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The Ngong Ping Fun Walk is a 2.5 km scenic path suitable for beginners. Level and broad, it is an easy route that takes about 45 minutes to complete. Past the wooded section by Po Lin Monastery, you come to the temple's Tea Garden. At the end of the trail, get on the side path and walk 150 metres to the left. There, a sylvan glade gives a breathtaking view of Nei Lak Shan and Lantau Peak. The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department has built a 350 m Tree Walk along the Fun Walk. Planted along the walk are 20 native wild plants, among them rare and unusual species. This walk is a choice destination for families and plant lovers.

How to go to Ngong Ping


How to go to Ngong Ping

A ferry service to Lantau Island is available at Pier 6 in Central (both normal and fast ferries available). At Mui Wo Pier, the NLB terminus has bus routes to all parts of Lantau. You can also take a ferry at Tuen Mun Pier to Tung Chung. On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, a ferry service runs between Tsimshatsui Ferry Pier and Mui Wo. Take NLB no. 2 in Mui Wo Pier to Ngong Ping

Visitors can take the MTR Tung Chung Line or Airport Express to Tung Chung in Lantau. NLB services to various parts of the island are available there. Take NLB no. 23 in Tung Chung town centre to Ngong Ping.  


Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Terminals are situated in Tung Chung and Ngong Ping, Lantau Island in Hong Kong.


Tung Chung Terminal is adjacent to MTR's Tung Chung Station in Tung Chung Town Centre. A quick accessed via MTR with alternative thru buses or taxi and the best direct routes are reference at followings: