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Lantau Island is the biggest island in Hong Kong. It is referred to as “the lungs of Hong Kong”, due to its pristine environment, stunning natural landscape, and quaint fishing village. A popular attraction here is climbing Phoenix Mountain to watch the beautiful sunrise. It is a tranquil and relaxing place for visitors wanting to escape the bustle of the city.
|1~9 pax||149 USD|
*It is a join-in tour and departs on each afternoon. The tour takes Max. 6 hours. No meals are included.
Services Not Included:
In the afternoon, you will be picked up at an appointed place with other tourists. Your English-speaking guide and driver will drive you to visit the cable car station of Ngong Ping. You will then take the 25-minute cable car up to Ngong Ping. Upon arrival, you will visit the Ngong Ping market. Walking through the market, you will reach the Po Lin Monastery, which is home to many devout monks.
Next on the tour, you will be driven to the picturesque Tai O Fishing Village. It is located on the western coast of Lantau Island. With its traditional houses and seafood market, visitors get a slice of the village's traditional life.
The tour then takes you across the bridge, for a stroll along Tai O Market Street, then walk to Tai O Heritage Hotel. The hotel is situated on a small hill next to the Tai O Ferry Pier. Consisting of the main block, the outhouse block, both of which are each two-stories high and connected by a footbridge on the first floor. It was formerly the Tai O Police station, and one of the earliest police stations built in the New Territories.
After the tour, you will be driven back to your hotel.
Ancient Village, Historic, Markets, Monastery, Nature, Walking Tour
Attractions: Ngong Ping market, Po Lin Monastery, Tai O Fishing Village, Tai O Heritage Hotel
Cities visited: Hong Kong
Provinces visited: Hong Kong
Ideal seasons: Winter, Summer, Spring, Autumn
Ideal audiences: Seniors, Singles, Couples, Dating, Family
Religions: Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Taoist, Bahá'í
Type of transportation: Bus