Complete Your Day Trip at Victoria Peak Situated in Hong Kong

Surender Bora
 


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The Victoria peak is one of the famous destinations in Hong Kong and when you arrive at this point, you will see the full city-view along with the Victoria Harbor and musical lighting play. You can take a bus or a tram to reach this place, and you can find additional adventures including Hong Kong Disneyland package, restaurants, and sea-side views and multi-cuisine dishes in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is a very famous tourist place in the world and the special attraction of this city is the Victoria Peak. This is the highest point of the city, and you can see the full metropolitan view along with the Victoria Harbor from this place. Most visitors reach this place by the Peak Tram and it is one of the historical rides in the world, which you can avail if you take Hong Kong Holiday Packages.

Your day will start from the Central area and you can take the bus no. 15 to reach to Victoria peak. This bus service is available after every ten minutes starting from 6 am till midnight. Then you have to stop at the Star Ferry Terminus which is the bus terminus situated in the Exchange Square. This route is coming from the Central MTR station only and the exit is located at C-1.

Afterwards, the first destination shall be Bowen Road and you need to drop at the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital bus stop. Then you need to walk few steps below and you will find the excellent pathway for the pedestrian’s street only.

The area above the Wanchai business district is dotted with a verdurous landscape, and the narrow Bowen Road appeals to the tourists as this is one of the best trails located above the city, with fascinating scenic beauty, greenery and you can also locate the Happy Valley along with a string of other popular attractions like HK Island, the Victoria Harbour, Kowloon and a rock which has religious history which is supposed to bestow couples with happy marriages.

Your journey next comprises visiting the Stubs Road Lookout, which can be reached by bus no. 15 and you can stop at White Jade. The views here are different from that of the Bowen Road, and it is the ideal place to take photos here.

Honkong is also an abode of museums, and you can visit the Hong Kong Police Museum, located at the Coombe Road. It has paraphernalia like old painted portraits of senior police officials, heritage uniforms, firearms, and the entry to this museum is free. From here you can again board the bus no. 15 and then ride the Peak tram and enjoy the ride once more.

There are multiple budget hotels and expensive hotels offers to the travelers, and you can visit the sites of exclusive travel partners who can offer you the tailor-made Hong Kong Macau Shenzhen Holiday Package at an attractive rate. Moreover, you can also consult with them regarding accommodation and day itinerary.

Author bio: Lavacanza is one of the most popular travel partners for Hong Kong tours and you can contact them for Hong Kong & Macau with Star Cruise package at the best travel price.

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