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Absolutely fantastic, from start to finish!

Brilliant tour from start to finish! The cable car views were amazing! When we got to Ngong ping village, we toured around by ourselves before the tour started! The village itself was vibrant with colors and also very cheap for food and drinks! Our tour guide was moon! She was fantastic and fluent in English! She was very upbeat and made it her mission to make sure we had an amazing tour, the tea demonstration was great and it tasted lovely We then got a quick bus ride to the fishing village of tai-o! It’s amazing to see the vast difference from the city to a small fishing village and how they live! We caught a boat around the village and out to see some pink dolphins, unlucky that we didn’t get to see them nevertheless we headed back to be greeted by noon to show us a fisherman’s house! We also got to try some local food which was lovely! Finally we headed back to Ngong ping village to see the Buddha statue which was breathtaking Overall this excursion is well worth it

Great tour! When I got to the cable car station, the lady in the ticket office upgraded me to the earlier tour as I was there a bit earlier. I didn't realize but the ticket included a fast track cable card journey, which was great. I upgraded my first journey to the glass cable car, it was a really cool experience. The tea demonstration was really interesting. Peter was a great guide, took us first to the Tai O Fishing village and then the Buddha. He was very informative. I would definitely recommend this tour, I had a great day out in Lantau.

Our tourguide was really nice and the tour was also worth the money. Skipping all the line for the gondola up and down was already a huge plus. Tai O village was also very interesting, even if we didn't see dolphins. It would have been nice to hear even more information during the tour and less talking about the tours logistics. Would recommend to take the tour!

You need to take the cable car by yourself, because actually the meeting point is on the top; I suggest you the crystal cabin, it’s really suggestive! It was a lovely experience, we started with a taste of tea, then we reached a fishermen village by bus, where we a had snack; we had a tour of the village also by boat. At the end we reached the Buddha

Really enjoyable experience. Cable car queue jump saves so much time. Tour guide David spoke Cantonese, mandarin and English. He said his English was t great but it was good and he was informative and funny. Get to see Kai To, the monastery and big Buddha in around 3-4 hours. Even saw the white Chinese dolphins. Highly recommended