Stanley is a breathtaking town located in the south of Hong Kong Island, east of Repulse Bay and west of Shek O peninsula, which is a renowned tourist site in Hong Kong. Stanley once was a sparsely-populated village where tigers could be found, while today it has transformed into a residential area of rich homes, where new luxury villas spring up like mushrooms.
Stanley is home to sun-soaked beaches, distinctive architecture, various catering centers and shopping malls, making itself a great getaway for travelers from around the world.
Located in the northwest of Stanley Peninsula, the Stanley Market is a major attraction in Hong Kong travel, which is a typical example of a traditional open-air market in Hong Kong. Many products are available in this market, ranging from souvenirs, clothing, toys, ornaments, luggage, to paintings, Chinese arts and crafts.
No trip to Stanley Market is complete without hanging out this impressive six-story shopping center. For shopping-lovers, just take some time, you may find what you’re looking for at a low price but with high quality. No matter what you’re looking for, Stanley Market has something for you! The opening time of the shops in the market is from 10:00 to 19:00. The market is usually quite busy, particularly on weekends.
Near the market, there are many large restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Sitting on the cozy beach and appreciating the enchanting scenery with some wine never fails to be a terrific experience for any traveler. This is also a prime area for surfing.
Location: In south of Hong Kong Island, east of Repulse Bay and west of Shek O peninsula
Admission Fee: Free of charge
How to get to:
From the Central Exchange Square: take the bus No. 6, 6A, 6X, 260 and 66
From the Cyberport: Take the bus No.73
From the Sai Wan Ho Station: Take the bus No.14
From Tsim Sha Tsui: Take the bus No.973 or take the metro to :Admiralty Station and transfer the bus No. 629
From Tang Lung Street at Causeway Bay: Take the bus No. 16M and 40 to get to