Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 (abbr. NP360) is one of Hong Kong's must-see attractions. Located on Lantau Island, it includes an incredible cable car journey and the culturally themed Ngong Ping Village.
 
Ngoing Ping 360 Cable Car Station
Ngoing Ping 360 Cable Car Station
 

Cable Car Cabins & Services

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car System is owned by Hong Kong MTR Corporation, the operator of Hong Kong's rail system.  The system has 112 cabins, each of which has a modern design with seating for ten and standing room for another seven.  It also incorporates features to meet the needs of disabled passengers, including the elderly and wheelchair users. The system can move 3,500 people per hour in each direction. Two levels of service are offered—standard cabins and crystal cabins. The crystal cabins are distinguished by their glass bottoms and tickets are charged at a premium rate. Both sets of cabins circulate on the same ropeway with passengers being segregated by queuing systems at both termini.
 

Cable Car Route & Scenery

Ngong Ping Cable Car is a spectacular 5.7km (3.5 miles) 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. 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. The total journey time is between 24 to 30 minutes depending on the weather. It saves up to forty minutes' time over the New Lantau Bus Line 23 that traversed a tortuous mountain road to get to Ngong Ping. Passengers enjoy some spectacular views during the fun-filled ride, viz., the vast South China Sea; the rolling grasslands of North Lantau County Park; the hustle and bustle of the city and Lantau's famous natural landscapes.  Eyes can also feast on panoramic views of the vibrant Hong Kong International Airport; the Tian Tan Buddha Statue and the Ngong Ping Plateau. The number "360" in "NP 360" means that passengers have a 360-degree view of Lantau Island.
 
 

Ngong Ping Village

This is a 1.5 hectares (3.7 acres) site adjacent to the NP Cable Car Terminal. As a culturally themed village, it boasts several attractions including Walking with Buddha; Monkey's Tale Theater and Ngong Ping Tea House. It also has a diverse array of retail, dining and entertainment establishments. Street performers entertain visitors with Kungfu demonstrations and acrobatic shows. Additionally, visitors can make wishes at the Bodhi Wishing Shrine. The Buddhist Po Lin Monastery and the world's largest Buddha statue, the bronze Tian Tan, are a leisurely five-minute stroll from the village.
 

Opening Hours:

Working Days 10:00 - 18:00
Weekends & Public Holidays 09:00 - 18:30

 Note: The cable car is closed sometimes for maintenance, but the Ngong Ping Village remains open.
 

Tickets & Fares (HK$):

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Adults Children (aged 3 to 11) Senior Citizens (aged 65 +)
Round Trip (Standard / Crystal Cabin) 210 / 290 100 / 180 140 / 220
Single Trip (Standard / Crystal Cabin) 145 / 200 70 / 130 95 / 150
Ngong Ping to Tung Chung Standard Cabin +
Tung Chung to Ngong Ping Crystal Cabin
265 155 195

360 Fun Pass

Adults Children (aged 3 to 11) Senior Citizens (aged 65 +)
Standard Cabin 290 180 220
Crystal Cabin 370 260 300
* Including: roundtrip on Cable Car and one-off admission to each of the following attractions: "Stage 360", "Motion 360" and "Walking with Buddha"
 

Sunset Tour

Adults Children (aged 3 to 11)
Standard Cabin 690 630
Crystal Cabin 750 690
* Including: Single trip cable car experience, Po Lin Monastery, Big Buddha, Tai O Fishing Village, Cheung Sha Beach, round trip air-conditioned sightseeing bus transfer to/from Tai O, dinner at Tai O Heritage Hotel, single trip MTR ticket and guided service.
 

360 Holiday Guided Tour

Adults Children (aged 3 to 11)
Standard Cabin 430 360
Crystal Cabin 490 430
* Including: roundtrip on Cable Car, NP Village, Po Lin Monastery, Big Buddha, Tai O Fishing Village with boat excursion, scented tea, and local snacks.
 

Private Cabin Service

HK$ 3,800 per Standard Cabin; HK$ 4,500 per Crystal Cabin.
* Including: Round trip cable car ride in a private cabin, queue-free ticketing service, priority boarding and free admission to Walking with Buddha.

