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Good way to skip the queues and with an informative guide.
If someone is on a tight schedule this is a great value. The trip leader gathered everyone and we 'skipped' the line. The latter can be quite long, especially if a nice day. Once, at the top of the tram, you will be on your own, so make sure to ask questions before the trip leader leaves. The limitations were the time of day and the weather. At the top: a walk around Victoria peak is an easy hour.
The peak is obviously somewhere you have to visit whilst in Hong Kong. The queue can be extremely long up to 2-3 hours. If as when we visited it is hot and humid it was a joy to have paid in advance for the skip the line. Don't think we waited more than about 20 minutes. You have to pay to go up anyway so why not pay before you go and guarantee a short wait.
it was good and fast!
Great tour, very informative, and the skip-the-line ticket saved us a least 3-hours in line, in the humid, hot, Hong Kong weather.
Timothy K USA
During opening hours, the line is always long in both directions waiting to buy tickets and/or board. Buy a round trip even if you think it may be a good idea to wait and see. Also, buy the package deal that gets you to the top observation deck. While you can get a decent view from the lower tier deck, you will want to get to the top. I have purchased tickets on two separate occasions - the first time, bought skip the line round-trip tickets with observation deck the second time, bought one-way tickets twice we originally thought we might walk down but didn't and no observation deck we ended up buying them separately at the top. Do yourself a favor and walk the path around the mountain. There are multiple opportunities for beautiful views of the city that you won't see even on the observation deck!
Information given was not detailed enough. Walking part involved too much politics and very little in the way of the sites of Hong Kong. When I go on holiday's I dont wish to spend my time listening to the countries political problems.
At one point the tour guide gave a 15 minute talk about the issues of country whilst we stood in the sun. 20 metres away was enough shade for everyone to stand under. As a guide he was not very aware of guests comfort.
We left the tour early and headed to the tram because 2 people in our group were struggling with the amount of walking and the stairs.
We got to the tram station only to fond out that the voucher that we had did not give us any access to the tram, let alone 'skip the queue access'. We then wasted 45 minutes waiting for the rest of the tour group and the tour guide.
The issue was the tour guide, did not see it necessary to advise us to meet at the cathederal at 12:30, or even better give us the tickets for the tram. Instead he just let us go off, and then wait at the tram station in the heat.
Consequently, I was not a happy camper when they eventually arrived.
I also have an issue with the definition of 'FREE', and being mislead. When someone says FREE Tour, you would expect that no money shall change hands. NOooooo! There was an expectation that everyone pays 100hKD to the tour guide, of which part ofes to the guide and part goes to the tour company. Hello, this is not FREE, it is PAID tour. I get very upset at being misled.
The Victoria Peak was great, but I would avoid this tour company.
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