Star Ferry
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Star Ferry is one of the important modes of transportation in Hong Kong and connects Tsim Sha Tsui and Central on both banks of Victoria Harbor.
Star Ferry was launched by a British company in 1898 when Hong Kong was a British colonial era. After that, although the operation was temporarily suspended due to World War II, it is a historic company that has been re-operated after the end of the war and continues to the present day. The ship is a two-layer type, with upper and lower layers, and the charges are different. Generally, the lower layer is used for commuting and the upper layer is used by tourists, and the view from the upper layer is popular with tourists because they can see the skyscrapers of Hong Kong up close. All seats are unreserved, so go to the boarding gate early and take the window side. The recommended route is Tsim Sha Tsui-Wan Chai, which has a long boarding time and operates along the skyscrapers of Hong Kong.
The fare is set to a reasonable level, and it is set so that you can fully pay for it just by going back and forth for sightseeing purposes. There are many flights and there is little waiting time, so if you have time, it might be a good idea to board the ship in a light mood. The hull of Star Ferry itself is also popular, and it is often called Konoha because of its shape and color, and it seems that the moving figure is moving while being shaken by the waves, and it really looks like Konoha.

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