Hong Kong – 4 Places with the Best Views of Victoria Harbour

A trip to Hong Kong will never complete without a visit to Victoria Harbour, where the world’s most iconic and stunning panoramic view of Hong Kong skyline is located and attracting millions of visitors each year. Here’s the list of places you can visit to get the best view of the city.

1. Victoria’s Peak (Sky Terrace @ The Peak)

The Peak Tower @ Victoria's Peak

Be it day or night, this spot has never fail to amaze first time and returning visitors. Perched atop The Peak on Victoria’s Peak, visitors can get a closer feel of the metropolitan city. Fee: HK$30 (adult) Check out my review on this place.
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2. Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront (between Avenue of Stars and Hong Kong Cultural Centre)

Symphony of Lights

No trip is complete without a visit to Tsim Sha Tsui where one can stroll along the waterfront for its fabulous night view of Hong Kong Island. Be there at 8pm daily for Symphony of Lights show too. Fee: Free. Check out my review on this place.

3. West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade

Victoria Harbour @ West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade
Photo by: AMCOW

This place is less touristy than the former two, but the views are still worth the visit. Situated at the tip of West Kowloon, it overlooks the ever busy Victoria Harbour and it’s actually a pretty good place to capture sunset as well. This public park is beautifully landscaped as well, so generally if you are a budding photographer, this place is suitable for you. Fee: Free
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4. Sky100

Kowloon and Hong Kong Island
Photo by: kfcatles

Sky100 is Hong Kong’s latest attraction featuring the world’s tallest hotel and HK’s highest observation deck on 100th floor of the ICC building located in West Kowloon. It offers unrivaled 360° view of Hong Kong Island and full view of Kowloon peninsula. Fee: HK$150 (walk-in adult)
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