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Full Day Lantau Island Small Group Tour in Hong Kong

  • 7-hour small-group day tour of Lantau Island
  • Small-group tour limited to nine people provides an intimate experience
  • Ride the Ngong Ping Cable Car up to Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha)
Full Day Lantau Island Small Group Tour in Hong Kong
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Full Day Lantau Island Small Group Tour in Hong Kong
USD 173.31
Visit some of Lantau Island’s most well-known and intriguing spots all in one day on this 7-hour tour. Make your way by cable car up to Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha), where you can choose to go up the 268 steps to the top. Then, head over to the village of Tai O to see a Taoist temple and two remaining shrimp sauce production factories. Stop for lunch at a UNESCO site, and take a boat ride by stilt houses built right on the water.
What to Expect
Your day tour starts at Tung Chung MTR Station Exit B. If your tour is on a Tuesday or Thursday, meet at 9:45 am, and if you’re meeting on a Sunday or public holiday, meet at 8:45am. Please keep in mind it might be smart to show up 5-10 minutes before the actual meeting time. Because the cable car tickets are pre-booked, your guide can not wait for people who are late. This tour operates with a maximum of nine people, ensuring you’ll enjoy a small-group experience your expert guide.

Start off your day with a 25-minute ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car, as you take in sights of one of Hong Kong’s largest islands. Your cable car stops when you get up to Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha). Here you can learn about Buddhism, and climb up 268 steps to the top. Also, visit the Po Lin Monastery and the Hall of 10,000 Buddhas.

From there, take a 20-minute public bus ride over to the village of Tai O. Stop by two shrimp sauce production factories and a Taoist temple. Stop for lunch at the old police station, which is now a UNESCO-recognized heritage hotel. Hop aboard a boat, and cruise as you spot stilt houses built right up on the water.

Once your time on the island has come to an end, travel back to Tung Chung MTR station by public bus.
Reviews (14)
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Reviewed 25 August 2018
Family trip

Exceptionnal, with Stephanie, french speaking was an super extra for, we all have a new view of Hong Kong thanks to this experience, Highly recommanded

Thank Ismail J
Reviewed 23 June 2018
Personable & Flexible

A very personable, private tour documented with loads of photos, personal stories and insights. A great job by Stephanie, our guide. She managed timing very well and we even had time for detours to try out the famous beancurd on Lantau Island and also the...More

1  Thank JW S
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile
Gret time with Mel

HEllo HK and Mel were awesome. Mel was such as great tour guide. It was awesome to have someone with our group who knows how to take pictures as well. I have taken a lot of tours with guides who know their stuff but you...More

Thank Ruben B
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile
Fantastic tour with exceptional guide

We took a 4 person tour to Lantau Island today. Our guide, Mel, met us at 9, exactly, for our adventure. We took several modes of transportation including train and bus to see the Big Buddha, Tao O fishing village, and I almost forgot ,...More

Thank asp1228
Reviewed 24 April 2018
Great tour

The tour took us to all the main site across Lantau Island, while providing enough time at each place to appreciate it. Our tour guide Mel was knowledgeable and engaging, and provided several great tips for places to go/eat within Hong Kong as well. Good...More

1  Thank Nick T
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