The Peak Tram

01 februari 2011 | China,Hong Kong,Sightseeing

There is no better way to picturesque Victoria Peak, Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attraction, to reach than the equally breathtaking Peak Tram. The Peak Tram was opened in 1888 for exclusive use by the British Governor and the inhabitants of the Peak. Until today, this historic department’s steepest funicular in the world. The trip takes only eight minutes and offers passengers spectacular views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Victoria Harbour that slowly unfolds as the tram climbs.

Peak tram Hong Kong

The Peak Tram is open from 7 am to noon and departs every 15 minutes from the Lower Peak Tram Terminus on Garden Road in Central. Daytime or evening, the ride is just spectacular. You can pay the exact amount or an Octopus Card. For users of the Star Ferry, is an open double-decker shuttle bus to Central Pier 7 connects with Tram Terminus.

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