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Jumbo Floating Restaurant

「DINE ON」Offers - 10% Off Total Bill


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Jumbo Kingdom located at Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter. Jumbo Kingdom is a unique combination of a scenic Hong Kong landmark, an international renowned tourist attraction and a fine-dining establishment. Over the past decades, Jumbo Kingdom has been much appreciated by locals and tourists. It has played a host to numerous international dignitaries and celebrities, including HM Queen Elizabeth II, film stars Tom Cruise, Chow Yun Fat and Gong Li, and more than 30 million other valued visitors and guests.

1976

Jumbo Floating Restaurant was established in October 1976. Its exquisite ancient imperial style is shaped with million dollars and four years hard work of craftsmen.

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1980’s

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2000’s

In 2002, Jumbo Kingdom started operating under Melco International Development and became a member of Melco’s Leisure & Entertainment unit. Renovation, refurbishment and improvement projects were carried out in late 2003 to refine image of Jumbo Kingdom.

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2017

 Jumbo Kingdom is now a modern complex of dining, sightseeing and cultural attractions - a required stop in any tour of Hong Kong.

Location
Shum Wan Pier Dr, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Cuisine

Reviews from Google (10)

@Nikki Ledingham

"The staff were very rude. It was low season with very few customer (10 people maximum) and I asked if we could sit by the window to have a view of the water. I was told no because we were not with a party of 6 or more there was just 2 people. I could have understood if the place was packed out, but it wasn't. So unless you are going in a larger party you cant have a seat with a view out of the window whilst you have your meal. They lost my custom. But I dare say they are not bothered as people will always want to go as it's a favourite tourist spot. My advice - you can go and have a look at the beautifully decorated hall, stairs and landings for nothing and just come away having seen these. There is a free boat to get there and come back from Victoria promenade. The female restrooms are clean and look well maintained."

24 Aug 2019

@Bialy Maven

"Even though this is a restaurant frequented by tourists, it has many loyal local patrons. Dim sum is good and service is decent. We came early so we didn't run into tour groups. If you walk to the back, you can see the live seafood in tanks and tubs. Now that's fresh."

16 Aug 2019

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