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Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
The Peak Tram

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

approx. 10-min walk from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station

A walk through Tsim Sha Tsui along the scenic Waterfront Promenade takes visitors from the colonial elegance of the Clock Tower to the glittering skyline of modern Hong Kong rising over Victoria Harbour, where every evening at 8 p.m., Hong Kong is treated to its very own free Symphony of Lights, with the best views down by the waterfront. Along with a ferry ride to Central – a must for any visitor to Hong Kong – the Promenade encompasses the best the city can offer, from its classical legacy at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Art Museum to its pop-culture pedigree at the Avenue of Stars.



approx. 10-min walk from Kowloon MTR Station

Perched 100 stories high atop the Hong Kong's tallest building, sky100 offers unrivalled 360-degree panoramic views of the city and the world-famous Victoria Harbour from its viewing platform. You can take the fastest double-decker elevator in Hong Kong to the viewing platform to get the sensation of being lifted to the 98th floor in just 60 seconds – the ascent is visualised in real-time on the ceiling display!


Ocean Park

approx. 25 mins by bus route #629 from Admiralty MTR Station

An amusement park, marine park and zoological park rolled into one! Being one of the largest theme parks in Southeast Asia, the award-winning Ocean Park educates as it entertains, sending visitors on an exciting adventure that includes thrilling rides, exotic animals from around the world, and tips on living in harmony with the world's oceans. Of special note are its attractions focused on Hong Kong in the 1950s, and its pandas and penguins. If you’re going to be in town in the fall, book ahead for its annual Halloween festivities!


The Peak

approx. 20 mins by bus route #15 from Central MTR Station/ minibus #1 from Hong Kong MTR Station

No trip to Hong Kong is complete without a visit to the Peak, the island's tallest mountain, via its famous funicular railway, the Peak Tram. Along with the stunning views, guests can enjoy fine dining at the Peak Tower, and some of the shops are a destination in their own right too. Don't miss out Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, the unique celebrity-inspired attraction showcasing some of the city's most talented artists. Winding through mountainous landscape, the nature walks on jogging trails are both visually exciting and easy for visitors to access.