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At 9 p.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory :
Air temperature : 19 degrees Celsius
Relative Humidity : 81 per cent
The air temperatures at other places were:

Hong Kong Observatory19 degrees ;
King's Park18 degrees ;
Wong Chuk Hang19 degrees ;
Ta Kwu Ling17 degrees ;
Lau Fau Shan16 degrees ;
Tai Po18 degrees ;
Sha Tin19 degrees ;
Tuen Mun17 degrees ;
Tseung Kwan O18 degrees ;
Sai Kung18 degrees ;
Cheung Chau17 degrees ;
Chek Lap Kok16 degrees ;
Tsing Yi17 degrees ;
Shek Kong18 degrees ;
Tsuen Wan Ho Koon17 degrees ;
Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley18 degrees ;
Hong Kong Park18 degrees ;
Shau Kei Wan18 degrees ;
Kowloon City18 degrees ;
Happy Valley19 degrees ;
Wong Tai Sin19 degrees ;
Stanley18 degrees ;
Kwun Tong17 degrees ;
Sham Shui Po18 degrees ;
Kai Tak Runway Park19 degrees ;
Yuen Long Park17 degrees ;
Tai Mei Tuk18 degrees .

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26 Feb 2024
19℃ 81%

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Start from Silvermine Beach Resort to explore Lantau Island
Eco & culture
Silvermine Waterfall & Silver Mine Cave

Man Mo Temple

Pak Ngan Heung Archway

Hung Shing Temple

Luk Tei Tong Watch Tower

Yuen's Mansion

Hiking

Pui O to Mui Wo (Lantau Trail)

Lo Fu Tau Country Trail

Islands Nature Heritage Trail (Mui Wo Section)

Lantau South Country Park
The Lantau South Country Park is one of the two rural parks on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The other is the Lantau North Country Park and its extension.

Lantau South Country Park is located on the south side of the island. It was designated 56.4 square kilometers (21.8 square miles) in 1978 and is the largest country park in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Disneyland

In the magical kingdom theme park—filled with your favorite Disney stories and characters—explore seven diverse lands including themed areas like Fantasyland and Toy Story Land, Tomorrowland that are home to award-winning, first-of-a-kind attractions and entertainment. Complete your adventure with stays at the resort’s luxurious Disney hotels.

Big Buddha

Climb the 268 steps to closely look at the remarkable statue and enjoy the sweeping moutain and sea views.

Po Lin Monastery

Po Lin Monastery is a Buddhist monastery, located on Ngong Ping Plateau, on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. The monastery was founded in 1906 by three monks visiting from Jiangsu Province on the Chinese mainland and was initially known simply as "The Big Hut" (Tai Mao Pung). It was renamed to its present name in 1924. The main temple houses three bronze statues of the Buddha – representing his past, present and future lives – as well as many Buddhist scriptures.

Ngong Ping Village

Ngong Ping is a highland in the western part of Lantau Island, Hong Kong. It hosts Po Lin Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha amidst the hills which is about 34 m tall. There are several hills nearby which are also an attraction to tourists. It is now the terminus of the cable car ride Ngong Ping 360 which travels to Tung Chung. 

Wisdom Path
Wisdom Path traces a series of 38 wooden steles (upright monuments) containing verses from the centuries-old Heart Sutra — one of the world’s best-known prayers revered by Confucians, Buddhists and Taoists alike. These steles display the Chinese version of the prayer, based on the calligraphy of famous contemporary scholar Professor Jao Tsung-I, and are arranged in a pattern, which represents infinity.

Set in the hills of Ngong Ping and a short walk from the Big Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, Wisdom Path also offers soothing eyefuls of the South China Sea.

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car


Tai O fishing village

Stilt houses built along the banks of Tai O's waterways.

Interconnnected structeres from a tightly-knit community of fisher folk that literally lives on the warter

Boat excursion

Go on a boat ride to enjoy the charming views of water villiage

Citygate Outlets

First outlet mall in Hong Kong

More than 80 international brands of designer fashion, sports, beauty, accesspories, children's wear and home items

Year-round discounts of 30% - 70%

Hiking Route - Round Mui Wo
Route: Silvermine Beach Resort> Hung Shing Temple> Yuen’s Mansion> Man Mo Temple> Silvermine Waterfall> Silvermine Cave> Wang Tong> SIlvermine Bay Beach> Wang Tong River> Silvermine Beach Resort

Distance: 6 km approx.
Duration: abt. 2.5 hours
Difficulty: *

Hiking Route - Discovery Bay
Route: Silvermine Beach Resort> Silvermine Bay Beach> Trappist Monastery> Nim Shue Wan> Discovery Bay

Distance: 7km appox. 
Duration: abt. 3 hours
Difficulty: ***

Hiking Route - Tung Chung
Route: Silvermine Beach Resort> Pak Ngan Heung> A Po Long> Pak Mong> Tung Chung

Distance: 12km appox.
Duration: abt. 4.5 hours
Difficulty: ***

Hiking Route - Pui O
Route: Silvermine Beach Resort> Mui Wo Ferry Pier> Shap Long> Pui O

Distance: 10km appox.
Duration: abt. 3.5 hours
Transport: Bus to Tung Chung or Mui Wo available at Pui O
Difficulty: **

Hiking Route - Sunset Peak
Route: Silvermine Beach Resort> Nam Shan> Yi Tung Shan> Sunset Peak> Pak Kung Au

Distance: 10km appox.
Duration: abt. 5 hours
Difficulty: *****

Walk along Mui Wo where you will find lots of intriguing historical landmarks, Man Mo Temple, Pak Tai Temple, or experience the nature beauty at Silvermine Waterfall and Wang Tong River.

Hong Kong Disneyland
, Ngong Ping 360 cable cars and the Big Buddha are all approx. 35 minutes from Silvermine Beach Resort by drive.

Tai O Fishing Village is one of the few places in Hong Kong where you can find traditional stilt houses, where the Tanka fishermen built their homes for generations.

Whatever your interest is, Lantau got something for everyone.

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There are many more activities for you to explore, please contact our reception for details


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