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The longest established have been Sea Palace Floating Restaurant which was sold and towed to either the Philippines or Australia some years ago (there are conflicting sources on this issue) and the current two floating restaurants moored next to each other in the harbour, Jumbo Floating Restaurant and Tai Pak Floating Restaurant which are now under the same management and collectively known as Jumbo Kingdom.The current restaurants do not actually "float" and are supported on concrete.Some sections of the restaurants such as the kitchens are modular and are occasionally towed away for maintenance in local shipyards.Tai Pak Floating Restaurant (nearest) and Jumbo Floating Restaurant (background) together form Jumbo Kingdom The triple-deck Jumbo, elaborately decorated in the theme of a Chinese Imperial Palace with pagodas and gold dragons is the largest floating restaurant in the world, seating over 2000 diners, and rather dwarfs its smaller neighbour to which it is linked by walkways.Tai Pak, which can seat about 400 diners, dates back to 1952 and has also has celebrity status having featured in several movies including “Love is a Many Splendored Thing” in 1955 and “The World of Suzie Wong” in 1960.Scenes for Steven Soderbergh's thriller "Contagion" due for release in 2011 and starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Matt Damon, Jude Law and Kate Winslet were filmed on Tai Pak during October 2010.

An Aberdeen Tourism Project to enhance the town as a tourist destination took place during 2012/2013 which has seen beautification of promenades along both sides of the harbour, improved signage and boarding and disembarking facilities, snack kiosks and local information boards.These days boats are equipped with the comforts of modern life such as satellite TV, washing machines and refrigerators.Sampan tour passing Aberdeen's fishing fleet FLOATING RESTAURANTS The first floating restaurants appeared in the typhoon shelter shortly after World War II.Expect to be quoted a price of about HK for a 30-minute sampan ride for one person but prices are very negotiable and HK is a more realistic amount.If there are several people in a party a much lower price can usually be “bargained”.

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