Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

Taylor Swift follows me around, well whenever I walk, travelling around places that I know,  adventuring her music does, her song often follows me around, in this case as I was walking out from the Peak tram into the Victoria Peak Mall- The Peak Galleria.. In which her music keeps following me all the way through the afternoon…  As I walk onwards from the top from the Tram terminal… Is the entrance into The Peak Galleria Mall in which is situated on top of the summit that adjoins connecting towards the Peak Tower…

As I was walking out from the Tram terminal section into The Peak Tower shopping complex in which the first section that I’ve walking into is more a self-contained version of the tidy Temple Street Night markets- The Peak Markets in which the atmosphere almost felt the same with the real thing across the Victoria Harbour… As walking through the self-contained version of Temple Street also ladies market, from there within has the Official Souvenirs Boutique. , in finding the way out then finding away into the main lobby of the Peak Tower Mall, in which the mall was aerated with lots lighted window absorbing the outside views of surroundings views in from the views from all the distance views from Central beyond towards cityscape outlines of Tsim Sha Tsui  as you could see the building through the enormous window building wall the two towers the IFC then the ICC extensively to the mountains of New Territories…..

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 Making ways towards the outside towards the top of the building to it viewing platform in which the views are breath taking remarkable than viewing Auckland from the Sky tower, in which the more Organic One Tree Hill is the best choice with more of it natural surroundings.. the Victoria Peak Tower Mall offers in which best of both worlds of that in which the roof top platform- The Sky Terrace 428 overview in which 428 meters above sea level..  Adjacently down the building is in combination with it’s or it older oriental traditional modern Qing Dynasty Chinese pavilion counterpart …..

It takes a several flights off elevators in in reaching the many opens space layers of floors of shopping to get to the roof view platform… In which I could basically spend hours in taking with breath taking views encompassing all of Hong Kong, in which Given that I had an interesting Cannon camera I could take some interesting angled landscaping, street views..  From afar…..there are several features within the Victoria Peak Tower, like the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, in which features many extreme detail wax works with various Hollywood and local mainland celebrities, also movie characters…

That Iconic Hong Kong view from that Iconic Nine Lions Pavilion with those modern Ming Dynasty garden pavilion elements that witnesses to untold stories..

On the viewing platform there are various sides of looking at Hong Kong in which you’ll see the transition from the more serenity less to the intense populated side of Hong Kong Island in looking out in the scenic mountainous bays distance of Kellet- Telegraph- Pok Fu Lam’s Sandy Bay…

From viewing the other platform is The Victoria Peak Galleria, in which is closely adjacent of Peak Tower is another mall in which has a self-contained museum with various eateries, restaurants… from the outside there’s an older Trams. In which exhibits what the tram looks back in the older days, where walking inside even its converted with that minty white interior metical paint, into a visitor centre, in which as I enter inside the cabin in the train I could see some sense of history with the relics of mechanisms, installation gears of that era of that time..

looking from the the Lion Pavilion, looking at the all encompassing history that ever so writing untold stories of Hong Kong ……

As walking out from the minty white green line livery tram visitors centre, I noticed something  down the walking tracks of Findlay Road, in which is something Iconic is call The Lion’s Pavilion.. In which has the hallmarks of a traditional Chinese Ming Dynasty modern Pavilion viewing platform in which…   has nine unique styles hand crafted lions, none that look the same looking at different key points of Hong Kong. The lion Pavilion has an awesome viewing position that encompass the urban side of the island also looking towards the New territories mountain hills.. in which is elegantly structured with white marble or concrete with Ming Dynasty masonry works, the pavilion is painted with maroon red, not that type of maroon red purple that can found on the walls of the Forbidden City in Beijing…..


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