Walk out of the Central Metro Station, there are signs along the way, just follow the signs. Serious super, when you go up the hill, there are two hours in line. Then there are still many people on the top of the hill. They can not squeeze in front of you to take pictures. After a look, they are ready to go down the hill. After having a meal on the hill, they get down again for nearly an hour by cable car. The two-way ticket for cable car is HKD90 per person. It can only be advanced and can not be swiped. If you buy a ticket for Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, you can go up the mountain first.
The view from Victoria Peak is like a page out of Heaven. I literally felt like I was on top of the world. The staff, from the photographers to the restaurant employees were friendly and professional. There was a wide range of restaurant choices and plenty of shopping experiences. This was an affair to remember.
Trekking up the Victoria Peak with a 23 months old baby is as good as having a 15KG packet of rice from the bottom up the top of the peak. Its a learning journey that one ought to do once in a lifetime. i believe my boy is the youngest trekker up the season in 2019 on HOng Kong Victoria Peak
The best view of Hong Kong. It is better to come an hour before sunset. Then you will have time to take day and night photos. You can climb Victoria Peak by foot(but it's a long walk) or by tram. The cost of the tram is 50HKD + 50HKD for the observation deck. You can not go up to the observation deck, because there are also many points around for photographing. Be careful, because the ticket office will not tell you this, but will tell you the final price. I asked how much a tram ticket costs and was told the price of 100HKD. Only later I find out that I was also sold a ticket to the observation deck. Of course, it is more convenient to take photos from the site. I spent about 2 hours on Victoria Peak. There is also a shopping center where you can eat on a budget. McDonald's offers spectacular views of the sea.
This is a place of a dreamer, I remember when we go there that Im worriying about the money. But its worth it !! the place is very unique and safe. You have two way to go up. One is a bus and the second is mono trail. Most of the restaurants is good and affordable.
There was a long line to buy tickets for the Victoria Peak tram, so be prepared to queue for about 20 minutes in Hong Kong’s sweltering heat. The tram ride is definitely worth the wait if you don’t mind big crowds and people standing very close to you as you approach the door of the tram. If you’re a more adventurous type I suggest hiking to the top. The view of Hong Kong is simply breathtaking!
it's very good place to visit there
Hong Kong's group buying is basically to print out, save trouble on the direct window to buy tickets. Today, Thursday at 12 o'clock, the working day is like a holiday. There are many people. When the cable car climbs the slope, it feels very suspenseful. When it comes down, it does not know why it suddenly stops and hangs in the air for a few minutes. At that time, it was very distracted, because it was sitting in the opposite direction with a straight heart. Hair, whether on or off the top of the hill, has to wait a long time. There are many shops on the top of the hill, and there are lots of food. The scenery is very good. The places you must visit in Hong Kong and the food you eat are very good. In a word, it's worth trying!