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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Ticket on Lantau Island
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Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Ticket on Lantau Island

By Ngong Ping 360
About
During a ride on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, you’ll experience some of the best views of Hong Kong. For that reason, the cable car can get busy, so avoid wasting time waiting in line by booking your Ngong Ping 360 admission ticket in advance. Depending on your budget and time frame, you can choose between a round-trip or single journey, and a standard or glass-bottomed cabin.
from
HK$195.00
per adult
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Ages 3-99, max of 15 per group
Duration: 5–6 hours
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket

Highlights
  • Get the best views of Hong Kong during a ride on the Ngong Ping 360 cable car
  • A great activity for families and first-time visitors
  • Save time waiting in line by booking in advance
  • Tailor your package to suit your preferences

  • Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car ride (one-way or round-trip)
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Entry/Admission - Lantau island
What's not included
  • Entrance to paid exhibitions at Ngong Ping Village (e.g. Walking with Buddha)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Pushchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 5910P8

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes
  • Please redeem your cable car ticket at Ngong Ping 360 Ticketing Offices at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travellers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 5910P8

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  • Ngong Ping 360
    7,586
    Hong Kong, China
    Joined in September 2006
  • arnold4646
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Overpriced but fun activity.
    We had a great time, although we thought it was a little on the expensive side for what it was (Strictly talking about the gondola ride). Still, if you're here and have the time, it's a nice activity. We did the one way trip up, took the 21 bus to Tai O. After our exploration there, we took the 1 bus to Mui Wo Ferry Terminal and took the Ferry to Central Terminal, then did the Tram stuff afterwards. Made all our connections with no trouble relying just on Google Maps informing us when the busses/ferries departed.
    Written 17 June 2024
  • socas2018
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great place and amazing experience
    Amazing spot for travel from the cristal cabin to to get to the Ngong Pin Village and Bog Buddha all amazing prices up there ok, not to bad the place welcomed you there is about spending time 4-6 hours. Yes prices worth to get and visit
    Written 10 June 2024
  • RoverP
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Long ride with great views
    A lengthy cable car ride with sensational views. Unfortunately for us, we climbed into cloud halfway up, but we still had some fantastic views on the lower part of the run. It's a great way start your trip to see the Big Buddha
    Written 8 April 2024
  • CzarEmmanuel
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Ngong Ping village is worth-visiting!
    Taking Ngong Ping 360 is the best way to visit Ngong Ping village, the Po Lin Monastery, and the majestic Tian Tan Buddha of Lantau Island. It's a 20-25min cable car ride either with the "standard" cable car or the more expensive "crystal" cable car. The ride offers you a spectacular view of the island and the sea, particularly of the HZMB that connects Hong Kong and Macau. We took the ride on a weekend, which also happened to be a holiday, and the queue was very long. The first area you'll see from the cable car station is the Ngong Ping village with its array of restaurants, souvenir shops, etc. Next comes the 1906 Po Lin Monastery, and finally the 268-step stairs that take you to the biggest sitting statue of Buddha in the world. The view from the top was amazing! There are other places to visit on Lantau Island, but the three sites I have mentioned are the most popular ones. Highly recommended! 👌
    Written 4 April 2024
  • Goloh
    0 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Escape the city though not the crowds
    Most other reviews include the cable car experience, but not this one, as we used the #23 bus from Tung Chung MTR station (a 45-minute ride) in both directions. The cable car is not for people who worry about heights. Our last visit to Ngong Ping was about 20 years ago when the Buddha and monastery were there, along with one short street with almost no shops. The commercial area now is far larger, with shops mostly concentrated down the slope from Buddha's location. If you are into kitsch, you will be in souvenir heaven, and that part of Ngong Ping looks much like the shops at Victoria Peak. Being at Ngong Ping means being immersed in Buddhism, obviously, with some (not all) restaurants and cafes being vegetarian and also alcohol-free. One thing has not changed in all these years -- Buddha's commanding presence on the hill, and barriers that *very much* make it look like you need to pay to walk the many steps up the hill. But you don't. You can buy a ticket to go inside the statue and have a veg meal at the monastery but if you just want to see around the outside, it's free. As one of Hong Kong's iconic tourist attractions, it's fine. Unlike places like Disneyland and Ocean Park, it can be done quite cheaply. The bus ride is comfortable if you don't favour dangling cable cars. But for us it may need to be another 20 years before we go back.
    Written 26 March 2024
  • ashz900
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Adventurous and so peaceful place to spend your day in Hongkong
    It was too crowded tough this is must visit when you are travelling to Hongkong. You will go through an adventurous cable car ride, a walk through ngong city and you will witness a great ambience of village like place. Than you will witness the great lord buddha. After climbing almost 400 stairs you will witness lord and feel so much of positivity.
    Written 15 March 2024
  • ThamT31
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best Family Trip on HongKong
    Very Nice Travel Location For Family , So Cool the place , Can bring your family come to visit and enjoy the cool weather , Best Trip in HongKong
    Written 12 February 2024
  • A8718RTnicholasd
    0 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Terrible and miss leading
