Braemar Hill

Coordinates: 22°17′3.33″N 114°12′1.75″E / 22.2842583°N 114.2004861°E / 22.2842583; 114.2004861Braemar Hill (Chinese: 寶馬山; Jyutping: bou2 maa5 saan1) is a hill at the south of North Point on the Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The hill was likely named after the Scottish village of Braemar by the British officials. The district is largely residential. Choi Sai Woo Park is a recreational park on the hill. A private tertiary institution Hong Kong Shue Yan University along with Chinese International School are located near the hilltop. Besides residential use, this area has many schools.

Panorama of Hong Kong from a lookout on Braemar Hill
Luxury Residence on Braemar Hill

The Government of Hong Kong is starting to build a Pedestrian Link and Escalator system between Braemar Hill and Fortress Hill, which has an MTR Station.[1][2]

Residential estate and Cheung Chuk Shan College on Cloud View Road (雲景道)

Housing estatesEdit

  • Tempo Court (天寶大廈)
  • Ho King View (豪景)
  • Braemar Hill Mansions (賽西湖大廈)
  • Sky Horizon (海天峰)
  • Pacific Palisades (寶馬山花園)
  • Kingsford Garden (瓊峯園)
  • Wilshire Towers (慧雅閣)
  • Braemar Heights
  • Maiden Court (萬德閣)
  • Broadview Terrace (雅景臺)
  • Evelyn Towers (雲景台)
  • Seaview Garden (海景台)
  • Summit Court (雲峰大廈)
  • Hilltop Mansion (峰景大廈)
  • Hanking Court (恆景園)
  • Coral Court (珊瑚閣)
  • Sky Scraper (摩天大廈)
  • Flora Garden (富麗園)
  • Beverley Heights (富豪閣)
  • Oxford Court (豐林閣)
  • Viking Villas (威景臺)

Because of its location and house pricing, Braemar Hill is considered one of the more affluent neighbourhoods in the city.


Bus no. 27



Nearby hillsEdit


  1. ^ "Proposed construction of Braemar Hill Pedestrian Link gazetted". Retrieved 2020-02-08.
  2. ^ 陳晶琦 (2019-06-28). "寶馬山興建行人通道系統 炮台山道、雲景道等部分行人道永久封閉". 香港01 (in Chinese). Retrieved 2020-02-08.