Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 in Hong Kong is one of the major attractions of the city. From Central, it's an hour and a half bus ride (Central to Tung Chung), and about 45 mins by train. The ride was cool, slightly nerve-wracking (when there're only 4 of you inside), and very Instragram worthy. Located at the Lantau Island (same island where the International Airport, and Disneyland are), Ngong Ping spans across a mountain, with rows of restaurants, souvenir shops, and impressive cultural structures including the giant Tan Tian Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Wisdom Path, and more.
We got another Klook-discounted promo for Php1033 (HKD160) from HKD210, for a 2-way Standard Cabin ride. 
A designated Klook booth. Sadly, this didn't matter. There weren't much people and we were asked to fall in line with the general queue. And no one was manning the Klook booth.
Cable Cars.
Ngong Ping 360 Standard Round Trip Adult tickets.
Going there, there were only 4 of us. The car would faintly sway when the wind blows. The cabin has AC, with slits near the seats so natural air would still enter. It was bit cold.
Ngong Ping Village
There were several cows in the premise. And dogs too. They were nice.
Po Lin Monastery
Giant Tan Tian Buddha
Going back, there was an awfully long line to the cable cars. Took us an hour to ride. It was around 5PM, and I think there were 10 of us inside the car. The ride was more relaxed this time. Not much swaying because there were more load. And we're just tired to even take photos or care about the car.

Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3666-0606

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