Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong
Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong

Things to see from a Hong Kong tram – 33-cent journey into history for visitors, and residents eager to escape cabin fever amid coronavirus outbreak

  • Street art, Hong Kong’s best park, the Noonday Gun, and ‘Instagram Pier’ – hop on a tram, open the windows and see the northern side of Hong Kong Island
  • From old-time district Shau Kei Wan in the east to Instagram Pier in the west, you can make a half-day trip out of it

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Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong
Trams on Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay. A cheap and reliable means of transport, they ply a 13km route along the north shore of Hong Kong Island. Photo: David Wong
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