Jumbo Floating RestaurantCurrently Closed
- Address: Sham Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 626 HKD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Waterfront, Restaurant, Family And Kids
This floating restaurant in Aberdeen has been in operation for more than 30 years and attracts a bustling crowd with its claims of being the largest floating restaurant in the world. For the wonderful exterior, the place has a unique charm, which makes this place worth to give a visit. Check out its various eateries, a cooking academy, the Chinese Tea Garden and the bronze ware exhibition, to come away with a truly nostalgic experience of Chinese riverside times.
Reaching the place would isn’t difficult. Simply take the bus to Aberdeen and then board one of the Jumbo Kingdom's own free shuttle boats, with departures every few minutes from the waterfront Aberdeen Promenade.
- You might be able to get a table here immediately on Sunday.
- VISA and MasterCard accepted.
- Taking taxi is the most convenient option.
- $626 (for 4)
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10.71% of people who visit Hong Kong include Jumbo Floating Restaurant in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
45.03% of people start their Jumbo Floating Restaurant visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Jumbo Floating Restaurant
94.32% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jumbo Floating Restaurant
Fried rice was good and the lamb chops were tasty. Not sure if it was my lack of Chinese language or what, but service was sub-par and the bartender apparently can’t make a martini dirty.. I even used google translate to ask if they could relay to the bartender to add a small amount of olive juice and they straight up just said “no”. Really strange.
The iconic floating restaurant... Yes, it's a total tourist trap, but you'd be happy to be here. From what I understand, the first two levels serves traditional Chinese dim sum and seafood, and the third level now offers Western cusines. The space has a grand palace luxurious feel. The food is actually very good. Very high quality food even compared to other good Hong Kong restaurants. You can pick out your own live seafood out in the back. The boat ride to and from the restaurant itself is a treat on its own.
So. Much. Fun. Yes it's a tourist trap and yes it's overpriced, but we had loads of fun. We got dressed up in all the random stuff and had our pictures taken. It's all part of it! The service was good and super fast. It was tasty and we had no complaints.
Jumbo Floating Restaurant on Aberdeen Harbour houses a fine dining Chinese Restaurant, Bar, Cooking Academy, Tea and Wine Garden etc. The view of the restaurants at night is quite phenomenal, when this floating palace is lit up. It is featured in many films and many film stars have also visited the place. It is presently owned by famous Godfather and King of Gambling i.e Mr. Stanley Ho.
The place is beautiful. The foods weren't really my taste. It's way expensive! Since I don't speak Chinese, they gave me some snack and tea in a pot. I thought those were for free because I didn't order those. But in my bill, those were included! Although I didn't touch the snack at all.