The Peak is one of Hong Kong’s most famous, popular and well-known tourist attractions (please refer to our article about the Peak for more information about how to get there and shopping on the Peak). You can’t miss the iconic and unique shaped Peak Tower simply due to the fact that the Peak Tram will terminate inside this architectural design master piece. When you exit the Peak Tram you will be led through a shopping arcade called the Peak Market. The shopping arcade consists of an array of floors, corners and walkways full with all kind of stores and products ranging from the traditional tourists souvenirs like postcards, T-Shirts, magnets to Chinese artworks, silk collectibles, knick-knacks and curios. Basically, you can find almost everything from fashion (Addidas, Crocs, Giordano, Hard Rock Café Shop, Sunglass Hut, etc.), toys, watches (e.g Swatch), jewelries (e.g. Swarovski), so-called antiques and collectibles to the latest electronic gadgets. The Peak Market can be somehow regarded as new or modern reinterpretation of Hong Kong’s street markets such as Ladies Markets or Temple Street. Besides several fast food stores and restaurants you can find Madame Tussauds Hong Kong on Level P1 in the Peak Tower. The highlight of the Peak Tower is definitely the Sky Terrace 428 and we highly recommend going up there. We promise you you won’t regret it! The Sky Terrace 428 is the highest 360 degree viewing platform in Hong Kong where you have stunning panoramic views of Hong Kong.

Just opposite the Peak Tower you will find another building called the Peak Galleria which is famous for its Art Deco architecture. Ideally located to Hong Kong’s top visitor attraction, you are able to dive into another shopping mall. Inside the Peak Galleria you will find all sorts of shops, stores and restaurants on three floors ranging from specialty stores offering “antiques”, t-shirts, lifestyle and designer products to fashion, watches, jewelry, books, arts and the typical souvenir gifts. In addition, the Peak Galleria houses a kindergarten, a supermarket and a 7-Eleven convenience store. There are also several fast food stores (e.g. McDonalds, Delifrance, etc. …Burger King is inside the Peak Tower) coffee shops (Starbucks) and restaurants located inside the Peak Galleria.

Insider Tips: The Peak Tower, Peak Market as well as the Peak Galleria are located at a prime location. Saying this you should keep in mind that prices of products reflect this fact. Basically, you are able to find the vast majority of products in stores in TST and Central or at the street markets like Ladies Market, Temple Street or Stanley Market for at least the same price but usually for lower prices. In case you still would like to do some shopping we would recommend taking a closer look at our shopping articles and don’t forget to compare prices and to bargain.

Opening Hours: 10:00am-11:00pm (Mon-Fri)/8:00am-11:00pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)
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How to Get to Peak Tower, Peak Market and Peak Galleria:

Address: The Peak Tower, 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong

Take the Peak Tram from the Lower Terminus up to the Peak. When you exit the Upper Terminus you will automatically led through the Peak Tower. Alternatively, you take bus no. 15 from Exchange Square Terminus (MTR Hong Kong Station Exit D), the Green Mini Bus no. 1 (MTR Hong Kong Station) or simply one of the taxis. Here is the link for more detailed information about how to get to the Peak.

How to Get to Peak Tower, Peak Market and Peak Galleria:

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