Here is concise information about the attractions of Victoria Peak:
Peak Tram provides access to the Peak and surrounding areas. When you view Hong Kong skyline from the Peak Tram, climbing at 450 incline, you become speechless. The Peak is also accessible by motor transport and of course, on foot too.
Peak Tower is the goal of the tourists on the Victoria Peak. The skyscrapers, when looked from the Tower, seem jutting out of the earth. Designed by the British architect Terry Farrell, Peak Tower has seven floors, with a viewing platform on the third floor.
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
'Ripley's Believe It or Not!' is a franchise dealing in extraordinary events and items which might seem unbelievable to the readers. The odditorium has more than 450 bizarre exhibits collected from all over the world.
Hong Kong's Historical Adventure
The first computer-operated entertainment ride in Hong Kong is a journey through scenes of the Hong Kong's early history. It is something that young and old would love to watch together.
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum
A branch of world-renowned Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum of London is situated on Peak Tower. The museum has wax idols of famous people from history and contemporary personalities exhibited in lifelike poses.
Peak Explorer Motion Stimulator
Located on the fourth floor, Peak Explorer Motion Simulator is equipped with high-tech projectors, sound system and motion chairs. When one looks at the images on screen, one gets an illusion of actually being there.
Peak Tower holds several gift shops selling Chinese arts and crafts, books, cosmetics and other souvenirs. It also has a a popular Park'n'Shop supermarket for area residents. More shops dealing in various articles have been added to Peak Tower recently.
Exquisite bird life has made the Park more attractive. Most prominent among the bird residents of Victoria Peak is the Black Kite. Fascinating array of butterflies also live there. Thanks to its natural face, the Peak Tower play an important role in the social life of locals. If offers number of park benches that are used by the locals to pass their free time.
Victoria Peak has several restaurants which take care of the dining needs of the visitors. Prominent eateries on the tower include Peak Lookout, Kyo Hachi, Bubba Gum, Pearl on the Peak, Burger King, Eating Plus and Tien Yi.
Peak Area refers to the area between Victoria Peak and Mount Gough. It is a posh residential area of Hong Kong. The Peak area, covering the Peak, Victoria Gap, Mount Kellet, Jardine's Corner, Mount Gough, Plantation Road, is the home of Hong Kong's wealthiest residents.