Standing at 428 metres above sea level, The Sky Terrace 428, is the highest viewing platform in HK. It offers a 360-degree panoramic view across Hong Kong. Unfortunately when we got to the top, it began to drizzle. I bet the view is even more stunning on a fair weather. Guess that’s a normal part of off-season travel. 😦 Next time, I’ll make sure to visit the spot at nighttime during a not-so-cloudy weather. 🙂
It’s great to be back in the blogosphere. xx
Welcome back kz
thanks Alison! i missed blogging. ❤
wow what a place! 😎
it was okay 🙂 i definitely should’ve visited at night when all the buildings are lit up 🙂
You are right, better on a clear day. The day after a hurricane is also interesting 😉
My boss is there now for a business trip. He mentioned going up there, I think.
hi David 🙂 i hope he gets a clear view.
I’ll have to ask him when he gets back next week.
The weather is a nice addition to the photo. Travel is travel, hope you enjoyed!
you’re right. i definitely enjoyed this particular travel because of the company (my family)
Thanks for the visit and the like. Your lay out is intriguing.
thank you 🙂
Regardless, it’s a great view and I love going up in that tram/train.