Ngong Ping 360
As an important tourist attraction in Hong Kong, Ngong Ping 360 provides a natural and cultural experience for guests.
The Ngong Ping Cable Car is the longest aerial cable car with a bi-cable gondola circulating lift system in Asia. It connects Tung Chung and Ngong Ping. The journey is a visually spectacular 25-minute experience providing panoramic views of the Tian Tan Buddha statue, the flora and fauna of beautiful North Lantau Country Park, Tung Chung Bay, Hong Kong International Airport and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. Alight from the cable car and you will arrive at the culturally themed Ngong Ping Village.
Guests can visit the Chinese architecturally designed Ngong Ping Village, where you can enjoy a wide range of dining, shopping and entertainment options and culturally themed attractions, including VR 360, Stage 360, Motion 360 and Walking with Buddha.
Along with the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, the Tai O culture tour ranked second in the “Top 10 experiences in Asia” category of TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards for Experiences in 2018. It is also one of TripAdvisor’s “Top 25 experiences in the World”. Ngong Ping 360 also received a “Certificate of Excellence 2018” from TripAdvisor. In 2017, the company was recognised as one of “The world’s 10 best cable cars” by USA Today. It was also selected among “10 of the world’s best cable car rides” by CNN.com in 2015. In 2014, Ngong Ping 360 was selected among “Cable cars: 10 amazing rides around the world” by The Daily Telegraph in the UK.
In July 2016, Ngong Ping 360 established its first volunteer team – 360 Sharing Ambassador – to plan and execute a wide range of volunteer activities. 360 Sharing Ambassador is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility and aims to foster staff’s sense of pride and belonging in the company. Many full-time employees and their relatives joined 360 Sharing Ambassador and participated in over 30 volunteer activities, such as knitting scarves and distributing them to single elderly residents in the district, organising workshops for ethnic-minority children, and holding the Poon Choi Feast to celebrate Chinese New Year with elderly Tung Chung residents.
Last year, Ngong Ping 360 organised the first ever cable car fundraising event – Blindfold Cable Car Experience – which had over 800 participants to actively take part and raised $380,000 for the beneficiary, Orbis.