“I am going to see the TVB artiste on the roads??”
“ Can I see Andy Lau, Leon Lai and etc??”
Arriving in airport, we take the bus outside and headed to our hotel organized by Open Rice HK. The journey to the town takes us an hour so.. and I am indeed enjoying the view of the sky scrapers outside. The view is simply beautiful with myriad colors of the buildings.
Finally, we reached and hotel (Harbour View Hotel) check-in done. The hotel is not really a huge one but it is good for two pax. The rooms comes kinda huge with the lovely scenic harbour view. The hotel comes beautiful with the and complete with all the basic neccesities
AddressHarbour Plaza North Point665 King’s Road, North Point, Hong Kong(MTR Quarry Bay Station, Exit C)MainTel: (852) 2187 8888Fax : (852) 2187 8899E-mail : email@example.com
Wasting no time, we are ready for our tour in Hong Kong. I am ready to explore the view of Hong Kong and headed to The Peak and The Wax Museum which is simply a MUST to go. I cant wait to hugged my idols.. (*wink *wink)
Reaching and taking the MRT to the museum is simply awesome with the 20 minutes so journey. The journey with the train alike what we had while in Penang sliding up with the view of Hong Kong high scrappers at 45 degrees. Reaching there, weather comes colder and colder.
The place comes awesomely good with the scenic view with the beautiful Hong Kong city at the above. Nice! . It is a perfect place for photographer to capture the scenic icons of Hong Kong with all the eye-catching infrastructure.
The Sky Terrace 428 is our next destination. The Sky Terrace is a place where you can get a great view of Hong Kong where the location is 428 metres above the sea level. The Sky Terrace 428 is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across the Hong Kong.
The sky Terrace give a very windy beautiful view of the whole scenic Hong Kong where experience the scenic colorful Hong Kong building light up at night. The view just amazing where you can see the whole Hong Kong is well brighten up with lights. It is a perfect place for photographer to capture the scenic icons of Hong Kong with all the eye-catching infrastructure.
An added attraction on the terrace is The Sky Gallery, which now displays 17 historical photos, through which you can step back in time to the old Hong Kong and see how our Hong Kong has changed.
Besides that, at the Sky Terrance they do offer photography service too where you can have your pictures taken from the peak. Of course, it is with charges. Once you get down from the Sky Terrace, you can have your picture printed on some of the merchandise as your memory too.
Besides that, put your love card with The Peak too and have your memory stay there.
Tickets for Sky Terrace 428 admission only is also available and can be purchased at :
– Customer Services counter (Ground floor), The Peak Tower
– Shop 302-3, 3/F, The Peak Tower
– Appointed travel agents
AdmissionAdult : HK$ 40Child (aged 3 – 11)-HK$ 20Senior (aged 65 or above)- HK$ 20
Remark: All ticket prices would be effective from March 1, 2013Sky Terrace 428 Opening Hours :10:00am – 11:00pm (Mon – Fri)8:00am – 11:00pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)For inquiries :For inquiries or more details, please contact :Tel : (852) 2849 0668Fax : (852) 2849 6237Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
We ended our trip at the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, part of the renowned chain of wax museums founded by Marie Tussaud of France, is located at the Peak Tower on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. It is also one of the recommended places to visit when you are in Hong Kong. If you are a big fans of Hong Kong flim stars, artist and more, you can capture them in a nearer view, hugging them as well as have your picture taken with them too.
Well; I have my hugged with my idol since I am a kid- Leon Lai with the Tian Mi Mi feel. Be on stage with your favorite idol in the music industry too.
Child (aged 3 – 11)- HK$155
Senior (65 or above)- HK$155
Address:Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong KongOpening Hours: 10am to 10pm
How to go there:You can reach there via Peak Tram
Or you can use Bus too.Route No. 15 – First BusCentral Ferry Piers to The PeakDaily: 6:15 am – 00:15 am (from Central)Mondays to Saturdays: 6:30 am – 1:00 am(from The Peak)Sundays & Public Holidays: 6:15 am – 00:15 am (from The Peak)Frequency: (Mondays – Saturdays) 11-30 minutes(Sundays and Public Holidays) 13-30 minutesFare: $9.80
Route No. 15B – First BusTin Hau to The PeakSundays & Public Holidays: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm (from Tin Hau)Sundays & Public Holidays: 12:40 pm – 7:40 pm (from The Peak)Frequency: 10-20 minutesFare: $9.60Remarks: Serve on Sundays & Public Holidays ONLY
Route No. 15C – First BusCentral Ferry Piers to Garden Road Peak Tram TerminusDaily: 10:10 am to 11:55 pm(from Peak Tram Terminus)Daily: 10:00 am to 11:45 pm(from Central Ferry Piers)Frequency: 10-20 minutesFare: $4.20 (Air-Conditioned or Open Top)
There goes my Day 1 Trip in Hong Kong with my tired feet :)