Ngong Ping 360 is destined to be one of Hong Kong's "must see" attractions. Preserving the natural ecological environment and features of the Ngong Ping area and converging the custom and culture of the Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 is sure to refresh your body and enlighten your mind, as soon as you step on the Cable Car.
Ngong Ping Cable Car
Ngong Ping Village
Ngong Ping 360 Experience - Walking with Buddha
Ngong Ping 360 Experience - Monkey's Tale Theatre
Ngong Ping Tea House
Ngong Ping Cable Car  

The cable car journey will offer an attractive 20-25 minute aerial alternative to the current one-hour journey by Tung Chung Road, allowing visitors to glide across Tung Chung Bay and up to Lantau Island towards the cultural and environmental charms of Ngong Ping Plateau.

During the 20-25 minute scenic journey, travelers will experience spectacular 360 degree panoramic views over the North Lantau Country Park, the South China sea, Hong Kong International Airport, the Tung Chung valley, Ngong Ping Plateau and surrounding terrain and waterways. The trip will culminate in a spectacular view of "The Big Buddha" and the Po Lin Monastery as visitors approach Ngong Ping.

Ngong Ping Village 

Ngong Ping Village, with its iconic Tea House, will complement the Ngong Ping Skyrail and existing attractions at Ngong Ping.

Providing a wide range of interesting experiences for visitors, integrated elements of Ngong Ping Village will form a showcase for tourist attractions and includes the Ngong Ping Tea House, Walking with Buddha and the Monkey's Tale Theatre.

The village square will also provide a range of dining experiences enhanced with staged performances and street theatre.
The Walking with Buddha and Monkey's Tale Theatre will provide a light-hearted perspective of Buddhism, using modern technology and visual effects in a compelling manner that will appeal to visitors of all ages from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Throughout the village will be numerous displays featuring flora that abounds the area, including Chinese medicinal herbs and native orchids of Lantau.
To maintain the integrity of the cultural and spiritual precinct in the heart of the Ngong Ping area, the design of Ngong Ping Village and its facilities will be compatible with the existing rural and spiritual characters. A balanced and responsive architectural resolution will provide visitors with an unforgettable experience.
Ngong Ping Village will combine a unique interaction of cultural interests, state-of-the-art education components, quality tourism, retailing and a variety of cuisine from within the ambience of a Chinese village.
Ngong Ping 360 Experience - Walking with Buddha

Walking with Buddha is an immersive, multimedia attraction allowing guests to follow the life of Siddhartha Gautama - the man who became Buddha - and his path to enlightenment.

The story begins with a unique Bodhi Tree experience in the courtyard. Through the mist and incense, the voice of the Bodhi Tree introduces the story of a man who asked himself "Who am I and why am I here?" This is the story of how a man named Siddhartha became Buddha.

Walking with Buddha physically takes you on an immersive journey through Siddhartha's life. From the opulence of Siddhartha's Palace to the harshness of the Forest, you will feel as if you are truly 'walking with Buddha'. Travelling through the various stages of Siddhartha's life, you will witness his transition from being a Prince at Court to reaching supreme awareness and becoming Buddha.

Continue onwards to the 'Hall of Bodhi Leaves', here we invite you to pick a leaf from the Bodhi Tree, which will be inscribed with a 'Bodhi Thought' for your contemplation.

Your Walking with Buddha experience ends with a stroll along the 'Path of Enlightenment', which reveals the origins of Buddhism and allows you track its expansion across the globe. You will also be enlightened as to the essence of Buddha's teachings through a variety of themed scenes and activities

Ngong Ping 360 Experience - Monkey's Tale Theatre

The Monkey's Tale Theatre presents a charming and comical 'show' inspired by the famous Buddhist Jataka stories. Set in a magical courtyard under the branches of a majestic Bodhi Tree, this story will engage and inspire guests of all ages.

The entry to this attraction is framed by traditional, decorative columns which are illustrated with painted monkey murals. Moving inside, you'll be enchanted by the ambience of a seemingly open courtyard, before finding your seat in front of the panoramic film screen which is artfully blended into a wall of stone carvings.

Once the show starts, high definition computer generated animation, combined with special effects and surround sound, will engage your senses and immerse you in the 'monkey's tale'. Be amused by the antics of the three monkey friends, as they travel on a journey of greed, gluttony and friendship.

Monkey's Tale Theatre boasts an interactive atmosphere and you can't help but be amused and enlightened by the monkeys' journey and their lesson from the Monkey King.

Ngong Ping Tea House

Ngong Ping Tea House is set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens and provides regular demonstrations of traditional Chinese tea ceremonies, as well as a selection of fine teas and cakes.

Operated by Wing Wah, Ngong Ping Tea House will be the world's first interactive, multi-media teahouse. The tea ceremonies will be conducted by professional Chinese tea masters and this unique attraction will allow you to learn more about the ancient history of tea and its origins.

Wing Wah was established in 1950 and has its headquarters at Yuen Long in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Famous for its moon cakes and air-dried sausages, Wing Wah has developed a diverse array of products over the years and today it has 29 retailers around the world.

Wing Wah's aim is to promote traditional Chinese delicacies to the international community and visitors from around the world.

Ngong Ping Tea House is located in Ngong Ping Village; entry is free.

The above information is for reference only & subject to change without prior notice.