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Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)

10,771 Reviews

Hong Kong Tramways (Ding Ding)

10,771 Reviews
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GlobeExpress wrote a review Jan. 2021
Sydney, Australia108 contributions45 helpful votes
If you want to skip the MTR these trams are the best 40 cents you’ll ever spend. Pick one up in Central and checkout Causeway Bay. I believe that one tram operates as a restaurant. Note places to visit as you cruise on by. They get pretty crowded but follow the locals.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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SIAN wrote a review Dec. 2020
29 contributions6 helpful votes
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Love the ding ding..a slow and easy way to appreciate the city view and watching people hurrying on the streets from the trams top floor. It's also economical. You pay HKD 2.60 for a flat fee and travel from the very west to the very east
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Angus C wrote a review Oct. 2020
Auburn, Australia5 contributions4 helpful votes
Relaxation of viewing mongkok, tsim sa, etc. Even the night the lights of hong kong is alight and alive.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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MissDetox wrote a review Oct. 2020
Sydney, Australia300 contributions87 helpful votes
We caught the tram from Central Hong Kong instead of walking to our food destination. It was only a 10 minute ride but it was a fun thing to do. It was also very cheap. The trams are only located on the island not on the mainland.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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PerBacco wrote a review Oct. 2020
Hong Kong, China40 contributions26 helpful votes
For only $2.60 cents you can enjoy a nice relaxing ride almost anywhere from Kennedy Town all the way to North Point. Just like the HK Star Ferry, this is still one of the convenient way to travel especially if you are not on a rush. Best to use outside rush hour as it doesn’t run fast and traffic around Sheung Wan and Causeway Bay can be annoying.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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