Covering an area of 423 ha at the southern part of Hong Kong Island, Aberdeen Country Park is an ideal place for hiking and outing. A good part of the Country Park was damaged during World War II. The beautiful scenery today is the combined result of post-war reforestation and natural regeneration of woodlands.
Visitors can find several trails and the Aberdeen Tree Centre inside the Country Park. The Tree Centre, the 1st thematic education centre featuring trees and promoting tree conservation in Hong Kong, demonstrates different aspects of tree through thematic exhibition panels, 3D model, computer kiosk, etc. with an aim to enhancing visitors’ knowledge on trees.
Encircled by the dense forests of the Country Park, Aberdeen Reservoir comprises the upper reservoir and the lower reservoir, both built in 1932. Atop the magnificent dam, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the valley which changes with seasons.
To plan your journey to Aberdeen Country Park and Aberdeen Reservoir, you may visit the website below for transport information. Alternatively, you may click the “Journey” button in the Google Map below.
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