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Skip The Line: Ngong Ping Cable Car Round Trip Voucher
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Skip The Line: Ngong Ping Cable Car Round Trip Voucher

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This is a prepaid redemption voucher. Please take MTR Tung Chung Line, walk out from Exit A, Tung Chung Station, walk for 10 minute (700m) to Cable Car Tung Chung Station, then go to Fast Lane Counter at ticketing<br>office. Show your redemption voucher, collect a fast entry paper ticket and access the group entry to skip the line. Round trip cable car ride is included. Your E-ticket is an open ticket, valid for 6 month from your selected travel date.
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TripItch wrote a review Oct 2019
Austin, Texas173 contributions118 helpful votes
The building is amazing, but then you remember that people live in such cramped conditions. I'm certainly not one to judge but we personally felt a little uncomfortable with people posing for pictures. I wouldn't like it of people were showing up to take pictures in front of where I live. Still not real sure how I feel about it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Andre Chang wrote a review Jun 2019
Taipei, Taiwan1,652 contributions94 helpful votes
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The place is easy to reach but there will be many tourists there. But I still like this place because the view is different from others location. It’s a must go in Hong Kong.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Natalie wrote a review May 2019
Hunter Valley, Australia210 contributions94 helpful votes
Our Uber dropped us right out the front. We arrived in the morning just before 9am before the shops were opening as to not bother store owners as I understood that photos are not particularly welcome and read about security and people being ‘kicked out’. There was a small queue to take a picture but we waited, took some quick shots and left to realise our photos were all blurry. We returned at about 5pm that afternoon and holy hell. The place was CRAWLING with tourists trying to get that ‘insta shot’. I’m not talking taking quick photos. I’m talking full on photo shoots! The queues to take a shot were ridiculous and I see the problem with photography here. Residents were out in the courtyard burning incense, playing cards in big groups, etc and seemed to ignore the tourists but I felt so guilty that this is their home and this is what they put up with everyday. We got some quick shots and left, no massive photo shoot for us! Definitely didn’t get kicked out or told off but I can see why people do!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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DougChan wrote a review Apr 2019
Singapore, Singapore193 contributions98 helpful votes
Made famous by movies and instagram, this place is in danger of being overrun by tourists and insta-mad people climbing all over trying to shoot from unique angles. Security personnel are stationed at lift gates to ensure only locals enter residential areas, and banners are put around to discourage people from taking photos. Yet, we sneaked a few quick pictures, and quickly left.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Joseph Choe wrote a review Mar 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia71 contributions26 helpful votes
It is a trending place in Hong Kong for tourist to take pictures but there is nothing else other than taking a picture of the high rise flats. Kind of regret to go all the way to just take a picture. There are notices from the residents not to disturb them, so I do not recommend this place as a must visit place in HK.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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