Also called the Big Buddha, this 34-meters-tall statue is one of the largest seated Buddhas in the world.
Ngong Ping 360 is a term for an aerial tramway and a tourist centre at the end station of the tramway.
Established in 1906, the monastery houses three statues of Buddha. Each statue represents a different life of Buddha - the past one, the…
Office and retail spaces combined into one complex. It's widely known for the brand stores selling their merchandise for a fraction of their…
Also known by the locals as the Phoenix Mountain (Fung Wong Shan), it is the highest mountain of Lantau Island as well as the highest…
The village was created to accommodate the tourists who travel here to see the Big Buddha and the Po Lin Monastery which are located just…
Not many tourists know about this stately fort originally built for the purpose of fighting salt smugglers.
Cheung Po Tsai was a navy colonel of the Qing Dynasty and former pirate. "Cheung Po Tsai" literally means "Cheung Po the Kid".
Man-made tunnels constructed by the Japanese during the World War II to hide a flotilla of explosive motorboats.
There are not many beaches where you have a powerhouse in view. The most popular beach in Lamma.
Three kilometers of fine sand with splendid views of Lantau. Flocked with Filippinos during the weekends, but doesn't get crowded.
Tung Chung is a station on the Tung Chung line of the MTR rapid transport system in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge is a 55-kilometre bridge–tunnel system consisting of a series of three cable-stayed bridges, an undersea…
Yuk Hui Temple also known as Pak Tai Temple, is a Taoist temple located on the island of Cheung Chau, Hong Kong.
One of the clean and easily accessible beaches of Lantau Island. It's surrounded by nature - almost a summer paradise.
The West Lamma Channel is a sea channel in Hong Kong.
Discovery College is a private independent school operated by the ESF in Discovery Bay, Hong Kong.