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Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
Kowloon Peak
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Overview

Scenery
Mood
AccessHard (Taxi)
SafetyNo problem
Visit date December 2012 / Updated date March 2016

Impressions

Kowloon Peak is the biggest night-view spot in Kowloon Peninsula. Its height is 522m above sea level which is higher than Victoria Peak Sky Terrace 428 and SKY100.

Using car is the only way to reach there because the peak is not modified to touring place. Indeed, it is hard for tourists to visit this highest top.

You can see the core of Hong Kong from an arbor located on the roadside, and using staircase on the right of the arbor for going up; you can find an open space to watch the east side scenery.

To go to the summit, it requires 20minutes from Kwun Tong station, or a half hour to an hour from Tsim Sha Tsui area. Using taxi is about 100 HK$ for one way from Tsim Sha Tsui


Note

Taxi is the only resort to access.

Equipment used

Nikon D700
Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 2.8/25
Carl Zeiss Planar T* 1.4/50



Location


Address: Wilson Trail Sec. 4, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong

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