๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Planning to visit Victoria Peak? Check out our information below!


For one of Hong Kong’s best and most beautiful views, you should definitely head to Victoria Peak. At over 550 metres high, Victoria Peak is Hong Kong Island’s highest point. Rumour has it that 200 hundred years ago, a notorious pirate Cheung Po Tsai lived in Victoria Peak. The now-famous Peak was his lookout where he could signal his men when a ship entered the port.

To get to Victoria Peak, it is best to take the Peak tram, which will take you to the viewing platform. The tram is an attraction in itself. Since 1888, the little train has been going up steeply in a few minutes. From the viewing platform, you have spectacular views of Hong Kong Island’s endless rows of skyscrapers and green hills.

If you are a real adventurer, then the Lung Fu Shan Morning Trail is highly recommended. The trail requires you to climb up via a never-ending path, but trust us, it’s not easy!

Opening hours:

To reach Victoria Peak, it is best to catch the Peak Tram. The Peak Tram runs every day of the year from 07:00 AM to midnight. The Peak Tram terminus opens as early as 08:00 AM every day and closes at 12:00 PM. The Peak Galleria is open from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Photographer: Chapman Chow by Unsplash

Tips and Tricks!

Here are some tips you should know before visiting Victoria Peak!

  • To avoid the crowds, you would do well to visit The Peak in the morning.
  • Both during the day, during sunset and at night, it is worth visiting this point.
Photographer: Robson Hatsukami Morgan by Unsplash

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