Thursday, March 8, 2018

KKDay Review + Ngong Ping Cable Car

I have been to Ngong Ping village as well as rode in a cable car with my mom on my birthday week eight years ago (year 2010). I included that on my list this 2018 because I want my dad and my sister both experience this thrilling ride.


We got this photo from our photo souvenir package.

» KKDay Review «

I booked a roundtrip cable car via KKDay this time because it's cheaper compared to Klook. We also want to try their service and it's funny that they offered the same services. If we didn't book online, we will struggle to take long queues.

If you will book from KKDay, you will go to counter #13 or counter #14. There were few people on queue including us.


Booking Procedure:

Sign up on their website and then head over this link https://www.kkday.com/en-ph/product/4360. Click Book button and then choose your desired date. We chose a standard cabin instead of a crystal cabin because we're all afraid of heights. If you're not afraid, then go for it! 😁


After you booked through their website, you will receive a confirmation email on your email's inbox and you can check also booking details on the My bookings tab.

Where to redeem the ticket(s)?

Photo taken from KKDay website

How to redeem the ticket(s)?

Present the printed vouchers at the ticketing counter and you will receive your cable car ticket(s). It's very easy, right?

Other Infos:

The cable car is open every:

  • Monday to Friday:                 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday, Holidays:   9:00 am to 6:30 pm

Location: Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island, Hong Kong on the 11th


Our 4 roundtrip tickets :)

» Ngong Ping 360 Review «




Our ride was smooth as before. We didn't have any problems at all. It tooks us less than an hour to get to the Ngong Ping Village.





Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.

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