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Aberdeen Centre, Richmond
(3.4/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
Take time for some retail therapy at Aberdeen Centre. The enclosed shopping mall serves as an alternative to shopping in the Chinatown area of Vancouver. The Asian-themed mall features retail stores, herbal tea shops, and restaurants of the Orient. Other activities here include a cinema and bowling alley. Use our Richmond trip builder to add Aberdeen Centre and other attractions to your Richmond vacation plans.
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  • Though conveniently located at the sky train station, there is not much life at this shopping centre. It is an almost 100% Asian shopping centre with tiny shops all over the centre. All the shops I we...  more »
  • If you want to know what it feels like being in Hong Kong (HK) or China, go to this mall. The mall made me feel like I was back in HK instantly: little shops, huge place, cute shops. The most known sh...  more »
  • A lot of nice and unique stores. Daiso is one of my favourite store. It has two levels, selling Japanese stuff, mostly at $2. The food court is high with lots of choices. Food quality is better than e...  more »
  • This with no doubt one of my favourite malls in Canada. It does have the feel of a high end Asian mall. Speciality stores are abundant. You'll enjoy this place if you like manga, Asian beauty products, automotive merchandise, cars or just the food.
  • This is such an awesome and different mall! If you want to feel like you are in China itself, minus the masses of people, this mall looks and feel like you are Ghuang Zhou or something, the Daiso store is one of my top favorite dollar like stores to visit! The food court has so many amazing choices and the list just goes on and on. Of course the H-Mart has to be mentioned!
  • Walking in this mall made me wonder if I had been teleported to Asia! Could see couple of renown Asian brands here, including Bee Cheng Hiang from Singapore (for unknown reason the name is spelled differently here), Daiso from Japan. Worth a re-visit to discover more.
  • Hong Kong style shopping mall. It's just like you are in Hong Kong. Foods are good. No popular North American brand names in the mall. I never shop here except the Japanese 2-dollar store.
  • Good Chinese mall. Several restaurants and a good food court. Bring cash, many food locations and some retail are cash only. A large open center usually has a mall display or event (Bonsai Trees, Lego, Chinese Art Displays). They have a small Korean grocery, several bakeries and dried food stores. The usual clothing, technology, cell phone, a bank and pharmacy. Parking is abundant but you might need to go to the top floor as lower floors fill up. Sunday is rough due to people eating here during breakfast and lunch.