A quick 20 minute ride around the bay that was included with our hop on hop off ticket. A nice little trip to break up the day. Recommend if on the hop on hop off tour or if want to do something different.
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We made the mistake of taking the advice of Discover Hong Kong to take the MTR to Wong Chok Hang and then a 5 To 8 minute walk.We took the right exit from the MTR following the signs but were lead to a back street.Eventually...More
I visited the jumbo floating restaurant over 20 years ago, and the area around the harbour is modern boats as opposed to the old sampan's. We are taken across on a small junk, on the very short ride to the floating restaurant. The boat is...More
We were lucky to stay in Aberdeen because the whole place- the harbour and the promenade has its charm and it's very pretty. You may watch colourful boats or grab something to eats or you can have a trip to nearby Lamma island by ferry...More
Very nice nearby the south china see in Hong Kong. Seafood restaurant and Marianne clubhouse nearby. One can take the boat ride free from Aberdeen to the floating restaurant. I haven't tried the food, but people said it's so and so. But still good to...More
Took a sampan ride around Aberdeen harbour as part of our big Bus tour ticket. Great fun, got to see the Chinese fishing boats and floating restaurants. Great photo opportunity with a crazy Sampan 'driver'. Be rude not to have a go!!
Tourists know this place mostly for the floating restaurants but there's more than that. This is a very local area so there are nice shopping areas, good restaurants, a few temples and few tourists if you avoid the harbour.
We travelled here using the big bus tours - not sure about public transport Loved the beach feel, the indoor market but best of all the local cafe on the front of the marketplace You really did feel like you were in old school Hong...More
Getting out on the water to see some of HK was a great idea. An appreciation for the variations in architecture, social standings and rates of progress were definitely gained by traveling on a sampan to take this area in. It was all so very...More