- 破極限Lv 71 十年前最愛解答
The Aberdeen district of Hong Kong started two hundred years ago as a pirate haven. Situated on the southern edge of the island, where the Tanka boat people lived and was a favourite destination for floating restaurants.
Now it is a bustling marina and fishing harbour, full of sampans, junks, kai do (water taxis), yachts and cruisers.
Boat tours are offered along Aberdeen, onboard a sampan that takes a scenic route around the harbour. Culinary delights of Hong Kong await on the acclaimed Jumbo Floating Restaurant.
Another spot that cannot be missed is the Ocean Park.
The Ocean Park, set up in 1977 to create one of Asia's most popular theme parks mixing entertainment, education and conservation in an exciting package. The 80-hectare (200-acre) park, situated on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, features thrill rides as well as amazing aquarium exhibits and performances by various sea creatures. A cable car system links the lowland and headland sections, offering spectacular views en route.
New and fun-filled entertainment facilities are introduced from time to time and a major refurbishment is underway. In addition to the new giant pandas, Ocean Park recently unveiled a fascinating Sea Jelly Spectacular, featuring more than 1,000 sea jellies of all sizes from all over the world.
The whole family will enjoy SkyFair, a thrilling balloon ride where you can soar more than 100 metres into the air for a breathtaking view of the majestic south side of Hong Kong. Other popular additions have been the Abyss Turbo Drop, the Mine Train, Amazing Amazon, the Flying Swing and the Film Fantasia Simulator Ride.
Ocean Park works to promote and support animal conservation in Hong Kong and throughout the Asia region. It has, in cooperation with other conservation organisations, launched various conservation programmes for a number of endangered species, including whales and dolphins. In addition, it has successfully bred rare species of birds, sharks and butterflies.
- 1 十年前