The Ngong Ping 360 cable car journey follows a 5.7km route over the mountains and valleys of Lantau Island

Since its opening in 2006 and despite early problems Ngong Ping 360 (NP360) has rapidly established a worldwide reputation as one of Hong Kong’s “must do” tourist experiences. NP360 allows visitors the opportunity to enjoy a 5.7 km ride on a state of the art cable car system through outstanding scenery to a culturally-themed village and its surrounding attractions at Ngong Ping located on a high plateau in the heart of mountainous Lantau Island.

The 30 year franchise for ownership of The Tung Chung Cable Car Project (as it was originally known) was awarded by the Hong Kong Government to MTR Corporation Ltd (MTRC) in 2002 after proposals for a cable car system to link Tung Chung and Ngong Ping had first been put forward some ten years earlier. Construction commenced in February 2004 and NP360 opened to the public in September 2006 having cost in the region of HK$1 billion. The cableway system was built by Italian Leitner Group, a world-leading cable way company, civil engineering and building works were carried out by Maeda Corporation and Australian company Skyrail-ITM were originally appointed as operators of the system having owned and operated one of Australia’s major tourist attractions, a rainforest cableway at Cairns in North Queensland.

Construction was undertaken in extremely difficult conditions in hazardous terrain in an area of scenic beauty in a country park and environmental impact of the project was a major consideration. One remarkable consequence of minimising such impact was that six mules brought in from Canada were used for transportation of materials, in addition to helicopters being employed for construction of the towers.

The cable car system is the largest aerial cable car system of its kind (bi-cable circulating detachable cable car) and incorporates eight support towers, two angle stations (for change of direction), 112 cabins (gondolas) and all the associated ancillary equipment. The ropeway which is capable of a maximum operating speed of 7 metres per second is a circular system operating in an anti-clockwise direction enabling cabins to be detached allowing passengers to embark and disembark at a speed of 0.25 metres per second. The project also included construction of the two termini, passenger transport interchange, Ngong Ping Village and a 5.6 kms, 1.5 metre wide emergency rescue trail and helicopter landing pads. In the unlikely event of an aerial rescue of passengers stranded in cabins having to be carried out there is an elaborate rescue plan in place involving some 199 emergency workers including 179 firefighters.

NP 360 had a troubled early history. During its first nine months of operation there were numerous incidents and unscheduled service interruptions culminating in an out of operating hours incident in June 2007 when an empty cabin fell 50 metres into a valley during a manual brake test resulting in the system being closed down for some six months. The cause of the incident was human error and not electrical or mechanical defect but a report into the incident by a government appointed Expert Panel in July 2007 was highly critical of management and maintenance of the project and laid down strict criteria for its reopening which included replacement of parts, improved management and maintenance procedures, better staff training and re-testing and re-commissioning of the system. In September 2007 MTR Corp formed a new subsidiary company Ngong Ping 360 Ltd to replace Skyrail-ITM as operators who were effectively sacked. The new company is headed by a strong and highly experienced management team led by an ex-MTRC manager with over 24 years electrical and mechanical engineering experience and supported by several overseas cableway operators and engineers from Europe. The system was reopened to the public on 31st December 2007. The new operators have done much to restore public confidence and despite its earlier problems Ngong Ping 360 has quickly restored its position as one of Hong Kong’s major attractions. Maintenance procedures have been strengthened although this necessarily means the number of days the system is closed for scheduled maintenance has increased. Communication with the public has been improved so that in the event of service suspensions notices are put up at entry gates to all MTR Tung Chung Line stations as well as public announcements being made along the line and media are notified as well as notices being placed on the NP360 website. Several special promotions and joint promotions with other Hong Kong attractions have been arranged to allow NP360 visitor to enjoy various discounts. Passenger numbers have grown steadily and during 2014 the cable carried over 1.83 million passengers. A general decline in visitor numbers to Hong Kong in 2015 saw a fall in annual patronage to 1.62 million with an average daily patronage of about 5,100 although at weekends and public holidays this can rise to 8,000 at weekends and on special occasions such as Lunar New Year the system has carried as many as 13,000 passengers daily. About 29% of visitors in 2015 were from mainland China and Macau, 21% were Hong Kong residents and 50% from Western and other Asian countries. The system is now operating at its maximum capacity of 108 cabins and in the event of passenger numbers continuing to grow the speed of travel may need to be increased thus shortening the journey time.

