Lantau Island Cable Car Tour and Tai O Boat Ride with Ferry Transfers from Macau

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If you stay in a hotel in Macau, plan to take the most popular activity for visitors in Hong Kong, this program can help.  It offers round-trip ferry E-tickets, coach transfers and a tour escorted by English speaking tour guide.  Your admission ticket provides group entry access skip the line to a ride on Ngong Ping Cable Car, admission to visit Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and former Tai O Police Station, and a boat trip to cruise around Tai O village to see the stilt houses. Then you will be transferred back to ferry terminal to return to Macau at 20:00.
Your round trip ferry tickets will be reserved in advance.  The ferry time from Macau's Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal to Kowloon is 11:00am.Most of hotels in Macau offer free shuttle rides to this ferry terminal; if not, you'll need to make your own way there.  When you arrive at China Ferry Terminal in Kowloon, please walk for 12 minutes to Holiday Inn Golden Mile (adress:  50 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui), sign in with the staff at the tour desk in hotel lobby.   You'll be picked up at 13:10 for the coach transfer to Lantau Island.  NGONG PING CABLE CARNgong Ping Cable Car connects 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. You can choose option of standard cabin or crystal cabin. Equipped with a glass bottom, all new Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin is designed to feast your eyes with an astonishing bird's eye view. Feel the magic of the boundless sea and the rolling grassland slopes right underneath your feet.TIAN TAN BUDDHAIt is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, a large bronze statue of a Buddha Amoghasiddhi, also known as big Buddha, completed in 1993. The Buddha is 34 metres (112 ft) tall, weighs 250 tons.  You need to climb 268 steps to reach the Buddha.There are 3 museum floors beneath the Buddha statue: The Hall of Universe, The Hall of Benevolent Merit, and The Hall of Remembrance. See one of the most renowned features inside, a relic of Sakyamuni, consisting of some of his alleged cremated remains.PO LIN MONASTERYKnow as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South". Po Lin Monastery is the most popular Buddhist temple in HK. The world's largest outdoor Buddha at the Po Lin Monastery becomes a site of Pilgrimage and is visited by Buddhists' from all over the world. NGONG PING VILLAGEIt is set on a 1.5 hectare site on Lantau Island, adjacent of Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and the Tian Tan Buddha Statue. This amazing cultural themed village has been architecturally designed and landscaped to reflect the cultural and spiritual integrity of the Ngong Ping area.TAI O FISHING VILLAGE (with boat ride)It 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. Take a boat trip to cruise around the old fishing village to see the stilt houses, unusual, interconnected structures on water that form a tightly-knit fishing community for villagers to live in.  In June, July and August, pink dolphins can be seen during the boat ride. At the conclusion of your trip, you will be transferred to take a return ferry to Macau at 20:00. 

What’s included

  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
  • Round-trip Ngong Ping Cable Car ticket (Group Entry to skip the line)
  • Admission to museum beneath the Buddha
  • Visit the Tai O Heritage Hotel (Former Tai O police station)
  • Boat ride around the stilts houses in Tai O village
  • Professional English speaking tour guide service
  • Transfers between attractions and ferry terminals in Kowloon

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities for guide and driver (recommended)
  • Transfer from your hotel to Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal
  • Taxi fare from Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal back to your hotel in Macau
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