Some parts of the Wisdom Path will be temporarily closed for surveying works on 5 – 7, 10 – 14, 17 – 21 and 24 – 26 October 2022.
Ngong Ping 360 Limited (the Company) is a subsidiary of the MTR Corporation. Its principal business is to operate the Ngong Ping Cable Car and Ngong Ping Village.
Why we call ourselves NP360
Built with panoramic windows, the cabins of Ngong Ping Cable Cars offer stunning “360 degree” views.
Ngong Ping Cable Car ride is the longest bi-cable ropeway in Asia
The Ngong Ping Cable Car ride is a visually spectacular 5.7km journey, the longest bi-cable ropeway in Asia.
The Ngong Ping Cable Car system comprises two unique angle stations, one of which turns the cable car by 60 degrees
The Ngong Ping Cable Car system comprises two unique angle stations. At the Airport Island Angle Station, the cable car actually turns a full 60 degrees before resuming its journey.
Ropeway alignment carefully selected with minimal disruption to Lantau’s ecology
The cable car project was developed with minimal environmental impact and aimed at preserving the North Lantau Country Park.
One of the first companies to use mules and helicopters to transport construction materials in Hong Kong
In order to minimise the impact on environment, helicopters and mules were used to transport over 12,000 tonnes of materials in conjunction with Ngong Ping 360’s construction.
Environmentally-friendly system that meets international standards
Regarding the infrastructure, the cable cars were designed in such a way that noises from Ngong Ping 360’s system and motors are reduced to meet the requirements of the Hong Kong Building Environmental Assessment Method (HK-BEAM) and to minimise noise pollution to nearby residents.
The exterior lighting levels are also maintained to international standards to reduce light pollution.
Crystal Cabin, first-of-its-kind
The Crystal Cabin is believed to be the first-ever cable car system to adopt a full-width single piece of glass for a cabin bottom.
Official opening of Ngong Ping 360
Ngong Ping 360 was officially opened on 18 September 2006. It is destined to be one of Hong Kong’s ‘must-see’ tourist attractions.