Lantau Island is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island and is one of the most popular outlying islands. With the development of Ngong Ping Cable Car and Ngong Ping Village, the island has become one of Hong Kong's favourite attractions. You will also explore Tai O; a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts, and also visit one of the tallest outdoor seated Buddha statues at the Po Lin Monastery and enjoy a great vegetarian meal there.
-Ride on the Ngong Ping Cable Car: connecting Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. The 5.7km cable car journey offers visitors spectacular 360 degree panoramic views of South China Sea, Hong Kong International Airport, North Lantau Country Park and Giant Buddha.
-Po Lin Monastery: known as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South", is perhaps the most popular Buddhist temple in Hong Kong . With one of the tallest outdoor seated Buddha statues at the monastery, it becomes a site of Pilgrimage visited by Buddhists
-The Museum below the Buddha: Three floors beneath the Buddha statue are The Hall of Universe, The Hall of Benevolent Merit, and The Hall of Remembrance. One of the most renowned features inside is a relic of Shakyamuni, consisting of some of his alleged cremated remains.
-A Chinese Vegetarian lunch will be served at the Po Lin Monastery: A heritage from ancient China, Po Lin Monastery is famous for providing high quality Buddhist vegetarian cuisine with the chefs preparing the vegetarian meal tasting similar to typical Chinese cuisine.
-Ngong Ping 360- This amazing cultural themed village has been architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the cultural and spiritual integrity of the Ngong Ping area on 1.5 hectare, adjacent to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan Buddha Statue.
-Tai O Fishing Village - also known as the "Venice of the East "was once the largest inhabited settlement on Lantau Island. The village's stilt houses on the waterfront offer a glimpse into Hong Kong's past and provide a striking contrast with the modern city.
-The Stilt Houses -A boat trip ride to cruise around the old fishing village is included. A highlight of the cruise is the stilt houses with interconnecting structures on water that form a tightly-knit fishing community for villagers to live in.