Hong Kong's main transport are the "Ding Ding" Tram , even till now the "Ding Ding" are still remained in their 30,40s’design. Running along the northern side of Hong Kong Island, regardless of passing by Sheung Wan, Western District, Central or Admiralty, within this few minutes of ride commuter are able to experiences a fusion of 1950s to 21th century. These double-decker trams have been travelling through Hong Kong's busiest streets since 1904s and continue to be an affordable and leisure way to get around. Neighborhoods that might pass through on your journey include some of Hong Kong's most colorful suburbs, such as Western district, Wan Chai, Happy Valley, Causeway Bay and North Point. (10-15min)
Da Siu Yan
One of Hong Kong culture are Villain hitting - "Da Siu Yan". It is a traditional old folk tales popular in Hong Kong. Villain hitting ceremonies are often seen at the road side performed by old ladies with fast chanting. (25-30min)
Mid-Levels Escalators are providing an effortless method of transportation between these districts for residents. This has opened up large tracts of "SoHo". Many restaurants have opened around all the elevated level. (Serving as a method of transporting, it links Des Voeux Road in Central with Conduit Road in the Mid-levels. It cost HKD240 million to build. The entire system covers over 800 metres in distance and it is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world.)
Stone Slab Street
Get Into the centuries-old “Stone Slab Street”, these bazaars are also constituted by terraced shops which are selling local’s daily goods and tourist souvenirs.
Aberdeen The Typhoon Shelter
The typhoon shelter (shipyard) on the south side of Hong Kong Island still keeps the traditional fishing living culture. Special arrangements are provided for you to take a ride by Walla-walla. (20-30min)
Ap Lei Chau Outlets
Ap Lei Chau Outlets boasts furniture and fashion factory outlets, including upscale and cutting-edge brand retailers (JOYCE WAREHOUSE、VIVIENNE WESTWOOD、PRADA、 MIU MIU、GUCCI)
Aberdeen Wah Fu Estates
In Aberdeen - one of the oldest public housing in Hong Kong is called Wah Fu Estates. People believe that Wah Fu Estates is enriching with good Feng Shui, hence by living there would make the residents wealthier. Wish to experience such fortune? Please come let the fortune shower upon you.