Adjacent to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, Ngong Ping Village is an impressive cultural themed village, incorporating three major attractions - Walking with Buddha, Stage 360 and Motion 360.
Walking with Buddha in Ngong Ping 360 is an immersive, multimedia attraction allowing visitors to follow the life of Siddhartha Gautama - the man who became Buddha - and his path to enlightenment. Walking with Buddha physically takes you on an immersive journey through Siddhartha's life. From the opulence of Siddhartha's Palace to the harshness of the Forest, you will feel as if you were truly 'walking with Buddha'. Travelling through the various stages of Siddhartha's life, you will witness his transition from being a Prince at Court to reaching supreme awareness and becoming Buddha.
Come to Ngong Ping Village to make a wish at the Bodhi Wishing Shrine now and it will come true! A wishing card can be redeemed with any purchase of HK$150 or more at Ngong Ping 360 Souvenir Shops.
Terms and Conditions:
1. Each valid receipt can only redeem maximum of one wishing card.
2. The offer is only available to customers who spent HK$150 or more at Ngong Ping 360 Souvenir Shop.
3. Valid same-date receipt from Ngong Ping 360 Souvenir Shop must be presented and redeemed at a specified time.
4. Activity is subject to change without prior notice.
5. Ngong Ping 360 reserves the right of final decision in case of dispute.
6. Enquiry: 3666 0606
Explosions, wire work and special effects! Go behind the scenes with the director and watch professional stuntmen perform classic action sequence from Hong Kong movies right before your eyes. And there are plenty of opportunities for you to step into the exciting world of Bruce Lee, Ip Man and the White-haired Witch to do some flying kicks of your own.
Choose ONE 5D show below
1. Discover Lantau
Fly over the Big Buddha, swim into the habitat of Chinese white dolphins, and travel through the Wisdom Path - get on this magical multi-perspective Lantau tour
2. Little Ants Adventure
Immerse into the world of the little ants, and embark on their thrilling journey on a leaf
Formerly known as 'the Big Thatched Hut', Po Lin Monastery is a world-renowned Buddhist establishment located on Ngong Ping plateau famed for its prominent architectural structures, such as the Main Shrine Hall of Buddha, the Hall of Bodhisattva Skanda, and the Tian Tan Buddha. A new addition to this Buddhist complex will be the Grand Hall of Ten Thousand Buddhas, a Scripture Library and a Dharma Hall. The Buddhist site is rich in culture with an artistic ambience.
The kitchen of the Monastery also offers vegetarian delicacies and aromatic tea that enlighten the mind and body of the visitors in the religious magnificence.
The majestic outdoor bronze Buddha statue sits solemnly atop the peak of Mount Muk Yue, next to the Po Lin Monastery. The 34m tall bronze-cast Buddha was modelled after Sakyamuni, who achieved enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. The imparting fearlessness of the right hand indicates the compassion to save all sentient beings from their sufferings; the 'fulfilling wishes' mudra of the left hand, resting on the lap, implies the vow to grant blessing and happiness to all.
Inside the pedestal is a three-storey exhibition hall presenting a number of invaluable Buddhist items, including Buddha's relic. Visitors can climb up 268 steps to reach the three-storey pedestal to visit the Buddha and enjoy the boundless views of Lantau and South China Sea.
Visitors who would like to go on a land tour of enlightenment can do so at Wisdom Path. Adjacent to such major Lantau tourist spots as Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and Ngong Ping 360, Wisdom Path features an arrangement of 38 giant wood columns measuring 8-10 metres tall and 1 metre wide to showcase calligraphic works by master of Chinese studies Professor Jao Tsung-I. These wood columns are arranged in a "∞" pattern. The words are from a famous Buddhist classic called the Heart Sutra whose full name in Sanskrit is Sāhasrikā-prajñā-pāramitā.
In addition to being just a Lantau tourist spot, the Ngong Ping Nature Centre is a place where the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department exhibits information about Lantau to enhance visitors' knowledge about the biodiversity and natural landscape, and to promote public awareness of environmental and ecological conservation, and above all, to encourage ethical, responsible and sustainable Hong Kong tourism.
It is the first visitor centre established for Lantau's country parks. There are display panels with Chinese, English and Japanese captions, and a knowledge corner that provides information about nature. The Centre also organises guided eco-friendly land tours for visitors to explore the culture and natural resources around the Ngong Ping area, such as Ngong Ping Fun Walk.
Schedule of the free nature guided tours:
Monday to Friday: 11:00* 14:00 15:00 16:00
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10:00 11:00* 14:00 15:00 16:00
* English Tours are only available at 11:00am.