Tramway line was opened in 1904 and operates only on the northern side of Hong Kong Island. It's one of the oldest public transport in Hong Kong. The route is shown on the plate with the last destination point. The double-decker tramways run between Kennedy Town on the west and Shau Kei Wan on the east. Almost all routes pass through the city center (Central, Admiralty, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay). The fare is very cheap and costs only HK$2.3 for adults, HK$1.2 for children and HK$1 for senior citizens, regardless of distance. Tramways in Hong Kong perform not only transportation functions, but also became a popular sightseeing attraction. They are very comfortable for short distance or if you would like to explore the city. No change is given on trams, so any overpayment will not be refunded. route map
Peak Tram: A cable tram going up to Victoria Peak from Central district.