Aberdeen is known as the largest satellite town in Hong Kong. It is located on one of the southern tips of Hong Kong Island, with a population of about six thousand. What might surprise you is that the harbor here was once home to more than 6,000 people who lived on moored junks. Thus it made the Harbor very famous. However, now there are fewer boats in the harbor than previous, since many of these people have moved on and up into high rises. Even so, the harbor you see today is still a picturesque and photographic place. When you are on arrival at the harbor, you may come across a very interesting thing. That is one of the numerous Sampan boat women will try and accost you and whisk you away for a sail. You can just have a try as it is very funny. What’s more, there are some great opportunities for you to take photos.
You can also go to the a lovely Country Park here on the Aberdeen Reservoir Road, taking the tram to the Victoria Peak.
Take bus No.7 or No.70 from Exchange Square in Central. There are also boats from Lamma Island to Aberdeen harbor.
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