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Hong Kong’s Asia-World Arena is the premier live performance venue in the city, and with a standing and seating capacity of 16,000, it is the largest entertainment venue of its type. Located next to Hong Kong International Airport on Lantau Island, it hosts the vast majority of international music concerts – from Maroon 5 to Kylie Minogue – along with Broadway musicals, K1 martial arts tournaments, dance competitions and numerous trade fairs throughout the year. Read More...

  • Address: Cheong Wing Rd, Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island
  • Tel: +852 3606 8828
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Dolphin Watching

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Lantau Island is home of humpback or white dolphins (sometimes called pink dolphins by the locals because of their ambiguous hue – and to complicate matters further they're actually born grey.) Dolphin Watching is a unique way to get to know these fascinating creatures and to share time with family and friends.

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Opened to the public in 1970, Po Lin Monastery is the home of three big golden Buddha statues as well as a 34-metre high, 250-ton bronze Buddha statue called the Tian Tan Buddha. It is the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze Buddha and attracts around one million visitors a year. The statue is so big it can be seen from miles away. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 – 18:00
  • Location: Po Lin Monastery on Ngong Ping Plateau, Tung Chung Town, Lantau Island
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Hong Kong Disneyland is based on the original Disneyland in California but is made more relevant for guests in the region. The resort is spread out over 310 acres (126 hectares) and includes a theme park with four ‘lands’ based on fantasy, space, adventure and Americana as well as two themed hotels. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 19:30
  • Location: Hong Kong Disneyland is situated on Lantau Island, just 20 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport
  • How to get there: 30-minute MTR (Mass Transit Railway) ride from Central, Hong Kong
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Hong Kong Shaolin Wushu Culture Centre

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For something more active, head over to Lantau Island to take a class with a renowned Shaolin Master who will teach you some basics of Kung Fu. Focusing on the physical and mental sides of martial arts, this class can be taken by anyone with even a reasonable level of fitness and best of all, no prior experience is necessary. The course is six hours long and it’s a very friendly and welcoming experience (no one is expecting you to be the next Bruce Lee). As well as train in some basic kung fu, you will enjoy a vegetarian meal and visit a local temple as part of the package. The Shaolin Wushu Culture Centre is located on Lantau Island and is open to anyone over the age of eight (longer classes are also available).

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 - 16:00
  • Location: Hong Kong Shaolin Wushu Culture Centre, Tai O, Lantau Island
  • Address: +852 2985 8898
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Ngong Ping 360 is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong. It is located in the Tung Chung part of Lantau Island. Ngong Ping 360 contains a cable car system and a cultural theme retail center. You can see the landscape of South China Sea and Tung Chung Valley during the cable car trip. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 18:00 on weekdays and 09:00 – 18:30 on weekends and public holidays
  • Location: Tung Chung Town Centre, Lantau
  • Remarks: Other attractions around Ngong Ping 360 include Tung Chung Shopping Outlet, Ngong Ping Natural Center and Silver Mine Bay.
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Po Lin Monastery

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This Hong Kong temple is famed for the Tan Tien Buddha, a huge bronze Buddha image which can be seen for miles around. Po Lin Monastery was originally opened to the public in 1970 but became a mainstay on many visitors’ tourist itineraries after the completion of the Big Buddha in 1993. Po Lin Monastery is actually home to three big golden Buddha statues as well as the 34-metre high, 250-ton bronze Buddha statue. There is a Wisdom Path leading up to the statues as well as several restaurants, some of which are run by the monks themselves.

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 – 18:00
  • Location: Po Lin Monastery on Ngong Ping Plateau, Tung Chung Town, Lantau Island
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Tai O Fishing Village

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Tai O Village is a must-visit place for those who enjoy observing traditional Chinese ways. It is an old fishing village that has managed to keep a big part of their traditional ways of rural life alive. Most houses are stilt homes by the water and there are many people who still live aboard their boats. The village is made up of small alleys and paths with a village market, several souvenir shops and a few museums (exhibiting very interesting traditional household items, fishing equipment and antique clothing.) There are also good and cheap restaurants in the village. Location: Northwestern coast of Lantau Island, about 45 minutes to an hour-long bus ride from Mui Wo Ferry Pier (aka Silvermine Bay).

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