2016 saw an 5.5% increase in visitor numbers to 1.71 million with an average daily attendance of 5,234. 28% of visitors were from Mainland China and Macau, 57% were international visitors and 15% were local residents. The system operated at 99.87% average reliability with a delay rate equating to less than one minute in every 8 hours of operation.

In 2017 the number of operating days was 120 fewer than the previous year owing to the 5-month rope replacement project in the first half which, as a consequence, resulted in a 38.9% decrease in visitors to 1.04 million. The average daily patronage saw a reduction of 3.2% to 5,086. 57% of visitors were from Western and Asian countries, 27% from Mainland China and 16% were local residents.

In 2018 Ngong Ping 360 received 1.83 million visitors with a ten-year high daily average of 5,385. 58% of visitors were from Western and Asian countries, 27% from mainland China and Macau and 15% local residents. Visitor numbers from Thailand and the Philippines accounted for the largest increases, by 16% and 11% respectively. Average reliability of the cable car system also reached a record high of 99.93%.

In the year ended December 2019 Ngong Ping 360 received 1.45 million visitors with a daily average of 4,445 representing a 17.5% decrease on 2018. 56% of visitors were from Western and Asian countries, 25% from mainland China and Macau and 19% local residents. Although visitor numbers increased by 10% in the first half of the year a steep decline was recorded in the second half as the effects of anti-government protests took their toll on visitor numbers, particularly from the mainland. Average reliability of the cable car system reached a record high of 99.93% representing a delay of less than 1 minute for every 8 hours of operation.

Visitor numbers for the year ended December 2020 were badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic which resulted in Hong Kong's borders closed to all but residents for most of the year and the number of operating days for the cable car reduced to 204, 40% fewer than in the previous year. The number of visitors declined to 260,000, the majority of which were local residents and the daily average for visitor numbers was 1,271. The cable car service achieved an average reliability of 99.3% matching the previous year's record.

The attraction was again badly affected by the pandemic in 2021. The cable car operated on 323 days allowing for scheduled maintenance and government anti-pandemic measures, and the of visitors during the year was 460,000, almost entirely local. Operating reliability was 99.95%.

In 2023 Ngong Ping 360’s visitor numbers recovered to 1.38 million, representing 95% of pre-covid levels and an increase of 255% over 2022 following reopening of the borders. Average daily visitor numbers from February to December 2023 compared to those for the whole of 2019 shows that the overall number of overseas visitors has returned to approximately 92% of the 2019 level. The number of mainland Chinese visitors exceeded pre-COVID-19 levels by approximately 30%. The number of visitors from the short-haul Asian market recovered to approximately 97% of the 2019 level. The number of local visitors in 2023 increased by 23% compared with 2019. The number of 360 Annual Pass members in 2023 also increased by 29% compared with 2019.

There were occasional minor unscheduled service interruptions since the reopening in December 2007 and the system had operated relatively trouble-free but four stoppages resulting from technical faults over a six week period during December 2011 and January 2012 have led to the system being closed from 26th January 2012, for a period expected to be about two months. In the last incident on 25th January 2012, which resulted from a worn bearing on the haul rope pulley wheel at the Airport Island Angle Station, 800 passengers were stranded for up to 90 minutes in freezing conditions. The bearing had been used for only 25,000 hours of its expected 90,000 hours lifespan. Following a thorough examination of the system it was decided to replace all seven bullwheel bearings and advance the annual servicing and examination of the system, usually carried out in June. Replacement of the bearings involved erecting frames to lift the bullwheels, each of which weighs between four and eight tonnes and the remote location of the system meant that helicopters needed to be employed to deliver the frames. Service resumed on 5th April 2012. During 2015 the system achieved 99.88% reliability.

To offer an enhanced Ngong Ping 360 experience an initial twelve glass-bottom "Crystal Cabins" were introduced in April 2009 and more "Crystal Cabins" have since been brought into service. These cabins accommodate a maximum of ten passengers which is fewer than the maximum seventeen passengers which standard cabins can carry owing to the weight of the three-layer 5cm glass floor. The cabin exteriors feature metallic "colour-changing" paint. Prices for journeys in these cabins are about HK$50 more than the cost of travelling in a standard cabin. Ngong Ping 360 also has one "Sky Lounge" luxury private cabin for exclusive use, decorated with Swarovski Elements crystals.

