Hong Kong Park and The Peak
On our fifth day in Hong Kong, we were a bit relaxed since we’ve already visited most of the tourist spots on the list, plus we were too tired the day before after our day tour in Macau (which I will be blogging separately). The fifth day agenda is to visit The Peak and Big Buddha. The Peak in the morning and Big Buddha in the afternoon, but what happened was after our visit at The Peak, it started to rain and in Hong Kong, if it rains, it is also foggy. Since the Big Buddha is located in the mountain, we did not risk going there because for sure it will be too foggy to even see the Buddha.
To go to The Peak, we took the train going to Admiralty Station, then went to Exit C1, took the walkway to Pacific Place Shopping Centre and followed the signs going to Hong Kong Park. We chose this route because I want to see nature en route to Peak Tram Lower Terminus.
Took photos around Hong Kong Park and decided to pose for fashion shoot as well.
On our way, we dropped by the Museum of Tea Ware because we got curious. I am a tea lover so I want to know its history and significance in Chinese culture. The Tea Wares displayed are the different types of Tea Ware, from traditional to modem and the Tea Ware used by different Chinese Dynasty’s such Qing, Ming and Tang Dynasties. Check out my tea ware photo’s below.
The Peak Tram Lower Terminus is where we bought our ticket. We bought The Peak Tram-Sky Terrace-Madame Tussauds Package for $320.00 each. It’s ideal if you will take the package so you can make the most out of your visit at The Peak. I will be blogging my Madame Tussauds visit next time.
Finally arrived at The Peak. This was on the Sky Terrace. It is a 360 degrees viewing terrace standing at 428 metres above sea level, here you will see stunning panoramic view across Hong Kong.
This view surely did not disappoint!
It’s the Harbour channel behind me.
Until my next travel blog! Stay tuned!
Dress: Belle Jean Clothing
Bag: SM Parisian
Sunnies: Forever 21
Ring: Call it Spring