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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Well-known as a Lantau hiking attraction, Man Cheung Po – Shui Lo Cho is a hidden jewel for nature enthusiasts and a “Site of Special Scientific Interest”.

As the source of fresh water for Tai O and Yi O residents, this is where tampering with water is strictly prohibited. You can reach Man Cheung Po from Tai O. Walk pass the promenade and Nam Chung Village, then walk along Section 7 to Nga Ying Kok Campsite. You will find a flight of stairs to climb up Man Cheung Po.

There are two parts in name of "Man Cheung Po - Shui Lo Cho". Translated literally, "Man Cheung Po" means a 10,000-foot tall waterfall, named for its resemblance to a white piece of cloth extending from the sky. "Shui Lo Cho", the second part of this unique name, was inspired by the loud roaring sound at the lower course of Man Cheung Po, near Yi O, after each heavy rainstorm. Visitors who have come to explore the natural side of Hong Kong must not miss Wong Lung Ravine, which is equally famous for its powerful stream of water.


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Address
Southern Lantau
How to get there
From Central Pier No. 6, take a ferry to Mui Wo. Take New Lantao Bus no. 1 and alight at the bus terminus. Walk to Yi O and Man Cheung Po is a one-hour walk away.

Nei Shan Ravine

Nei Shan Ravine

Located at north western Lantau, it originates from one of the two biggest hydrographic nets of Nei Lak Shan.

Wong Lung Ravine

Wong Lung Ravine

Also known as Wong Lung Hang. Walking into the streams, you can observe the “Tin Tai Waterfall”.

Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O is the oldest fishing village and one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong.