Located on No. 128 Peak Road Hong Kong, The Peak Tower is Hong Kong's No. 1 tourist hotspot as well as a leisure and entertainment destination. It is also one of the most stylish architectural icons in Hong Kong. The top of this unique designed building is the tower's viewing platform, Sky Terrace 428, which stands 428 metres above one of the world’s most breathtaking cityscapes. The Sky Terrace 428 exhibits the ever-changing appearance of Hong Kong at days & nights.
Inside The Peak Tower, there is a dazzling array of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues set against the beautiful backdrop of the city caters to all ages and nationalities.
On the shopping side, the multi-level Peak Tower is a good spot for picking up Hong Kong gifts and mementos. It offers shoppers a modern reinterpretation of traditional Hong Kong shopping experiences with Chinese artwork, silk, watches, jewellery and electronics on sale.
The Peak Tram had been built over 130 years since 1888. It is one of the oldest transport vehicles in the world. During the operation period, the tramcar, system infrastructure and rail were upgraded for several times. The recent upgrade was done in 2006. In order to improve better service quality and reduce the queues from public area, the Peak Tram has started a new major upgrade works in 2019.
The Peak Tram is the traditional and quickest way to arrive at The Peak of Hong Kong. It rises from 28 metres to 396 metres above sea level. Passengers can overlook the magnificent view of Victoria Harbour while travelling the journey. During the seven minutes uphill journey, the buildings will appear as an impossible angles caused by high rise of gradient. The highest gradient can be 27 degrees. Whether at the morning or night, the trip is spellbinding.
The Peak Galleria is located on No. 118 Peak Road The Peak Hong Kong. It has various selections of signature retails and traditional dining brands, including famous candy store Candylicious, Tai Cheong Bakery and beauty product retail shop Sasa, etc. Pet-friendly amenities and pet photo-shoot station ‘Pawfect Barber Shop’ are available now. You can try quintessential Hong Kong food with your pets in restaurants, relishing a series of personalized leisure experience.
There are an observation deck and a brand new rooftop lawn located on the highest point of The Peak Galleria. You can make use of the telescopes to appreciate both the world-class view of Victoria Harbour to the north and the serene beauty of Pok Fu Lam Reservoir and the South China Sea to the south, enjoy the relaxing and delighting moment.
The Police Museum is located on No. 27 Coombe Road The Peak Hong Kong. It has a total gross floor area of 570 square metres and it showcases a significant number of artifacts relating to the history of the Police Force. There are around1,200 exhibits displaying in The Police Museum.
The Police Museum has four galleries, namely:
The Orientation Gallery
It describes the general history of the Police Force through historical photographs and archives, uniforms, equipment, firearms and other artifacts.
The Triad Societies and Narcotics Gallery
It features the history of local triad societies, their structure, their beliefs and the rituals practiced by members. It also introduces the past narcotics problems in Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Police Then and Now Gallery
It gives an overview of the transformation of the Hong Kong Police Force over the past 170-odd years by exploring several areas of interest. The history of the Hong Kong Police Force is closely tied with the history of Hong Kong, and this gallery shows the history of Hong Kong from another perspective.
The Thematic Exhibition Gallery
The exhibition themes are changed from time to time. In the past, the Police Museum organized a number of exhibitions including “A History of Hong Kong Police Stations”, “Police Dog Unit” and “Gems of Collection: Police Artifacts in Modern China", etc.