Big Buddha in Hong Kong

The Big Buddha in Hong Kong (Tian Tan Buddha) is a very popular tourist spot to visit. Since it is just a few minutes away from the airport, you can even visit it after you arrive in Hong Kong. A 34-meter bronze statue that was was built in 1993 and faces north to overlook mainland China.

You have to take 268 steps to reach the top and see the panoramic surroundings of Lantau Island.

How To Get There?
From airport, take the MTR to Tung Chung station then take Exit B or from airport, go to Exit B and take the E22 Bus to Tung Chung. From there, you have 2 options.

  • Cable Cars — it was too expensive for us and I hate cable cars so it’s never in our option. You can book for discounted price in Klook.com
  • Bus E22 — 45 minutes travel time and fare is 17.20HKD on weekdays

Once you arrive by bus or by cable car, you have to walk towards the stairs to Big Buddha for like 5-10 minutes. There are signs everywhere so just follow them.

On your way to the Big Buddha, you’ll see statues of some generals. There will be a lot of cute stray dogs and buffaloes. It is sacred for them so please don’t feed those animals.

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