With the famous spectacular skyline on earth, Victoria Peak is the most popular landmark in Hong Kong for sure. Only accessible by the Peak Tram? Of course not.
1. Peak Tram
The most iconic way heading up to the spot. There is a long queue at the tram station often. If you want to skin 3-4 hours waiting time for a 8-minute ride, getting a fast pass would be a good idea.
Service hours : 7:00am – 00:00am Daily
Frequency : every 10 minutes
Single ride Adult HKD$32 Child HKD$12
Return ride Adult HKD$45 Child HKD$20
Direction to the tram station : 10 minutes walk from Central MTR Exit J2
If the cost is not your issue, take a taxi. It costs less than you thought, only HKD$70 from Central district to the Peak. Since overcharging always happens to tourists, make sure you pay the amount shows in the fare counter.
3. Green Minibus
Only 25 minutes getting to the Peak. Although no any English sign in the minibus, just get in and drop off at the last stop where is the top of Victoria Peak.
Service hours :
From Hong Kong Station 6:20am – 00:00am Daily
From the Peak 6:45am – 00:25am Daily
Frequency : every 5-15 minutes
Fare : HKD$10.2
The bus goes from Central Piers and IFC to the Peak Tower. You will get a great view of Hong Kong Island while heading up to the hill in a 35-minute ride.
Service hours :
From Central 10:15am – 00:15am Daily
From the Peak 9:10am – 1:00am Daily
Frequency : every 7-15 minutes
Fare : HKD$9.8
5. Walking up
It is possible to reach the Peak on foot via Central Green Trail. The start point is nearby the tram station, next to the office of WWF.