How often does the Peak Tram Run?

How often does the Peak Tram Run?

It has become one of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attractions, welcoming more than 6 million patrons a year. The Peak Tram operates from 7am to 10pm, departing at 15–20-minute intervals, and runs between the Peak Tram Lower Terminus in Central to the Peak Tram Upper Terminus at The Peak.

Is the Peak Tram working?

*The Peak Tram is temporarily suspended for Peak Tram Upgrade Project for around 6 months from 28 June 2021..

How much is the Hong Kong Peak Tram?


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ADULT HK$ 52 HK$ 37
CHILD (AGED 3 – 11) SENIOR (AGED 65 or above) Concession* HK$ 23 HK$ 14
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How steep is the Peak Tram?

between 4 to 25.7 degrees
Getting to the Peak by the Peak Tram is an unforgettable experience. One of the world’s oldest and most famous funicular railways, the tram rises to 396 metres (about 1,300 feet) above sea level. It is so steep that the buildings you pass look like they are leaning a gradient of between 4 to 25.7 degrees!

How does the Peak Tram work?

The Peak Tram is a funicular system with two trams in operation at all times, balancing each other on a single haulage cable that leads from the winding house at the top of the incline. The cable means both trams move at the same time, one moving upwards, the other downwards.

How much is the tram to Victoria Peak?

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Peak Tram Tickets
Return Single
Adult HK$ 52 HK$ 37
Child (age 3 – 11) Senior (age 65 or above) HK$ 23 HK$ 14

Is Victoria Peak Open?

Victoria Peak Tram is open 365 days a year, including public holidays. The first Peak Tram leaves for the Victoria Peak at 7 am, and the last Tram stops at midnight.

How long is the Peak Tram ride?

1,364 metres
The Peak Tram is a funicular railway, with the following technical parameters: Length: 1,364 metres (4,475 ft)

How long does the Peak Tram take Hong Kong?

two hours
It takes at least two hours to board the Peak Tram.

How steep is the Peak Tram in Hong Kong?

Its must-ride reputation has built up over time thanks to the way the cars scale the steep gradient – up to 25.7 degrees – along the 1.4km route, giving sweeping views of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers and the harbour beyond, as the tram climbs 396 metres from Garden Road in Central to Victoria Peak.

How long does the Peak Tram take?

It runs on the tracks following the slope of the mountain, taking seven minutes to travel from an elevation of 92 feet (28 meters) to 1,300 feet (396 meters). The tram can carry 120 passengers at a time, with 95 seats and the standing room holding 25 people.

How do I get to the Peak Tram?

FROM ADMIRALTY MTR STATION take exit C1 and cross the bridge over Queensway to Pacific Place. In Pacific Place take the escalators on right which run up alongside the shopping mall. Go to the very top and cross the road to Hong Kong Park and follow the signs through Hong Kong Park to the Lower Peak Tram Terminus.

Where does the peak tram stop in Hong Kong?

The Peak Tram passes six stations in order: Garden Road, Kennedy Road, MacDonnell Road, May Road, Barker Road, and the Peak. The lower terminus is at Garden Road in the Central, while the upper one is on the third floor of the Peak Tower on the hillside. The tram does not routinely stop at the intermediate stops.

How long does it take to ride the Peak Tram?

It takes at least two hours to board the Peak Tram. The situation is extremely unsatisfactory since its passenger demand far exceeds its capacity. By 2012, the average daily passenger capacity reached 12,000, which around 90% became tourists.

When was the first tramway built in Hong Kong?

The tramway, which took three years to construct and first opened to the public in 1888, was the main route to the Peak and only form of transportation other than sedan chair until Old Peak Road opened in 1924. It was the first mechanical public transport in Hong Kong and is the world’s steepest funicular railway.

Where is the tram terminus at Victoria Peak?

The Lower Peak Tram terminus is located at Garden Road and the Upper Peak Tram Terminus is located inside the Peak Tower, 396 metres above sea level and 150 metres below the summit of Victoria Peak.