Do you know when the bus first appeared in Hong Kong? It turns out Hong Kong had the first in operation more than a century ago!
In the 1970s and 80s, the bus industry rapidly expanded, with routes added in Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and New Territories. It was also during this era that bus models flourished.
Hong Kong is a small place with a large population, and there was a strong demand for public transportation. During the British colonial era, Hong Kong introduced the iconic double-decker buses from London.
Today, the double-deckers in Hong Kong are lightweight, fuel efficient, and can carry a large number of passengers. It has become one of the most popular means of public transportation in Hong Kong.
This beautiful full-colour non-fiction book takes us on a journey to discover the how the Hong Kong buses developed over the years, including interesting historical facts that you may not have expected. A great addition to the book shelf of any vehicle-loving reader!
Hardcover | 64 pages | 230mm x 185mm
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