Attractions

Top Choice Waterfront in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Aberdeen Promenade

Tree-lined Aberdeen Promenade runs from west to east on Aberdeen Praya Rd across the water from Ap Lei Chau. On its western end is sprawling Aberdeen Wholesale Fish Market with its industrial-strength water tanks te…
Top Choice Brewery in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Young Master Brewery

Young Master Ales has moved to a new street level location in Wong Chuk Hang. Merchandise is sold in the front, while at the back, the brewing system, ageing barrels, and bottling line whir, hiss and grind away. The…
Village in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Stanley

This crowd pleaser is best visited on weekdays. Stanley Market is a maze of alleyways that has bargain clothing (haggling is a must!), while Stanley Main Beach is for beach-bumming and windsurfing. With graves datin…
Amusement Park in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Ocean Park

Despite the crowd-pulling powers of Disneyland on Lantau, for many Ocean Park remains the most popular theme park in Hong Kong. Constant expansion, new rides and thrills, and the presence of four giant pandas and tw…
Park in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Waterfall Bay Park

The cascade and the bay here are serene and quite lovely. Barges and fishing junks streak the waters; Lamma island is surprisingly near; figurines of gods – both Chinese and Hindu – stand on rocks. Overlooking the s…
Historic Site in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

St Stephen’s College Heritage Trail

WWII history buffs can visit the beautiful campus of St Stephen’s College, which sits right next to Stanley Military Cemetery. Founded in 1903, the school was turned into an emergency military hospital on the eve of…
Historic Building in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Béthanie

Perched on hilly Pok Fu Lam, a college and residential area northwest of Aberdeen, this beautiful restoration is a highlight in this part of town. The complex, which now houses a film school, was built by the French…
Taoist Temple in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Hung Shing Temple

Renovated many times since it was built in 1773 by local fishermen, Ap Lei Chau's major temple is dedicated to Hung Shing, the protector of seafarers. Its major features are a sea-facing orientation (which is believ…
Gallery in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Empty Gallery

Empty Gallery exhibits over 420 sq m of black-box space close to the Aberdeen Harbour, favouring experimental works of established and emerging artists. We saw an immersive exhibition by Catherine Christer Hennix, a…
Temple in Aberdeen & South Hong Kong Island

Tin Hau Temple

Caught between a church and the thoroughfare, this temple has an eclectic deity collection, two moon gates and hovering incense coils. The stone columns, ridge ornaments featuring a legendary female warrior, and cop…