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Peak Tram Terminus
33 Garden Road

The peak tram is the oldest form of machine driven transport in Hong Kong since 1888. The old terminus, situated on 33 Garden Road, was demolished and replaced by the present one under St. John’s Building in the early 1980s. The tramway covers a distance of about 1,400m, with the highest 397m above sea level and 27 degree of track gradient. The tram first used a steam generated engine carrying only 30 passengers. It was replaced by an electric motor in 1926. The system was computerized in 1989 and the passenger capacity is now increased to 120. The journey to the Peak takes about 7 minutes.

Opening Hours: 7:00 am - 12:00 am daily
Tel: 2522 0922

Peak Tram Terminus
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