Well worth the trip go visit! It's the largest Buddha in the world and climb the seventeen flights of steps at 13-14 per flight. Great day out.
We enjoyed our visit to the Big Buddha. To avoid the crowds we left early and took the MTR to Tung Chung Station Exit B and from there the 23 bus to the Po Lin Monastery. You can catch the 23 bus to the right of the stairs to the Ngong Ping Cable Car. (The cable car only begins running... More
We travelled by bus as the queue for the cable car up was over 1.5hrs - best to book online & get allocated a timeslot. Views were amazing. Got the cablecar back down - which was a great experience. Well worth the trip
As most of the reviewers here mentioned, it is a must go place if you were to visit Hong Kong. I took the bus when I visited the Big Buddha as the Cable Car service was temporarily unavailable due to their annual maintenance. Nevertheless, it was still interesting as you would get to see the amazing coastal view as the... More
Best is to take tour it will cover cable car pink dolphins and rest of the places without queue abd by bus
Taking the Cable Car was amazing, but seeing this larger than imagined statue of the Buddha was a life changing experience. It just leaves you in awe, the beauty of the surroundings and the majesty of the Buddha, not to mention the serenity of the Po Lin Monastery.
This is a must, and really two ways to do it. Both start taking the Tung Chung MTR to the end. Leave the station and proceed to the cable car station. The cable car starts at 10AM and I believe the cost was about $150HKD for a roundtrip. First way is to take the roundtrip cable car up. If you... More
Although there are components of this trip that are designed for tourists, the overall experience is still excellent. I would highly recommend the "crystal" cable car. It is only a little extra cost but gives not a glass floor but allows you to fast track the queues
Took MTR to Tung Chung and change to public bus number 23 to big buddha. The bus waiting time is 20 to 30 mins. Great scenery for photo taking and a sort of village town for tourist shopping. Tried the so so soya bean curd. The black sesame is much better.
Got here hiking from behind the Buddha. Amazing experience. Nature, in the rainy season there might be waterfalls and I got the surprise of snake got through my way.. scary but fun. On top the Buddha, the temple and the civilization.. great experience
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