Next on our itinerary was to go to the century old Peak Tram. According to history, it is the first mode of transportation of the HK locals. Today, the Peak Tram is used to carry tourists and other visitors to the upper portion of Hong Kong. From the Central district to the Victoia Peak via the mid-levels, tourists will have a great view of the harbour and HK skyscrapers. Upon reaching the Peak tram terminus, this is where you will purchase tickets. Other attractions located there is the Madame Tussauds wax museum and Sky terrace. You can opt to purchase combination tickets to save on money as well as going back via the Peak Tram again. We just chose to see the Madame Tussauds via Peak tram going and coming back. At the wax museum, you will have the opportunity to take pictures with your favorite stars and other famous people. For example Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga, Adolf Hitler, and David Beckham. We did not go with the Sky Terrace view because it was very cold that time and foggy. You wont see clearly the beautiful view. We just had lunch at Burger King located inside the mall. When it was time for us to go down, the queue to the Peak Tram was long and what made it worst is that the line was located outside the mall. Imagine how cold it was and it was raining too. Good thing our trusty coats did their job well by protecting us.
After our peak Tram journey, we travelled by ferry going back and walked to Avenue of Stars to witness the Symphony of Lights every 8pm. The show wasn't that entertaining much. So after that we just walked going to 1881 Heritage, to Canton Road and shopped a little at H & M (you can check my HK haul post here ). We also went to Mongkok for last minute shopping before we leave for Macau the next day.
Charlie brown sign
Charlie Brown's head cake
mini croissant with ham and cheese and orange juice
this way to Peak tram
entrance to the Madame Tussauds wax museum
Symphony of Lights