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
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

Topic |   Big Plans for Island South
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
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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