Looking to do something unique in the city this weekend? Check out our Hong Kong tram tour, and explore these local landmarks along the tram line.
After eating your Hong Kong-style breakfast, watching some classic Hong Kong movies and discovering these legendary Hong Kong icons, explore the city in classic 852 fashion. We’ve put together a D.I.Y. Hong Kong Tram Tour for you to get to know the city on one of the oldest forms of transport available. #tramstyle
Our Hong Kong tram tour will have you travelling in style
Hop aboard the Ding Ding and find some of Hong Kong's most iconic landmarks and cool spots with our D.I.Y. tram tour. Read the full story here: https://bit.ly/2kRklbC
Posted by Honeycombers Hong Kong on Wednesday, June 6, 2018
West District Public Cargo Depot AKA Instagram Pier
We begin at West District Public Cargo Depot, also known affectionately as Instagram Pier by Hong Kongers. Get your cameras out because you’ll be snapping tons of shots that are Instagram-worthy, and you’ll be walking away with pictures that will help you up your social media game. For those out that who want nothing to do with social media, we also hear you – the depot is still a great spot to watch the sun rise and set, and has a beautiful view of the sea.
This also make it to our list of best Instagram spots in Hong Kong.
West District Public Cargo Depot (AKA Instagram Pier), 8 Fung Mat Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 香港島石塘咀西環貨運碼頭(干諾道西與山道之交匯處以西的海旁)
Next stop on our Hong Kong tram tour, and one of the oldest landmarks in Sheung Wan, is Western Market, which is still in its original form from when it was built in the 1900s. Find inside the market many small stores including dessert stores, clothing stores and souvenir shops. On the second floor find rows upon rows of fabric stores and tailors that are run by local merchants. If you’re ever in need for a wedding venue with stunning architecture, the Western Market also acts as a great venue to have your wedding on it’s third and fourth floors. Look up when you’re inside to see the full beauty of this iconic landmark.
Western Market, Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 6029 2675, 上環德輔道中西港城
Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Building
Recently given a facelift, The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Building is located in Central and holds the final adjudication and interpretation on laws in the city under the two systems, one country principle. The building was originally constructed in the early 1900s as a Supreme Court and remains one of the most stunning and grand buildings architecturally-speaking in Hong Kong. Prepare to feel like you’ve been transported back in time when visiting!
Check out these other must-visit historic buildings in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Building, 8 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2123 0123, 中環昃臣道8號香港前立法會大樓
Pak Tai Temple
Yes, we know, it’s a bit out of the way from the Hong Kong tram line, but Pak Tai Temple, is a beautiful and quaint little temple located in Wan Chai that you can’t miss! Built in the late 1700s, and dedicated to Pak Tai, a Chinese Deity associated with water. Walk inside the temple to find mesmerising red walls, Taoist statues, ancient relics and plenty of offerings made by visitors.
Learn about the meaning behind different temples in Hong Kong.
Pak Tai Temple, 2 Lung On Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 2573 2086, 灣仔隆安街2號北帝廟
This quirky-named organisation aims to promote visual arts in the Hong Kong, and acts regularly as a platform that supports local art exhibitions. Though the building was originally built in the 1900s and used to serve the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, it is now all about encouraging individuals to collaborate in art, the creative process, and fuel creative experimentation. Walk in to find cool, edgy and diverse art by a number of young, talented, local individuals.
Art lovers will want to read our guide to art galleries in Hong Kong.
Oi!, 12 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 2512 3000, 香港北角油街12號
Chun Yeung Street Wet Market
Last stop on our Hong Kong tram tour is the Chun Yeung Street Wet Market. Wet markets are a staple in Hong Kong culture, and what makes Chun Yeung Street so special is that the tram line runs right through it! Find busy stores selling fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, meat, clothes, jewellery and much more.
Chun Yeung Street Wet Market, 91-103 Chun Yeung Street, North Point, Hong Kong, 北角春秧街春秧街91-103號春秧街傳統市場