This walking tour takes us through the historical sites, famed for its once floating village, Jumbo restaurant and its Tanka people. The first stop is the Hung Shing Temple built in 1773 to protect fishermen and maritime traders. Then a short ferry ride across the waters from Ap Lei Chau to Aberdeen and a visit to the Warehouse, built in 1891 as a red brick police station and now a listed building.
From here we’ll see the Chinese Cemetery dating back to the early 1900s and then a venture inside the bustling wholesale fish market. This isn’t open to the general public and is an ideal place to capture photographs of the day’s catch and the life of the fishermen.
Following the tour is a unique opportunity to enjoy the freshest seafood with lunch in a restaurant located within the private fish market itself.
Our tour is organised with The Warehouse Teenage Club, a charity helping teenagers develop their talents and contribute to society by means of arts & culture and making heritage conservation.
Meet at Aberdeen 9:45 am
Guided Tour 10:00 – 12:30pm
Seafood Lunch 12:45 pm
End 2:15 pm (approx.)
HK$680 for Members and $780 for Members' guests, including the seafood lunch
Members may bring guests on this trip, subject to availability
This event is going to be held in compliance with the social distancing rules of the Government then prevailing.