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Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong : The Most Thrilling Experience One Could Get

October 12, 2014

After having one of the best times at the space center and learning new things which we can’t even imagine, I got excited and wished to fly high above in the sky and that led me to Ngong ping 360 Hong Kong. It is basically a cable car project and is also useful as it connects two important places of interest. It is a 5.7 km long gondola lift system linking Tung Chung and Ngong Ping which houses Buddhist monasteries and the lift system runs across the southern shore of the Hong Kong international airport and has eight towers with five operating stations. After getting the tickets I was a bit afraid as we were at such a height that a fall would cause a direct way to heaven but the people working there ensured all the travelers about our safety and told us that they had all the safety measures in place and no harm would happen to anyone travelling there. 


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I forgot to mention about the ticketing system. The system had two types of tickets available; one was the general ticket whose cost was less and the cable car offered under this scheme would be a standard cabin whereas the other system had higher ticket price and sold at premium rates and the specialty of these cabins were that it had glass bottom and a unique design so as to witness the beauty in a more effective way. I had purchased premium tickets as I didn’t want to miss out anything and I was made to stand in a separate queue at the terminal. After I got up and the journey started, I got a little nervous due to height factor at the start but within a minute or two, I started to feel the excitement in my nerves and was awestruck by the surrounding natural beauty. The journey was of 25 minutes and we all had a great time up there. 

Ngong ping 360 Hong Kong really made my journey more thrilling and happening and with this I was also nearing to the end of the trip and was super excited about the last destination of visit.

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