How to Get to Ngong Ping 360?

Ngong Ping Village is the first attraction we visited when we're in Hong Kong. We went there straight from the airport to save time since our arrival is early. In all of our trips, I'm always the one who prepared the itinerary and I always make sure that we spend our time wisely, besides traveling is not free. If you are planning on going there as soon as you arrive in Hong Kong, here's how:

Via the Cable Car:
If coming from the Airport, take a Lantau (blue) taxi, fare is HK$35;  or bus to Citygate outlets, fare is HK3.50. Travel time is approximately 10 minutes, depending on traffic. The taxi will drop you off at the entrance of the mall, but the bus will drop you off at the terminal beside the mall facing the Tung Chung Terminal Exit B.
Bus Terminal facing the Exit B of Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal
You have an option to deposit your luggage at the Citygate Outlets Self-Service Lockers and the Cable Car Tung Chung Terminal Luggage Storage Service for convenience.
If you're coming from the mall, after depositing your luggage,  head to the exit from the path between K-Swiss and the City Chain Outlet. Turn left to get the exit then as soon as you get out, turn right. In just a few steps, you can already see the path leading to the cable car terminal, just in front of the Tung Chung Post Office building.
There are uniformed guides that will point you where to go and what to do. well, you only need them at the start, after that just follow-the people in front of the line to get to the ticketing window.
They are very strict and organized so you will have no problems buying tickets and riding the cable car. As of us, we booked the ticket from Klook Travel at a discounted price, so we had to wait a little longer to get the actual ticket. But it's worth it because we were able to save a few bucks.
After buying the ticket, you will be directed to the platform to ride the cable car. It takes a maximum of 19 minutes for the ride, a very amazing but yet a little scary ride.
The line at the opening of the Cable Car Terminal
 The line at before noon when we got back from Ngong Ping
  • If you can, make sure to visit Ngong Ping as early as possible. They open the cable car terminal at exactly 9:00am, so it's best to go there 15 or 30 minutes it opens. It tends to get over crowded before noon.
  • Cable Car ticket is a little pricey, depends on the car you want to ride so for a discounted ticket, you might want to book in advance through Klook.
  • Plan your visit very carefully. Keep in consideration the maintenance schedule of the cable cars. The themed village remains open.
       Schedule Maintenance for 2016:
       1 Feb – 4 Feb
       14 Mar – 20 Mar
       16 May - 18 May
       11 Jul - 15 Jul
*The above dates are scheduled according to the latest maintenance    program, and are subject to changes due to unforeseeable circumstances such as weather conditions.
*The cable car does not run in extremely adverse weather conditions or when Typhoon Signal 3 or higher is hoisted.
       Opening Hours:
       10:00am – 06:00pm
       Weekends & Public Holidays
       09:00am – 06:30pm
For more information: please visit their website:

Via a Taxi:
Take a Lanatu Taxi (Blue Color) fro Hong Kong International Airport directly to Ngong Ping 360. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes and costs around HK$220. 
Please note that an additional HK$5 per luggage is added to your fare, this is the standard rules for riding a taxi. If there's a need to pay a toll fee, it will also be added to your taxi fare. You can request for a receipt to guarantee your rights.

Via a Bus:
From the bus terminus near Tung Chung MTR Station Exit B take New Lantao Bus Company Service 23. Bus operates from 8:00am to 10:00pm. Bus fare is HK$17.20 (Php103.20), half fare for children. Travel time is approximately 50 minutes.


  1. A very helpful post especially for first timers or for people who have not been to Hong Kong yet and have plans in going. Me and my kids are saving for our first international tour and hopefully we can include this on our list since our destination would be Hong Kong :) Anyway, I am interviewing top pinoy travel bloggers and I found you. Are you open for an interview? Kindly let me know if you're interested, email is Thank you :)

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