Weekdays: 10am to 6pm
Weekends & Public Holidays: 9am to 6:30pm
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Things To Do
Events & Promotions
The Company has recently discovered in a number of channels that the promotional information about HK$20 cable car ride for senior citizens in June was somehow disseminated. Ngong Ping 360 hereby clarifies that the said promotion had been launched and completed in June 2015. Ngong Ping 360 has no plan to launch any related elderly promotion at present.
Located on Tat Tung Road, the terminal is where your 25-minute cable car journey begins. Purchase your tickets from the ticketing office before you board.
Situated steps away from the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, the landscaped village with Chinese architecture is home to a colourful selection of entertainment attractions, a wide array of shopping outlets and Chinese and Western food establishments.
Walk pass Ngong Ping Village and Ngong Ping Piazza, you will be minutes away from the world-renowned Big Buddha. Climb the 268 steps to reach the base of this grand statue, and to enjoy the boundless views of Lantau and South China Sea.
Arranged on a slope, this large-scale outdoor installation features 38 wooden steles inscribed with the calligraphy of the Heart Sutra written by master Sinologist Professor Jao Tsung-I.
Before leaving Ngong Ping, conclude your memorable day out by taking pictures with the cable cars or themed installations outside the terminal.
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