    Disgusting money grabbing service, told us the temple was shut but failed to mention the 3 hour long ques that was already in place the other end to get back down. Traveled all of this east to HK from UK to see a parade that we missed trying to get down … Would not recommend as even the pods were dirty so all the pictures were ruined
    Written 10 February 2024
  • SueRealist
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Ngong Ping 360 on Lantau Island, Hong Kong, is an absolute treasure blending natural beauty with cultural richness
    The cable car ride is the star attraction, offering breathtaking views of lush mountains and the serene South China Sea, providing a serene escape from the city below. Upon arriving at Ngong Ping Village, a culturally immersive experience unfolds. The majestic Tian Tan Buddha and Po Lin Monastery offer tranquility and spirituality, while the Wisdom Path invites serene walks amidst nature. Visitors can engage in tea appreciation sessions, sample local vegetarian cuisine, and explore traditional architecture and artifacts. Despite queues, the experience is worth it. The difference between Standard and Crystal cable cars lies in the transparent floor, with Crystal+ offering floor-to-ceiling views. Despite queues, the journey and cultural richness make Ngong Ping 360 an unforgettable adventure, perfect for spiritual retreats, cultural explorations, or scenic escapes.
    Written 3 February 2024
  • maryyeo
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Buying Sky-Land-Sea Lantau Adventure Klook tickets SKIPS QUEUES + what to expect
    PLANNING: Before we arrived, already read about the long queues just for the tickets. Did what all prepared people would do - purchase the tickets in advance via Klook. Sky-Land-Sea Lantau Adventure package meant - we were given all tickets here: - Cable car tickets (DEFINITELY get the Crystal Cabin for the shorter queue!) - Tai O boat excursion + Tai O cash vouchers - Unlimited bus rides (to and fro Tai O) - Polaroid Christmas games coupons - Maps of both Ngong Ping and Tai O QUEUE: Visited on a Sunday, arrived at 10.30am at the Ngong Ping Cable Car station. Witnessed the long queue for tickets, but there was zero people in the Klook line. Perhaps we were lucky. CABLE CAR: After a short few minutes of queue, we entered our Crystal Cabin. True that it was rather cold in December, AND we realized that back-facing row of seats was the one with the air vents (slits where the cold wind can enter). Our fellow passengers sitting on the other row of seats didn't feel the cold wind streaming in. Thank goodness we had some extra bags and jackets to block the vents. View over the various mountain tops, under-sea highway to Zhuhai and looking down at the hikers were awesome. NGONG PING VILLAGE: Also true what some others said - nothing much in the village except the nice cool weather and many cafes... And some very commercial Buddhist shops, if that's your thing. But we didn't mind, we enjoyed our warm Starbucks chocolate in the chilly weather. We also liked visiting the 7-Eleven at the end of the village. Kids played the free Christmas games sponsored by Polaroid, and we won the largest prize of a free duffle bag and other souvenirs! We were the only ones who were in the "Motion 360" theatre, which was a 4D short film and bird's eye view of Ngong Ping + Tai O. It was fun for our kids! The theatre is inside the Motion 360 souvenir shop. We skipped Big Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and Wisdom Path and went straight to... BUS TO TAI O: Gotta look out for the bus stop - it's right outside one of the "gates" of the Ngong Ping Village, somewhere around the middle of the village. Bus driver of the fully packed 12:00 noon bus told us that the bus comes every hour, and we were disappointed because that meant we needed to wait another hour! Thank God I didn't believe him and stayed in the queue. The next bus came in only about 20 minutes. The ride was bumpy because the driver was speeding down the mountain but... my kids loved it like they were on a roller coaster. Totally LOVED Tai O and will cover that in the Tai O review. NEAR NGONG PING CABLE CAR STATION: After a whole afternoon out at Tai O, we took the bus then cable car back to where it all started. And headed off right next door to Citygate Mall - for shopping and dinner!
    Written 23 January 2024
  • aronstokerpt
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Big Buddha experience in HK
    Amazing scenery and an enjoyable experience. The Big Buddha and the village is a must see in Hong Kong whilst you are here.
    Written 10 January 2024
  • ShalliAng
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Nice Cable Car Ride
    Wish that the quene move faster for the ticket redemption. The quene for the standard cable car were fast.
    Written 26 December 2023
  • Travel67816654364
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fabulous day out by Ngong Ping 360
    It’s the best day we chose to go to Lautau Island by the 360 crystal+ cabin. Light breezes, clear sky with stunning views. It’s amazing to see through up, below n 360 degrees surroundings! Steady cable car rides together with very friendly staff of 360, they all made our day!
    Written 13 December 2023
  • Patrick M
    0 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Good experience with long waiting time
    The view from the gondola is good and the village and buddha on top are very nice. But 75min waiting to go up and 30min waiting to go down is too much.
    Written 4 December 2023
  • warreng661
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic sight seeing
    A fantastic attraction in Hong Kong. Recommend the vegetarian cafe not the restaurant for great food.
    Written 25 November 2023
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kilalahk
Hong Kong7 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Family
Terrible terrible and irresponsible operator. We went around 4pm in the afternoon knowing it’s opened till 8pm that night and we bought return tickets. We were asked to get a QR code to queue and come back at the relevant time to get on the cable car which I thought it was good arrangement. We went with my in-laws and young kids and we were all excited and happy..... until we arrived at On Ping, and we saw the long long long queue of people trying to board the cable car for their return trip. At that time, the queuing time was 100 min. We were hoping the queue would be gone after we have taken the walk in the area. By around 7pm, the sun has set and knowing it would close at 8pm, we returned to the station and then realised we needed to queue for 2 hours before we can board. That means the earliest we could leave would be 9pm. All restaurants were closed and the elderly and the kids were getting tired and there’s no way we would stand there queue for 2 hours in the cold. We had to book two taxi to return to Tung Chung.