A new unified pricing structure for cable car journeys took effect from 1st December 2009 which ends the previous classification of operating days as normal days and special days and means ticket prices are now the same on all operating days.
In March 2010 Ngong Ping introduced "360 Holidays Guided Tour" packages, offering options of a "Cultural and Heritage Tour of Lantau" and "The Walk to Enlightenment" and including cable car round-trip tickets although "The Walk to Enlightenment" tour wad discontinued but in June 2015 a new 360 Guided Tour "360 Buddhist Walk - a Trip of Enlightenment" was introduced. Further price increases have taken effect on 1st December each year until 2016, then from 1st September 2017 when an average ticket price increase of about 12.3% takes effect owing to increased cost cable car maintenance, procurement of components and staff salaries as well as investment in improved hardware and software systems. 

A feasibility study is to be carried out during 2015 by the Development Bureau to assess the viability of extending the cable car route beyond Ngong Ping to Tai O, a nearby coastal fishing village popular with tourists and famed for its stilt houses, as part of a wider study to develop Lantau Island.

From 10th December 2022 Ngong Ping 360 is introducing 7 "Crystal +" cabins with transparent tempered glass sides and base. The cabins which each have a capacity of 10 persons were constructed by Sigma in France utilising Italian made glass and offer more panoramic views than the existing "Crystal" and "Standard" cabins.  The two-year project was overseen by independent German experts and Ngong Ping 360 engineers. By early 2024 10 "Crystal +" cabins were in service and a further ten will be added before the end of 2024 bringing the total to 20.

Ngong Ping 360 announced ticket price increases to take effect from 1st November 2023. The overall weighted increase amounts to 14.7%, the first increase since October 2018 although prices for seniors and for the 360 Annual Pass remain unchanged. Hong Kong residents are able to obtain tickets at the previous price until 31st December 2023.

All-tempered glass base and side "Crystal +" cable car introduced into service in December 2022



NP 360 cable car route


The Tung Chung Terminus is located in Tung Chung town centre next to Citygate Outlets Mall about two minutes walk from Tung Chung MTR Station (Exit B) and is easily accessible by MTR train and several bus services.

Tung Chung MTR Station is the terminus station of the MTR Tung Chung Line which starts at Hong Kong Station in Central on Hong Kong Island. The Tung Chung Line is easily accessible from the rest of the MTR network serving Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories via interchange stations on the Tung Chung Line at Hong Kong Station (Airport Express, Island Line and Tsuen Wan Line), Kowloon Station (Airport Express Line), Nam Cheong Station (West Rail Line), Lai King Station (Tsuen Wan Line), Tsing Yi Station (Airport Express Line) and Sunny Bay (Disneyland Resort Line). Trains run at intervals of 4 to 10 minutes from approx 6am to 1am and approximate journey times to Tung Chung from stations along the Tung Chung Line are;

Hong Kong Station - 32 mins
Kowloon Station – 28 mins
Olympic Station (Mongkok) – 25 mins
Nam Cheong Station – 22 mins
Lai King Station – 18 mins
Tsing Yi Station – 14 mins
Sunny Bay Station – 7 mins

Several bus services serve the Tung Chung Terminus. The most convenient for visitors travelling from Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are Citybus services E11 and E22 to the airport (and AsiaWorld-Expo). The bus stop to disembark at is “Tung Chung Crescent, Shun Tung Road” which is the stop after Tung Chung Fire Station. The NP360 terminus is visible about 3 minutes walk away. For the return journey the bus stop is located on Tat Tung Road outside the NP360 terminus. Brief details of these services are;

Service E11 (from HK Island)
The service starts at Tin Hau Station MTR Station Bus Terminus and serves Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Central, Western Harbour Crossing and the Western Harbour Crossing Toll Plaza (Kowloon side of the harbour) before travelling via the Lantau Link. From Tin Hau the journey to Tung Chung takes about 55 minutes and buses operate at a frequency of 12 to 20 minutes from 5-20am until midnight daily.

Service E21 (from Kowloon)
The service starts at Island Harbourview inside Olympian City 1 in Mongkok and serves Cherry Street, Prince Edward MTR Station (Nathan Road), and Sham Shiu Po before travelling via the Lantau Link. From Island Harbourview the journey to Tung Chung takes about 55 minutes and buses operate at a frequency of 11 to 20 minutes from 5-30am to midnight daily.

Full route details and fares can be found by using the route search facility on the Citybus website;

FROM THE NEW TERRITORIES the following Long Win Bus Company airport bus services may be useful to visitors;

E33 from Tuen Mun Central Bus Terminus
E34 from Tin Shui Wai Town Centre via Yuen Long
E42 from Sha Tin (Pok Hong) via Sha Tin Central Bus Terminus

All these services travel via Tung Chung and stop at “Tung Chung Crescent, Shun Tung Road” for the NP360 terminus.

