Nei Lak Shan

Nei Lak Shan
Nei Lak Shan 2.jpg
View of Nei Lak Shan from Po Lin Monastery Paifang's Parking lot.
Highest point
Elevation 751 m (2,464 ft)
Coordinates 22°15′47″N113°54′40″E / 22.263174°N 113.911099°E / 22.263174; 113.911099Coordinates: 22°15′47″N113°54′40″E / 22.263174°N 113.911099°E / 22.263174; 113.911099
Nei Lak Shan is located in Hong Kong
Nei Lak Shan
Nei Lak Shan
Location of Nei Lak Shan in  Hong Kong
Location Southern Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Nei Lak Shan
Traditional Chinese 彌勒山

Nei Lak Shan is the sixth highest hill in Hong Kong. With a height of 751 m (2,464 ft)[1] on Lantau Island, it is situated immediately north of Ngong Ping where the Buddhist Po Lin Monastery is located. Nei Lak, or prescriptively Mei Lak is a Cantonese language translation of Maitreya, the future Buddha, in Buddhism.

An angle station of the Ngong Ping 360 cable car is located near Nei Lak Shan.

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  1. ^ "Ch 15 - LVIA". Retrieved 4 November 2019.

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