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How often is the bus upto big buddha please as cable car is currently closed and I still want to see big buddhe
It's a daily bus and currently operating every 30minutes or so. You can get in to bus number 23 from tung chung bus terminal. Suggest downloading New Lanntau Bus app to your phone which will provide you with the bus schedule and timetables.
Hi - given the political situation in Hong Kong during this time, is it safe to visit Big Buddha from airport during the day?
If the demonstrators are no longer in the airport then I would say yes. It is easy using the transit system to go to the Big Buddha.
Hi everyone. I'm wanting to do this with my family but both hubby and son don't do heights so what options is there to get to the top? Thanks all :-)
Forget about the bus I don’t like heights either but the cable car views are fantastic , take the risk just don’t look down you won’t regret it the ride and views itself are worth the trip it’s a experience you will not regret.
If I take Crystal cabin. Will it take to top or still we need to climb the stairs.
The crystal cabin is just an optional version of the gondola from Tung Chung, (next to HKG airport), to Ngong Ping. It has a glass floor that lets you look straight down, and I suggest you buy the round trip option that lets you ride that up, and a regular cabin back down. Ngong Ping is a fun, fake, tourist trap... but really worthwhile. It is right at the upper gondola station, so you actually have to walk through it to get to the walk of 12 generals that leads to the stairway of the titan Tian Tan. Yes, there are a lot of stairs, but that’s sort of the point, you are ascending to the Buddha, and that takes effort. If you’re in good health, just take your time and it will be worth it. There is a paved supply route, but I would not recommend it.
Hi guys I am recovering from a knee operation and still find walking up a lot of stairs challenging . Is there any disabled access ? Many thanks
My husband had a knee replacement in February and he walked up the 250 steps to big budda in June. If you are determined you can do it. Just take your time.