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

Jun 14, 11 at 11:48 pm

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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Tsui Wah Restaurant @ The Peak Galleria, Hong Kong

Dec 1, 10 at 12:00 pm

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Tsui Wah Restaurant is akin Kim Gary or Wong Kok in Malaysia, and they have branches all over in HK. We went to the branch located at The Peak, right after our visit to Madame Tussauds.

Besides Tsui Wah, there is also another famous wan tan noodles shop which is just few shoplots away, Mak’s Noodles. Their wan tan noodles are reportedly one of the best in HK. You can also find another branch at Wellington Street, Central.

Anyway, our visit was a planned one as a result of my “intensive” research on food in HK. 😛

To help you to decide, they have a list of Top 10 dishes for you to choose.

Tsui Wah Restaurant
Milk tea as usual. 🙂
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The Peak, Sky Terrace and Madame Tussauds, Hong Kong

Nov 29, 10 at 12:00 pm

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No visit is complete without paying a visit to the awesome Peak Tower, where you can take a nostalgic tram to go up and enjoy the most beautiful view in the world.

After our breakfast at Law Fu Kee, we headed to the nearest tram stop which is just right opposite the shop and took electric tram to Chater Garden at Central. (Read: ‘Ding Ding’ HK Tram Guide) The journey took about 10 minutes and we alighted at the fifth stop. FYI there is no announcement of the place where the tram stops. Plan your journey ahead so that you will roughly know how many stops before you alight. (Read: Route service and information)

Central
Ohai, nice weather yo! At Chater Garden
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