South Horizons is a private housing estate located at the western end of Ap Lei Chau (aka. Aberdeen Island), in the Southern District of Hong Kong. Developed by Secan Limited, a Hutchison Whampoa associate company, it consists of 34 blocks, ranging in height from 25 to 42 storeys, completed between 1991 and 1995. Census data indicate that South Horizons had a population of 31,496 in 2011 and was the most populated among the private and public estates of the district.
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Once a hub for building junks, Ap Lei Chau is regarded as the second most densely populated island in the world, but today is highlighted by a ton of stunning properties to include South horizons. Although it is not much of a tourist destination, Ap Lei Chau is an excellent choice for property enthusiasts for its discount outlet stores and modern amenities. A short walk across the bridge in Ap Lei Chau will get you unobstructed views of the Island and mountain ranges so as a resident you get to enjoy the best of both worlds – serenity and panoramic vistas a short distance away.
Ap Lei Chau houses one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong – the Hung Shing Temple located off Main Street and on Hun Shing Street, which dates back to 1773. It also features the 8th street winery – the first winery in Hong Kong City and the Shui Yuet Temple. For a property home for rent or buy in Ap Lei Chau, speak to our Hong Kong property specialists today.