Waiting for the Tram at the foothill was a nightmare bcos visitors pushed, elbowed, nudged, talked loudly (especially from China) & we cramped like ‘sardines in a can’. Trams are large & could seat 60 pax. I’m amazed with its mint-condition both internally & externally. Kudos to the Maintenance Team. The ride reminds me of Penang Hill (Malaysia), just like the Ferries too. Going through beautiful Historical Gallery tunnels was a learning experience. Reaching the top, the station to alight is too small for such continuous large crowds as it jammed up & escalated unnecessary frustrations. First attraction is the Madame Tussarde Wax Museum, then retail shops followed wt the entrance to view at the SkyTerrace 428. It was so overcrowded that one could hardly move an inch. Depends on your luck, if it was a very cloudy evening or day, you see only clouds. But on a clear sky moment, it’s awesome. We went around 7pm for the purpose of enjoying both the daylight & nightlights of the 360 degrees spectacular views. Had good dinner in Peak Tower & overall we enjoyed much. Thanks to all the staff & management of The Peak who worked so hard & relentlessly to make a good feel visiting The Peak.
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