Victoria Peak Hong Kongis the most interesting place to visit in Hong Kong. It has an altitude of 554 meters. You can see beautiful scenery when the night comes from this place. You will see the sea with the lights twinkling and the colorful lights shine from the city. If you visit this place, you must see the beautiful attractions named “Symphony of Light” that start daily at 8 PM. From the name, this attraction is to make the amazing scenery with the lights from the neon signs and lasers.
|Hong Kong scape from sky tower Victoria Peak|
Getting to Victoria Peak Hong Kong
If you are interested to go there, you can use the one of the three options How to Get to Victoria Peak Hong Kong. First options by using the Peak Tram. This is the best way to go to Victoria Peak Hong Kong because you can see the great view from there. That is located in Garden Road. The second option is by bus 15 that start in Exchange Square bus terminus. The last option is by ride Minibus 1, you can take it in the MTR Hong Kong Station.
|Tilt-shift tram to Victoria Peak|
Victoria Peak Hong Kong Attractions
Victoria Peak Hong Kong has so many unique attractions. First, the Peak Tram. If you go to this place by the Peak Tram, you will admire the view. The Peak Tram has elevation 373 meters above the sea level. Second is Peak Tower. This is the multi floor complex that provides shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. If you visit the Victoria Peak, you must taste the one of four signature restaurants in the Peak Tower. Third is Sky Terrace. Sky Terrace is the highest viewing platform that located in the Peak Tower. This has 360 degree scenery. Victoria Park Hong Kong Opening Hours are: for the Peak Tram at 7:00 AM – midnight, for Peak Tower and Sky Terrace at 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Monday to Friday) and 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM (weekends and holiday).
|Beautiful Night Scenery At Victoria Peak Hongkong|
If you want to go there, do not forget to bring your camera. The beautiful scenery can be the best background for your photo. Take photo in Victoria Park Hong Kong, smile, and say cheese!