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Aberdeen Centre, Richmond

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.5/5 based on 130+ 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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  • The food court at this mall is great; if I lived nearby I would never cook again lol. The shops are decent and there's a good market on the ground floor. The big draw is the only Daiso location in Can...  read more »
  • When we go to Richmond, this shopping Mall is on our to do list. The mall has a free parkade. On some levels you can park 3-4 hours for your shopping convenience. The mall has all kinds of stories. Da...  read more »
  • Mall layout is interesting and walkable, but a bit annoying because it requires doubling back to reach every area. Shops offer a broad mix of clothing, furnishings and jewelry. Lots of restaurant choi...  read more »
  • 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.
  • Love the food court. Full of Asian varieties from japanese crepes and katsu, Shanghai pork dumplings and hong kong style noodles and rice. They also have a Korean place. Basically an awesome place to go with a big group of friends who cant make up their mind about where to go for food. Here everyone can find something they want to eat. Also Daiso is my go to store for affordable dishes, stationary and crafts. There are also two korean beauty shops in the mall. Tony moly and aritaum.
  • Want to feel the Hong Kong style food court. This is the place to goto. It's food court is packed with different eateries. A most try are the desert wings. Prices are low enough you can go around and order from a few stalls. There are line ups and waits for food as most are cooked to order. Mall however is a little sad. Lots of cosmetic and beauty hair salons. A H-mart and asian 2 dollar store anchors the mall. Clothing stores are Asian style and pricey. Works if you want to look like an Asian slim shady. Parking lot is crazy every car wants to back in. But if you like looking at cars this mall always have high end cars in the parking garage.
  • Daiso Japanese dollar store, everyone should go there at least once. The food court is amazing not to mention the numerous of Asian restaurant in that mall. You can every buy abmw in this mall, they have a permanent auto show room. And finally enjoy the water display while sip on a bubble tea or something.
  • Feels like going to Hong Kong. There are stores that sell cheap accessories and stores that are clearly aimed at Fu Er Dai (not a place for quality goods btw).
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