A great base to wonder around, lots of shops and this is where you will find the cable car up to Nong Ping village.
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we booked a guided tour with Splendid tours, best way to go as they explain the customs and take you to the great photo spots on the way to the island and on it. visited the fishing village and had a boat ride to see...More
Take the cable car route from the nearest MTR. The views from the car are itself worth the trip. Try going early morning / late evening to avoid the heat near the Buddha statue. There is an Indian restaurant in the village which is expensive...More
Green, quiet and a big contrast from central and tsim sha tsui areas. Almost feels like a different country. Stayed 3 nights. Cows and water buffaloes walking around. Sounds of nature. Went and saw Thai O fishing village which is very nice. Also saw Po...More
We skipped the touristy items on Lantau went to a beach. It was nice, not amazing but convenient & pretty. Took about 2 hours from Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon to get there by subway then bus.
We took the afternoon trip which was organised from the Grand Harbour Kowloon Hotel. All flowed smoothly guides we're knowledgeable and did a great job. Trip was the right length in time and the walking was not difficult. Definitely worth doing as a tour as...More
A pleasant day out. Catch the train to Tung Chung and it's a short walk to the Ngong Ping cable car. Make the most of the tour service available and go to Tai O fishing village as part of your day. Experiencing the different culture...More
Lantau island is a great escape for Hong Kong's densely packed population, with less of the dazzle from world renowned brands such as Gucci etc, and more of local friendly neighbourhood, with nice family owned stores selling a variety of cold fruit beverages, mango pudding,...More