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I used to live in Hong Kong years ago and this village used to flourish. now it has shrunk down to about 1000 villagers and skyscrapers have taken over all around them....worth visiting before they are long gone! the old Hong kong - take a...More
We visited the Aberdeen Fishing Village as part of a 1/2 day tour of Hong Kong. We opted to spend the $60 hkd for the sampan boat ride. The ride was fun and we got a closer look at the other boats. The sampan boats...More
We took a ride in a motorized sampan around this part of the harbor. It was interesting to see how many people are living in these boats. There is so much trash floating around in the dirty water. We did ride around the Jumbo Kingdom...More
Interesting idea to "show" / promote something non-existant - just as in the archeological sites, visitors need to use imagination, and read about what was there, and when :/
I happen to like boat rides, so I enjoyed the views from a bit lower perspective...More
Aberdeen Harbour is a cross between a rubbish dump, a car park for industrial fishing boats and a squatter camp.
The water is filthy, there’s even a sign advising people not to swim because the water is polluted. Most of the plastic rubbish comes from...More
Overall not much to see on a boat trip here. People seem to go a bit overboard on seeing the big boat restaurant but the village itself is just a few boats. I was expecting a slightly longer boat ride and something a bit more....More
For HK$60 per person, it wasn't bad value and it was nice to get some fresh cooler air off the water on the trip around the finshing village. Really nothing more at the time we visited, than a heap of old boats all moored, and...More
It was like any other Asian village
But it was really appalling to see the dried skin of fish everywhere
Veggies and Vegans ----Stay put in ur bus when u have to visit this place as part of the day tour
As a district, it is one of the quietest in Hong Kong
I guess its a nice place to live. Unless during working days or time boats arrive from fishing the place get a strong fish smell, this is my doubt.
As a fish market,...More