Kind of mentioned in the previous post, but I made my first trip to Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China and once a colony of England. Now, for me, it's a fun and easy place to visit because I don't need a visa and it's not to far from Japan.
I'm going to put up a few post for Hong Kong but this one will focus on mass transit options, for example below is old-school Chinese boat. I'm not sure this is normal as a form of transit, but I like to think it is. Also, I think that is gas powered, those sails don't seem to be doing anything other than looking nice.
In addition to a subway, the other main form of transit is 2 level trams.
First things first, you have to remind local people how to behave on the trams, there was other signs too keep your arms in the windows. The other funny sign was where the emergency exit was, in the event of an emergency you had to use the front or rear door to exit.
These trans are really cool and convenient. There are so many in the system that you rarely have to wait long to jump on and ride, but they do get stuck in bad traffic.
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