Ngong Ping 360 in Hong Kong Tour Guide:
Based in the enigmatic Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 blends nature, local culture and traditions, and state-of-the-art technology to form one of the most refreshing natural escapades in Hong Kong. It proclaims itself as the ‘Best of the Best Sky-Land-Sea Lantau Adventure’ and is definitely close to the mark with stunning features such as Asia’s longest bi-cable ropeway, groundbreaking cable car technology and a wealth of land and marine adventures.
Begin your Lantau adventure with one of the most visually spectacular journeys onboard the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car that affords exquisite 360-degree panoramic views of Tung Chung Bay, Lantau Island and the shimmering waters of the South China Sea in the far distance. You can even see Tian Tan Buddha, one of the tallest seated outdoor Buddha statues in the world and a major Lantau Island attraction.
Make a wish at the Bodhi Wishing Shrine; watch kung-fu demonstrations; and revel in an outstanding shopping and dining experience at Ngong Ping Village, a themed-cultural village that brings to the fore the lifestyle and culture of Lantau Island locals. Immerse yourself in an interactive Multi-Media experience that recreates the story of Siddhartha Gautama and the origins of Buddhism with Walking with Buddha experience; visit the Grand Hall of Ten Thousand Buddhas at the century-old Po Lin Monastery; and enjoy a fascinating insight into the deep culture of Kung Fu at the Shaolin Wushu Cultural Centre.
Explore quintessential Lantau Island fishing villages of Ma Wan Chung and Tai O; set out on eco-tours to watch pink dolphins frolicking in the waters near Tai O, the oldest fishing village in Hong Kong; and visit off-the-beaten-path sites such as Yam O, a natural lumber preservation zone with natural lumber on stilts in the bay. Walk the Wisdom Path or sign up for a livelier and entertaining Ngong Ping Fun Walk.
Experience the incredible power of nature at the Man Cheung Po – Shui Lo Cho or revel in the beauty of nature with guided exploratory tours conducted by the Ngong Ping Nature Centre. Search for treasure at the Silver Mine Bay, two abandoned silver mines; frolic in the sun, sands and the sea at Cheung Sha, the longest beach in Hong Kong; or enjoy water sports away from the crowds at the largest artificial lake in Hong Kong.