The tram system is one of the earliest forms of public transport in Hong Kong as they have been in existence for over one hundred years. The tramway runs on Hong Kong Island between Shau Kei Wan and Kennedy Town, with a branch line circulating Happy Valley. The trams which are an environmentally friendly mass transit system are not surprisingly a major tourist attraction.
No surprise then that previous posts on this blog about the Hong Kong Tramways are amongst some of the most visited. Therefore whilst I was in Hong Kong recently it seemed a good idea to take a walk down to Des Voeux Road and see which companies the trams are advertising this year.
There are many more but I hope you have enjoyed the small selection I captured on my walk
|Tram Stop Information|
|Map showing the current tram termini and major stops along the route.|
Trams in Hong Kong - August 2012
Hong Kong Trip 2010 - Trams
With thanks to the following sites for the background information included in this post. The links will take you directly to the pages on Hong Kong Tramways if you are interested in learning more about the history of the tramway.
Wikipedia - Hong Kong Tramways Hong Kong Tramways Hong Kong Extras
All photos unless stated otherwise are my own taken in January 2014
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