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Peak Tower housed couple of attractions. Make sure to book online for the tickets because it is cheaper and hassle free. Avoid weekend because it is so crowded and not really pleasant. There are some gift shops inside if you are looking for HK themed...More
Access to the Sky Terrace is via The Peak Tower, on arrival with the Peak Tram, take the escalator to the top floor, the access to the viewing platform is included in your tram ticket, but is you visit by other means you can buy...More
When you exit the Peak Tram you need to go through the Peak Tower before anything else. Having to go through tacky souvenir stores before exiting the building is a poor first impression.
At the top is a paid for viewing deck, but it's so...More
When you get off the tram theres these stall types shops lots of gifts 9 magnets for 100HKD , tshirsts 6 for 380hkd with free tshirt. theres some great deals if you intend to buy for friends . They give deals they are friendly and...More
This is sky tower in hong kong. You can view the whole hong kong from this place. Place is very beautiful and offer sall the scenic views of the city. It is the must place to visit in hong kong and after this the tram...More
Queues for 2 hours to get the overpacked team to the top of the mountain so we could experience the sunset at the sky terrace 428.
The whole experience was a let down. The terrace was way over crowded. More and more people kept descending...More
One of the must-do's in HK is to take the peak tram and go up to Victoria Peak. The peak tower is a nice little multi-floor shopping center. There many other free-of-charge lookout points at Victoria Peak that provides great views of HK, but from...More
The tower with it’s architecture is picturesque and offers special pictures. Inside the mall it’s very busy and we wouldn’t pay again the entry fee of 52hkd for the platform. Instead we would walk up to the top if the weather is good. If the...More
It's quite nice to go mid morning (dependent on weather) as it can be quite cloudy early morning and you won't get a great view. The queues are not so bad only for the tram getting up there but it was not that long when we... More
It's quite nice to go mid morning (dependent on weather) as it can be quite cloudy early morning and you won't get a great view. The queues are not so bad only for the tram getting up there but it was not that long when we went. Always best to have your tickets beforehand to avoid longer queues.
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4 days 3 night in Hong Kong-Day 1 -Itenery Seek Advise (23 Replies)
Hi, I am doing some initial planning for my family first visit to HK this Nov, we are a group of 7, consisit of 3 adults, 2 teenages age 14 and 16 and 2 kids age 9 and 7. Smooth planning is required for me in order not loose one of them. God bless me. My initial planning : Day 1. Reach HK airport at 1030am, will arrange a 7 seater van to go straight to check in YMCA Salisbury, (booking was made)by the time will be about 1200pm .I planned to visit nearer tourist attraction as need to get...More
March 20, 2009|
Hi, I am also planning on booking YMCA for November but when I emailed them they said the rates are not available yet. Please could you let me know how much you paid and for what kind of rooms? Nice to see someone else planning ahead so early too! Thanks :)
itinerary for hk (10 Replies)
Hi I would need help to see if my below itinerary can work out... Pls help.. Thanks.. Or any recommendations is highly appreciated =) 10/3/10 Wed 10.00am Arrival at Macau Macau Tower Senaldo Square (Shopping) St Paul's Ruins (Porkchop buns, eggtarts, local products) Fisherman's Wharf Casino Hopping 11/3/10 Thu: Venetian hotel and shops Taipa Village (Porkchop buns) Macau Greyhound racing * Not sure to continue staying in macau or travel on night ferry abt 10pm back to hk) ...More
January 26, 2010|
I can't really comment on your Macau itinerary (may be best to post that on the Macau forums, if you haven't already done so), but, your HK itinerary looks to be quite alright! Where are you staying in HK? The Ladies Market actually opens from around 11:30am-ish right through to night time, so, you could combine it with "Sneaker/Sportswear Street" (Fa Yuen Street) in Mongkok. Avenue of Stars: Are you going there for the actual "stars" or will you be watching the free Symphony of...More
The Peak Tower Apartment / any other Budget Apt. near Makati (7 Replies)
I've been currently looking for some hotels/apartment in Makati area -- my last visit on Phil, I used Tune Hotels in Makati, and quite satisfaying, but then when I searched through Agoda.com, I found this apt. near Salcedo Village. It has quite good deal on Agoda, just lil' bit expensive rather than Tune, and it's an studio apt. But then when I googled the website, I didn't found the booking option, only for sale. I didn't know what that means. Did it just a fake offer or what? And does...More
October 20, 2013|
This is a great budget option in the area and reviews well: tripadvisor.com.au/Hotel_Review-g298450-d625… Tommo