We have wasted our return trip for 6 ppl and added two taxi fare from On Ping to Tung Chung. It was super irresponsible of the cable car company to keep selling return tickets knowing there is no way they could bring people back in a decent time. We talked to the taxi driver on our way back to Tung Chung and he said the previous night, people queued for 4 hours to make their way down.... so probably needed to go home 10 or 11pm?

They could have put up signs for people to know status of the cable car up in On Ping at the Tung Chung station. I wouldn’t go if I know it’s so chaotic. Or I wouldn’t buy return tickets if I have to taxi back.

Never will I return and definitely would not recommend people to take it, unless the company can be more responsible in managing the crowd.
Written 16 February 2021
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Thank you for sharing your valuable comments with us. We are sorry to learn your unpleasant experience of long waiting time at Ngong Ping. Due to the current pandemic situation, a preventative measure was in place in order to produce sufficient spaces for guests in each cabin. Therefore cable car capacity was halved and the waiting time was extended. The concern and your suggestion have been passed to our related departments to discuss internally and hopefully to ease the situation in future. Once again, thank you for your comment and we hope to see you again. Regards, Ngong Ping 360
Written 17 February 2021
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Aaron P
Menai, Australia51 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Amazing experience to say the least. Highly recommend going when it opens at 9am as that is what my wife and I did. We paid for the standard cable car which was half the price of the crystal cable car, and this was bought on Klook (highly recommend buying on Klook.) We got our own cabin which was very peaceful as we could move around in the cable car and see the different views. The views are stunning and breathtaking once you see the view of the Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha). When we took the cable car back, the cable cars coming towards the Buddha were 100% full and when we got off, the line was definetly over an hour wait. This is why I recommend going early to avoid crowds so you can enjoy the experience to its fullest.
Written 9 April 2023
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Adrian L
Los Angeles10,464 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
First, this review was written during Covid-19 so things will hopefully be different soon.
Honestly I was in Tung Chung for a three days staycation and the weather was cool enough to let me wonder around. I came with little expectation so I was okay with the experience. The ride itself was fine. Staffs were polite and there was no queue at all on this quiet Monday afternoon. For $235 roundtrip, the 30 minutes ride (hour roundtrip) was good value especially most folks got their own cable car given the low usage. The cable car was washed after each ride. The window was not too overly stratched but still not particularly photo friendly. As an AvGeek (aviation enthusiast), it was a fun ride overlooking the airport. Sadly, there was just not much traffic during Covid-19, but it was still nice. I valued that part the most.

