Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car is one of the tourist attractions in the entire Hongkong. With its total length of 5.7 kilometers bi-cable ropeway, it is the first ever attraction with this kind of experience in this place. The journey of riding this cable car begins from Tung Chung going to North Lantau. The 25-minutes ride provides the tourists the opportunity to see the scenic view of Hongkong City as well as the other places such as Hong Kong International Airport, Terrains of Lantau Island, Tian Tan Buddha and the 360-degree view of Ngong Ping Plateau. All in all, the views it offers are far from the usual perspective that you can get to see in a typical high-place position. The experience itself provides a variety of comfort level allowing tourists to choose their preferred one.



Ngong Ping Cable Car is a spectacular 5.7km bi-cable ropeway linking Tung Chung (connected to the MTR Tung Chung station) and Ngong Ping (where the Po Lin Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha are located). The total journey time is between 24 to 30 minutes depending on the weather. Can you imagine taking the journey with your loved ones in the Cabin?

If you want to spend it in a standard, average, or generous way, this Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car got if covered for you. Here is the list:

• The Standard Cabin

This cabin is a good one for starter tourists since they can enjoy the advantage of viewing the scenes comfortably. You will get the chance to ride a standard cabin with standard features and amenities. This only costs HK$3,800, perfect for those who are on an average budget.

• Crystal Cabin

This cabin as the name itself is made transparent glass like crystal making it possible for tourists to see the city in a much clear and better angle or a lot would say a “Bird’s Eye view.” Enjoy the view of the sea and the grassland below your feet! This ride also gives an illusion that you are flying up above the places that you pass by. Though some would say that this feels like a little scary, the fact remains that it offers a good view of all the riders.

• Private Cabin

If you would like to share a particular moment with your family, friends, or loved ones, then I highly recommend that you try this type of cabin. This provides you a private and comfortable moment with your loved ones in a lavish way! This type of cabin costs HK$4,500, and it has the following features: priority boarding; roundtrip cable car ride; and free admission to the themed attractions in Walking with Buddha. Well, the cost that you are going to pay for this type of cabin is indeed worth it with all its equal privileges.





together with my sisters at Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car

If you would like to experience this activity and you would like to avoid the hassle of queuing most especially during peak season, you may choose to book online through their official website https://www.np360.com.hk/en/. From this website, you may also wish to pair it with other transactions and activities like the Launtau Culture and Heritage Tour, Lantau Sunset Tour, Sky-Land-Sea Day Pass, and Buddhist Walk to maximize your day adventure. Get ready to include this one in your bucket-list along with the other transactions. I am sure that this is going to be a memorable experience for you and your family or loved ones!

Lantau Island

How to get to the Ngong Ping Cable Car

By Taxi

If you want a very convenient way to reach Lantau Island, you can take a taxi which is very abundant all over Hongkong.


Another great mode of transportation in Hongkong is the MTR. Its reach is very extensive and very efficient as well.
Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal is adjacent to MTR’s Tung Chung Station. It is a two-minute walk from Exit B of the station.

MTR- Tung Chung Line
Route – Hong Kong – Tung Chung

Direct Bus Service

Bus services are available throughout Hong Kong. Get off at Shun Tung Road and it is just 10 – 15 minutes’ walk to Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal.

E11, E11A – Tin Hau Station – AsiaWorld Expo B/T
N11 –  Central (Macau Ferry Bus Terminus) – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus

E21, E21A – Tai Kok Tsui (Island Harbourview) – AsiaWorld Expo B/T
E22, E22A –  Lam Tin (North) – AsiaWorld Expo B/T
E23 –  Tsz Wan Shan (South) – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
N21 – Tsim Sha Tsui (Ferry Pier) – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus

New Territories
E31 –  Discovery Park B/T – Yat Tung Estate Terminus
E32 –  Kwai Fong Railway Station B/T – AsiaWorld Expo B/T
E33 – Tuen Mun Central B/T – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus
E34A  – Tin Shui Wai Town Centre – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre)
E34B –  Yuen Long (Ma Wang Road) – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre)
E41 – Tai Po Tau Terminus – AsiaWorld Expo B/T
E42  – Pok Hong B/T – Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) Terminus



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