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The Lantau Peak rises high above the Tian Tan Buddha.
|Elevation||934 m (3,064 ft)|
|Prominence||934 m (3,064 ft)|
Lantau Peak or Fung Wong Shan (Chinese: 鳳凰山, literally "Chinese Firebird Mountain") is the second highest peak in Hong Kong and the highest point on Lantau Island, with a height of 934 m above sea level. It is most famous for the sunrise scenery viewed from the summit.
The mountain is actually made up of a pair of peaks, one is known as "Fung Shan" (male firebird mountain) and the other is "Wong Shan" (female firebird mountain), together they form "Fung Wong Shan".
- The Chinese Phoenix Fenghuang
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