Hotel Nikko Hong Kong

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

72 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
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From Kowloon to Lantau Island for the cable ride and outdoor sitting budha

by handher

Hello;

Can someone advise how to do above itinerary mentioned? I know the easier way is to take a paid tour but i cannot spend 8hours in the tour and all them take this long. I am looking to do this 3-5 hours tops. Can someone advice itinerary from hyatt regency tsim sha tsui to the cable ride and then up to the statue and perhaps the monastery? Thanks

Re: From Kowloon to Lantau Island for the cable ride and outdoor sitting budha

by swissfondue

Ok, this itinerary is achievable in approx 4.5 hours as I have done it myself, allowing for around an hour at the Big Buddha and surrounding village.

Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station is easy walking distance from the Hyatt Regency.
Take the red Tseun Wan Line towards Tseun Wan and get off at Lai King.
From Lai King take the orange Tung Chung Line 3 stops to Tung Chung. The Ngong Ping cable car station is only a couple of minutes walk from Tung Chung MTR station. The Citygate outlet shooping centre is also accessed through the station.

The first cable car leaves around 10am but there are maintenance days when the cable car does not operate. You can check the maintenance schedule and other information at www.np360.com.hk.

Re: From Kowloon to Lantau Island for the cable ride and outdoor sitting budha

by handher

thanks for the tip; is The Ngong Ping cable car station too hard to find? i am afriad of getting lost. Is it visible or is hidden away? pls advice.

thanks.

Re: From Kowloon to Lantau Island for the cable ride and outdoor sitting budha

by swissfondue

No, its not hard to find at all. Once you arrive at Tung Chung look for Exit B on the station concourse. It is only a two minute walk there from the station.

Hong Kong is very tourist savy. Directions and signage are always in English and easy to read and follow. You wont have any problem finding the cable car terminal.

Allow 30 minutes to get from TST to Tung Chung.

Hours of operation for the cable car are 10.00am - 6.00pm Weekdays and 9.00am to 6.30pm weekends.

You can make an online booking but you still need to pick up your boarding pass from the ticket office. There can be queues especially on public holidays but they move pretty quickly so I would just buy the ticket on the day.

Re: From Kowloon to Lantau Island for the cable ride and outdoor sitting budha

by tenluk

Heidi information is correct, it is very easy to do it yourself to the giant buddha, soonest you arrive Tung Chung then you will see the cable car that is only go to the Ngong Ping Giant Buddha. Hong kong interested spot for tourist is very easy to reach.

Travel Tips for Kowloon

Temple Street at night - you...

by vividvivian

Temple Street at night - you will have another picture of Hong Kong (actually it's in kowlon, hehe) - food stalls and hawkers and fortune telling on the street... Star Ferry - i dun know what will happen if we dun have Star Ferry one day. many travellers like this transportation alot to take pictures of Central and Wan Chai and also Tsimshatsui.

Growth and development never end in Hong Kong!

Walking along Nathan Road

by vividvivian

from T.S.T. to Mongkok, from CBD to trendy point. from suit to in-fashion. Nathan Road is long which can spend you at least 25-30mins to finish (simply just walk along), you may be attracted by the shops stand along the street and finally you may spend 3 hours to finish this street :D

Parks in the city

by victorwkf

When I was in Kowloon, Yin of VT bought me to this lovely big park near the ferry terminal in Kowloon. Unfortunately I could not remember its name but it is a very good green spot in an otherwise concrete and packed city.

wong tai sin temple

by vividvivian

it's the most popular temple for both tourists and locals residents as it serves three religions: Buddhism, Taosim and Confucianism. Taoist god has eraned a great reputation for his pwers of predicting the future and hundreds of fortune tellers rent stalled just outside the temple. It's one of the scene that you can't miss out!
Besides fortune telling, it is also a great place to see traditional Chinese temple architecture, with its amazing techniques and colourful carvings.
Admission if free, but you can give some donation at the entrance if you want.
Also, you dun have to bring lots of things if you wanna do some worship-like thing, some stalls outside sell those stuff like "hell Bank" money, just bring along $ and you will have what you want !
One more thing, please beware of pick pocket when lots of people doing the worshipping activities.

CHINESE BEST BET

by ROCKARIA

The Chinese enjoy betting and from early morning till the late hours of night you could see various places in the streets where betting is taking place.....i was amazed in one instance as the photo shows how this guy trained a bird to find the Joker by coming out of the cage and turning the card where the Joker was with his beak!!

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Address: 72 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China