Full route details and fares are available by using the route search facility on the Long Win website;


From Disneyland Resort Station take MTR train to Sunny Bay (4 mins) then change to Tung Chung Line for Tung Chung MTR Station (7 mins). Trains on the Disneyland Resort Line operate at a frequency of 4 to 10 minutes from 6-20am until 0-10am.


Bus service S1 and S56 (jointly operated by Citybus and Long Win Bus Co) both operate a circular route between the airport and Tung Chung Station Bus Terminus. At the airport both buses stop on Cheong Tat Road outside the passenger terminal building at ground level below the Arrivals Hall. Bus S1 (about every 5/10 mins), via Asia World-expo, stops outside the NP360 Tung Chung cable car terminus on Shun Tung Road on the journey from the airport with a journey time of about 16 mins. Bus S56 is an express service (about every 20 mins) direct from the airport to Tung Chung Station, about 2 mins walk from NP360 Tung Chung cable car terminus, with a journey time of about 9 mins.  Buses operate from about 5-30am until midnight. Most buses are equipped with luggage racks. There are luggage storage facilities at the NP360 Tung Chung Terminus with a charge of HK$80 per piece per day during normal cable car operating hours.


Approximate taxi fares (including all tolls but excluding luggage charge) to the Tung Chung NP360 terminus from various districts are;

HK Island (Central) HK$290
HK Island (Causeway Bay) HK$280
Kowloon (Tsim Sha Tsui) HK$225
New Territories (Sha Tin) HK$255
New Territories (Tsuen Wan) HK$205
New Territories (Yuen Long) HK$270
Hong Kong International Airport HK$55
Hong Kong Disneyland HK$95

Escalators alongside Citygate Outlets Mall leading to Ngong Ping 360 Tung Chung Terminus


The NP360 Ngong Ping Terminus is served by the following New Lantao Bus Co routes;

2 – from Mui Wo Pier Bus Terminus on Lantau Island (journey time approx 35 mins), Mui Wo is accessible by ferry from Central Pier 6 on Hong Kong Island;

21 – from Tai O on Lantau Island (journey time approx 15 mins);

23 – from Tung Chung (journey time approx 45 mins);


Most passengers start the ride from Tung Chung Terminus. The 25 minute ride begins with the short hop across a sea channel to the first angle station on Chek Lap Kok (the airport island). The ride changes direction here and slowly climbs steeply over Tung Chung Bay as the hills of Lantau North Country Park loom ahead.

Climbing above Tung Chung Bay

The ride is flanked on one side by the green forested Tung Chung Valley and on the other by the north Lantau slopes and coastline whilst behind are stunning panoramic views over the airport and across the South China Sea to the New Territories.

Approaching the hills of Lantau North Country Park

As the cable car glides silently across the country park the towering Lantau Peak in the far distance ahead dominates several lower hills and peaks whilst below the journey crosses valleys, streams and forests before the slow ascent of Nei Lak Shan where the ride reaches its highest point some 560 metres above sea level.

Cabin arriving at Nei Lak Shan Angle Station, the highest point of the ride

From the second angle station the first glimpses of the Giant Buddha appear imposing a majestic air of serenity on all around.

On the gentle descent from Nei Lak Shan the majestic "Giant Buddha" becomes visible

The breathtaking ride continues across more valleys and woodland until the monastic buildings of Ngong Ping come into view and beyond the plateau the south Lantau coastline is visible before the journey reaches its destination at Ngong Ping Village constructed in traditional Chinese architectural style.

Approaching Ngong Ping with Nei Lak Shan in the distance

Occasionally mists can descend on the higher parts of Lantau Island particularly in early morning and under these conditions although the panoramic views can be restricted many visitors may consider the eerily haunting experience of gliding through the mist into the unknown just as exciting.


Cable car arriving at Ngong Ping Village Terminus (left)


Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Terminus, Ngong Ping Village


Ngong Ping Village and the Giant Buddha

Ngong Ping Village is part of the Ngong Ping 360 experience. The village which opened at the same time as the cable car was constructed in traditional Chinese architectural style and designed to reflect the character of the surrounding environment. The village is home to “Walking with Buddha” attraction, a new XD theatre attraction (due to open in mid 2014 to replace “Monkey’s Tale Theatre which closed in late 2013), “Ngong Ping Teahouse”, Ngong Ping Nature Centre and a variety of restaurants, café’s and gift shops. There is a charge for entry to “Walking with Buddha” or visitors can take advantage of the “Journey of Enlightenment Package” which includes a cable car round trip and entry to this attraction.

