"Driving on Lantau Island" Scheme

Under the “Driving on Lantau Island” Scheme, you may apply to drive a private car on the closed roads on Lantau Island to visit places like Ngong Ping, Tai O, Cheung Sha and Mui Wo from Monday to Friday (except public holidays) from 8 am to 7 pm for leisure and recreational purposes. The daily quota is 25 private cars, and the places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

If you are interested in this scheme, please check the quota availability, and apply for a Lantau Closed Road Permit (LCRP) through the online service provided by the Transport Department. The fee for an LCRP is HK$75. After entering the required information and paying the fee, you will be immediately notified of the application result and how to collect the LCRP.


If you wish to pay through this e-service on a device with Kaspersky Internet Security software installed, you should include the link of this e-service (https://driveonlantau1.td.gov.hk) to Kaspersky Safe Money list (https://help.kaspersky.com/KIS/2018/en-US/82231.htm) to avoid the potential error message [PAY-E-0000] when making payments. In case the message does appear, you should check with Transport Department at 2804 2600 on the payment status by quoting your transaction reference number.

Online Application for "Driving on Lantau Island" Scheme

If you encounter any technical problems, please refer to the webpage below:

System Requirements for GovHK Online Services

Further information

To learn more about the “Driving on Lantau Island” Scheme, please refer to the following link:

“Driving on Lantau Island” Scheme
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