Ap Lei Chau

Ap Lei Chau Bridge Road on Ap Lei Chau.
Mount Johnston on Ap Lei Chau, viewed from Ocean Park.
Shui Yuet Temple on Ap Lei Chau.
Ap Lei Chau Bridge.

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Ap Lei Chau Bridge Road on Ap Lei Chau.

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The panoramic night view of "Island side" as seen from "Kowloon side" - TST

Hong Kong Island

Island in the southern part of Hong Kong.

Island in the southern part of Hong Kong.

The panoramic night view of "Island side" as seen from "Kowloon side" - TST
A view of Middle Island in the foreground and Repulse Bay in the background from the Ocean Park cable car ride (in the Southern District)
Kornhill and Shau Kei Wan, located in the northern part of Eastern District
Admiralty MTR station, the interchange station between the Tsuen Wan line, Island line, East Rail Line, and South Island line
Kowloon portal of the Western Harbour Crossing, one of the tunnels that link Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

Ap Lei Chau

List of islands and peninsulas of Hong Kong

Hong Kong comprises the Kowloon peninsula and 263 islands over 500 m2, the largest being Lantau Island and the second largest being Hong Kong Island.

Hong Kong comprises the Kowloon peninsula and 263 islands over 500 m2, the largest being Lantau Island and the second largest being Hong Kong Island.

Ap Lei Chau is one of the most densely populated islands in the world.

Hong Kong

City and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China.

City and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China.

Hong Kong in 1868, photograph by John Thomson
British Hong Kong flag from 1959 to 1997
Since 2012, the legislature has met in the Tamar Legislative Council Complex.
The Court of Final Appeal Building formerly housed the Supreme Court and the Legislative Council.
2019–2020 Hong Kong protests
Areas of urban development and vegetation are visible in this satellite image.
A residential building in Quarry Bay
2016 population pyramid
Wong Tai Sin Temple is dedicated to the Taoist deity Wong Tai Sin
Hong Kong is one of the world's busiest container ports
A proportional representation of Hong Kong exports, 2019
Former trading floor of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
Entrance to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel in Hung Hom, Kowloon
MTR train on the Tung Chung line
Statue of Bruce Lee on the Avenue of Stars, a tribute to the city's film industry
The Hong Kong Sevens, considered the premier tournament of the World Rugby Sevens Series, is played each spring.
Old campus of St. Paul's College, the first school established in the colonial era
University of Hong Kong main building
TVB City, headquarters of Hong Kong's first over-the-air television station

The name of the territory, first romanised as "He-Ong-Kong" in 1780, originally referred to a small inlet located between Aberdeen Island and the southern coast of Hong Kong Island.

Southern District, Hong Kong

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

Repulse Bay
Pok Fu Lam Village
Stanley

Ap Lei Chau, an island connected to Aberdeen by 2 bridges (1 for road and the other for rail)

Aberdeen Channel

Aberdeen Channel

Aberdeen Channel

Aberdeen Channel is a channel between the east side of Ap Lei Chau (Aberdeen Island) and Nam Long Shan (Brick Hill) on Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.

The entrance of the Aberdeen Square in Aberdeen Centre

Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Area on southwest Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.

Area on southwest Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.

The entrance of the Aberdeen Square in Aberdeen Centre
Aberdeen Municipal Services Building
Jumbo Floating Restaurant
People queuing up in front of Tse Kee Restaurant
Restaurants in Aberdeen Centre
Lau Kee traditional boat noodles
Dragon boat race in Aberdeen Harbour
The view of Sampan Pier near Aberdeen Harbour
Aberdeen Promenade
Grantham Hospital
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"Aberdeen Promenade, Aberdeen Praya Road" Bus Stop
Aberdeen Sports Ground
Viewing Deck of Aberdeen Promenade
Aberdeen Reservoirs

While the name "Aberdeen" could be taken in a broad sense to encompass the areas of Aberdeen (town), Wong Chuk Hang, Ap Lei Chau, Tin Wan, Wah Kwai Estate and Wah Fu Estate, it is more often used to refer to the town only.

Hongkong Electric Company

One of Hong Kong's two main electricity generation companies, the other being China Light & Power.

One of Hong Kong's two main electricity generation companies, the other being China Light & Power.

Hong Kong Electric Company headquarters in Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
North Point Power Station during the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong in December 1941.
Lamma Power Station
City Garden was built on the site of North Point Power Station.
Ap Lei Chau Power Station in 1971.

By 1916, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau were also connected.

Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter in May 2008 (looking south).

Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters

The Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters of Hong Kong are Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter and Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter.

The Aberdeen Typhoon Shelters of Hong Kong are Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter and Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter.

Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter in May 2008 (looking south).
Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter in January 2006 (looking north).
Aberdeen South Typhoon Shelter in March 2008 (looking south). The Jumbo Kingdom is visible in the centre.

Both typhoon shelters are located in Southern District, between the southern part of Hong Kong Island and the island Ap Lei Chau.

Southbound train of the South Island line approaching Ocean Park

South Island line

Rapid transit line of Hong Kong's MTR metro system.

Rapid transit line of Hong Kong's MTR metro system.

Southbound train of the South Island line approaching Ocean Park
South Island line viaduct near Holy Spirit Seminary
CNR Changchun EMU with cartoon animals in the windows
Geographically accurate map of the South Island line
A test train approaching Wong Chuk Hang station in December 2015
Expansion works at Admiralty station in November 2016. Underground are a new concourse, and the platforms of the South Island line and the North South Corridor. Harcourt Garden will be restored as a podium garden after the completion of the work.

This line connects the HK business district from Admiralty station to the Southern District of Hong Kong Island and the island of Ap Lei Chau, which was not served by any rail transport prior to the opening of this line.

Hung Shing Temple, Wan Chai

Hung Shing Temple

Hung Shing Temples or Tai Wong Temples are temples dedicated to Hung Shing Tai Wong.

Hung Shing Temples or Tai Wong Temples are temples dedicated to Hung Shing Tai Wong.

Hung Shing Temple, Wan Chai

Hung Shing Festivals are celebrated on the 13th day of the 2nd month in Chinese calendar at the Hung Shing Temples in Ap Lei Chau, Tai Kok Tsui, Cheung Chau, Sha Lo Wan and Kau Sai Chau.