There was an official photographer at Tung Chung station taking pictures of each group at the Cable Car Station. He was actually pretty good but $395 for a photo was a bit much.

Once arrived at the station in the Ngong Ping Village, I walked into a small "Chinese" village with ranges of restaurants and cafes. Then you can walk further down to the Monastery to visit the Buddha, but it is under repair now. (It makes sense since there is no tourist now!)

Please beware that there is no air conditioning with the cable car so it might not be that nice in the summer.
Written 13 April 2021
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Susan C
Melbourne, Australia1,490 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
We bought our one-way cable car ticket when we arrived on a Sunday at 10:50 am for the standard view (not crystal with glass floor) and didn't have to wait too long in the queue to take the cable car. Before buying the tickets we saw a sign clearly stating that it would be foggy with no clear views on the trip (I thought this was great customer service) and decided to go anyway. We did get some nice views across the bay at the start but once we were half way through the trip we were in the clouds and our views were very, very foggy and almost totally obscured. It was quite eerie. The transitions between the towers were not jerky and the whole trip was very smooth. I did note that the attendents who put us on the cable car, I think, chose to not put us with a family which I consider a positive, having once said yes to an "Eye" experience with a family which is OK if you also have children but a bit wearing if you don't.

We deliberately chose to only go one-way. Our trip to Lantau used multiple transports, first MTR to Tung Cheng Station with just two minutes walk to Ngong Ping 360 then a bus to Tai O (every half hour during the day except over lunch) then another bus and a ferry back to Hong Kong. Given the cloud cover this worked out well but the fastest way, if you don't want to visit Tai O, would be using the cable car (regardless of views) and the MTR both ways. Ngong Ping Village where you land has a number of souvenir stores and cafe outlets (such as Starbucks). It is the entrance way to Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) and Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery and has the connecting bus lines. I thought the village was OK but if you want something more "authentic" then a trip to Tai O might be a good addition. I would go back and try Ngong Ping 360 and the Big Buddha again, hopefully without the clouds!
Written 27 February 2023
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EEEEA1234
Hong Kong Island, China707 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The queuing system is idiotic. Customers are divided into those who purchased tickets and those who didn’t. They are separated into two lines, with those who bought tickets on the internet being in the longer queue. The queue then brings you to counters where you get your physical tickets. There was a QR code but the counter staff typed in the confirmation code. Wow! And the wait was LONG.

What century does Ngong Ping 360 and MTR live in? Yes packages and marketing are professionally done, but doing this idiotic logistics would turn away many digitally savvy folks.

For an HK iconic company running a top tourist attraction puts HK into shame with this kind of operation. Haven’t they benchmarked anyone else.

The ride itself is nice.
Written 27 November 2021
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Dear NP360 Guest Thank you for your comments and sorry to hear of your disappointing experience whilst redeeming for tickets at our Ticketing Office. We understand your frustration of the logistical services that you have pointed out and would like to take this opportunity to explain the situation. Ngong Ping 360 endeavors to work with many different agents that have their own booking operating system which may not be compatible with the company's ticketing operating system thus it is necessary for the counter staff to input the confirmation code. I trust you may appreciate the ever-changing digital world that we continually try to improve to enable our guests to have a seamless experience. This is an ongoing commitment we have for good guest experience. Once again, thank you for taking the time to comment and look forward to providing you a better experience in the near future. Best Regards
Written 29 November 2021
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Angel Wong
Hong Kong, China3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
今天我們 從東涌那邊已等了差不多三個小時才可上纜車。 去到大嶼山我們玩了 一個小時就已匆匆忙忙開始排隊搭纜車 , 但最想不到就是從大嶼山那邊排隊也需要兩個半鐘頭才可上 纜車。。 期間看到很多老人家, 小孩和大肚婆 都一直企了差不多三個小時, 他們面色也變 蒼白。 不明白為什麼 昂坪360 不在排隊附近安排多一些長椅給老人家或大肚婆或有需要的人士去坐下去等??😡😡🤬🤬 我們這些比較年輕的 企了 差不多六小時為排隊 (每程三小時)腰骨也真的痛了。。 希望你們快些改進吧!

