Ngong Ping Cable Car service will be closed temporarily for maintenance on 10 – 13 May. Ngong Ping Village remains open. For details, please visit .

The Big Buddha is currently undergoing renovations and areas in the vicinity of the Big Buddha statue will be closed during the maintenance period. Please check the official website of Po Lin Monastery for the latest arrangement.
10:00 – 18:00      1-2/5, 19/5 : 09:00 - 18:30
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As one of the many Lantau tourist spots loved by nature enthusiasts, Lantau Country Park is famous for its many hiking routes. The 70km Lantau Trail is divided into 12 sections:

  • Section 1: Mui Wo to Nam Shan
  • Section 2: Nam Shan to Pak Kung Au
  • Section 3: Pak Kung Au to Ngong Ping
  • Section 4: Ngong Ping to Sham Wat Road
  • Section 5: Sham Wat Road to Man Cheung Po
  • Section 6: Man Cheung Po to Tai O
  • Section 7: Tai O to Kau Ling Chung
  • Section 8: Kau Ling Chung to Shek Pik
  • Section 9: Shek Pik to Shui Hau
  • Section 10: Shui Hau to Tung Chung Road
  • Section 11: Tung Chung Road to Pui O
  • Section 12: Pui O to Mui Wo
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Address
Lantau South Country Park
Website
hiking.gov.hk/eng/longtrail/ltrail/ltrail.htm
How to get there
From Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal (Exit B of Tung Chung MTR station), take a 25-minute cable car ride to Ngong Ping. Alternatively, take a New Lantao Bus from downtown Tung Chung to go to the different sections.

The Big Buddha

The Big Buddha

The Big Buddha, also known as Tian Tan Buddha, is famed as the most iconic attraction of Lantau.

Shek Pik Reservoir

Shek Pik Reservoir

The starting point of section 9 of Lantau Trail is famous for being scenic and tranquil. A popular attraction for a day out in nature.

Ngong Ping Trail

Ngong Ping Trail

The trail connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping and is used as the rescue and maintenance of Ngong Ping 360.