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E-Ticket: Peak Tram Round Trip, Sky Terrace and Hong Kong Tramways

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Explore the most popular Tramway System in Hong Kong, including 1-hour audio-guided “TramOramic Tour” by taking a double deckered Hong Kong Tramways (HKT), Audio guide in Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish, Russian. You will also haver round trip Peak Tram E-ticket with access to special group entry to skip the line, admission of Sky Terrace E-Ticket, the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong.

Itinerary Details

Visit: TramOramic Tour - Causeway Bay Terminus, 88 Yee Wo St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Take MTR, get off at MTR Causeway Bay Station, walk out from Exit E, go to Regal Hongkong Hotel. You will find Causeway Bay Terminus outside this hotel.

You will take an 1-hour audio-guided sightseeing tour named as “TramOramic Tour” from here.

Departure time: 11:15am
From: Causeway Bay Terminus (Address: 88 Yee Wo St, Causeway Bay)
To: Western Market Terminus (Address: 308 Des Voeux Rd Central, Sheung Wan)

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: TramOramic Tour - Western Market Terminus, 308 Des Voeux Rd Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

First, you will enjoy an 1-hour Orientation Tour of Hong Kong Tramways. It is well known as TramOramic Tour, designed for the first time visitors of Hong Kong. It goes from Causeway Bay to Western Market.

You will take a tram featuring a 1920's style tramcar with an open top upper deck and a vintage cabin lower deck. It has a historical exhibit on board, a gallery to discover the history of the 100-year-old tram. Audio guide is available in 8 languages: Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish and Russian.

Since 1904, the tramway runs on Hong Kong Island between Kennedy Town and Shau Kei Wan, with a branch circulating through Happy Valley. It is the world's largest operational double-decker tram. Each tram departure is approximately 1.5 minutes during peak hours. The maximum capacity of each tram is 115 people. The average tram speed was around 30 kilometres per hour (19 mph).

The total length of Hong Kong Tramways (HKT) is 13km (8.1 mile) (track length 30km (19 mile). HKT currently has around 120 tram stops. There are six overlapping routes:

Kennedy Town ↔ Happy Valley
Kennedy Town ↔ Shau Kei Wan
Shek Tong Tsui ↔ Causeway Bay
Shek Tong Tsui ↔ North Point
Western Market ↔ Shau Kei Wan
Happy Valley ↔ Shau Kei Wan

You will arrive at Western Market Terminus at 12:15.

Now it is time to hop-on to a local tram like locals. Please use your unlimited Hong Kong Tramways 2-day pass, take a 10-minute ride from 77W Western Market Terminus to 66W Cotton Tree Drive (6 stops).

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Peak Tram Historical Gallery, Peak Tram Lower Terminus, Hong Kong China

Walk for 1 minute from 66W Cotton Tree Drive Station to Peak Tram Lower Terminas at Garden Road. Use your Peak Tram E-ticket to access the special entry to skip the line.

The Peak Tram is the first tramway system in Hong Kong. It started service in May 1888 (16 years earlier than HKT). It carries both tourists and residents to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island. Running from Garden Road Admiralty to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels, it provides the most direct route and offers good views over the harbour and skyscrapers of Hong Kong. Operated for over 125 years, there's nothing in the world like riding the 373 meters long Peak Tram to visit the Victoria Peak. Many skyscrapers buildings you passed by look like they leaning at a 45 degree angle!

Duration: 20 minutes

Visit: Peak Tower, No. 1 Lugard Road, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong China

Use your Sky Terrace E-ticket.

Standing at 428 metres above sea level, the Sky Terrace is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across Hong Kong, including Victoria Harbour.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong China

Use your return Peak Tram ticket to go down the peak. Walk for 1 minute to 66W Cotton Tree Drive Station, take tramway to 72W Pottinger Street (3 stops).

Pottinger Street
It is known as the Stone Slabs Street by the locals. The street was named after Henry Pottinger, the first Governor of Hong Kong in 1858. There are many small local shops placed aside the stone steps. It is also a place of selling nostalgia. Taiwan Director Ang Lee's award winning "Lust, Caution" was partly filmed at here)

Duration: 30 minutes

Visit: Mid-levels Escalator, Connaught Road, Central and West Distict, Hong Kong China

You might take a ride on the Mid-Level Escalators which links Des Voeux Road in Central with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels. It is 800m long, the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world.

Duration: 20 minutes

Visit: Star Ferry Central Pier, Star Ferry Pier, Man, Kwong St, Central, Hong Kong

It takes 15 minute to walk from Pottinger Street to Star Ferry Central Pier.

The Star Ferry is an important part of the commuter system between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The National Geographic Traveler named the ferry crossing as one of the 50 places of a lifetime to visit. You can ride the acclaimed Star Ferry across Victoria Harbour from Central Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui. It costs about HKD3 one way.

Duration: 15 minutes

Visit: Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong China

After arriving at Tsim Sha Tsui Pier, you might walk along the 440 meter long promenade of Avenue of the Stars. It has over 100 handprints of some of the biggest superstars.

Duration: 15 minutes

Visit: Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower, Salisbury Road, Waterfront Promenade, Hong Kong China

The Clock Tower was part of former Kowloon Station of Kowloon-Canton Railway since 1915. The main terminus building was demolished in 1978 leaving only the clock tower. It is a landmark from the Age of Steam and has been listed as a declared monument in Hong Kong since 1990.

Spend the rest of the day in Tsim Sha Tsui. The most visited places are Nathan Road and Canton Road, the home of many upscale retail shops, shopping centres and restaurants.

Duration: 10 minutes