Dig in to some of the finest cuisine amidst several stunning locales when eating at Jumbo Kingdom. Being a collection of different restaurants and dining options guests have a variety of dining options in terms of both cuisine and location.

Originally created as The Jumbo Floating Restaurant in 1976, it was revered for its praiseworthy cuisine, especially seafood. Designed to mimic a Chinese palace, the Jumbo was and still is one of the largest floating restaurants in the world seating up to 2,300 diners at a time. The Jumbo Floating Restaurant is also a major tourist icon in Hong Kong.

With an already established reputation, the Jumbo was expanded to go beyond cuisine. In 2003 it was transformed in to Jumbo Kingdom which also featured shopping opportunities and cultural attractions further enhancing its appeal. But dining is and has always been its central attraction.

Some of the dishes that can be sampled here include Peking Duck and roasted goose while there are a range of other items that change based on the season. Dim Sum, a dining experience focused on small starter items is also available as an option on Sundays and holidays until 4 pm. This is also the most economical meal at Jumbo.

The extended Kingdom also provides further dining options. The Dragon Court is a more formal dining hall that serves up the same offerings as the main restaurant including Dim Sum, but in a smaller environment.

The Chinese Tea Garden as its name implies allows visitors to sample various different types of teas while The Wine Garden also follows suit. Topdeck is a restaurant located on the upper most level of Jumbo Kingdom and offers an array of western cuisine. There is also a Cooking Academy where one can learn how to prepare various dishes under the instruction of experienced Chefs.

Travellers wanting to visit this and other destinations will need to find a suitable hotel in Hong Kong for their stay. Eaton Hotel Hong Kong is a Hong Kong China hotel that provides a comfortable and economical accommodation option.