhibition halls.

Madame Tussauds HK

Madame Tussauds HK(1.3 km)
The usual Tussauds waxworks with characters that appeal to Chinese interests.

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