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Since 1904, trams have been running from East to West of Hong Kong Island. Over the last century, Hong Kong Tramways witnessed the development of Hong Kong, and the tram remains an efficient and the most economical mode of public transport in Hong...more
All reviews kennedy town octopus card the upper deck double decker trams seat upstairs causeway bay happy valley exact change per ride mode of transport wan chai fun ride tram ride public transport enjoy the view the hustle and bustle fare
It is cheap. It is a wonderful experience. You can use your Octopus card to pay, otherwise make sure you have coins. No change. Driver was not so friendly, but this is not a 'tourist ' service but a service for daily commuters. It is...More
Riding the tram is a fun and exceptionally cheap way to travel across the north of Hong Kong island. You enter via the rear of the tram, and exit from the front where you can register your trip on your octopus card. You can ride...More
Whenever I AM IN Hong Kong, Ding Ding is my main mode of transportation as it is most inexpensive (HKD 1.1 per trip for a senior) and convenient. The distance between 2 stops is not long hence even if you miss a stop you can...More
The hotel had a tramway at its doorway with the Northpoint depot stop around the corner.
Staying at the Grand View Hotel located close to the Northpoint MTR where most trams turnaround meant we could easily catch a tram.
Very rickety and dodgy but what...More
Lovely ride to see the city from Wan Chai to Causeway Bay. It does get crowded and jam though. Enter from the back of the tram and exit with tapping card makes it easier as you don't need to search for card and tap in...More
Ding Ding is the oldest transport on HK Island. Tourist should at least have a try. Not necessary to join the HK TramOramic Tour, you can just get in and get down at any tram stops between Kennedy Town in the west and Shau Kei...More
The MTR is a great system but not much to see as you burrow along under central Hong Kong. The trams though - you can get an idea where you are and where you are going. Octopus card makes everything so easy to use.
We were reading the reviews of HK and you must ride the Ding Ding. Yes, we ride the Ding Ding from our hotel to anywhere up and down in HK during our stay. Octopus card is amazing to use. The tram station is near our...More
Just look for the tracks on the road and follow - think at causeway it went a road up from the bayside main road but generally it ran parallel to the bay front or one road in. Make sure get on /queue at back as they are too... More
Just look for the tracks on the road and follow - think at causeway it went a road up from the bayside main road but generally it ran parallel to the bay front or one road in. Make sure get on /queue at back as they are too narrow and best to sit up top - it's cosy ! Work out westbound/eastbound - enjoy!
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There are tram stops located every couple of hundred yards along the route from Kennedy Town to Causeway Bay. They are like bus shelters. For example the one outside Admiralty is located in the middle of the roadway on a... More
There are tram stops located every couple of hundred yards along the route from Kennedy Town to Causeway Bay. They are like bus shelters. For example the one outside Admiralty is located in the middle of the roadway on a sort of island.