Peak TowerCurrently Closed
- Address: 128 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Entertainment, Performance, Concert, Family And Kids, Tower, Observation Deck
Peak Tower - Review
Located at the top of The Peak is the wok-shaped Peak Tower, a unique building that's fun to look at and is probably one of the most photographed sites in Hong Kong. The Tower, which has just recently been revitalized, is home to a rooftop observation area where visitors can grab a panoramic view of most of Hong Kong and beyond. The Peak Tower is adjoined by a second leisure and shopping centre.
Peak Activities: A steady stream of special events, including concerts, dance performances, and theatrical productions, are scheduled to take place year-round, adding to the festive ambience of the Tower.
Peak Tower Information
- Other preferred time would be in the morning .
- The Peak Tower now has eight floors with viewing terrace.
- All age group can enjoy.
- This place is a well-connected with local transport.
How To reach Peak Tower by Public Transport
- Admiralty MTR Station
Restaurants Near Peak Tower
- Burger King : Fast-food
- Nobu : Sushi
- Mak’s Noodles : Chinese food
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Things to Know Before Visiting Peak Tower
22.33% of people who visit Hong Kong include Peak Tower in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
37.5% of people start their Peak Tower visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Peak Tower
62.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Peak Tower
Peak Tower Trips
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Peak Tower, Hong Kong Reviews
Peak Tower is a modern mall integrated with the Peak Tram terminal. There are restaurants and souvenir shops. It is a convenience place to buy souvenir. On the top, there is a viewing gallery called Sky Terrace at which you can have the spectacular view of Victoria Harbour. You need to pay for the entrance ticket. It always queue up especially during the night time when the scenery night view of Victoria Harbour can been seen. No tripod is allowed in the Sky Terrace.
Amazing view and definitely worth the visit. We went on a day that was relatively hazy, but you could still see for miles in any direction. Going up to the observation deck of the local skyrises offers you a good view of the city, but at the Peak you are a hundred meters above the observation decks. Would also recommend getting access to the terrace.
Peak tower itself is just a shopping center where you get off the team, but you can eat or by souvenirs in there with incredible views over the city skyline. The main attraction is the top floor viewing deck however that allows elevated unobstructed 360 panoramic views of the city and is a must. It is not as high as the Victoria peak itself that is another 20 minutes walk from where the tram drops you off, but is far more convenient with escalators to the top.
Awesome spot to see the famous overview of the city. It gets crowded so make sure you get at a nice spot specially at the sunset. The entire place has a good infrastructure with a little mall, some nice restaurants and you can sure spend some quality time around here. The night view is spectacular, but my favourite was surely during the sunset. (I spent almost 2 hours at the open area) Be prepared for long queue either way.
This is a nice, mall-like structure, but it doesn't necessarily have better views than anywhere else around it. You can go out of the building/tram terminal and turn left to reach a nice pagoda with views that are just as good. In other words, I would not say spending money on the Tower is worth it. It's not a waste of money, but it's not exactly a singular experience.