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Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)

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Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)

10,778 Reviews
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MissDetox wrote a review Oct 17
Sydney, Australia299 contributions61 helpful votes
We caught the tram from Central Hong Kong instead of walking to our food destination. It was only a 10 minute ride but it was a fun thing to do. It was also very cheap. The trams are only located on the island not on the mainland.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mi Loco wrote a review Oct 14
Los Angeles, California11 contributions
The tram is an excellent easy to see Hong Kong island side for cheap. Cost less than $3 HKD or around 0.35 cents USD to ride as much stops as your heart desires. Depending on the time of day the frequency varies and make sure you get on the right tram in the right direction. Signs at the stops will tell you whether you the tram is headed east or west Only negative is that there isn't any air conditioning on these trams which can get pretty hot and humid
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Date of experience: September 2020
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PerBacco wrote a review Oct 6
Hong Kong, China36 contributions9 helpful votes
For only $2.60 cents you can enjoy a nice relaxing ride almost anywhere from Kennedy Town all the way to North Point. Just like the HK Star Ferry, this is still one of the convenient way to travel especially if you are not on a rush. Best to use outside rush hour as it doesn’t run fast and traffic around Sheung Wan and Causeway Bay can be annoying.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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J Steiner wrote a review Sep 2020
Hong Kong, China165 contributions389 helpful votes
The "Ding Ding" is one of cheapest methods of transportation in HK. You can use the Octopus card and at 1 point, it was free for senior citizens. It is a good way to see HK for tourists as it slowly makes its way across. It is subject to traffic as it shares the roads with buses and cars. In the summer, it is quite hot and depending on the time of day, it will be an oven not only from the heat but from the exhaust fumes from the buses and cars. Like the Star Ferry, the Ding Ding is the classical HK way to travel.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lee R wrote a review Jul 2020
Nolensville, Tennessee6 contributions1 helpful vote
Could see the city from street level. Can get on and off easily every few blocks. Sunday was not a good day due to the "helpers" off day. Real trolleys from the 30's through 60's in use.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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