Located on the Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island, the Peak Tower at an altitude of 396 meters is one of the most stylishly designed buildings in Hong Kong. Its unique design shows the essence of modern architecture, and its appearance is widely used by millions of postcards and photos around the world.
The Peak Tower is a collection of selected foods, special shops and interactive entertainment facilities from around the world, allowing you to have fun in the enchanting scenery. In addition, visitors can also take a bird’s eye view of the mountain scenery at the highest 360-degree observation deck in Hong Kong, Lingxiao Tower Sky Terrace 428, from a close-up view of the infinitely vibrant urban scenery to the fresh and pleasant verdant mountains of the New Territories, and even the quiet and peaceful south. The view of outlying islands in the China Sea.
The Peak Tower is located at Victoria Gap of Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. The Peak Tramway connects
There are multiple barrier-free facilities, including ramps for entrances and exits, elevators, and accessible toilets. Most places have wide passages. All uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat so that wheelchair users can easily get on and off. .
Take bus No. 15 at Central Exchange Square, get off at Peak Plaza, and walk 5 minutes to The Peak Tower. The Peak Tower elevator only goes up to the 2nd floor. If you are in a wheelchair, please notify the staff to use the internal elevator to go to the observation deck.
The Peak Tram will be temporarily suspended for approximately 2-3 months from April 23, 2019 in order to cope with the Peak Tram development plan
Due to the large scale of the project, the Peak Tram will have to suspend its service in two phases to cope with the completion of the project. The first phase will be suspended from April 23, 2019, for a period of about 2-3 months. The Peak Tower and Sky Terrace 428 will remain open throughout the entire project.
Due to the suspension of the Peak Tram service during the first phase, visitors can choose the following public transportation services to visit the Peak:-
(A) New World First Bus (NWFB) will add a special route No. X15 from Admiralty (West) Bus Terminal (near MTR Admiralty Station Exit B) to and from the Peak;
(B) NWFB Route No. 15 (Central (Central Ferry) / Exchange Square-The Peak);
(C) NWFB Route No. 15B (Wan Chai (Convention and Exhibition Wing)-The Peak)-only on Sundays and public holidays;
(D) Hong Kong Island Green Minibus No. 1 (Central (Hong Kong Station Public Transport Interchange)-The Peak); or
For information on NWFB/Citybus services, please visit the following website or call its customer service hotline-
NWFB/Citybus Customer Service Hotline –
8 am to 8 pm (Monday to Sunday and public holidays)
-The Peak Tower and Sky Terrace 428 will remain open throughout the entire project, including the suspension of Peak Tram service.
-The services of buses and minibuses will be enhanced when necessary to meet the needs of passengers.
-NWFB Route No. 15C (Central Ferry Pier (Pier 8)-Garden Road (Peak Tram Terminus)) will be temporarily suspended during this period.
For further enquiries, please feel free to email to [email protected] to contact The Peak Tower Limited.
Bus: Take Bus No. 15 (NWFB) from Central (Pier 5) to and from the Peak
Taxi: Tell the taxi driver to go to "The Peak Tower, 128 Peak Road, Hong Kong"
Minibus: Take Minibus No. 1, from Central (Phase II of the International Finance Centre) to the Peak
- There is a ramp near the main entrance of The Peak Tower, which is very suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Most of the local passageways are designed to be broadly designed, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- There are multiple lifts on and off, located next to the lobby
- The Peak Tower has multiple accessible toilets on each floor
- The Peak Tower has a nursery room