The Peak Galleria

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The Peak Galleria
The Peak Galleria 200908.jpg
The Peak Galleria viewed from the Peak Tower
Location Victoria Gap, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°16′13″N 114°09′00″E / 22.2703°N 114.1499°E / 22.2703; 114.1499Coordinates: 22°16′13″N 114°09′00″E / 22.2703°N 114.1499°E / 22.2703; 114.1499
Address 118 Peak Road
Opening date February 5, 1993
Owner Hang Lung Properties
Architect aedas
No. of floors 4
Parking Y
Public transit access Terminus for bus and minibus
The Peak Galleria entrance

The Peak Galleria (Chinese: 山頂廣場; Jyutping: saan1 deng2 gwong2 coeng4) is a leisure and shopping complex and a tourist attraction located at Victoria Gap, near the summit of Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is owned and run by Hang Lung Properties.[1] It includes a bus terminus for public buses run by New World First Bus and a green minibus route that serves the Peak.

The shopping complex houses a number of eateries. It also has a free-entry observatory deck on level 3, which is larger than the one at the Peak Tower.[2]


The building has been situated at its site since 1993.

From 2013 until its closure in 2018, Hong Kong Trams Station, a museum and gift shop focused on the history of Hong Kong Tramways, was located in the complex.[3]

The Peak Galleria is now under renovation from 2016 and is scheduled to finish in 2017 - 2018.[4] However, the business of some shops in the mall are as usual.

See also


  1. ^ "Contact us". Hang Lung Properties,
  2. ^ "Lonely Planet review for Peak Galleria" Lonely Planet. Retrieved 4 March 2012
  3. ^ "【叮叮情】私營博物館欠支援 電車文化館難逃「殺館」命運 (in Chinese)". 香港01. 6 July 2018. Archived from the original on 19 September 2018. Retrieved 19 September 2018.
  4. ^ "Hang Lung to renovate Peak Galleria" Inside Retail HK. Retrieved 1 February 2017

External links

  • The Peak Galleria homepage

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