No matter where you go, the price is the same. Experience travel that's over a hundred years old. You just have to ride the trams when you are in Hong Kong.
About Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)
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You can use your octopus card, just tap on the way out. Check the routes before taking the tram. The drivers are not very conversant in English and names sound very different in the local language. Take the upper deck for great views and old...More
My friend suggested I should experience riding the train. So, one day I got on the train. Sitting on the first row seat upstairs, I could enjoy watching the town, people and stores. All I did was sit and watch. After riding a while, I...More
This is a fun and cheap way to travel in Hong Kong. Much easier than the metro if you need to go up and down Connaught Road. Make sure you sit on the top for a great view!
Great way to observe life in Hong Kong especially from the second level.Generally it is better than the train as one can usually get a seat.
No traffic jam on independent tramways. No air conditioning. No closed windows. No seats at times. Access from rear side. Exit from front after Octopus or coin payments. Your eyes will get fixated on Hong Kong cultural scenery along ShauKeiWan to Happy Valley. Your heart...More
It is one of the traditional transport that only be found in Hong Kong Island. It is cheapest and greenest public transportation in HK. Tram holds a special place in the heart of Hong Kong citizens and is considered a city landmark, classified among the...More
Much like the Star Ferry, this slice of historic Hong Kong public transit pairs excellent sightseeing with a very low fare. Though the tram isn't air-conditioned, just grab a hand fan, sit on the second level, and watch Central roll by. You'll see historic architecture,...More
This is a practical way to get around Hong Kong Island. The cost is under 3HKD each ride, free with your Octopus card. I liked it because is it is so old school and a mixture of slow sightseeing with practical use and history. Learning...More