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Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Cable Car Group Tour with Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island

  • Avoid any lines at the Ngong Ping 360 cable car with your prebooked ticket
  • Relax with door-to-door transport from your Hong Kong or Kowloon hotel
  • Hear the history of the Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery from a guide
Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Cable Car Group Tour with Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island
From $134.76
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Standard Cabin Cable CarMost Popular
Please provide your hotel name and address upon booking. You will be picked up from your hotel lobby on the list, or inform the nearest pickup hotel to go, with a clear map, and pickup time.
From $134.76
Crystal Cabin Cable Car
Equipped with a glass bottom, the Crystal Cabin is designed to feast your eyes with an astonishing bird’s eye view. Feel the magic of the boundless sea and the rolling grassland.
From $154.05
Airport Express + Crystal Tour
Day 1: Airport Express Train & Free Hotel Shuttle Bus from 06:00 to 23:00 / Day 2: Crystal Cabin Tour + Lunch + Tai O Village boat ride / Any day from Day 3: Airport Express bus / train transfer
From $175.05
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Spend the day on Lantau Island and check off its highlights in one easy trip. With prebooked tickets to save you time and avoid hassle, this day trip also includes round-trip transport from Hong Kong for extra convenience. Travel with a guide by coach, cable car, and boat to discover the Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, and Tai O fishing village. A vegetarian Chinese lunch is also included.
What to Expect
After hotel pickup, ascend Lantau Peak via the Ngong Ping 360, a cable car that connects Tung Chung to the Po Lin Monastery and one of the world’s largest outdoor Buddhas, the Tian Tan Buddha.

As the urban sights slip into the distance, the views are soon replaced with sweeping vistas of the South China Sea. Gaze at Hong Kong International Airport and admire aerial views of the Tian Tan Buddha before you visit it.

The route from the cable car to the Buddha is steep, but if you decide to walk, the views make the 268-step climb worthwhile. Otherwise, take the shuttle bus and then visit the Buddha museums and Po Lin Monastery, a pilgrimage site considered sacred by Buddhists.

Relax over a vegetarian lunch at the monastery and then travel by coach to Tai O. Cruise around its stilt houses, contrasting the fishing village to heady Hong Kong today.

Finally, return to your Hong Kong hotel.
Reviews (39)
1 - 5 of 22 reviews
Reviewed October 27, 2018 via mobile
A must see

Totally amazing, we took the cable cars which was great ( glass bottom) and had the day walking up to the Buddha which was really cool. We done all the tourist bits by buying over priced bits in the shop and having a lunch. But...More

2  Thank Markh1205
Reviewed October 15, 2018

I truly enjoyed the cable car ride up the mountain, the scenery was beautiful. The Buddha was magnificent , the grounds were also very impressive . Highly recommend going.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank ironworker752
Reviewed October 10, 2018
A must see

We had a super day. Took the train and then the cable car - which was a fantastic experience - to see the Buddha. We spent most of the day there - the little village is lovely with some very nice little shops for beautiful...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Pat E
Reviewed October 2, 2018
Wonderful experience

Well worth the climb to the top. Peaceful place with wonderful views. Visit the monastery too. Visit the nearby shops.

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank Moira M
Reviewed October 2, 2018
Great harmony and fantastic energy

I loved Lantau Island in 2012 and we left more time to give me the feeling of it. We spent about 4 hours over there and did some meditation next to Giant Buddha. I really respect old religions, especially Buddhism. This place is great now...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Szilárd T
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October 12, 2018|
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Response from BV236 | Reviewed this property |
Usual times morning pick up and afternoon return to hotel check with them
September 20, 2018|
Response from StevenLi01 |
No you do not need to bring your passport or visa. Your tour guide has a pickup list