Ngong Ping Village

The small "International Cable Car Gallery" opened during October 2009 at Stupa Square inside the village and has since been relocated to the village entrance. This is an exhibition of eight refurbished and decorated cable car cabins from Italy, Germany, France, Brazil, Mainland China, Spain, Austria and Switzerland.

Ngong Ping 360 is planning to open a "Cable Car Discovery Centre" in the summer of 2021 which will comprise a permanent exhibition with eight exhibition areas and interactive experiences including VR with professional tour guides to illustrate the extreme engineering involved in the construction and operation of the system.  


Ngong Ping Village is just a short walk from the Tian Tan “Giant Buddha”, Po Lin Monastery, and Wisdom Path via the new Ngong Ping Piazza which was officially opened in August 2010. The HK$77.5 million project for the 1.5 hectare piazza took almost two years to complete and features of the piazza include a new Pai Lau, Bodhi Path, Di Tan and Chinese landscaped garden. Ngong Ping Sewage Treatment Works, located next to Ngong Ping Village and commissioned by the Drainage Services Department in 2006, serves a population of 40,000 including residents of Ngong Ping and tourists. It has an information centre with small exhibition which is open (free admission) to the public, Tuesdays to Sundays from 10am to 12-30pm and 1-30pm to 4-30pm. It is closed on Mondays, New Year's Day, the first three days of Chinese New Year, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day (Dec 26th). There are a number of hiking trails and scenic paths accessible from Ngong Ping including the Lantau Trail, Tung Chung Valley, and Ngong Ping 360 Rescue Trail (undertaken at own risk) to Tung Chung.

The historic traditional fishing village of Tai O with its stilt houses can be reached in about 15 minutes by bus service 21 from Ngong Ping or by taxi should cost no more than HK$60.

For more information on attractions at Ngong Ping and elsewhere on Lantau Island see;


Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm
Saturdays and Sundays 9am to 6-30pm


There are several dates each year when the system is closed for scheduled maintenance. Dates are announced on the Ngong Ping 360 website. Scheduled closure dates are detailed below (check Ngong Ping 360 website for latest information as future dates are provisional and may change);

6th to 10th May 2024 inclusive                                                                                                                                                               11th to 24th March 2024 inclusive                                                                                                                                                           9th January 2024 (one day only)                                                                                                                                                           20th and 21st November 2023                                                                                                                                                              9th to 14th October 2023 inclusive                                                                                                                                                        9th to 12th May 2023 inclusive
27th February 2023 to 21st March 2023 inclusive                                                                                                                               10th January 2023 (one day only)
29th November 2022 (one day only)
14th and 15th November 2022
5th to 7th November 2022 inclusive
5th to 8th September 2022 inclusive
11th to 23rd May 2022 inclusive
7th January to 21st April 2022 inclusive (period includes closure due to government Covid-19 restrictions)
16th and 17th November 2021
11th November 2021 (one day only)
13th to 15th September 2021 inclusive
10th to 13th May 2021 inclusive
9th March to 1st April 2021 inclusive
26th January 2021 (one day only)
18th to 23rd November 2020 inclusive
14th and 15th July 2020
27th January 2020 to reopening with restricted service from 15th March 2020 (closure owing to public health concerns related to COVID-19 epedemic). Full 7-day service resumption from
27th May 2020.
14th January 2020 (one day only)
12th & 13th November 2019
3rd to 5th September 2019 inclusive
14th to 16th May 2019 inclusive
6th to 26th March 2019 inclusive
22nd and 23rd January 2019
13th to 15th November 2018
14th to 20th September 2018
10th to 17th May 2018 inclusive
31st January and 1st February 2018
8th & 9th November 2017
19th to 21st September 2017 inclusive
5th July 2017 (one day only)
9th January 2017 to 4th June 2017
14th to 21st November 2016 inclusive
1st to 4th September 2016 inclusive
4th to 10th July 2016 inclusive
16th to 18th May 2016 inclusive
14th to 20th March 2016 inclusive
1st to 4th February 2016 inclusive
1st & 2nd December 2015
7th to 22nd September 2015 inclusive
30th April to 12th May 2015 inclusive
13th to 19th March 2015 inclusive
27th & 28th January 2015

Ngong Ping Village and attractions and businesses within the village, as well as the "Giant Buddha" and Po Lin Monastery remain open during maintenance days. During maintenance closures visitors can reach Ngong Ping from Tung Chung by New Lantao Bus service 23 (journey time 45/50 minutes) or by Lantau (blue) taxi (fare about HK$180).


