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A Postcard From Hong Kong: Peak Tower

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Updated: 9 May 2018
On the surface, Hong Kong seems like an intimidating metropolis made of glass and steel. However, once you dig a little deeper, you’ll find vibrant city brimming with history, culture and local traditions. This video is part of a series that takes you through some of Hong Kong’s best landmarks and attractions.

Peak Tower

The architecturally striking Peak Tower sits at 396 metres above sea level near the summit of Victoria Peak, the highest mountain on Hong Kong island. This popular tourist attraction is known for its wok-shaped roof and offers unobstructed rooftop views of the surrounding cityscape from its Sky Terrace. The complex also boasts an array of shops and restaurants, not to mention Madame Tussaud’s, the famous wax museum.