Aberdeen Fishing Village

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Hong Kong: Big Bus Open-Top Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour

1. Hong Kong: Big Bus Open-Top Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour

Enjoy access to Hong Kong’s open-top sightseeing bus tour routes and see all of the city’s iconic landmarks and places at your own pace. Your pass allows you to hop-on and off on 3 different sightseeing tour routes through Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Travel along the Hong Kong Island route, known as the Red Route, explore the Blue Route of Kowloon, and take the Green Route through Stanley. Your ticket also comes with a complimentary Star Ferry ride and fast track ticket to the Peak Tram.  Plan your day and visit the sites that you wish to see, from Victoria Harbor, to Victoria Peak or Sky100 Observatory Deck, to glamorous shopping malls - where your complimentary rewards booklet, with substantial retail, leisure, and dining discounts will come in handy. The Red Route takes 1.5 hours, the Aberdeen & Stanley Tour Green Route takes 1.5 hours and the Kowloon Tour Blue Route takes 1 hour without hopping off. Select the deluxe option to learn about the local cultures and hear stories on a free walking tour in Central SoHo and Sheung Wan, with local tasty street food snack and drink. Hong Kong Island Tour - Red Route: • Central Star Ferry Pier 7 • Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center • Causeway Bay-Sogo • Park Lane Hotel • Wan Chai Computer Center • Peak Tram Lower Terminus • Mid-Levels Escalator • Lan Kwai Fong & Soho Stanley & Aberdeen Tour - Green Route: • Central Star Ferry Pier 7 • Peak Tram Lower Terminus • Ocean Park • Repulse Bay • Stanley • Aberdeen Kowloon Tour - Blue Route: • Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade • The Peninsula • Langham Place • Temple Street • Sky100 • Hankow Road • Mody Road

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Hong Kong: Aberdeen Audio-Guided Tour and Houseboat Visit

2. Hong Kong: Aberdeen Audio-Guided Tour and Houseboat Visit

On this journey, you’ll be taken to landmarks that embody each era of the floating village in Aberdeen Harbor. Dive deeper into the harbor’s history with expert commentary provided by audio guide. Be transported through the area’s past and present, to experience the way of life of local fishermen. Glide through the harbor on a sampan boat. Visit a replica of a traditional houseboat to experience what it was like to live on water. See fishermen traversing the waters, hear the waves crashing against the sides of the houseboat, and taste the salty air on your tongue with this one-of-a-kind trip. Select the lunch option to enjoy a local dish of noodles onboard the traditional boat, before returning to shore.

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What people are saying about Aberdeen Fishing Village

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 271 reviews

Best way to see Hong Kong

3 separate routes - the green line offered an amazing and unexpected little gem of a trip to the south side of HK Island - Repulse Bay and Stanley are totally different from mainstream HK. Quiet, beautiful locations, well worth the trip. The tram and panorama were good but on a cloudy day not particularly impressive. Good day’s tour and worth every penny.

Highly recommended to tourists and Hong Kong locals. This is a great chance for learning more about the other side of Hong Kong. The history and culture of fishermen are extremely interesting. The price is affordable and the meeting point is really close to the MTR station.

The bus routes are well chosen. The 48-hour ticket is recommended: it includes many vouchers and 4 ferry trips per person. At almost all stops there is staff in the BigBus dress. Perfect if the hotel is near HongKong Central.

This sighseeing buses makes it easy to reach many of the popular sights! All of the 3 lines are great, but my favorite is the green line out to the magnificent Repulse Bay, Stanley and Aberdeen! Thumps up...

Very useful to see and to learn about the city of Hong Kong but unfortunately it was very fogy we couldn’t see anything with the train on top