Hong Kong Tramways
Hong Kong Tramways-
Have you ever taken tramways?  Come experiece the trams in Hong Kong. 

Hong Kong Tramways  is one of the three tramways in the world.  It runs exclusively on double-deckers and the entire tram runs together with other vehicles on the street.  It is also one of the earliest forms of public transportation, serving from 1904 for over 100 years now.  The transportation of the tram has become a major attraction for tourists.  Hong Kong Tramways runs on Hong Kong Island between Shau Kei Wan and Kennedy Town, with a branch circulating Happy Valley around Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong.  The tramways system is about 30 km in total with six major overlapping routes of Hong Kong Tramways: Shaukeiwan, Western Market/ Shaukeiwan, Happy Valley/ North Point, Whitty Street/ Happy Valley, Kennedy Town/ Causeway Bay, Kennedy Town/ Western Market, and Kennedy Town. The fares on the trams are extremely cheap, only HK$2 for adults and HK$1 for children under 12 and senior citizens 65 and above. You can pay the exact fare in coins or Octopus card.
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