Hong Kong Peak Tram Sky Pass Direct Entry E-Tickets


Ride the historic Peak Tram for stunning views of Hong Kong's dazzling skyline. The Peak Tram is a classic cliff railway and the quintessential Hong Kong experience offering awesome 360-degree vistas.


  • Paperless e-tickets — no need to print!
  • Explore scenic nature trails around The Peak high above the city
  • Tickets include access to Sky Terrace 428, Hong Kong's highest 360° viewing platform with stunning skyline vosats

Key Information

Important Information

- Peak Tram Sky Pass use hours: 07:00–00:00. - Sky Terrace 428 hours: 10:00–23:00 (Mon–Fri); 08:00–23:00 (Sat, Sun, Public Holidays) - Please see Schedule section below for special operating hours, beginning February 12, 2020 - Peak Tramways address: No.1 Lugard Road, Peak Tram, HK - Adult ticket (ages 12–64), child’s ticket (ages 3–11), children 0–2 ride free if accompanied by an adult - Tickets can only be used once on the selected date, re-entry not allowed - Please note there may be a long queue at ticket counters


Ride the Peak Tram for the quintessential Hong Kong experience. Aboard this classic cliff railway, you'll enjoy unique views of the city. As you travel up to Peak Tower, the highest observation point above the city, you'll see Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline. At the top, 428 meters above sea level, you'll find Peak Tower and Sky Terrace 428, providing 360-degree panoramic vistas of one the world’s most impressive citycapes, day or night. The Peak Tram Sky Pass includes access to Sky Terrace 428 and the many restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues at the Peak Tower. Dine with a view or browse the stylish boutiques and traditional market stalls. At Peak Tower, you'll also find Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, featuring some 100 waxworks of celebrities, including Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Yao Ming, the Beatles, Michael Jackson, and Marilyn Monroe. Alternatively, enjoy nature trails that meander through the lush forests high above the city for a serene experience far removed from the busy city below. Make time to explore the Peak Tram Historical Gallery, located at the Lower Terminus. There are more than 200 exhibits, some dating back over a century, including a replica of the first Peak Tram. The 1926 Haulage Room contains 15 themed sections of costumes, artifacts, photographs, and more. Please note that Peak Tram queues can be up to two hours each way. Insider tip: Choose a seat on the right for unobstructed views of the city.

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