The cable car does not run in extremely adverse weather conditions or when Typhoon Signal 3 or higher is hoisted.



Round Trip (Standard) HK$270

Single Trip (Standard) HK$195

Round Trip (Crystal) HK$350

Single Trip (Crystal) HK$235

Round Trip (Crystal+ and Standard) HK$395

Single Trip (Crystal+) HK$320



Round Trip (Standard) HK$135

Single Trip (Standard) HK$95

Round Trip (Crystal) HK$215

Single Trip (Crystal) HK$135

Round Trip (Crystal+ and Standard) HK$260

Single Trip (Crystal+) HK$220



Round Trip (Standard) HK$155

Single Trip (Standard) HK$105

Round Trip (Crystal) HK$235

Single Trip (Crystal) HK$145

Round Trip (Crystal+ and Standard) HK$280

Single Trip (Crystal+) HK$230


360 Annual Pass:  HK$550 (unchanged)

* Until 31st December 2023 Hong Kong residents can purchase tickets at the previous prices at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminals on production of Hong Kong ID Card or birth certificate.

Ngong Ping 360 glass-bottomed Crystal Cabin


Private cabin service includes round-trip cable car ride in a private cabin for up to 10 passengers (standard / crystal cabin), fast lane for ticket purchase, priority boarding and free admission to Ngong Ping Village's "Walking with Buddha" attractions. Standard Cabin HK$3800 per cabin, Crystal Cabin HK$4500 per cabin. From 10th December 2022 - Crystal + Cabin (One Way Only) HK$2850


HK$550 (price unchanged from 1st October 2018)


Combined ticket providing round-trip cable car journeys between Tung Chung and Ngong Ping, round-trip bus trips between Ngong Ping and Tai O on New Lantao Bus scheduled services, Tai O boat excursion and Tai O snack voucher.


 Adult – Standard cable car cabin HK$315

Child – Standard cable car cabin HK$190

Adult – Crystal cable car cabin HK$390

Child – Crystal cable car cabin HK$270

The 360 Tai O Day Pass includes a boat excursion at Tai O


"Stand-alone" admission charge for this attraction, when not included as part of a package is HK$40 adult, HK$20 child 3-11, HK$28 Hong Kong Senior Citizen age 65 and over. The show takes place every 30 minutes and lasts for about 20 minutes;


Opened 19th August 2014. This is a 5D movie theatre featuring an 8-minute "multi-sensory" tour of Lantau Island's natural beauty and tourist attractions. This attraction replaces the Monkey's Tale Theatre attraction which closed on late 2013.  Prices are HK$40 adult, HK$20 child and HK$28 senior age 65 and over;



Virtual reality experience with adventures and multimedia games - including Hong Kong's very first "High Altitude Ropeway Walk". Replaced the previous "Stage 360" attraction. Price HK$168. Minimum age 16. Attraction discontinued


Tickets can be purchased from the Ngong Ping 360 termini at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping.

Online ticket reservations, allowing visitors to select a specific time slot and giving priority "fast lane" ticket pick-up can be made from one to fourteen days in advance at;

Pre-dated vouchers can be purchased at MTR Customer Service Centres at Hong Kong Station, Causeway Bay Station, Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Kowloon Tong Station, Hung Hom Station, Mong Kok East Station, Tin Shui Wai Station and Tuen Mun Station or from travel agents. These vouchers are redeemable on the valid date at Ngong Ping 360 ticket counters at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping termini.

Vouchers can also be purchased at any 7-11 convenience store in Hong Kong except those at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping and can also be purchased at "eInstantBonus" terminals at some MTR stations.

Same day tickets can only be obtained from the ticket counters at Ngong Ping 360 Tung Chung Terminal and Ngong Ping Terminal.

Octopus Card cannot currently be used for payment for tickets for travel on the cable car (for various operational reasons) but can be used in the NP360 souvenir shops.


There are secure luggage storage facilities at both the NP360 Tung Chung Terminus which may be useful for visitors in transit to or from Hong Kong International Airport and also in Ngong Ping Village (in the Holidays 360 Information Centre). The storage facilities are open during cable car operating hours. Storage rates at both locations at January 2024; 

HK$60 per piece


Free wi-fi is available at Tung Chung and Ngong Ping cable car terminals and throughout Ngong Ping Village.