Ding Ding

Hong Kong’s trams have rumbled through its streets since 1904. They’re still a perfect way to explore Hong Kong’s oldest and most authentic neighbourhoods, where family-run shops and traditional wet markets co-exist with exciting new ventures. Grab a seat on the upper deck, open the window and enjoy your journey through the city’s sights, sounds and smells! Hop on and off whenever you want to explore. At just HK$2.30 per trip, the tram is the most affordable way to see Hong Kong.

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Places to stay in Hong Kong

Hotel Jen
Comfortable hotel in authentic neighbourhood
508 Queen's Road West, Hong Kong
medium
Upper House
Understated chic & quiet luxury
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
high
Wontonmeen
Creative hub, hangout & hostel
1/F, No.135 Lai Chi Kok Road, Prince Edward
low
Ho Ho Hostel
Comfy community-based hospitality concept
Rm E, 2/F, National Court, 240-252 Nathan Road, Jordan
low

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