An upgrade project is carried out on Peak Tram in 1989, completed by Swiss Company, Von Roll. The project also includes the renewal of the tram fleet with two new 2-car trams.
Climbing up to the Barker Road Stop at 363 metres above sea level. This is the last intermediate stop before reaching the terminus at the Victoria Peak. Passengers may enjoy the great view of th... (more)
Two Peak Tramcars of the 4th generation which were in operations during 1959-1989 are preserved, and one of them is used as a visitor information centre at the Peak piazza. It still carries a hea... (more)
An 8 minute ride for a reasonable price (I can't remember what it now off the top of my head) provided a great view of impressive Hong Kong skyline. The ride itself was pretty memorable, with grad... (more)
As the Peak Tram pulls into the terminal, the break system is engaged. Also note the angle on front and back of the tramway.
Few minutes after climbing up to the Victoria Peak from the lower terminus under the building with round-corner windows, the Peak Tram reaches its first stop at Kennedy Road at 56 metres above sea... (more)
Climbing up to the Victoria Peak where you can have an overview of the Hong Kong's famous harbour.