Our initial plan was to go to Ocean Park but, blame it on the cold weather (with occasional rain shower) we ended up staying at our guesthouse, cooked and ate our lunch (you can use the kitchen stove and utensils) while watching a delayed telecast of Eat Bulaga (the land lady’s a Filipino).
Thank God the rain had stopped; we eagerly went out of our guesthouse to get to our planned afternoon destination… the Victoria Peak. Victoria Peak is one of the highest mountains in Hong Kong Island which is known for malls, restaurants, museums, observation deck and the tram.
Peak Tram – aside from the bus, one means of transportation going to the peak is via tram. It is the world’s oldest and steepest funicular railway.
Peak Tower – it is where the upper terminal of the Tram is located. You can have a wonderful view of Hong Kong Island in this place. It also has shops, food stalls and other attractions like museums.
Wax Museum – formed by Madame Tussauds which has several other branches around Europe, America and Asia. A creation of life size statue of well known celebrities, movie stars, politicians and sports icon made of wax.
(you may check our budget and itinerary for this trip – Hong Kong-Macau Tour)