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Peak Tram Fast-Track Combo

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 3-4 Hrs Duration

$9

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Choose your choice of combo package for four of the Peak's favorite attractions: The Peak Tram, Sky ...

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Peak Tram Sky Pass

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 1-2 Hrs Duration

$8

Visit the Peak and Sky Terrace 428 viewing deck aboard Hong Kong's famous cliff railway, the Peak Tr...

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Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise and Dinner at Victoria Peak

  302 Reviews

   5 hours

$135

Enjoy sweeping city views over a lovely meal at Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, followed by a cruise...

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Dining at the Peak

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 1.5 Hrs Duration

$9

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Chow down on a Forrest Gump-themed American seafood meal at the world-renowned Bubba Gump Restaurant...

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Skip The Line: Victoria Peak Tram Ticket

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 1 hour

$46

Along with this Victoria Peak Tram trip you can choose from some added attractions. The Peak Tram an...

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Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour with Victoria Peak

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   5 hour

$38

Explore the dynamic sites of Hong Kong Island on a 5-hour tour by air-conditioned coach. Ride the tr...

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Sweet Dynasty at Victoria Peak Set

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$12

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Famed for its homemade congee and dim sum, Sweet Dynasty is one of the best places in Hong Kong to t...

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Ultimate Adventure Night Hiking Tour: Impression Of Lantau Peak Sunrise

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   8 hours

$104

See the sunrise from Lantau Peak — the second highest peak in the Hong Kong terri...

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Lantau Peak Sunrise Climb

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   6 hours

$156

No matter whether you’re arriving in HK for the first time or returning home, the majesty of th...

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Lantau Peak Sunrise Climb

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 7 Hrs Duration

$78

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Take in the incredible sunrise from the gorgeous Lantau Peak and discover Hong Kong hiker's paradise...

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Hong Kong Island: Morning Tour with Peak Tram Fast Track

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   5 hour

$41

Discover Hong Kong Island in comfort and be shown the highlights of the dynamic city. Join an experi...

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Peak Tram Sky Pass: Tram Ticket, Hong Kong Sky Tour and Sky Terrace 428 Entry

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 Flexible

$12

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Hong Kong: Bubba Gump Restaurant Dining at the Peak

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 90 minute

$12

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E-Ticket Combo:HK to Macau ferry, Peak Tram, Madam Tussauds Museum & Sky Terrace

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 2 days

$46

This value saving combo sightseeing package is designed for visitors who want to explore the most p...

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E-ticket Combo: Airport Express, Peak Tram, Madam Tussauds Museum & Sky Terrace

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   8 hours

$18

This 4-in-1 Combo includes round trip Peak Tram express entry E-ticket to skip the line, Madame...

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H2A The Peak to Pok Fu Lam Reservoir

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$10

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Hong Kong Small-Group Hiking Tour: Life of Local Communities Beneath the Kowloon Peak

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    9 hours

$65

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Join us on this small group hiking tour of Hong Kong, you will explore nature, culture and food all ...

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Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour

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   5 hours

$40

...aintenance from 5-9 June 2017. You will be arranged to take coach transfer to/from the Peak during this period of time.

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The Peak, Hong-Kong

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).

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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Aberdeen Country Park

Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre

Offers visual arts studios for artists as well as exhibition halls

Hong Kong Police Museum

There are five galleries, Orientation describing the history of the force, Triad Societies and Narcotics describing the history of Triad Societies and narcotic problems, Police Then & Now describing the transformation of Hong Kong Police Force over the years, Current Exhibition exhibiting changing themes, and Heroin Factory exhibiting a heroin production site

Madame Tussauds HK

The usual Tussauds waxworks with characters that appeal to Chinese interests

Hong Kong Park

A great place to relax in Central

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

A small, free zoo with reptiles, primates, a jaguar, and rare and endangered birds and plants

Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

Statue Square

Public square from the 19th century, originally with a number of royal statues, but now only with one statue of banker Sir Thomas Jackson

Charter Gardens

Adjacent to the Legislative Council Building, this is the place where disgruntled Hongkongers come to protest

Hong Kong Planning and Infrastructure Exhibition Gallery

The Hong Kong Planning and Infrastructure Exhibition Gallery, located on ground floor of the City Hall Annex, was set up in 2002 as a temporary exhibition gallery, pending the establishment of a full-fledged permanent exhibition gallery which will occupy the entire City Hall Annex Building