Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Hong Kong Transportation - Peak Tram

Hong Kong Peak Tram
The Peak Tram is one of the earliest public transportations in Hong Kong. It is a funicular railway and is the shortest yet most scenic route to the Peak of Hong Kong. The whole journey takes seven minutes with four stops.

Peak Tram is not only a vehicle, it is a unique experience of your Hong Kong travel.

It takes you up an incline as steep as one in two, almost perpendicular at some points. Buildings look like they are leaning at a 45-degree angle. They just look like a jungle of buildings with extreme density. It’s going to be an unforgettable experience.

Hong Kong Peak Tram Fare
Single journey: HK25 (c.US$3.2)
Return journey: HK$36 (c.US$4.6)
Children (3-11) / Senior (65 or above): HK$9 for single / HK$16 for return

Operating Hours
07:00 – midnight – every 10 to 15 minutes

Peak Tram Connection Bus 15C
Peak Tram town station is located at Garden Road in Central. It is just a minute’s walk from the Bank of China Tower or the Cheung Kong Center.

It is connected to Central Pier 7 (next to Star Ferry) by open-top bus number 15C.

If you want to go to the Victoria Peak, this is a great way to experience Hong Kong.

Open top bus 15C: HK$4.2 (Air-Conditioned or Open Top)

Hong Kong Travel - Transportation

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