Situated in a spectacular landscape, YHA Ngong Ping SG Davis Hostel is the destination for hiking aficionados. The hostel is close to fascinating hiking trails including Ngong Ping Trail, Buddhist Ancient Walk, Nei Lak Shan, and the 934-metre Lantau Peak which offers sublime sunrise view. Major attractions like the Giant Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, and the Wisdom Path are all within 15-minute walk. The hostel is away from the hustle and bustle of the city and is ideal for travellers who enjoy the tranquility of nature.

The hostel features a fully equipped self-catering kitchen, a spacious dining area, Wi-Fi access (around the reception area), lockers (lock exclusive), a badminton court, a barbeque site, and camping area. Dormitory, double rooms and group accommodation are available.

There are street lamps along the road from Ngong Ping bus terminus to the hostel. However please note that lighting will be dimmer around the hostel as it is surrounded by vegetation. Meanwhile, please bring your own food before going to the hostel as restaurants nearby will close at 6pm.

Advance reservation can be made online or contact Hong Kong Youth Hostels Association (Tel: 852 2788 1638; Fax: 852 2788 3105) during office hours (Mon – Fri 10:00 – 19:00; Sat 10:00 – 17:00) if your desired booking period is not available here. No deposit refund will be made for all cancellations. Hong Kong Youth Hostels Association reserves the right to charge any hostellers a cancellation fee equivalent to the outstanding balance of the total accommodation fee for any cancellations made 48 hours before check-in date or no show and the hostel will release the rest of booking if no further notice is given by the hosteller.

*YHA membership is required and on-site application is available (HK$130 for one-year membership of Hong Kong Youth Hostels Association). Each single member is entitled to bring a maximum of 3 non-members who are requested to pay the standard rate (hostel rates details here). Price listed here is member’s rate and only deposit is paid at the time of booking. All hostellers have to settle all outstanding balance upon check-in at the hostel.

What travellers think...

Green rating

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Reviews

It is a quite place indeed because of the temple there. Temperature is cool and nice Lantau Peak view there. Please always get yourself ready for the hiking if whether permitted. I found the hostel was closed from 1pm to 4pm for cleaning and this made me went there twice since I arrived there about 2pm. ( You need to take about 20 min walk from temple to hostel ) With the luggage which I carried along, I got my leg sprain then. So unlucky! However, the hostel manager was so kind to allow me check in earlier. Remember to bring enough food and arrive there before 7pm. The road to hostel is dark and there are lot of dogs there after 7pm. I still remember one of the Chinese travellers chased by the stray dogs and he got his handphone spoilt!! Perhaps he should take the hostel manager advise earlier.

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Kok Sen,

Thu 27 Mar 2014

overall my opinion is ok. but hope the others guest please clean up what they used in the kitchen and keep the sink is clean, they are through something inside the sink when wash the dish.

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WAN,

Wed 12 Mar 2014