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NGONG PING 360 CABLE CAR (HONGKONG-MACAU TRIP Part 7)
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That was our day 3 in Hongkong and our destination, this time, is The Lantau Island. Lantau Island is home to the biggest Bronze Buddha.
You can reach Lantau Island by Train or by Boat or Bus at the lowest price. if you are planning to go to Ocean Park, you can opt to take the bus going to Lantau instead of Train and Cable Car which are more expensive. There are regular Cable Cabins and Crystal Cabin which has a glass bottom and more expensive of course. Well, obviously we choose the regular ones.
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?
We decided to take the train and Cable car because its the fastest. What I hated most with this trip is that I didn’t bring along with me the right lense for my camera.
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?
together with my sisters at Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car
I observed some cabins with only one passenger. I can’t imagine taking the cabin alone for 30 minutes… I don’t know if that would still be exciting or scary.
On our way to Lantau Island two other Americans joined our cable, we had a good laugh but I opted not to include them in this article for lack of permission.
As the first of its kind in Hong Kong, the cable car journey starts from Tung Chung Terminal, runs across Tung Chung Bay to a station of Airport Island where it turns about 60 degrees toward North Lantau.
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