Lions Pavillion at The Peak - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama was taken from the Lions Pavilion, which is close to the The Peak Galleria Shopping Centre. This offers a panoramic view over part of Hong Kong Island, which, while not as expansive as the views at the top of The Peak, are free. It took a while to get the images without crowds of people, as the Lions Pavilion is a very popular tourist spot. Behind the pavilion were the obligatory people offering to take your picture, super-impose it on images of Hong Kong and sell it to you. These temporary work stations included laptops, cameras and printers running of car batteries.
Lions Pavillion at The Peak - Hong Kong visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Lions Pavillion at The Peak' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hong Kong.
Lions Pavillion is a few minutes walk from the Peak Tower and one of the busiest spots for tourists visiting Victoria Peak. The panoramic viewpoint looking out over Hong Kong attracts up to seven million visitors a year, so jostling for position to take photographs can be difficult especially as this section is one area that does not charge an admission fee.
This area is decorated in traditional Chinese style with architectural flourishes, symbols and statuettes.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Tram: The Peak Tram Bus: 15 from Central Pier, 15B from Causeway Bay (Tin Hau),