We waited in line for more than 2 hours EACH WAY! Worst yet, there were only a few chairs available for sitting whilst there were more than 200 people waiting in line! There are a lot of elderly, children and pregnant ladies who I can see were suffering with pale faces due to the long wait with no sufficient chairs for them. More chairs should be installed on both left and right sides of the line up area! Also I see there were cable cars with just one or two people in them. At the very least you should allow 4 people in each cable car so the line up would not take so long! If I can give zero stars I would! We saw at least twenty to thirty cable cars with just one or two people in it. Yes the scenery once you sit inside is magnificent, but definitely not worthwhile to do almost 6 hours of queing time with no seats in one day!
Written 2 October 2020
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Thank you for your feedback concerning the seating facilities and cable car capacity on 2nd Oct. We regret to learn of your unpleasant experience and would like to take the opportunity to explain the circumstances. In light of the pandemic we have allowed our guests to experience the cable car journey with their own family and friends and to not combine guests of another party together in one cabin. In addition to maintaining a maximum of four passengers within the same group per cabin as aligned with the government's social gathering preventive measures due to this the queuing time was extended. This unfortunately halved the normal carrying capacity whilst ensuring safety and providing sufficient space inside the cabin. Ngong Ping 360 strives to provide a pleasant experience for our guests, and we understand the long queuing time would affect the experience. Hence, we have reviewed and will adjust the queuing arrangement in order to shorten guest’s waiting time during peak periods. Meanwhile, we have conveyed your suggestion of providing additional benches alongside the queuing area to relevant department for feasibility study. Once again, thank you for your comments, which definitely helps us improve our operations and provide a more pleasant experience for our guests. Should you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Written 4 October 2020
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Bianca M
Kirke Saaby, Denmark44 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Couples
A fantastic trip and excellent view from the cable car. We tried the chrystal buttom/glass floor. Exciting to try but the traditional ones has a beautiful view as well. The line for the chrystal buttom is shorter-saves time😉At arrival you can visit the Big Buddha and the whole temple village. Take time to see the Wisdom Trail. Take the cable car back to Tung Chung or buy a single ticket and take the bus back instead. You can also take the bus to the fishing Village Tai O and then take the ferry or bus back from there. A very nice daytrip😊
Written 3 January 2020
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Meow
Hong Kong, China1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Family
The trip was turned into one of my worst experiences in Hong Kong because of this one thing : They paired us up with other people. It was horrible to have other people sitting right beside you trying to take selfies in a crystal plus cabin which you payed 1800 HKD for. We had to wait for the people to take their pictures before we could enjoy the view from the cable car. The couple were also having half of the cable car to themselves while me and 4 other family members had to sit uncomfortably on one side. This was due to the cable car company’s decision of letting people join the line when the frequency was very low AND the cable car was going to close soon. And just to say, you would need to pay a whopping 3800 HKD just to get yourself a private cabin for 25 mins. I would suggest the company to let no one in the line when there is just an half an hour before the cable car closes. And If this does not change, just book the good cabins like crystal or crystal + in the non peak hours. I hope the company will respond to this.
Written 3 October 2023
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Roy C
Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada40 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
This cable car ride is much more than just a ride to the top and back.

There is an entire village up here with additional tours.

Lots of shops restaurants and even a 7-11 store.

I would recommend busting this attraction while here. Be sure to get the crystal car for at least one way if your tour. This means that the cable car has a glass (crystal) floor so that you can look straight down at the water and the hillside below you.

It was a great feeling!
Written 17 February 2020
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Kenneth926
Hong Kong, China1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Family
I took 360 cable car on 12 Feb 2021. I advance book the tickets. When I arrived at the station, the attendees asked me to queue up around 2 hours. I was so angry with that arrangement. If I need to wait 2 hours, what is the meaning that for advanced tickets booking. They were wasting my time. I will never take that again
Written 12 February 2021
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Thank you for sharing your valuable comments with us. We are sorry to learn your unpleasant waiting time experience and would like to explain that the limitation of cable car capacity was because of the current pandemic situation. As we hope to provide adequate spaces for each guest in cabins, the cable car capacity was halved to only 4 to 6 guests per cabin. Therefore, the waiting time was then extended. By holding a pre-booked ticket, guests can skip-the-line for ticket purchase which would have took more time. The concern has been passed to our related departments to discuss internally and hopefully to ease the situation in future. Once again, thank you for your comment and we hope to see you again. Regards, Ngong Ping 360
Written 16 February 2021
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