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Ding Ding Tram in Hong Kong

 Hong Kong Attractions

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Introduction to Ding Ding Tram

Ding Ding Tram, as the oldest tram in the world, only can be seen in Hong Kong Island nowadays. It got its name for sending out prompt sound of “ding ding ding” whenever it stops.

There is always figures of Ding Ding Tram in movies or series dramas whenever in need of street shots of 1930s. Ding Ding Tram, once an outcome of the age of metroplis last century, of which driving line is located in the CBD of Hong Kong, runnning through Sai Wan, Sheung Wan, Central Station, Wancha, Tai Koo, Shau Kei Wan and along the bank of Victoria Harbor, has already been a significant cultural symbol of Hong Kong, winning the love of Hong Kong people.

When describing urbanism in literature of the early 20th century, Ding Ding Tram crowded with passengers is often compared with canned sardines. However, most trams was replaced with the development of modern civilization, only be well preserved in fast-paced Hong Kong. It is clear that Hong Kong people have special feelings to the antique.

Passengers who take Ding Ding Tram mostly are rich in time for the tram running really slowly and pit stops frequently. Before get on the tram, better preparing a piece of newspaper or a book, or just looking out the window to feel prosperous Hong Kong.

Ancient Ding Ding Tram are still vibrant. It is not changed from highly polished pathway to carriages of antique style, continuing to witness the history and future of Hong Kong.
 

 

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Travel Information

Admission Fee:       Adults for one-way: 2.30 hkd;
                               Kids(3~12 years old) for one-way: 1.20 hkd;
                               The aged(above and include 65 years old) for one-way: 1.10 hkd;
                               Four-day pass:34 hkd;
                               One-month pass: 200 hkd.
Opening Hours:       6:00-24:00
Best Time to Visit:    Available all year round

   
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Transportation 

The six main routes:
Shau Kei Wan - Sheung Wan ( Western Market)
Shau Kei Wan - Happy Valley
Beijiao - Shek Tong Tsui
Causeway Bay - Shek Tong Tsui
Happy Valley - Kennedy Town
Shau Kei Wan - Kennedy Town

   
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Travel Tips 

1.Passengers should get in from the back door and get off from the front door.
2.Pay fare at the front door when getting off.
3.There is no ticket seller.

   
   

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