As an alternative to Chinatown in Vancouver, the enclosed layout of Aberdeen Centre was a totally new concept in early 1990s. The mall was designed as an one-stop shopping with Asian themed retail stores, herbal tea shops, restaurants, cinema and bowling alley as well as continuous weekend entertainment. It was built to cater the blossoming Asian society with rapid growth in skillful and rich Asian immigrants under the government policy since 1984.

Aberdeen Centre enabled the consumers to experience the Orient without the expense of an overseas flight. The mall was also named after a Hong Kong's famous tourist harbour - Aberdeen. It was the largest enclosed Asian retail centre in North America at that time, and other developers follow the concept and modeling. Then, the area around the neighbourhood of Aberdeen Centre has developed into the "Aberdeen District".


Mall Hours

Mon-Wed
11:00am - 7:00pm
Thur-Sat
11:00am - 9:00pm
Sun & Holiday
11:00am - 7:00pm





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