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Peak to South Hiking Tour

You will find astounding contrasts of cityscapes and countryside on this scenic and memorable walk.

The walk at first takes you across the spectacular and vibrant business district with its soaring towers of glass and steel. You then board the unique Peak Tram funicular railway and slowly ascend to its summit of 373 metres. Time to marvel at this feat of engineering and the views of the city and Victoria Harbour unfolding below.

As you walk to the wilder, quieter side of Hong Kong Island beneath Victoria Peak at 552 metres, you see old banyan trees and admire the distant views of Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, the South China Sea and its many islands.

The shaded path leads you through Pok Fu Lam Country Park, with its lush emerald green forests and climbing plants, clematis and vines. You will then pass through Aberdeen Country Park. The sylvan environment makes it ideal for hikes and strolls.

After visiting an atmospheric Tin Hau Temple, you will arrive at the bustling port of Aberdeen, then take transport back to Central, Hong Kong.

Tour details


Peak Tram, The Peak, amazing views, Pok Fu Lam reservoir


English, German and French

Departure time


Pick-up points

Outside the General Post Office, No. 2 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong Island


Approximately 4.5 hours.

Tour operator

Walk Hong Kong Ltd


phone-handset +852 91878641

phone-handset +852 91878641



This tour is graded as moderate and includes an approximate walking distance of 8 kilometres. Participants should bring a spare T-shirt for the return journey, a small towel, sun protection, trekking shoes or comfortable walking shoes, on cool days in winter a windbreaker or fleece jacket, and one litre of water

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