Trams

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Trams haven been running on Hong Kong Island for over a century, and is one of the largest double-deck tram fleet still in operation in the world.

Riding on a tram is a good way to explore the city view of the northern edge of Hong Kong Island side. Get a good seat on the upper deck gives you the best view of the bustling Hong Kong street life.

It has 6 main routes running from Kennedy Town (very west) to Shau Kei Wan (very east) with a flat rate of HK$2.3/ride for adults and HK$1.2/ride for child. Cash (exact change is required) and Octopus Card are accepted, pay when you getting off. Service hours from 6am-midnight.

4-day Pass (HK$34) is also available but unless you like it very much it is time consuming. Don’t take a tram if you are in hurry, it is slow. Tram doesn’t have air conditioning and it could be hot to ride on during summer. Oh! one more thing, remember to get on at the back, and get off at front!

 

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