Wisdom PathCurrently Open
- Address: Lantau Island, Hong Kong
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Walking Area, Family And Kids
Wisdom Path - Review
The Wisdom path may as well be the route to nirvana with its beautiful views and unmatched spirituality. It is dotted with 38 wooden steles that have been inscribed with Chinese prayers. These constitute the Heart Sutra prayer which is a popular Buddhist prayer. These columns are arranged in the sign of infinity and even though you might not understand the inscriptions on them, there is a chance that you will come back feeling calm and blessed. The walk along the path is not more than 15 minutes.
Wisdom Path Information
- Wear comfortable shoes as hiking is required.
- Carry drinking water and snacks for small bite.
- Wear comfortable clothes.
Wisdom Path Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Wisdom Path Hours
- You can visit the trail any time of the day. However, morning hours are the preferred time for hiking.
How To reach Wisdom Path by Public Transport
- MTR Tung Chung Station, Exit B and go to the Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal. Take a 25-minute cable car ride to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal and follow the signs.
- By bus 23 from MTR Tung Chung Station – go to Po Lin Monastery.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Wisdom Path
6.18% of people who visit Hong Kong include Wisdom Path in their plan
20% of people start their Wisdom Path visit around 7 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Wisdom Path
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wisdom Path
Wisdom Path Trips
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Wisdom Path, Hong Kong Reviews
A very short path to some breath taking views on a clear day. Would definitely recommend it as it's a short walk where you can then reach other trails. It's a really nice place to take photos as well + is quiet if you go earlier in the morning, great to get away from the noise of the city
Beautiful relaxed atmosphere, if you continue to Lantau peak be sure to bring plenty of water. This is also the harder side to climb from, easily the hardest trek we've ever done but we'll worth it. We couldn't walk the day after 😁
A small hike from the Po Lin monastry takes one on Wisdom path. Walking on it for a few minutes leads to a small, beautiful place between the mountains. I found the chirping sounds of birds really refreshing.
After visited the Tian Tan Buddha, you can just walk and follow the path to Wisdom Path. I was lucky because I went there when it was still in the morning. So there was not so many people. It was a really peaceful walk in the wood. The direction was so easy to find. The day was hot because it was summer, so please bring a shade (hat, umbrella, sunglasses etc). I did not see any food stall so bringing your own water and snack is recommended. Try to read the information carefully. Early morning walk or afternoon walk probably is better. Have a map or guide book with yourself so it is easier to find information.
AWESOME visit! quite a trekking but a very awesome over view of the mountain. We came here during the bad weather but this just gave the place a different view. a must