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The Peak Tower
The ride from Central to The Peak only takes 8 minutes and is approximately 1,365 metres long. The Peak Tower is also 396 meters above sea level.

The Peak Tower viewing deck
The Peak Tower's viewing deck (right) is located at the top level of the elevators. Apart from the view, The Peak Tower also has a "Ripley's Believer It or Not" Odditorium and a "Madame Tussaud's Waxworks Museum" where you can meet celebrities such as Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and more!

The Peak Galleria Shopping Centre opposite of The Peak Tower also has a viewing deck, where you can view Victoria Harbour as well as the Southern Districts of Hong Kong Island.

Lions Pavilion Lookout
If the views from The Peak Tower and The Peak Galleria Shopping Centre are not enough for you, take a short walk to Lions Pavilion Lookout which is only few minutes away from the right of the Peak Galleria Shopping Centre's main entrance.

The Peak Trail
Hong Kong has many hiking tracks, and The Peak Trail (off Lugard Road and Harlech Road) at The Peak only takes about an hour to complete. This track is well paved and has many trees planted. It also offers stunning views of the Southern, Western and Central Districts! The trail is circular so you can enter from either side of the roads.

Hong Kong Travel Info:
Website: The Peak Trail (Have a look at The Native Tree Walk)


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