How long is the Tian Tan Buddha?

112 feet
The statue, itself, is 34 meters tall (112 feet), and constructed of over 200 bronze pieces weighing in at over 250 metric tonnes. Visitors must ascend 268 steps to reach the base of the statue, which sits at 482 meters (1,581 feet) above sea level.

How many steps Tian Tan Buddha?

268 steps
Visitors can climb up 268 steps to reach the three-storey pedestal to visit the Buddha and enjoy the boundless views of Lantau and South China Sea. Walking into the area of the statue, you will first see six smaller bronze statues known as “The Offering of the Six Devas” surrounding the Buddha.

How long is the cable car ride to Big Buddha?

25 min

Ngong Ping 360
Trip duration 25 min
Technical features
Line length 5,700 m (18,700 ft)
Operating speed 6 metres per second

How long is the Ngong Ping 360 Ride?

approximately 25 minutes
The Ngong Ping Cable Car journey lasts for approximately 25 minutes. How long is the Ngong Ping Cable Car journey? The Ngong Ping Cable Car connects downtown Tung Chung and Ngong Ping on Lantau. It is 5.7 kilometres long.

Is Tian Tan Buddha free?

Access to the Tian Tan Buddha: free. Adult single: 94 HKD ( US$ 12). Children single: 48 HKD ( US$ 6.10). Over 65 single: 70 HKD ( US$ 8.90).

How high is the Big Buddha?

34 meters high
It stands at 34 meters high (112 feet) and is one of Hong Kong’s most popular sights. Tian Tan, as the Big Buddha is known, is made of bronze. The Big Buddha is not a “piece of history” but rather a fairly recent endeavor. It was unveiled in 1993 and ever since visitors have been flocking in numbers.

How much is cable car to Big Buddha?

Tickets for Standard Cabin
Single Trip Round Trip
Adult HK$ 160 HK$ 235
Children (aged 3-11) HK$ 75 HK$ 110
Seniors (local only, aged 65+) HK$ 105 HK$ 155

What is Big Buddha’s real name?

The clan name of the historical figure referred to as the Buddha (whose life is known largely through legend) was Gautama (in Sanskrit) or Gotama (in Pali), and his given name was Siddhartha (Sanskrit: “he who achieves his aim”) or Siddhattha (in Pali).

Who created the Tian Tan Buddha?

Po Lin Monastery
The Buddha was built by Po Lin Monastery in 12 years and it is a Hong Kong’s famous tourist landmark. Tian Tan Buddha is an outstanding addition to the project, it is an excellent achievement of Buddhist statues in modern art, it is also a precious cultural heritage of mankind.