Hong Kong Victoria Peak Tower

Fabulous 360 degree viewing platform at Sky Terrace

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Tower

The Hong Kong Victoria Peak Tower is the wok-shaped modern structure with the shopping arcades, restaurants and viewing platform at the summit of the Peak.

This is where the Peak Tram will bring you and where the Terminus station is.

At the Peak Tower you will find:

When you first arrive, if coming with the Peak Tram, you will enter the Peak Tower via the Peak Market, which is a gauntlet full of souvenir shops, and getting past it might prove to be a challenge, so be warned...

Souvenir Shopping at Peak Market

Then you come into the heart of Hong Kong's Peak Tower, the shops, restaurants and entertainment venues spread accross the different floors and the wall to wall windows give you a peek into what's to come...

Inside Victoria Peak Tower
...A series of escalators that connect all levels of the tower will bring you to the top until you reach the Viewing Platform at Sky Terrace.

Inside Victoria Peak Tower - Escalators

Victoria Peak Sky Terrace

The Sky Terrace 428 in the top level of the Peak Tower, is the 360 open-air viewing platform where you can enjoy dazzling panoramic vistas of the harbour, the new territories and as far as the surrounding islands (on a clear day).

At 428 meters above sea level, this is Hong Kong's highest viewing terrace and the sight is just fabulous, one of Hong Kong's "must see's".

Views from Hong Kong Victoria Peak Sky Terrace

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Views of Hong Kong Harbour from the Victoria Peak Sky Terrace

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
The Kowloon Skyline, Union Square and the New Territories beyond

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Central District Skyscrapers and Residential Buildings

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Bank of China Building and Hong Kong Convention Centre

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Views of Hong Kong Harbour from the Victoria Peak Sky Terrace

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
The ICC Tower, the tallest building in Hong Kong on the opposite side

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
The HSBC building in the centre

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Views from the Reservoir and the Outlying Islands beyond

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
Great Views from Hong Kong Victoria Peak Sky Terrace

Hong Kong Victoria Peak Views from Sky Terrace
View of the Peak Galleria from the Sky Terrace

Entrance to the Peak Tower is free, but there is a charge for the Sky Terrace, and you can also use the Octopus card for the entrance fee.

Hong Kong Victoria Peak
Sky Terrace Tickets

ClassSkyTerracePlus Tram SinglePlus Tram Return
Adult HK52 HK84 HK99
Child (3-11) HK26 HK38 HK47
Senior (+65) HK26 HK38 HK47

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Is it worth it or can you have the same views from the other free viewing areas?

Victoria Peak Sky Terrace Ticket

The views from the Peak Galleria are very similar, except that from a lower terrace, you can take a look at some pictures taken from the Peak Galleria Viewing Terrace and compare.

Personally, we really liked the Sky Terrace and thought it was worth it. The extra fee is reasonable, (it's less than US$7). The kids really enjoyed playing with the telescopes also.

If it was rainy/cloudy/overcast/polluted as it often can be, I would think twice, since the visibility might not be as good, but on a clear day, might as well go all the way!

Do let us know what you think, you can share your opinion below in the comment section so other visitors can also profit from your views.

Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Also in the Peak Tower is the Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum. It is quite small but great for a laugh and a little fun, specially if it is scorching hot outside, it's a nice break in the aircon.

This Madame Tussauds is like the European/American counterparts with an Asian twist, you see Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, of course, next to the likes of the Royal Family, the Beatles, Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, you name it.

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong Bruce Lee

There are props here and there, hair pieces, dresses and accessories for you to try on and take some fun pictures with your idols.

Madame Tussaud's Tickets

ClassPrice
Adult HK 270
Child HK 220
Senior HK 220

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Souvenir Shopping at Hong Kong Victoria Peak: the Peak Market

Victoria Peak Market

Peak Market is the orderly air conditioned version of the Ladies Market or Temple Street Market. Here you can find all kinds of knick knacks and souvenirs, from t-shirts, silk embroideries, cheap magnets to fancy carvings, vases and cloissone.

Peak Market Souvenir Shopping

If bargaining or sorting through piles of stuff to find what you need is not your cup of tea, then Peak Market is the place. All prices are clearly indicated, merchandise is neatly placed and all sizes and styles clearly marked.

Prices might be slightly higher than at the markets, but the merchandise is still very reasonably priced. We even found several knick knacks that we didn't see anywhere else, and had to come back and get them.

We hope you enjoy your time at the Peak, come back and tell us about it!

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