Day 3.  Riding Hong Kong’s Peak Tram and Mid Levels Escalators

Love Travelling

Despite the 8 hour time difference we slept until our alarm went off at 7.00 a.m. We couldn’t see across the harbour from our window as it was so misty but were hopeful that it would soon clear. Breakfast followed inthe hotel’s restaurant – a good selection of fruit, yoghurts, pastries and hot dishes to set us up for a few hours.

Untitled Hong Kong Park

Despite the mist, we kept with our original plans taking the MTR to Admiralty and walking through the lovely Hong Kong Park on our way to the Peak Tram station. Queues for this historic 8 minute tram ride can become very long so it’s a good idea to arrive early to beat the crowds and save at least an hour standing in line. We only had to wait a few minutes, paying for our tickets using our Octopus Cards as this is both quicker and…

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