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Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Cable Car Group Tour with Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island
$144.69 per adult
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Afternoon tour - Lantau Enlightenment Tour
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Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR Pass, Ngong Ping Cable Car and Big Buddha Tour
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Lantau Island, Hong Kong China
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AirportMass Transit Railway (MTR)95 min
Tung ChungMass Transit Railway (MTR)68 min
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Full-Day Private Customized Walking Tour of Hong Kong
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Full-Day Private Customized Walking Tour of Hong Kong

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There’s a lot to see in Hong Kong, so make sure you only visit the parts that interest you by going on a fully customized private walking tour. Save time waiting in line for sites that don’t excite you, and make every hour of your trip count. This tour can be themed by specific interests (e.g., food or photography spots) and is designed just for you.
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happyopenmindedtraveller wrote a review Aug 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands53,436 contributions13,125 helpful votes
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The Tian Tan Buddha or the Big Buddha is a large 34 metres bronze statue of Buddha Shakyamuni. It was completed in 1993. A very impressive statue of Buddha indeed, also from different angles!. (In my previous review of the Po Lin Monastery, the spelling of the late Hong Kong entertainter should be Anita Mui).🙏
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Fred O wrote a review Jul 2020
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The best way, in my opinion (and I'm old and fat) is to take the bus up and then walk underneath the cable car down to Tung Chung. It's an excellent trail which is pretty challenging going up but pretty easy going down.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Alfie S wrote a review Jul 2020
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You need to take a cable car ride to this and the entire trip is worth a few hours. You can find good deals on Klook.com for the cable car. Visiting the statue is free. There is a monastery nearby where you get Chinese vegetarian food as well
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AradhanaVerma wrote a review Jul 2020
Mumbai, India149 contributions64 helpful votes
The Statue of the 112 feet tall Big Buddha, constructed from 202 bronze pieces and 34 metres tall is a must visit when you visit Ngong Ping. It is visited through the year by a large number of tourists. Very peaceful and worth spending some time. The Buddha statue denotes the harmonious relationship between people and faith, set amidst the lap of nature. A total of 268 steps lead to Buddha. However, there is also a small road for vehicles etc. so that any one with a physical disability is also able to visit. Beneath the statue are three halls and there is a relic of Buddha inside which can be seen only by visitors who purchase an offering for the Buddha. Worth a visit totally!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Man T wrote a review Jul 2020
Hong Kong, China1 contribution
The weather was very hot, and the sun was so big. But it is worth when you finish the stair and saw the Buddha. A super sizes Buddha that I have never seen and the inside area will have air conditioner, you can take a rest after finishing the stair.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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