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Lantau Island And Giant Buddha Cable Car Group Tour With Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island
"Hotel pickup time at about 7:20am to 8:00pm; back to hotel at 5:00pm.- HIGHLIGHTS -OLD CLOCK TOWERThe Clock Tower was part of former Kowloon Station of Kowloon-Canton Railway since 1915. The main terminus building was demolished in 19 and you will have chance to see the splendid vew of Victoria Harbour.NGONG PING CABLE CARNgong Ping Cable Car connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. The 5.7km cable car journey offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of South Chin Hong Kong International Airport North Lantau Country Park and Giant Buddha.TIAN TAN BUDDHAA large bronze statue of a Buddha Amoghasiddhi also known as big buddha completed in 1993.  The Buddha is 34 metres (112 ft) tall weighs 250 tons. You need to climb 268 steps to reach the Buddha
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Coach Day Tour - Lantau Island Visiting and Giant Buddha Cable Car Tour Plus Tai O Boat Ride
"Hotel pickup time at about 7:30am to 8:00am back to hotel at 5:00pm.- HIGHLIGHTS -OLD CLOCK TOWERThe Clock Tower was part of former Kowloon Station of Kowloon-Canton Railway since 1915. The main terminus building was demolished in 1978 leaving only the clock tower. It is a land and you will have chance to see the splendid vew of Victoria Harbour.NGONG PING CABLE CARNgong Ping Cable Car connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. The 5.7km cable car journey offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of South Chin Hong Kong International Airport North Lantau Country Park and Giant Buddha.TIAN TAN BUDDHAA large bronze statue of a Buddha Amoghasiddhi also known as big buddha completed in 1993.  The Buddha is 34 metres (112 ft) tall
From HKD1,015.00
 
Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Day Trip from Hong Kong
"Your Lantau Island tour in Hong Kong begins with hotel pickup followed by an express ferry ride across Hong Kong Harbour. When you reach Lantau Island with your guide board a coach to beautiful Cheung Sha Beach – Hong Kong's longest beach. From here head to the unique Tai O fishing village where you’ll find local fishermen's homes built on stilts. Your scenic coach journey will take you up a winding mountain road to Ngong Ping Plateau where the majestic Tian Tan Buddha sits near the Po Lin Monastery. Popularly known as the Big Buddha or Giant Buddha the statue reaches more than 111 feet (34 meters) high
From HKD1,038.00

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Possibly the smallest draw bridge

Quite possibly the worlds smallest draw bridge is in Tai O. Sun Kei street and Sun Kei Bridge are pedestrian-only streets, at most only ~2m wide.If you find this bridge, just continue across and...
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Kwan Tai Temple

Kwan Tai Temple is about as central in the village of Tai O as you can get. The temple is a modest one, but is rich with decorations and ornate tiles. It is small and only requires a few minutes to...
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Stilt Houses

Built on stilts in a narrow creek channel, these house are the most distinctive characteristic of Tai O. They are inhabites mostly by the Tanka people, descendants of the ancient Yueh tribe who were...
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Tin Hau Teample

Built in the 25th year of Jiaqing reign of the Qing Dynasty (1820), the temple located at Fan Lau Tsuen of the southwest of Lantau Island honors Tin Hau – the guardian of the sea to form Tai O, Cheung...
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Narrow Lanes

Narrow lanes meander through tiny Tai O village. These little walkways are barely two metres wide and every once in a while, you'll see children playing and village elders walking through. Oversized...
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Over Tai O

Colourful Clan Banners fly overhead the village of Tai O. Traditions, customs and folks practices are pretty much alive in this place. It's almost as though time has stand still for this place while...
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Hung Shing Temple

This is a simple temple for workship of the Sea God, and features a bell cast in the first year of Emperor Qian Long (1763), the same year the temple was built.
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Dried Seafood

You'll see dried oysters and clams for sale everywhere you go in Tai O. They're ugly as hell but one wrinkled oyster can make the difference between a full-bodied broth and an ordinary soup.
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Dried Seafood

And in those narrow lanes, in little nooks and crevices are shophouses selling dried seafood like fish skin, fish stomach and other stuff some folks won't dream of eating.
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Small Sea channel

Initially, I thought that Tai O was built over a delta river but it's actually straddling a small sea channel between Lantau and a small island on which part of the village lies.
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Precarious little houses

Everywhere in Tai O are little shanty houses precariously built on stilts with crude ladders leading to small fishing boats.
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Dried fish

Salted dried fish, hang to dry in the hot sun on poles. Traditional method of preserving fish and a reminder that time stands still for Tai O.
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Modern Bridge

The first thing that you'll see upon entering Tai O is a steel footbridge that has replaced an old rope ferry that was once operated by elderly women .
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Visit the famous Ha Cheong factory!!

Unique place. It has been now the 3rd generation who is doing this. I am not sure what do you call in english but maybe, its like belacan.
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No.57 Kat Hing Street, Tai O, Lantau, N.T.
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"Tai O oozes with Rustic Charm"
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"Rustic Fishing Village in the Modern HK"
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"The village on stilts"
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"Tai O"
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