Number 6 bus to Stanley
The Number 6 bus terminates at Stanley, on the southern tip of Hong Kong Island, famed for its sprawling market. The journey from Central is a gem, winding over Hong Kong Island’s verdant hills, and sweeping past the curve of Repulse Bay and its colorful apartment blocks.
Citybus no 6 or 6X from Central Bus Station, Exchange Square.
The famous Peak Tram has been going strong since 1888. The steep 10-minute funicular ride seems to pass just inches away from the apartment blocks en route to the top of Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Island’s highest point.
Lower Terminal: Garden Road, Central.
Glass lift up the Hopewell Centre
Ascend the great glass elevator outside the Hopewell Centre to the 62nd floor, with views of the streets below in all their vivid glory. Take a break at R66, the revolving restaurant and lounge at the top.
183 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui
Take a seat on the top deck of the Star Ferry between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui. If you leave at twilight, you’ll be rewarded with lofty towers lit up along Hong Kong’s skyline, as the sun quickly sinks. It’s a magical experience, and all for less than the price of a bus ride.
Central Star Ferry Pier
Cable-car from Ngong Ping to Tung Chung
The thrilling Ngong Ping 360, a 5.7km-long cable-car journey, travels between the Big Buddha and Tung Chung new town on Lantau island. The glass-bottomed Crystal Cabin gives a bird’s-eye view over the island’s grassland slopes.
Terminals: Ngong Ping village and Tung Chung