Hong Kong | Sightseeing

If a single image could capture the beauty of Hong Kong, then Victoria Peak would have to be the place. Situated 554 meters above sea level, Victoria Peak is the highest point within Hong Kong and occupies the western part of the island. From its mind blowing panorama view you can see the whole city, from its incredible skyscrapers to its harbour and beyond the mountains in the north. Everything you heard about Hong Kong’s restlessness and energy is completely gone when you stand on top of this extraordinary mountain. All you can hear is the wind and the birds. It is completely silent.. accept maybe for the thousands of tourists that come here but the atmosphere even so is very much peaceful and calm. It is truly and amazing experience and a must while visiting Hong Kong. The best time to visit Victoria Peak is during the afternoon, best if you can capture it during a clear day as you can see the whole city and much more. OR you go here by night and see the city’s gleaming lights. A good tip is also to arrive half-hour before sundown and watch as the city lights come on in their varicoloured brilliance. You can reach the peak via the Peak Tram, the 120-year-old funicular railway that departs from its terminus on Garden Road (nearest MTR: Central).


For more Sightseeing in Hong Kong visit

Avenue of Stars | Ocean Park Hong Kong | Hong Kong Disneyland | Ladies' Market | Temple Street Night Market | Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (and Golden Bauhinia Square) | Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade | Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple | Clock Tower | Victoria Bay