Recommendation by Lemi
Day in and day out, Aberdeen Harbour comes to life with tourist cruise ships, humble fishing boats, and glamorous private yachts gliding on its flat waters. Before its modernization, the harbour was home to old families who originated from Guangdong. Shielded by another island from strong currents, the advantageous location made it an important fishing harbour that would last centuries, making Aberdeen one of the oldest villages in Hong Kong. Wander about the Promenade and bask in the island’s waterfront, or hop on the sampan (junk boats) to get a breathtaking view of the Harbour, and a glimpse of how Hong Kong used to be.
Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong
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