Sunset at Kowloon Peak
Sunrise and Sunset

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If you think you must climb to a considerable height to enjoy the spectacular sunrise, Kowloon Peak, at an elevation of 603 metres only, tells you it is not always the case.  As the highest summit on Kowloon Peninsula, Kowloon Peak has a viewing point that commands unobstructed views stretching as far as Port Shelter – the sun emerges from behind such islands as Kau Sai Chau, Tiu Chung Chau, and Town Island, giving the turquoise sea a bar of golden light.  The other side of it offers sunset and nightscape of the city. Here, we could  overlook Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island, and looks out on Lion Rock on its west

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Transportation Information

Take public transport to the entrance of Fei Ngor Shan Road. Then walk along Fei Ngor Shan Road for 75-minute to the viewing points.

Green minibus routes - 1, 1A, 11 and 11B

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Hong Kong eTransport web page

Route Map

The map below shows the location of the scenic spot.
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