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Hong Kong Disneyland Tour
Lantau Island
Hong Kong's largest island, Lantau, is home to some of the region's best and remotest beaches, wilderness trails, monasteries and monuments as well as some of the territory's most popular attractions. These include the giant Tian Tan Buddha (Giant Buddha), which is easily reached via a dramatic 25-minute cable car ride from Tung Chung Town near the airport. This same stunning cable car ride will bring you to Ngong Ping Village, a culturally themed village high atop the Nong Ping plateau where you'll find an array of attractions as well as some great shopping and dining options.
Hong Kong Disneyland Tour
Hong Kong Disneyland
Families visiting Hong Kong Disneyland will embark on a magical journey through four themed lands – Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland, and Tomorrowland. The two Disney-themed hotels also give you a home to go back to after a day of fairytale adventures. Disney stories and characters really come to life here! Must-see attractions like Disney On Parade features all Disney characters singing and dancing along Main Street U.S.A; Donald Duck relives the memorable moments of Disney’s animated films in the 3D show Mickey’s PhilharMagic; Mickey and his friends perform in the Broadway-style musical show “The Golden Mickeys”; and Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy make surprise appearances in the Fantasy Gardens, so don’t forget your camera and autograph book.
Ngong Ping 360
Ngong Ping 360
The Ngong Ping 360 experience starts with a 25 minute cable car ride from Tung Chung to a culturally themed village high atop a mountain plateau on Lantau Island. It's here at the Ngong Ping Village, that your family can enjoy two great attractions and a choice of shops and eateries, all on this picturesque 1.5-hectare site.
Ngong Ping Piazza
Ngong Ping Piazza
Covering an area of about 1.5 hectares, the Ngong Ping Piazza has a strong Buddhist character and blends in with the religious ambience of Ngong Ping. The Piazza links up the various tourist attractions in Ngong Ping, including Po Lin Monastery, the Giant Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 cable car, Ngong Ping Village and Wisdom Path. It enables visitors to explore Ngong Ping, which is a popular tourist spot characterised by its religious setting and beautiful natural scenery, in a coherent manner.
Mui Wo
Mui Wo
Mui Wo is the gateway to Lantau for visitors arriving by ferry, and is well worth exploring before heading off to other parts of the island. The Mui Wo Valley was first settled by farmers around the middle of the Ming dynasty (16th century). By the 19th century, there were six villages in the valley, many of whose inhabitants worked in a silver mine that operated for several decades. Remnants of the mine can still be seen and it provided the area with the alternative name of Silver Mine Bay. Also surviving to this day are several watchtowers built by the villagers to protect themselves from pirate attacks. Since the 1930s, the bay has become a popular swimming beach served by a hotel, used mostly by weekend visitors.
SkyCity
SkyCity
SkyCity brings a range of exciting new facilities and services to Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA)'s rapidly expanding customer base. The centrepiece is SkyPlaza, located mostly within the non-restricted area of Terminal 2 (T2).

Apart from about 100 retail and catering outlets, SkyPlaza also features several entertainment zones:

- 4D Extreme Screen Theatre
- Aviation Discovery Centre
- Asia Hollywood
- i-Sports

T2 contains 56 airline check-in counters along with Immigration and Customs facilities, plus a 36-bay coach station
AsiaWorld-Expo
AsiaWorld-Expo
Some of Hong Kong's biggest entertainment events are now held at AsiaWorld-Expo, a 70,000-square-metre state-of-the-art rental space that also caters for exhibitions, conventions and meetings. Integrated with the Hong Kong International Airport with easy access to urban areas, the complex has 10 column-free, high specification exhibition halls, one of which is a purpose-built entertainment arena - Hong Kong's largest indoor seated venue for an audience of 13,500, making it ideal for large events
Hong Kong Lantau Island Map


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