Sunday, June 23, 2013

Hong Kong Day III : Ngong Ping Village

Our last day in Hong Kong, But I made the most out of our last day by taking pictures around Mickey's hotel.

That smile your heart moment waking up at Mickey's room.

Black racer back from Rough Rider Jeans, White sleeveless top with Gold spider details from 168 Shopping Mall, Black skirt with Gold skulls from 168 Shopping Mall, Black flipflops from Havaianas, Silver Watch from Unisilver. 

Spotting Mickey all over the place =)

Goodbye, Mickey. Till next time =)

Was at awe when we rode Disney's MTR at Sunny Bay on our way to meet the Great Buddha =)

Next stop: Cable Car Riding  via Ngong Ping 360. Ngong Ping 360 is located at Tung Chung on Lantau Island. It's located near the Hong Kong International Airport and is just a few minutes walk from Tung Chung MTR Station. You can choose from 3 types of cabins : Standard, Crystal and Private Cabin. They are open from 10am-6pm on Weekdays, and 9am-6:30pm during Weekends and Holidays. For Ticket prices and packages, You can visit their Website at .

We chose the standard cabin because one of my ate's is scared of heights. I couldn't imagine what she would feel if we chose the crystal cabin. It's like not riding a cable car at all because you can see everything below

Higher and Higher we go =)

We started from the bottom now we're here. =)

Upon getting off the cable car, we went straight to the Ngong Ping Village, But we couldn't see much because there was way to much fog. You can find a lot of souvenir shops and restaurants while walking around the village.

With one of the Buddha's. We couldn't take a clear picture of the Big Buddha because there was too much fog. Before reaching the top, we had to climb 300 flights of stairs ( I think). =)

Going down the 300 something flights of stairs =)

& Yes, we're kinda sorta tired. My 3 year old niece was already sleeping, It was her nap time. It was bye bye time for us. We had to leave the Ngong Ping Village because It was almost 6:30pm. and the cable car's last operation is at 6:30pm. I don't want to get left behind. =D

I didn't take a lot of pictures during our last day at Hong Kong because I wasn't able to charge my Digicam's battery. BOO!

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