|Peak Tram lower terminal|
The Peak Tram track is almost 1.4 km long and it takes the tram about 7 minutes to complete a one-way trip. The climb is rather steep (about 373 meters) and the buildings we passed appeared to be leaning. We got off at the upper tram terminal located at The Peak Tower. From there we went to the Lion's Pavilion viewpoint from where we had a great view of the Victoria harbor, Kowloon, the green hillsides and the city below. We also took a short walk in Pok Fu Lam Country Park.
|Peak Tram and view from tram|
|Lion's Viewpoint Pavillion|
|Walk in the park|
There are other locations which provide magnificent views; there is the viewing terrace at the Peak Galleria and the Sky Terrace 428 at the Peak Tower. The Peak Tower is a wok-shaped building housing shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, and the upper terminal of the Peak Tram. The Sky terrace 428 is the highest viewing platform; it stands 428 meters above sea level. Madame Tussaud’s Hong Kong is located at Level 1 of the Peak Tower.
|Peak Tower and the Sky Terrace 428|
|View from the Peak Tower escalator|
|Peak Market at the Peak Tower|
|Madame Tussaud's Hong Kong|
|Hollywood Road and Cat Street|
|Man Mo Temple|
|Model of the Western Market; inside the market|