Hundreds of stargazers camped out in Sai Kung, Clear Water Bay, and Stanley last night to witness what they hoped would be a spectacular display from the Leonid meteors. The Observatory predicted that the annual display of shooting stars would climax between 1.30am and 2.30am today. It also said Hong Kong would be among the best places in the world for observation. Hong Kong Space Observers president Chan Ming-fai said more than 100 people joined a stargazing camp in Shuen Wan, Tai Po, last night. 'Theoretically, Sunday night will be much better than Saturday evening because it is the time the peak show arrives,' he said. Stargazers only saw a few of the meteors on Saturday night, but a spokesman for the Observatory said the weather early this morning should have been perfect for observers. 'It will be cloudless and clear, very suitable for watching the Leonid meteor shower,' he said. Citybus and Kowloon Motor Bus arranged special services to and from Stanley, Clear Water Bay and Sai Kung.