The Peak is the highest point in Hong Kong which famous for its panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s stunning city skyline. The district is very green and there are a good number of excellent hiking trails available for the fitness-minded. There are a wide range of shops and restaurants in the Peak Galleria mall.
At the Peak Tower, you can find Ripley’s Believe It Or Not or Madame Tussand’s Wax Museum. Cafés and Restaurants are around the corner. You can enjoy a meal at The Peak Tower’s numerous eateries or just admire Hong Kong from its two viewing balconies at day or night.
It is popular with expatriates heads of large companies and even government officials, who dwell in expensive luxury detached houses, low-rises and mid-rises nestled in the parkland environment.
Public transportation is excellent with both buses as well as the Peak Tram which delivers commuters to Central in minutes. However, during spring and early summer months, humidity is high in the area and the mist covers the higher Peak areas. During this period, homes should be properly dehumidified to avoid damage to clothing, furniture, appliances and interior decoration.