Hong Kong’s Island South, which includes neighbourhoods such as Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau, is at the heart of a government development plan to revamp the area into a major residential and commercial hub. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s Island South, which includes neighbourhoods such as Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau, is at the heart of a government development plan to revamp the area into a major residential and commercial hub. Photo: Shutterstock

6 things you may not know about Hong Kong Island’s revitalised Southern district

  • Area – known as home to Stanley, Cape D’Aguilar and Ocean Park – has seen rapid transformation since it was linked to Hong Kong’s MTR railway network in 2016
  • Wide range of businesses have moved there, with many art galleries, restaurants, bars and office buildings opening in thriving Wong Chuk Hang neigbourhood

Hong Kong’s Island South, which includes neighbourhoods such as Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau, is at the heart of a government development plan to revamp the area into a major residential and commercial hub. Photo: Shutterstock
Hong Kong’s Island South, which includes neighbourhoods such as Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau, is at the heart of a government development plan to revamp the area into a major residential and commercial hub. Photo: Shutterstock
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