The Peak Tram
Access to the Peak Tram Central Terminus is a ten-minute walk through Hong Kong Park, which is adjacent to the hotel. Guests can take a tram to Sky Terrace 428, a high observation platform in Hong Kong, to enjoy a fabulous panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
Hong Kong Observation Wheel
Located at the Central Harbourfront, the 60-metre-high Hong Kong Observation Wheel offers spectacular views of Victoria Harbour. Catch a ride at sunset to see rows of skyscrapers softly lit up and the horizons on both sides of the harbour come to life in glittering beauty.
The attraction is open from 12 noon to 10pm from Monday to Thursday, 11am to 11pm from Friday to Sunday, public holidays and eves of public holidays.
Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland overlooks Penny's Bay on Lantau Island and is easily accessible via MTR.
This spectacular theme park brings together great rides, shows and attractions from Disney theme parks around the world.
Ocean Park and Ocean Park's Water World
Ocean Park Hong Kong is a theme park that is sure to provide fun for the whole family. From tropical rainforests and polar expeditions to educational exhibits and thrilling roller coaster rides, the park has it all. Take MTR or Citybus Route 629, which runs every day from Admiralty MTR station, to reach Ocean Park.
Ocean Park's Water World transports you into a a mystical, hidden civilisation at one with the wonders of water and nature. Visitors can take the Shuttle Bus directly from Ocean Park Main Entrance to Water World.
The Star Ferry has been transporting passengers for more than a century. For only HKD 2.60 to HKD 4.20, guests can enjoy this 7-minute ride and soak up the ambience of one of the world's busiest harbours with cargo, cruise ships and the occasional junk sailing by.
Yuen Po Street Bird Garden
With 70 bird stalls showcasing a variety of melodious songbirds, this garden of courtyards and moongates is a sensory treat for eyes and ears.
Songbirds remain a favourite pet of locals. Merchants stock items such as fancy teak cages and tiny porcelain water bowls.
The garden is open from 7am to 8pm, and accessible via Prince Edward MTR.