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The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong is located close to some of the most spectacular local attractions in the Southern District. Enjoy the exceptional experiences and attractions that Hong Kong has to offer.

Aberdeen Country Park
Known as Hong Kong Island’s “back garden”, Aberdeen Country Park is a verdant haven for nature lovers. Covering 423 hectares, the park features a wide variety of walking trails, from the leisurely to the strenuous, as well as panoramic views across the bays and coves that shape the island’s south coast. The park is also home to an abundance of endemic trees and wildlife, from black kites and kingfishers to pangolins.

Estimated travel time: 24 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: Open 24 hours
Address: Aberdeen Reservoir Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Aberdeen Reservoir
Set within Aberdeen Country Park, Aberdeen Reservoir is a picturesque body of water surrounded by dense forests and split in two by an historic dam built in 1931. Running around the edges of the reservoir are a number of distinctive hiking routes, including the Aberdeen Tree Walk, the Aberdeen Nature Trail and the Aberdeen Fitness Trail, which feature a variety of unusual exercise facilities to try.

Estimated travel time: 11 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address:  Aberdeen Reservoir Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Big Wave Bay
A scenic sheltered cove that is popular with the local surfing set, Big Wave Bay is the quintessential spot on Hong Kong Island to catch a wave. Hire a surfboard or bodyboard to join the action, visit the bay’s famous prehistoric rock carving, or just kick back and enjoy lunch and a craft ale at the beachside kiosk while watching the waves roll in.

Estimated travel time: 45 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address:  Big Wave Bay Road, Shek O, Hong Kong

Brick Hill (Nam Long Shan)
One of Hong Kong’s lesser-known trails, Brick Hill is a convenient option for hikers who want to escape the crowds. The upper section of Ocean Park is located on the southern side of the hill, and the trail begins with a walk that passes under the park’s cable car, before ascending to offer panoramic views of Deep Water Bay, Repulse Bay and Ap Lei Chau.

Estimated travel time: 9 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: Nam Long Shan Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong 

Chung Hom Kok
Located in a secluded cove close to Stanley, Chung Hom Kok Beach is a quiet coastal spot that offers a low-key alternative to the better-known beaches on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Ideal for families, it features a colourful kids’ playground and barbecue pits where visitors can cook up a storm.

Estimated travel time: 26 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: Chung Hom Kok Road, Hong Kong

Deep Water Bay
Once dubbed “The Wealthiest Neighborhood On Earth” by Forbes, Deep Water Bay is home to some of Hong Kong’s most successful tycoons, and is flanked by the exclusive Hong Kong Country Club and Hong Kong Golf Club. The beach, however, is open to all, as is the scenic Seaview Promenade that winds its way along the coastline to Repulse Bay.

Estimated travel time: 14 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: Deep Water Bay Road, Hong Kong

Middle Bay Beach
Tucked between Repulse Bay and South Bay, and usually much quieter than its more famous neighbours, Middle Bay Beach is a great spot for those looking to get sand between their toes while avoiding the crowds. It also attracts a laidback mix of local sun-worshippers and free-spirited tourists.

Estimated travel time: 25 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: 1 Southern Bay Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Mount Johnston
Located on Ap Lei Chau and accessed by a relatively challenging trail that leads to its 196m-high summit, Mount Johnston rewards intrepid hikers with breathtaking views across the South China Sea. After reaching the top, continue down the other side of the hill and across a natural sandbar to reach Ap Lei Pai, a small island that is home to Mount Johnston Lighthouse and a hidden tidal pool.

Estimated travel time: 18 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: 1 Lei Tung Estate Road, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

Repulse Bay
Known for its long, wide stretch of golden sand and its striking architecture, Repulse Bay is Hong Kong Island’s most famous beach district. The Repulse Bay is the area’s most distinctive landmark, a residential building featuring a large hole that some say was built to allow dragon spirits to fly between the mountains and the sea, while there is also The Pulse shopping and entertainment complex and a traditional shrine to maritime deities.

Estimated travel time: 25 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: Repulse Bay Road, Hong Kong

Shek O
Set on a peninsula on the southeast coast of Hong Kong Island and meaning “rocky bay” in Cantonese, Shek O is one of the city’s most famous – and popular – beaches. While the main beach can get crowded on weekends, the Back Beach offers a quieter escape, as does the long rocky outcrop between the two beaches, which offers spectacular views of crashing waves and the seascapes beyond.

