Trams in Hong Kong

In more than a century, the tram is the only means of transport in Hong Kong. It was also called “Ding Ding” by the locals because of the unique sound it makes. Trams move slowly in downtown so if you want to enjoy the view of the city then they are your best choice.

If you want to get the best views, you need to six next to the window on the upper deck. The tram passes some of the most beautiful spots in the city such as Cause Bay, Wan Chai and Western District.

There are mainly six routes between Kennedy Town and Shau Kei Wan from 06:00 to 24:00 daily. The 6 main routes are: Shau Kei Wan to Western Market; Shau Kei Wan to Happy Valley; North Point to Shek Tong Tsui; Causeway Bay to Shek Tong Tsui; Happy Valley to Kennedy Town as well as Shau Kei Wan to Kennedy Town.

The trams depart every 1.5 minutes during peak hours and you can find a tram station around every 250 meters. The fare is 2.3 HKD regardless of distance and you can also use the Octopus cards here. You can also buy a four day pass for HK$34, see more details at http://www.hktramways.com

Also see the info page on the Peak Tram

HK Tram Route Maps

Click on the image to see full PDF of tram stops and nearby attractions/streets:

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