A favourite attraction among visitors and locals alike, Victoria Peak offers breathtaking view of the one of the world’s most beautiful harbour. Vistas stretch from Kowloon in the north and Aberdeen and the South China Sea in the south. Like a stylized bowl on a Chinese gateway. The new Peak Tower is a one- stop entertainment spot with features a viewing terrace, shopping, dining and theme attraction.
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The view is really pretty at night and safe for all ages. It can be very romantic sitting in a restaurant or bar, and watching the whole of Hong Kong carry on with their life!
Dress Code: No special dress requirements, maybe something warm, as it can get quite cold up there...but not very!! So maybe 3/4 length trousers instead of shorts!!
Hongkong by night - especially from Victoria Peak is breathtaking! Victoria Peak is 554 meters high and the highest point of Hong Kong Island. The Peak Tower and the Peak Galleria at the tram station have large viewing terraces.
Another option would be to go down to the Star Ferry on the Kowloon side and just enjoy the view of the Hongkong skyline from there. It is a fabulous sight!!!
At night, Victoria Harbour looks even more spectacular than in day time, for the lights illuminate the sky & the waters. Up there, you will be able to bask in the glowing aura of the lights below.
Dress Code: Remember to bring mosquito repellent!
Victoria Peak offers one of the prettiest views of Hong Kong and Kowloon, and is especially stunning at night. Once at the peak, you can visit Ripley's Believe It or Not, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, or have a romantic dinner at Cafe Deco.
Dress Code: Bring a jacket during the winter. It can get pretty cold and windy up there!
Take the peak tram ride from Central (Garden Road) to the peak. The tram ride is an attraction in its own right. I like to take it in the evening and be at the peak to catch sundown and see the lights of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon come on. It's quite a magical sight.
Dinner at the peak is good and surprisingly reasonably priced. There are many restaurants and cafes including Marche, Grappa and Pacific Coast. I had dinner at the nicest restaurant there with arguably the best view of HK. It's the Cafe Deco. It isn't really a cafe, but rather a big restaurant-bar with a amazingly wide selection of cuisines.
While at the Peak Tower, do a spot of shopping. You'll see more or less the same kind of shops (G2000, Hush Puppies) at main streets like Causeway Bay and Tsimshatsui, but minus the crazy crowds. In fact the small mall was pretty desolated when I was there, and I was able to shop at leisure. Received great service from a very enthusiastic salesgirl.
Dress Code: Dress up for dinner to enjoy the special moment. Smart casuals during the day is fine.
There is no lack of bars in Hong Kong, in fact it has one of the best night life scenes anywhere in Asia. Something for everybody's taste and wallet. I reccomend you to,
Victoria Peak and Straberrys. Is supposed to be the late spot taking over from the Big Apple, I guess!, here everybody from everywhere in Hong Kong would converge for late night dancing. Great place.
Dress Code: Wear those comfortable jeans and a bit sexy top!
A friend once took me on a drive to the top of the Peak, on Hong Kong island. I was there once & thought there were nothing special. However, that 2nd trip was in the evening. As the car went further up, I began to notice the SPECTACULAR view!! Lights.. thousands of them, from buildings... hundreds of them! The sight was AMAZING! What you see on postcards are NOTHING compared to seeing the view with your own eyes!!
Attractions include a hi-tech virtual-reality ride, the Peak Explorer, as well as a showcase of weird and wonderful artefacts at the Ripley's Believe It Or Not!
There are several mouth-watering options on the Peak, including Cafe Deco Bar & Grill and Movenpick Marche Restaurant. All impress hungry visitors with their international menus and outstanding views
Dress Code: Please dont forget to take your cameras and wear a coats or jackets if you arrived there in night...
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