Estimated travel time: 36 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: Shek O Road, Hong Kong

Boasting two beaches, a bustling market and a picturesque waterfront boulevard filled with al fresco bars and restaurants, Stanley is one of the Southside’s most charming destinations. Stroll along the promenade to reach Murray House, a grand Victorian-era building that was moved brick-by-brick from Central to Stanley in the early 2000s, and the Tin Hau Temple, which dates back to 1767.

Estimated travel time: 28 minutes’ drive from hotel

Aberdeen Fish Market & Promenade
The oldest and largest fish wholesale market in Hong Kong, Aberdeen Fish Market offers a fascinating insight into the city’s seafood trade, as well as the freshest fish that money can buy. Visit at sunrise to see the market in full flow, with fishermen and women selling their latest catches straight from their boats by the promenade and huge water tanks overflowing with all manner of eye-catching marine life.

Estimated travel time: 15 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: 102 Shek Pai Wan Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Aberdeen Floating Village
Comprising around 600 boats and home to almost 6,000 people, Aberdeen Floating Village is a traditional fishing settlement in Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter. An authentic remnant of Hong Kong’s maritime past, the village offers a rare glimpse into local seafaring culture. To appreciate it fully, take a short cruise on one of the traditional sampans.

Estimated travel time: 16 minutes’ drive from hotel

Aberdeen Tin Hau Temple
Dating back to 1851, Aberdeen Tin Hau Temple pays homage to the titular sea goddess, who is traditionally worshipped by local fishermen to bring good fortune. Originally located by the sea, due to land reclamation the temple is now tucked away amid the bustling streets of Aberdeen. It has also been renovated several times over the past 170 years, most recently in 1999.

Estimated travel time: 13 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: Open 24 hours
Address: 182 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Old Aberdeen Police Station (Warehouse Teenage Club)
Set on a hill overlooking Aberdeen Harbour with sweeping views across to Ap Lei Chau, this colonial-style red-brick building was originally built in 1891 as a police station. Converted into a Marine Police Training School in 1969, it was renovated in the 1990s to fulfil its current role as a community centre for local young people.

Estimated travel time: 12 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Saturday    10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday                              By appointment only
Public Holiday                Closed
Address: 116 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Wong Chuk Hang Tai Wong Yeh Temple
Located on the spot where a statue of Tai Wong Yeh was discovered by local fishermen in the early 19th century, this temple was built on a piece of land granted by the government in 1982. Notable for its ornate porcelain tiles, the temple houses the statue in a shrine in its main hall.

Estimated travel time: 11 minutes’ drive from hotel
Address: 1 Nam Long Shan Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

South Island Cultural District
Once a utilitarian industrial area, in recent years Wong Chuk Hang has evolved into one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant arts districts. Venture into the unassuming factory buildings that line Wong Chuk Hang Road to find some of the city’s most respected independent galleries, such as Alisan Fine Arts, Blindspot, Gallery Exit and Pékin Fine Arts as well as spaces from international imports like Axel Vervoordt, de Sarthe and Rossi & Rossi. Look out also for the collection of colourful wall murals painted by top local and international street artists that can be seen throughout the area.

Horizon Plaza
A shopaholic’s paradise in the heart of Ap Lei Chau, Horizon Plaza houses more than 100 shops across its 25 floors. As well as some of the city’s best home furnishing showrooms, there is a wide range of designer outlet stores, including Lane Crawford, Joyce, Shanghai Tang, agnès b., Ralph Lauren and many more.

Estimated travel time: 19 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Address: 2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

The Pulse
Set at the far end of Repulse Bay, The Pulse offers an alluring selection of beachside dining, shopping and entertainment options. Grab a cool drink or a light bite at one of the beachfront restaurants, or explore the airy mall’s various attractions, which include a 14,000 sq. ft. fitness and yoga centre overlooking the beach.

Estimated travel time: 12 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: 
Monday to Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.         
Friday to Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Address: 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Stanley Plaza and Stanley Market
Stanley is home to not one but two distinctive shopping experiences: Stanley Plaza and Stanley Market. The former is Hong Kong’s first dog-friendly mall with an attractive selection of shops and restaurants as well as a spacious piazza featuring a 300-seat open-air amphitheatre and a pirate-themed playground. Stanley Market, meanwhile, is the ideal place to pick up inexpensive and cheerful souvenirs, T-shirts and more.

Estimated travel time: 26 minutes’ drive from hotel
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: 23 Carmel Road Stanley, Hong Kong