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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Chee Kei @ Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Dec 9, 10 at 11:03 am

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It was still early for the Symphony of Lights show so we decided to have our dinner early. We were at Tsim Sha Tsui coming down from Star Ferry pier so I decided to stick to my original plan.

Thanks to the review of Chee Kei which I read from here, it wasn’t hard to add this shop to my ever growing food list.

Chee Kei is located at Lock Road, the very same street where I had my dinner two years ago. (Read: Macau Restaurant) It wasn’t hard to find Chee Kei as it is just located right opposite Macau Restaurant.
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Star Ferry @ Central, Hong Kong

Dec 6, 10 at 4:24 pm

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Since we were on the island side, right after we were done with dried seafood shopping at Dex Voeux Road in Sheung Wan, we took “ding ding” tram back to Pedder Street and took bus to Central Star Ferry Pier (or take a 15 minute walk to the pier).

Star Ferry’s history is dated back to 122 years ago where it first established its first boat service to ferry passengers across the harbour. (read: Star Ferry)

Star Ferry
IFC Tower, HK’s tallest building as seen from Star Ferry Pier in Central.
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