The cost of tickets to take the Ngong Ping cable car will increase by almost 15%, starting November 1. The new ticket prices will apply to all single and round-trips, but the fares for senior citizen tickets and annual passes will remain unchanged. However, Hong Kong residents can still get tickets to ride the cable car between Tung Chung and Ngong Ping at the old prices until December 31, 2023.

Trips on the Standard Cabin will go up to HK$190 (one-way) and HK$270 (round-trip), while those on the Crystal Cabin will be HK$235 (one-way) and HK$350 (round-trip). Journeys taken using the Crystal+ package — with which passengers can travel one way in a Crystal+ Cabin and the other way in a Standard Cabin — will also go up to HK$395 from HK$360.

CABLE CAR TYPEOLD TICKET PRICESNEW TICKET PRICES
Standard Cabin (adult)HK$235HK$270
Standard Cabin (child)HK$110HK$135
Crystal Cabin (adult)HK$315HK$350
Crystal Cabin (child)HK$190HK$215
Crystal+ package
(adult)
HK$360HK$395
Crystal+ package
(child)
HK$235HK$260
The old and new ticket prices for round-trip tickets on the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car

Annual passes will continue to be priced at HK$550. Hong Kong residents who wish to buy tickets at the old prices until December 31 need to present a valid Hong Kong identity card or birth certificate at the time of purchase. 

Earlier this year, Hong Kong Disneyland also announced that it would hike the prices of its annual passes and add a new type of single-day ticket for what park authorities deem “popular days”. While tourists have to pay HK$20-HK$40 more for one-day admission rates, Hong Kong residents can still buy these tickets at the old rates until November 15.

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