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“Touristy but pretty!”
Review of Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360
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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Ticket on Lantau Island
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$65.63*
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Hong Kong Travel Pass Combo: MTR, Airport Express, Ngong Ping Cable Car, Motion...
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$129.81*
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Ranked #20 of 830 things to do in Hong Kong
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Start your Lantau adventure with the upgraded Ngong Ping 360!
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Activities for older children, Wheelchair access
Reviewed September 12, 2013

Check out the tea shop at the start of the village, mothers will love this! A pleasant stroll. Can pick up some souvenirs for the suitcase in the chopstick shop!

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Reviewed September 12, 2013

Ngong Ping 360 was closed for maintenance. Bummer. But afraid not as the New Lantau Bus is there to serve you. Yeah, you missed the 20 minutes cable car ride of awesomeness, but I find the bus ride (Bus 23) quite picturesque. The winding road passed the beaches was refreshing indeed.

The Ngong Ping village was a stretch of beautifully designed building with an old world charm. The buildings are souveneir shops, small cafes and restaurant. Worth the bus ride!

Thank Ezzati
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

A great day out - lots of do and see. The cable car trip is amazing, so peaceful (barring any locals in your cabin shouting on their mobile phones) and great views. To think the airport is all on reclaimed land - waaaah.

Depending on the when you go there are different shows at the top. We saw a martial arts one which was great fun for everyone and very impressive.

Lots of food and drink venues in the village and shops to buy those essential gifts.

If you can, do the combine tour that has the cable car trip, the bus tour to Tai O Fishing Village and a boat trip to see wild pink dolphins. We did and we saw the dolphins - amazing! The village is like stepping back in time to how Lantau and HK used to be, and it's only a mile or 2 from the "new" airport and HK Disneyland. And you must try the grilled squid and super size fishballs - yep you heard it right.

Back at where the cable car journey starts there's also a shopping mall - nice and big - with many outlets.

Go go go. And book the "Crystal cabin" if you dare - glass bottom cable cars with even better views.

Thank jnoble100
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

We went there, and it was a bit windy and chilly. This ride is not for those who are afraid of heights, as the cable car ride does reach a considerable height. By far it is the longest cable car ride in Asia, that I have rode, besides the cable car ride in Singapore. Better check if the ride is cancelled, as during strong winds the ride is temporarily closed.

Thank mranola
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Reviewed September 4, 2013

I guess it's not the worst touristy thing you could do in Hong Kong. The views from the (overpriced) cable car are quite nice -- Lantau island is very green and lush and the ride is relatively long. If you're into big statues, you might enjoy the Big Buddha as well. Again, the views from the statue are nice and if you want to buy some (overpriced) souvenirs, they're also available.

The "village" itself is very kitschy. I imagine many people find it cute though. And there's coffee, ice cream, Subway sandwiches and other food available, should you get hungry. However, if you walk up to the monastery, they also have a restaurant, which is perhaps a bit more authentic.

When we visited, there weren't that many tourists there. We got the cable car all to ourselves and had a kind of a relaxed look around. I imagine it's way worse when there are more people around.

Thank Konchok
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