Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong is a floating restaurant based in Aberdeen, the famous pier of Hong Kong Island. Since 1976, it has hosted royalty, movie stars, and tourists looking to enjoy a unique and luxurious dining experience in Hong Kong.

The multi-storey restaurant is decked out in traditional imperial Chinese styles, similar to royal courts of the Ming Dynasty – expect motifs of dragons, pagodas, pottery, and intricate décor in red and gold throughout its many banquet halls.

*This restaurant is permanently closed.

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Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong Highlights

Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong has 6 banquet halls, including an alfresco dining section overlooking the South China Sea.

Dragon Court, located on the 1st deck, is a fine-dining restaurant that serves authentic provincial cuisine. It offers several menus, which include dim sum, roast duck and suckling pig, as well as local desserts such as mango pudding and egg tart.

Tai Wo Din and Kam Luen Din are the Jumbo Kingdom’s largest banquet halls. Both can accommodate up to 360 guests, with grand interiors that resemble the royal courts of the Ming Dynasty.

Book a table at the Roof Deck for spectacular views of Hong Kong and the South China Sea, or at the Shum Wan Pier Garden which overlooks a traditional fishing village in Aberdeen.

Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong

Location: Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Open: Monday–Saturday from 11am to 11.30pm, Sunday from 9am to 11.30pm

Phone: +852 2553 9111

Paul Smith | Compulsive Traveler