Day Trips for a Long Layover in Hong Kong Airport

Day Trips for a Long Layover in Hong Kong Airport, Hong Kong, Hong Kong (B)

If you find yourself stopping in Hong Kong International Airport for a layover that’s over 8 hours, there are a few ways to take advantage of your time there. These include sightseeing in Hong Kong itself or taking a day trip to Disneyland. Here are some of the most feasible options for you.

One of the easiest activities to do from Hong Kong Airport is to take an excursion via cable car up to Ngong Ping 360 on Lantau Island. The cable car station is just 10 minutes outside the airport by bus (S1, S56, S64, and S64X) or taxi. From the Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal, you’ll take a 25-minute cable car to the peak of Ngong Ping Village. Some of the cable cars even have a glass bottom so you have a view of absolutely everything around and below you. Or, you’ll have a 25-minute panic attack depending on how you see it.

At Ngong Ping Village, you’ll have plenty of places to eat and shop. But the big draw of Ngong Ping Village is the Big Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery. It’s about 10 minutes’ walk from the cable car terminal. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Day Trips for a Long Layover in Hong Kong Airport
Guide Location: Hong Kong » Hong Kong
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Avenue of Stars
  • Kowloon Park
  • Nathan Road
  • Temple Street Night Market
  • Victoria Peak
  • Hong Kong Observation Wheel

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