After Hong Kong Park, we spent the rest of the afternoon leisurely strolling around another of Hong Kong’s neighborhoods, Wan Chai. We journeyed to Wan Chai via tram, which was a charming and cheap way to go around Hong Kong Island. As I’ve detailed here, Hong Kong’s trams are the only remaining double-decked trams in the world so aside from its old world charm, it’s a good thing to ride the tram, just in case they go extinct soon. Just remember to know your stop beforehand and count the number of stops along the way!
Amongst the remembrances of Wan Chai’s past, modern Hong Kong is fast creeping in, as epitomized by a Rolls Royce dealership (I heard the other day on the TV show Samantha Brown’s Asia that Hong Kong has the highest number in the world of Rolls Royce on a per capita basis):
I got myself a handmade woven bracelet from one of the aunties, a perfect addition for my arm party accessories.
Fabulous travels! Cheers!
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