Hong Kong Trip Part 6: Victoria Peak and Night Walk around Central (中環)

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I traveled to Hong Kong for five days and four nights in the end of November for the first time in five years. While there is a lot of scenery which has been unchanged, I find out something new whenever I visit Hong Kong. In this article, I will write about Victoria Peak and night walk around Central (中環) as part of Day 2.

[Visit Places (series of articles)]
* Day 1: Going to Hong Kong
* Day 1: Tsim Sha Tsui
* Day 1: Tsim Sha Tsui (Light-up)
* Day 2: HKU and Kennedy Town
* Day 2: Sheung Wan and Central
* Day 2: Peak Tower and Central (Light-up) [This article]
* Day 3: Ocean Park
* Day 3: Montane Mansion, North Point and Causeway Bay
* Day 3: Causeway Bay and Wan Chai (Light-up)
* Day 4: Wong Tai Sin Temple, Nan Lian Garden and Tian Tan Buddha (Lantau Island)
* Day 4: Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Jordan
* Day 4: Sky 100 and Tsim Sha Tsui (Light-up)
* Day 5: Return Home

[Travel Date]

[Main Part]

Victoria Peak

Following the previous post, I moved to Victoria Peak from Central, though the weather was not so good.

There are several options to go to Victoria Peak, including Peak Tram (Cable Car), and I used a mini bus that departed from the underground of Four Seasons Hotel (directly connected to IFC Mall).Hong Kong Victoria Peak mini bus

To begin with, I walked around Peak Galleria, a shopping mall.Hong Kong Peak Galleria

This is the building of Peak Tower.""

I passed through Peak Tower for the time being and moved further to Lions Pavilion.""

Lions Pavilion was an observation deck built in 1976. Though the observation deck of Lions Pavilion is a little bit lower than that of Peak Tower, but Lions Pavilion is available for free.Hong Kong Victoria Peak Lions Pavilion1

Here is a view from Lions Pavilion, though it was cloudy.Hong Kong Victoria Peak Lions Pavilion2

Then, I entered into Peak Tower. Peak Tower is a commercial facility that had shops and restaurants as well as a paid observation deck.

One of the shops is “Madame Tussauds Hong Kong”.Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

I will have a dinner at Peak Tower. I dropped by “Hong Kong Day (香港地)”.香港 ピーク・タワー Hong Kong Day(香港地)1

I ordered French toast and milk tea, which seemed to be a signature menu in this restaurant.香港 ピーク・タワー Hong Kong Day(香港地)2

After dinner, I moved to the observation deck, “Sky Terrace 428”.Hong Kong Peak Tower1

I reached the observation deck.Hong Kong Peak Tower Sly terrace1

Just after sunset.Hong Kong Peak Tower evening view

I planned to stay here to watch night view, but it was foggy and started to rain, so I decided to go away.

Going down.Hong Kong Peak Tower2

Snap photos around Peak Tower.Hong Kong Peak Tower3

Hong Kong Peak Tower4

Lastly, I visited Lions Pavilion again to take a photo and left Victoria Peak.Hong Kong Victoria Peak Night view

Night Walk around Central (中環)

I returned to Central.Hong Kong Central Night view1

I took photos with trams around a building where Armani was located.Hong Kong Central Night view2

Hong Kong tram Night view

I moved north.""

I visited IFC Mall again.Hong Kong IFC mall Night view1

Hong Kong IFC mall Night view2

Apple store.Hong Kong apple store

It was 8 p.m. and I watched “Symphony of Lights” around here.Hong Kong island Night view

There was “The Hong Kong Observation Wheel (香港摩天輪)”, but it seemed to be suspended.Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Back to Tsim Sha Tsui by Start Ferry

Now I will go back to Tsim Sha Tsui where I am staying. I chose to use Star Ferry instead of MTR.

In the ferry.""

The ferry departed from the pier.Hong Kong star ferry Night view1

View of skyscrapers from the ferry. Hong Kong star ferry Night view2

I arrived at Tsim Sha Tsui.Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui Night view

I took snaps photos such as “Shanghai Tang” near the hotel and the second day of my Hong Kong trip was over.Hong Kong Shanghai Tang


That’s it for the article about Victoria Peak and night walk around Central (中環) as part of Day 2 of my Hong Kong trip.

I have been to Victoria Peak several times before and the condition was not good this time. Just like Mount Hakodate last year (see the related post), I had little luck when I tried to watch scenery from mountains 🙁 However, I found night view from Star Ferry was beautiful, so I recommend it 🙂

In the next article, I will write about Ocean Park as part of Day 3.


1 Mini Bus station to Victoria Peak
2 Peak Galleria
3 Peak Tower
4 Lions Pavilion
5 Armani
7 Star Ferry Terminal (Central)
8 Star Ferry Terminal (Tsim Sha Tsui)
9 Shanghai Tang

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The Peak Galleria
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  1. いつも拝見させて頂いてます。素敵な写真ばかりですね。

    1. kakkiさんへ、弊ブログを定期的にごらんいただき、また今回コメントをいただきありがとうございます。盧吉道については初めて知り、チラッと調べてみましたが、こちらも良さげですね。次回行く機会があればトライしたいと思います。引き続きよろしくお願いします!

  2. ビクトリアピークからIFCモールへのベストな行き方などありますか?今回初めての香港旅行なので詳しい情報が知りたいです。また所要時間はどれくらいですか?サイトによってバラバラなので正確な時間が知りたいです。

    1. 匿名さん、コメントありがとうございます。あくまで自分の場合ですが、行きは記事にある通りミニバスを、帰りは記事では特段触れていませんがタクシーを使いました。帰りもミニバスにしなかったのは、ビクトリアピークのバス停で行列ができていて、時間がもったいないのでタクシーにしました。「ベストな行き方」はその人の優先順位によると思いますが、時間を優先するのであればタクシーで、コストを優先するのであればミニバスがいいかと思います。なにぶん1年半前の話なので記憶が曖昧ですが、所要時間はタクシーだと20-25分くらい、ミニバスだとプラス10分くらいかかるかと思います。

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