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Victoria Peak Hong Kong

Posted by on Nov 24, 2010 in Art & Photography, Entertainment and Lifestyle, Fashion, Featured, Hong Kong, Travel, Wardrobe | 8 comments

Day 2 in Hong Kong and we woke up late 😛 we roamed around central, tried out some awesome restaurants in Wellington street, shopped at H&M and went to Victoria Peak via the Peak Tram.  I swear, I could never get used to the 45 degree slope upwards and downwards (that’s what she said).  I still get scared with the height:P

Won’t go to details, will just update this post with awesome pictures that we took :)


It was very cold like 10 degrees Celsius on my estimate (or lower) and it was a bit windy so the wind was just very chilly. I should’ve brought a thicker coat.

To keep myself warm, I did some abs exercises on the bench – no really – I DID! 😛

It was a bit foggy.  We paid HKD 60 for a digital copy (CD) of this photo from one of the photographers scattered atop Victoria Peak


Queen’s Road traffic


“Bawal Magtinda Dito”


You don’t have to go to the Sky Terrace at the Peak to enjoy the view.  Just go on the top most floor of the mall, you will still see nicely of Hong Kong skyscrapers at night.  We tried to wait for the lights show.  It was fail.  You should really watch it at Avenue of the Stars.  You won’t appreciate it if you watch it from here.

 walking outside our hotel to take the Hong Kong Tram for only $2 HKD flat rate so nice!

Below the Peak Tram

Deep inside, I’m very nervous with the train going up at 45 degrees (my estimate)


Watching the Sunset atop the Sky Terrace was lovely.  It was very foggy though.  I love the reflection of the sun on the water.

Very happy :)


I wish I can jump off the top of Victoria Peak and fly like a Rocketeer :)





Atop the mall at the Peak


Nice Wallpaper


Reminds me of Britney Spears’ song “Sometimes” – great shot Vince :) Thank you


Getting really cold fast



The fishies wanna attack my feet… this is the first time I’ve bigger fishes for fish spa – tickled like hell!  I got used to it though 😛 very relaxing.  If you want to try this at the Peak, go inside the mall and look for “Water Fish” we got 30 mins for HKD 180 – PHP 1200 – EXPENSIVE I know, but very relaxing and my feet rested for a bit :)


Chinese area at the Peak :) Well-lit at night


Cam-whoring inside NYF

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  1. I bet this is your happiest HK trip. You look so pretty and satisfied with the pictures and i’m lovin’ it 😀 Must pursue with my solo HK trip next year

  2. haller, you dun need Hong Kong you’re going to London WINTER TIME – snow and winter clothes – WIN!!!

  3. glad i came across your site! very interesting! i think i already saw you on tv? :)
    your posst made me miss hongkong!

  4. thanks Missy for dropping by :) yeah, you should visit Hong Kong again around this time till Feb. good weather, cold and not rainy – not humid :)

  5. I really enjoyed ur site. I missed Hongkong more. also glad I came across ur site. I enjoyed the pics and videos in your Pyromusical fireworks @ MOA. I was there in one of their performances but didnt get such a wonderful shots like u had.

  6. Hi Jo, :) Thanks for dropping by and glad you liked my posts ^_^ come back again yah? :)

  7. Hannah, cute girl 😉 Google brought me here heh, was searching for HK Downtown pic.. Just want to say hi 😉
    P.S. Nice pics !


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