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In's Point

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In's Point

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530-538 Nathan Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong China
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Yau Ma TeiMass Transit Railway (MTR)9 min
Mong KokMass Transit Railway (MTR)9 min
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[Aberdeen1773 Fishing Heritage] - Sampan & Houseboat Audio Guided Tour

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Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is a unique fishing village that blends the old and new. The traditional lifestyle shared among fishermen or Tanka people with many antique junks and sampans are juxtaposed against fleets of luxury yachts and towering skyscrapers. The typhoon shelter is also home to many intangible cultural heritage, all being traces of the humble beginnings of Hong Kong when it was still a small fishing village.<br><br>Let us bring you back in time as you hop onboard our unique sampan boats, we will cruise through 13 different local landmarks around the charming Aberdeen fishing village. While cruising, try immerse yourself in the area’s rich culture and history, through our exquisitely designed audio guide, where you will listen to folk-tales, lullabies and narratives of the area. If you’re lucky, you may be able to witness traditional dragon boat trainings or live fish trade in action!
USD 24.32 per adult
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travellingmip wrote a review Dec. 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand23 contributions19 helpful votes
I don't know how I missed In's Point before in my numerous travels to Hongkong, but I am glad I have found it now and I was surprised how many levels there were. There are a lot of new toys, kitset models, figures and collectables here. There are toys that are expensive, some cheap, some market price (some do vary from shop to shop), but you don't have to spend money here; many are small second hand toys for by-gone years and hold special nostalgic value and a trip down yesteryear is a treat in itself. The shops do open quite late in the day, however, time before opening meanswindow shopping. That itself can take hours. I've put three hours for the visit, it's atleast 2 visits and it will be more than three hours total if you want to look at everything. When shops are open, there is little moving space! Some are 'poke-your-head-in-only' and some are "no turning space: walk-out-backwards". Because there can be a lot of people here, it can get hot, and bring shopping bags or an empty tote; ackpacks get in the way of everyone.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Brisbaneburtons wrote a review Aug. 2019
Brisbane, Australia129 contributions68 helpful votes
When going to Hong Kong, husband wanted to increase his Star Wars and other collections and read this was the place to do it. Each little shop you just walked along and poked your head into to see whether they had anything you wanted. This place has everything. And also a great place to leave the hubby and son whilst daughter and I shopped :) Come after 3pm and bring cash and bargain. Let’s just say we had to buy another suitcase.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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8patrick8 wrote a review May 2019
Makati, Philippines10 contributions3 helpful votes
Lots of little shops with different genre of toys are concentrated in the building. It can be hard to spot the place though.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Keng J wrote a review Apr. 2019
19 contributions3 helpful votes
Don't waste time buying LEGO from other places. here is the one and only. Hard-to-find sets are easily found here at good price. Kenson's Toy Shop, the first shop you find at the end of the escalator, is very superbly recommended. Don't waste time comparing prices :)
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Josh S wrote a review Mar. 2019
Melbourne, Australia116 contributions5 helpful votes
In’s Point, along with Richmond Shopping Arcade are two places packed with all manner of pop culture, anime and collectible figurines. In’s Point is much larger, huge in fact, with many levels and very wide space, but dense with tiny shops which are themselves dense with toys and collectibles. This place was absolutely heaving with people when I went, and I get the feeling it’s always like this. As such it may not be the best idea to go with kids, especially if they like to run off to gaze at the next most interesting thing they see, as there’s a lot of that here. If you can keep them close and under control they’ll likely have a blast looking at Lego, Beyblades, Pokemon, and many other favourites. There are the obligatory busty girl figurines here too so bear that in mind if you want to avert your kid’s innocent eyes :) I would say this place is fun in small doses, or if you’re looking for something specific. The crowded halls got a bit much for me, but you’re almost bound to find at least one or two things that tickle your fancy.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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