Aberdeen's harbor contains about 3,000 junks and sampans, and each might be home to several generations of one family. During the Tin Hau Festival in April and May, hundreds more boats converge along the shore. On Aberdeen's side streets you'll find outdoor barbers hard at work and any number of dim sum restaurants serving up dishes you won't find at home. You'll also see traditional sights like the Aberdeen Cemetery, with its enormous terraced gravestones, and yet another
shrine to the goddess of the sea: the Tin Hau Temple.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China