Victoria Harbour is the signature of Hong Kong. It is no doubt representing the city in an absolutely stunning way. No one shall leave Hong Kong without taking a look of this beautiful harbour; but where should I exactly go for the best views of Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong? In this travel guide, we are about to show you a few wonderful places that you should visit while you are there. Let's get started!
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East Coast Park Precinct
If you are looking for a new spot to take a peaceful break and enjoy a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour on Hong Kong side, this park is totally perfect for you. East Coast Park Precinct is located along Fortress Hill's harbour front which has everything a park needs. There is also a lawn area where you could lay down, enjoy the sea breeze, or simply have a picnic with your friends, right in front of such gorgeous view of the harbour.
Victoria Peak, aka The Peak, is definitely the best place to go if you want to see a quick look of the entire Hong Kong on the top. This area is the highest hill on Hong Kong Island. Even though The Peak is a mountain; it is well-developed and populated. You can easily reach there from Central city centre by public transports such as trams and buses. Hiking is also a great way to explore the area. You'll know every single step is worth it when you see this spectacular view of Hong Kong.
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade & Star Ferry
Here's the most popular place to see Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong's skyline on Kowloon side: the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. You can walk along the promenade and enjoy a light show performance A Symphony of Lights at night, or simply take a Star Ferry at the pier, a ferry service that allows you to travel across the harbour from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central/Wanchai and vice versa. You will find either way one the best ways to discover Hong Kong for sure.
West Kowloon Cultural District
The West Kowloon Cultural District is a huge harbour front promenade park in Hong Kong. This district is not only a place that is full of art and cultural venues, but also a park where visitors can