The Peak Tram is not just an ordinary means of transportation. It will not only take you to the top of Hong Kong's tourist hotspot-Victoria Peak, but also give you a very different climbing journey. As the mountain top cable car slowly climbs the slope for about 7 minutes, the entire carriage climbs almost 45 degrees, and the trees and high-rise buildings on the roadside seem to fall backwards. You will feel like you are lying down. It is a special taste. When the cable car slowly approaches the top of the mountain, you will have a wide view in front of you, and you can get a bird's-eye view of Victoria Harbour from an excellent angle. No matter day or night, the cable car journey is equally fascinating.
The Peak Tram is equipped with basic barrier-free facilities, including entrances and exits and some passages. The design still considers the needs of wheelchairs/disabled people. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
The access to the Peak Tram is relatively narrow. People with wheelchairs should try to take the Peak Tram on a free day. If necessary, it is recommended to take a bus to the top of the Peak during holidays.
The service hours of the cable car are from 7:00 am to 12:00 midnight, and the frequency is approximately every 10 to 15 minutes
Address : Peak Tram Lower Terminus, 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong Island
Enquiries : 2522-0922
- The entrance of the Garden Road Terminus of the Peak Tram is flat and wide, very suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- Most areas of the Peak Tram Terminus have narrow passages that are difficult for wheelchair users to access
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps. The ramps are relatively steep, making it difficult for wheelchair users to get on and off
- There is no accessible toilet at the Peak Tram