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Hong Kong’s Top Six Spots
To Enjoy Night Views


18 July 2019


Hong Kong undoubtedly has one of the most iconic skylines in the world.

From breathtaking panoramas of stunning buildings by the Victoria Harbour to the

natural beauty of Lantau’s hills, we have rounded up our top 6 night view spots for everyone to

take in the full beauty of the most dazzling outlooks around.



1. The Peak



A must-visit spot for travelers as it is the place where the most famous Hong Kong night view photos

have been taken. As the highest point on Hong Kong Island, the panoramic views of

skyscrapers beneath you will be truly jaw-dropping.

Stroll along the walking path around the Peak and enjoy the spectacular

view of the entire city and the South China Sea. 


Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

Peak Tram operating Hours: 7:00-24:00 (Mon-Sun & Public Holidays)

Peak Tram Ticket: $52 Adults, $23 Child & Senior

For more information, please visit their Website.




2. Hong Kong Observation Wheel



Located in Central, the 60-meter-high Hong Kong Observation Wheel presents a stunning Victoria Harbour view.

Don’t be disappointed when your Gondola goes down for the first time - you have two more rounds to go! 


33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong Island

Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00 (Mon-Sun, Final ride at 22:30)

Ticket Fares: $20 Adults, $10 Child & Senior

For more information, please visit their Website.




3. sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck



The city’s one and only indoor observation deck on the 100th floor is located in Hong Kong’s tallest

building - the International Commerce Centre (ICC) . The sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck provides you with an unrivalled

360-degree panoramic view of Hong Kong. Enjoy the astonishing beauty of Hong Kong while experiencing the city’s fastest

double-deck high-speed elevators, escorting you up to the 100th floor in just 60 seconds.


100 F, International Commerce Center, Austin Road West 1, Kowloon

Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 (Sun-Thur) 10:00-22:30 (Fri-Sat) 

Ticket Fares: $169 Adults, $115 Child & Senior

For more information, please visit their Website.




4. The Top Deck of the Star Ferry



It is not merely a means of transportation; with a history of over 100 years, the Star Ferry’s Tsim Sha Tsui-Central route proves its iconic

significance with it's daily influx of visitors. Soak yourself in the unforgettable 10 minute boat ride with 

an unbeatable view of this

magnificent city. 


Central Ferry Pier No.7 (Star Ferry Pier) 

Tsim Sha Tsui Pier (Star Ferry Pier)

Opening Hours: 6:30-23:30

Ticket Fares: $2.70 Adults, $1.60 Child, Free for Seniors

For more information, please visit their Website.




5. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade



How can a night stroll be this romantic? Stretched all the way along the edge of Tsim Sha Tsui to Hung Hom, this seafront

promenade escorts you through the Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Cultural Centre and the Hong Kong Space Museum along with a stunning skyline on the opposite side.

Don’t forget the Symphony of Lights: Hong Kong’s iconic multimedia light show,

LED screens and search lights’ sensational harmony! It starts 8pm nightly and this spot is perfect for you to enjoy the show. 


10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui

Opening Hours: 24 hours

Free Entry

For more information, please visit their Website.




6. Ngong Ping 360



Last but not least is the breathtaking evening view at Ngong Ping 360.

As the name suggests, the Ngong Ping 360 is a glass-bottom cable car ride offering a 360 degrees 

view during the entire 5.7km journey from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping,  one of Hong Kong’s richest cultural villages.

On a side note, while you are there, visit the famous giant Buddha statue and Po Lin Monastery nearby! 


11 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island

Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00 (Mon-Fri), 9:00-18:30 (Weekends & Public Holidays)

Ticket Fares: $290 Adults, $165 Child, $210 Senior

For more information, please visit their Website.




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