Hong Kong Tram Ride



📍 Kowloon City, HK
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Hong Kong Tramways (HKT) operates a narrow-gauge tram system with a track width of 106 cm in Hong Kong. Managed and owned by RATP Dev, this tram network serves Hong Kong Island, stretching between Kennedy Town and Shau Kei Wan, and features an additional branch route through Happy Valley.

Established in 1904 during the period of British administration, Hong Kong’s tram system stands as one of the earliest public transportation modes in the city. From its inception, it has exclusively utilized electric trams and has never employed horse-drawn or steam-powered trams. Remarkably, it boasts the world’s largest fleet of operational double-decker trams, representing a unique characteristic within tram networks.

Beyond its daily use by commuters, the tram system garners popularity among tourists and is recognized as one of the most environmentally friendly means of transportation within the city.

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