Aberdeen is far away from the bustling downtown area of Hong Kong and has its own area on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Aberdeen has a large number of residents and its streets are old, but it feels very friendly to browse here because Aberdeen's street names are Chengdu Road, Xi'an Street, Hubei Street, Luoyang Street and so on. The north-south vertical is called "Road" and the East-West horizontal is called "Street". Names such as "Queen's Street of Dolly" in the Central Region are different from those with strong colonial character.
Aberdeen is an important residential area in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. There is a sea area between Ya Lei Chau and Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter, which is more like a river. There are some small fishing boats beside the shelter which can carry tourists and eat seafood on the boats in the sea. In fact, this shelter is very similar to the one in Causeway Bay. The sea here has the world's largest maritime restaurant treasure kingdom, a ship can accommodate more than 2,300 customers at the same time. The park next to Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is a popular place for residents to take walks. It's very comfortable to blow the sea breeze here.
It's worth recommending. There's a seaside park nearby. There's a special ferry to take you to the treasure boat to eat seafood. And Aberdeen also has a lot of delicacies, suitable for tourists to shop, there are many snack shops nearby, you can buy letters back to friends.
Take a boat to Aberdeen to take the Ferris Wheel. It's a super-romantic thing.
Aberdeen used to be a major transit port in Hong Kong. Bricks made in Hong Kong used to be transported here to Guangzhou.
It's worth shopping and playing here, and it's worth coming back when you have a chance.