The starting point heading to Jumbo Seafood Sham Wan Pier should be at Wong Chuk Hang Exit B. Grab an "Information Guide" at Customer Service Centre in Wong Chuk Hang MTR Station after your ride in MTR trains to ensure that you won't get lost. The major roads ahead are Heung Yip Road, Nam Long Shan Road, Welfare Road, Sham Wan Road and Sham Wan Pier Drive.
When we start from Wong Chuk Hang MTR Exit B, all we need to do is to locate Nam Long Shan Road which is next to the temple. Next thing is heading turning around (left to the temple). We will see Nam Long Shan Road Cooked Food Market. I know you are tempted by the food. After your taste of local food, let's head back to the orginal spot and move on! We will see the corner of Heung Yip Road and Nam Long Shan Road next to the market. Then, we all know that we are heading to the right direction! Afterwards, the direction can be certained by MTR Wong Chuk Hang Depot on the opposite side. After a bit walk uphill, we will see Welfare Road, ignore St. Mary's Home for the Aged and Welfare Road, cross the road and continue our journey. Let's turn to Sham Wan Road! We will be there soon! We will see a swimming pool that help us to confirm we are at the right path! Turn to Sham Wan Pier Drive at Sham Wan Road Sitting-out area and we will be there!
Finally, we reach Jumbo Seafood Sham Wan Pier! Congradulations! We have two choices here for the seafood conquest! One is Jumbo Seafood Restaurant. Another one is Tai Pak). Both Piers offer a free ride for customers (excluding sampans)! The opening hours for both transportation is 11:00 - 23:30 (Mon - Sat) and 09:00 - 23:30 (Sun & Public Holidays). Check out Jumbo Kingdm's official website and Tai Pak's official website when necessary.
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