How do I get to Victoria Garden?
You can get to Victoria Peak Gardens by walking or hiking up Mount Austin Road, catching the 15B bus, jumping in a public taxi or by getting the Peak Tram, the steepest funicular railway in the world which is over 100 years old and a great experience in its own right.
How long is the Victoria Peak hike?
Victoria Peak Tram and Walk is a 5.5 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Mid Levels East, Central and Western, Hong Kong that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.
What can we do in Victoria Peak?
Attractions and their Opening Hours
- A ride on the Peak Tram. Try out the Peak tram!
- Enjoy the Victoria Harbor View. Go to the Viewing Terrace of the Peak Tower to enjoy a full view of the harbour.
- A nice walk on the Peak.
- Madame Tussauds wax models museum.
- Making wax models.
- Lunch / tea or dinner on the Peak.
How do you walk to Victoria Peak?
The quick way to the Peak is by taking the stairs at the intersection. Follow that path and Victoria Peak will be waiting for you at the end. Alternatively, you can get to the starting point of Lung Fu Shan Morning Trail via HKU. From HKU Station (Exit A2), walk through the university.
How do you climb Victoria Peak?
Best Way to Get to Victoria Peak Enter the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary (CBWS) at its official park entrance in Stann Creek District. From there, you need to hike approximately 28 kilometers (17 miles), most of it uphill through dense terrain in order to reach the peak.
What is good about the Peak?
Nature Walks The Peak offers you one of Hong Kong’s stunning countryside. This walk circles the Peak for excellent viewing of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Victoria Harbour and the outlying islands. Once you exit The Peak Tower, keep right until you get to Lugard Road.
Is there an entrance fee in Victoria Peak?
Victoria Peak is a district of Hong Kong Island and itself is a public place you can go without paying any fees. Tickets are also required for the famous Peak Tram, and fees apply if you are taking the alternatives like a bus or a taxi.
Where does the Victoria Peak hike start?
Start your hike from anywhere in Central and walk towards Old Peak Road, which will take you directly to the beginning of the Victoria Peak hiking trail (on Lugard Road). The walk starts off with a slight incline but it gets much steeper as soon as you approach Old Peak Road.