Hong Kong, Wander

Hong Kong: Day 4 – The Peak and Symphony of Lights

Our last day at Hong Kong was spent touring The Peak and watching the Symphony of Lights.

Since I learned my lesson when we visited Ngong Ping Village, day before our supposedly visit to The Peak, I already bought an online ticket – and I saved HKD20 for a 3-in-1 combo pass (Entrance to Madame Tussauds, entrance to Sky Terrace, and Peak Tram 2-way ticket).


We rode the Peak Tram and sat at the right side where the view is amazing.

We then toured Madame Tussauds wax museum.  We had so much fun posing alongside wax figures of famous people.  The little boy was skeptical at first, but joined our crazy picture taking too.  It was crazy because when we were already back home, the hubby commented:  Sana hindi mo pinost ung mga pictures natin dun sa Madame Tussauds.  Feeling ko mukha akong tanga kakapose dun.  Hahaha 😀

No other woman lang ang peg.
The apprentice.
He’s smitten.

Afterwards, we went up the highest point of Hongkong – The Sky Terrace.  This place has a very beautiful view.  A lot of people said that it is best to go at The Peak at night but with a little boy with us, I think we enjoyed it more during day time.

The little boy was so busy with the free digital tour provided by Sky Terrace.


We did a little shopping at Mongkok again before going to the Avenue of Stars to watch The Symphony of Lights.  We didn’t stay long because it was really cold.

We woke up the next day so early because we have an early flight to catch.  So long Hong Kong, we will see you again.


PS: This was originally published last December 2014 in my previous blog: Baby Neo’s Mama.



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