 
Bus Station at Ngoing Ping 360
Bus Station at Ngoing Ping 360

How to get to Ngong Ping

  From the City
By MTR: Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal is 2-minute walk from Exit B of MTR's Tung Chung Station.
By Direct Bus: Take Bus E11 or E11A at Hong Kong Island, E21, E21A, E22, E22A, or E23 at Kowloon, get off at Shun Tung Road and it is just 10 to 15 minutes' walk to Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal. Or take Bus E31, E32, E33, or E41, and E42 at New Territories and get off at Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal. On Sundays and Public Holidays, visitors can ride on New Lantao Bus 1R from Hung Hom to Ngong Ping.
By Taxi: The estimated journey time and taxi fare: 30mins and HK$290 from Central, 37mins and HK$220 from Tsim Sha Tsui, 31mins and HK$240 from Shatin. Note that these trips are subject to traffic condition.

 From Hong Kong Int'l Airport:
By Bus: Catch Bus S1/S56 to Tung Chung Bus Terminus, which is next to the Ngong Ping Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal. The bus journey takes about 10-20mins.
By Taxi: A Lantau Taxi (blue) journey from Hong Kong International Airport to the NP 360's Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal is around 10mins with a cost of around HK$35.
- Last modified on Oct. 08, 2019 -
Questions & Answers on Ngong Ping 360
Asked by Janikka Shaina Dotullo from PHILIPPINES | Jan. 02, 2020 02:51Reply
We will be arriving by 8am at HK airport do you have any suggestions where to leave our luggages
if we will go to Ngong Ping in the morning? We are a group of 5 including a 5yrs old kid. Thanks
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Answered by Daniel from USA | Jan. 05, 2020 18:57
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According to HKIA website, those who need to store baggage temporarily can use the secure short-term baggage storage facility on Level 5 of Terminal 1 (non-restricted area). It operates from 05:30 until 01:30 the next day, every day. 
Asked by indah from INDONESIA | Sep. 29, 2019 20:37Reply
We plan to see big Buddha once we arrive to hongkong on oct 25,2019 on arrival by SQ from Singapore.
Could you give us any suggestion which transportation we should take?
If we take taxi, is the traffic there good?
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Answered by Ronnie from THAILAND | Oct. 08, 2019 01:17
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You can take S56 (CTB) from Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, Cheong Tat Road to Tung Chung Station, and transfer to 23 (NLB) from Tung Chung Town Centre to Ngong Ping Village. It takes around 70 minutes with HK$20.7. I'm not sure about the traffic condition if you take taxi since it is a long distance and I think the cab fare will be high.
Asked by ruchir from INDIA | Jul. 28, 2019 11:40Reply
cable car, lantau island from hk airport
hello,
i have a 10 hours layover in hong kong from 7:00 AM, want to cover up cable car and big Buddha and monastery. will be travelling solo. since my first time in hong kong, please help to build a itinerary from airport to cover up cable car and buddha and return back to airport in time.
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Answered by Riley from CANADA | Aug. 07, 2019 01:15
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Well, you need to hurry up and make full use of the layover to tour around Big Buddha.
HKIA to Big Buddha: Take bus no.S56 to Tung Chung Station. Then transfer to bus no.23 to Ngong Ping Village. Then you can tour around Big Buddha. The whole way takes around 70 mins with the fare of 21 HKD per person.
The return way is the same. Don't worry.

Remember to go back to HKIA 2 hours in advance before the departure.
Asked by Lydia from SINGAPORE | Jun. 05, 2019 18:28Reply
Hi, kindly advice to to get to ngong ping from royal plaza hotel. Thks
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Answered by Aviva from THAILAND | Jun. 11, 2019 22:40
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You can take subway from Mong Kok East (Exit D) to Tung Chung (Exit B), then transfer to NLB 23 to your destination. It takes around 100 minutes and costs HK$37.9.
Asked by Tin from PHILIPPINES | Mar. 20, 2019 01:10Reply
Going back to Ngong ping to HK aiport without taking the cable car?
Hi, since the cable car operates until 6 pm, what are the options of transportation going back to the airport?
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Answered by Hailey from DENMARK | Mar. 25, 2019 01:44
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Yes, you can take bus no.23 from Ngong Ping to Tung Chung Fire Station first. Then transfer to bus no.E11A to Harbour Building, Pier Road. After arriving, walk to HKIA directly. It takes around 100 minutes on the way. The ticket fare is around HKD38/person.
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