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Aberdeen Promenade

Aberdeen Promenade

Aberdeen Promenade

Tree-lined Aberdeen Promenade runs west to east on Aberdeen Praya Rd across the water from Ap Lei Chau. On its western end is the sprawling Aberdeen Wholesale Fish Market with its industrial-strength water tanks teeming with marine life. It’s intense and grimy but 100% Hong Kong. Before reaching the market, you’ll pass berthed houseboats and seafood-processing vessels. (We detected a karaoke parlor or two as well.)

The eastern end of Aberdeen Promenade is where you get on a boat for Ap Lei Chau. The best way to explore the harbor is by sampan. A half-hour tour of the typhoon shelter costs HK$60 to HK$80 per person. Ferries depart daily for Lamma Island and Cheung Chau from here and about twice a week for Po Toi Island.

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