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Hong Kong's number one tourist destination features the Peak Tower and the Peak Tram, the city's oldest mode of public transport.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
No.1 Lugard Road, Hong Kong, China
(852) 2522 0922
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Must visit place everytime i visit HK. well, this visit was special as it was my bday trip. Other than the crowd of PRCs, everything was good. The view was as scenic as before. But the queue to take a bus back to city was...More

Thank hx_lim
Reviewed yesterday

This may be the most touristy thing to do in Hong Kong but it's still so worth it. Try go on a clear day or when there's a breeze for the best views.

Thank OliviaK214
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the best view of Hong Kong between nature and urban jungle for the iconic picture souvenir. Don’t forget to walk down as well to get a breathtaking view all over Hong Kong island.

Thank Will L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A melting pot of cultural diversity! A trip to Hong Kong would not be complete without a trip to view the island from a birds eye view! Definitely a must do!

Thank Donna C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ok to do but queues are bad and if you don’t book you can queue for 2-3 hours. A tip is to buy tickets for Madam tausads as well then you jump a bit of the queues. Come down by bus as well as this...More

Thank Andythechef
Reviewed yesterday

This is one of the prime spots to visit in Hong Kong, but depending on the experience you seek and your patience then get your timing right. If you want up and down on the furnicular railway with the least hassle then set off early...More

Thank Grumpybrother
Reviewed yesterday

The Peak offers a fantastic view of Victoria Harbour and the city in general. However, the area surrounding the tram station is swamped with tourists. Instead of staying in the overcrowded Peak Tower, visitors can walk along Harlech/Lugard roads and enjoy a (relatively) unspoiled panorama.

Thank Leon L
Reviewed 2 days ago

A lovely day out of the hustle and bustle of HK. We visited Hong Kong Park first and then queued an hour for the tram. The tram was a great experience but definitely not the only way or cheapest way to the top - No...More

Thank John V
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Excellent place for a HK harbor view. We reached the tram entrance but had to take the taxi up due to the crowds. There are good food and drinks options. Spent an hour and half and came down in the tram. Best spot for a...More

Thank Ashish B
Reviewed 2 days ago

We've really wanted to visit here since our first trip to Hong Kong. Our second time around in Hong Kong and we finally had time to visit. Before visiting we decided to do a bit of reading and discovered that The Peak tram isn't that...More

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Johnny L
9 August 2018|
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Response from Mohamed I | Reviewed this property |
Hi Johnny, most of the stations that we used has a wheelchair facilities. Just make sure you follow the gates that provide wheelchair access I.e lifts
Benny S
1 August 2018|
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Response from criscrossin | Reviewed this property |
I believe that there is no need to book any tour. But no harm to book also. I have been there 4 times and very easily anybody can take the tube or metro and see the places by yourself.
8 May 2018|
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Response from criscrossin | Reviewed this property |
Taxi will be easier. Bus also goes there but I haven't personally taken it. My personal favourite is the funicular/tram but the queue for the ticket is murderous.