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Hong Kong Tramways

In a modern international city like Hong Kong, public transportation is both abundant and efficient, so you’re never short on options for how to get around. If you really want the authentic Hong Kong experience, you should ride the Hong Kong ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
October 2016

Our family couple and our 18 year old son had a weekend in Hong Kong and we booked the small group Hong Kong Island Food Tour. We didn't have much time in the area and this tour really made the most out of the time we had. The food was excellent, we went to restaurants we would never have found by ourselves and we were the only tourists in them. Between food stops Laura told us about the stores we were passing and explaining how the dried products on display were used in Chinese medicine. We had a ride on the Ding Ding trolley car between restaurants as well. There were 10 in our group, it was a great morning and the first thing we talk about when we tell people of our weekend in Hong Kong. Thanks, Laura for a great tour.

Doing what: Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour


5 star rating: Highly Recommended
November 2015

I really enjoyed this tour. Our guide, Jess, was knowledgeable and friendly. We made five different food stops which included dim sum, noodle soups, milk tea, roasted meats, and dessert. Food was quite filling and delicious.

We explored a few streets and a wet market during the tour. We also walked by the Mid-Levels Escalators, the longest covered escalators in the world, and we got to ride a ding ding tram.

I highly recommend this tour.

Doing what: Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour

Nilal W USA

4 star rating: Recommended
June 2016

It was better than I had anticipated. The routes are somewhat limited, but does provide a good introduction to the city. The price also, entitles the traveler to a gratis two day pass on the tramways. Be aware that the tram fare is very cheap, at HKD 2.3 per trip. Half this cost for seniors. The trams are usually packed and to get out, one has to push one's way through the crowd as the entrance is through a turnstile at the back and exit is at the front. Best sit upstairs.

Doing what: Hong Kong TramOramic Sightseeing Tour plus 2-Day Tramways Ticket

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