The Jumbo Kingdom was established in October 1976 by Dr. Stanley Ho. It took four years and over HK$30 million to design and build it. It was originally decorated in the style of an ancient Chinese imperial palace.
Free motor launch transport
The Jumbo Kingdom recently underwent a major multi-million dollar renovation, which transformed it into “a theme park on the sea” including dining, shopping, sightseeing and cultural attractions.
A Chinese culinary school taught by the chefs
of Jumbo Kingdom has been established.
Visitors can experience the nostalgic Hong Kong dining experience from a bygone era, the Typhoon Shelter seafood meal on a sampan.
The Chinese Tea Garden, Pier Plaza & Bronzew are Exhibition are additional attractions.
Since its opening in 1976 as the Jumbo Floating Restaurant, it has excelled in the preparation of seafood for discerning diners. Designed like a classic Chinese palace, it can accommodate up to 2,300 people. Situated in Aberdeen Harbour, the Jumbo is one of the world’s largest floating restaurants and an iconic tourist landmark of Hong Kong.
The combination of good food & place makes eating all the more pleasurable!
Colours & lights at night add on to the romantic delight!
HK Sunset Cruise By Chinese Junk
A romantic & worthwhile proposition is a Sunset Cruise plus dinner at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant!