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Wanderlust: The Peak above Hong Kongs Skyline_ photo bond_vagabond 'Travel makes one modest" (Instagram). A friend told me once Not matter what you have to do here still go to The Peak. He was right. A fairly-tale world with birds eyes ! If you make the ascent on the citys historic funicular railway The Peak Tram you will smell the cooler air wide-eyed and awestruck. And if you like walking you will enjoy a breathtaking natural side less known. At the end a visual experience you will never…

Nearly seven million people are crammed into the mere 1,100 square kilometers that make up the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR). Not just a city of skyscrapers, there is also lush countryside and small rural communities. Hong Kong Island Victoria Peak is the highest point on the island with world-famous views north over the city as well as over the greener southern slopes down to the South China Sea. Clinging onto the northern slopes of the Peak are the prestigious…

from National Geographic

Hong Kong, China -- National Geographic's Ultimate City Guides

Hong Kong is always good for a couple days. Nice for a pit stop to the rest of South East Asia and a quick jaunt over to Macau

from latimes

Looking up, up, up in Hong Kong

The Peak Tram has been taking visitors up to 1,800-foot Victoria Peak in Hong Kong for 120 years. It was featured in the 1955 film “Soldier of Fortune.” (Hong Kong Tourism Board, Hong Kong Tourism Board

from Condé Nast Traveler

The 40 Best Cities in the World

One of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities, Hong Kong has an itinerary for every sort of traveler. Hike up to the Peak for sweeping views of Victoria Harbour, or get out of the city altogether and take the ferry to a nearby island—Lamma, a favorite, is a nesting site for green sea turtles. Whatever you do, make sure to chow down on street food: Savory, inexpensive bites like siu mai and egg balls are some of the hallmarks of the city.

Concerto No. 5 in D Major, Op. 22, 3rd Mvt by F. Seitz; After 2 weeks of daily rain, we found a day to enjoy the clear view of Hong Kong from The Peak before it started to rain again for the rest of our stay. See more of this young violinist #from_UnknownEntity0