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I went from Hong Kong Central Pier 1 with a boat for about an hour to Lantau Island and then from there I took the bus to the village near the Big Buddha. The place around the bus terminal has a street with a lot...More
While the Buda statue itself is an impressive thing, the overall surroundings have a distinctive theme park feeling. Also, be aware that the Buda is a new thing, built in the 90's, so not for history buffs...
The day I went the cable cars were not working due to maintenance repairs so I had to catch the 23 bus from the outlet mall which was about a 35min ride but it was well worth the wait. The views are spectacular!
I would visit just for the cable car - the sweeping views of the Bay Area are amazing - but the Buddha itself is a much better view from far away than up close. The surrounding area is cool (but touristy), but we were impressed...More
A serious must do. Catch the MTR to Ngong Ping Cable Car station and take a breathtaking ride to the top of Lantau Island and Ngnong Ping Village. Yes, the beautifully restored village shops are designed to lure in the hunger and shopping addicted tourist...More
This is a great place to visit in Hong Kong. We took the cable car up and down the mountain but we allowed for a relaxing day at the top to see the Buddha plus enough time to visit the Monastery nearby and walk the...More
Buy your cable car tickets online for priority clearance. Otherwise you will stand in HUGE queues!!!! We bought our tickets through TripAdvisor and made the glass bottom cable car experience choice. Best decision! The ride up was awesome, even for me suffering from extreme vertigo....More
This is a Must see in Hong Kong, you can do this before an afternoon flight if needed if you start early in the morning. It opens at 10 am but there is a lot to do up there with hiking trails and souvenir stores...More
To really embrace the culture it must be a destination to visit. You do not have to take a cable car as there is bus access. I do like how the commercial side is kept away at the cable car station, leaving the temple and...More
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You can take the ferry from the airport itself. It’s about 75 mins of travel. Assuming you are landing 9:40’you can try for a 11:30 or so ferry. Book your tickets before your travel. While checking in for the flight itself... More
You can take the ferry from the airport itself. It’s about 75 mins of travel. Assuming you are landing 9:40’you can try for a 11:30 or so ferry. Book your tickets before your travel. While checking in for the flight itself from your home country inform them that you wish to travel to Macau directly. They will book the luggage directly for collection at Macau. You can land complete immigration directly at Macau. It’s quick and efficient. You should be in Macau by lunch time.