Immerse yourself for the next 25 minutes @ 5.7 km. Hong Kong Ngong Ping 360 offers a journey of 360 degree spectacular panoramic views.
This ride is from Tung Chung Town Centre down to Ngong Ping, Lantau Island.
Encompassing bird's eye views of the South China Sea and Tung Chung Bay, Scenic Mountains, the Hong Kong International Airport, the whole North Lantau Country Park and introducing the Ngong Ping Village where you can visit the Tian Tan Buddha Statue and Monkey's Tale Theater.
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This World-Class Tourist Attraction was officially opened to public on September 18, 2006. For safety and reliability, the HongKongNgong Ping 360 cable car utilizes the bi-cable rope technology which has less environmental impact and offers a very smooth gliding transit.
A total of 17 persons are allowed in a single cabin car with only 10 sitting capacity, the rest will be standing.
This very unique attraction is operating from 10:00am to 6:00pm on weekdays, 10:00am to 6:30pm on weekends and from 9:00am to 6:30pm on Special Holidays.
Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Terminals are situated in Tung Chung and Ngong Ping, Lantau Island in Hong Kong.
Tung Chung Terminal is adjacent to the MTR's Tung Chung Station in Tung Chung Town Centre. The terminal is therefore quickly accessed via the MTR and alternatively by bus or taxi and the best direct routes are the following;
Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car (Standard Cabin) fares as follows;
Cable car service hours: weekdays = 10:00am - 6:00pm; weekends & public holidays = 9:00am - 6:30pm
For complete information about NP360 ticket prices and special packages, please visit the NP360 ticketing page.
Important: If you're already in Tung Chung and for any reason you decide not to take the Cable Car, please be informed that there's an alternate Bus route from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping.
Board on Bus No.23 from Tung Chung Town Centre Bus Terminus (close to Tung Chung MTR station or adjacent to the Citygate Outlets) to Ngong Ping Bus Terminus, 48 minutes @ HK$17.2.
And, from Lo Wu (if coming from Shenzhen China) when you want to go directly to the Giant Buddha, here's the best route.
Take the MTR East Rail Trains for a 42 minute ride all the way to East Tsim Sha Tsui Station (HK$36.5).
Interchange trains to MTR Trains, get on Tsuen Line towards Central and get off atCentral MTR Station(HK$9). Exit and get on-board the Ferry to Mui Wo, Lantau Island (Mon-Sat: Ordinary Class (HK$11.3) and Deluxe (HK$17.8), Sun and Public Holiday: Ordinary Class (HK$16.7) and Deluxe (HK$26).
A few meters away, you can get on the Bus No.2 to the Giant Buddha at Ngong Ping Village (Mon-Sat (HK$16) and Sun/Public Holiday (HK$25).
Here's to read more information about getting to Ngong Ping 360 thru MTR Trains specially if coming from Kowloon area.
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Mar 21, 18 06:28 PM
Hi this is our first time going so would require a lot of help! ><
Nov 20, 17 02:32 PM
hi im traveling alone i need to know how much would it cost for the disney land ticket ?
Nov 20, 17 02:31 PM
We have booked homestay in Jordan,can you guide me the places to go?We have 1 elderly so we cant walk much or take the mtr. So i would like to know the
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