Start the day with a visit to the Tsing-Ma Bridge, the world's seventh longest suspension bridge. Tsing Ma Bridge has become a favorite scenic spot as well as a famous landmark. For more information, visit the Lantau Link Visitor Centre and Viewing Platform which is located at the northwest corner of Tsing Yi Island, just next to the Bridge's Tsing Yi end.
Venture through the “Venice of Hong Kong” in Tai-O Village and don’t forget to buy a batch of salted fish or shrimp paste, a village specialty, to take back home. If shopping isn’t to your liking, a small fee will give you a chance to see the famous Chinese white dolphins.
After a trip through the village, the tour will stop at Po Ling Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha). Founded in 1906 by three roaming monks visiting from Jiangsu, this area was originally known as “The Big Hut”. The main temple houses three bronze statues of the Buddha representing his past, present and future lives as well as many Buddhist scriptures. Po Lin Monastery and the Buddha are open to the public between 10:00 and 17:45. Access to the Buddha is free of charge. Visitors may also see the nearby monastery, known as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South," it serves as an international Buddhist retreat. It is one of the largest and most well known in Hong Kong.
To end the day, ride the Ngong Ping Cable Car on a one-way journey to see the city from atop of a mountain; one of the must-see attractions when traveling around Hong Kong. Close to the Hong Kong International Airport and only a few minutes’ walk from Tung Chung MTR Station, Ngong Ping is conveniently located at Tung Chung on Lantau Island. After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel.