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Stanley is very different to other parts of Hong Kong, or completely different from what you think about Hong Kong. Stanley, located at the southern of Hong Kong island, is much more relaxed with beaches, hills and coves. You will find the western...more
All reviews murray house repulse bay blake pier exchange square great market lovely beach bus ride the double decker bus worth a visit day trip the hustle and bustle public bus number bus street market top deck ladies market shopping mall
We were spending a few days in Hong Kong back in July 2013 - the rainy season.
My wife was keen to visit Stanley Markets and was browsing through the shops while I decided to go walkabout.
Stanley Markets was buzzing as usual although Stanley...More
We got one of the several buses to Stanley. It took about 30 minutes. The market is good with lots of stalls . There is a nice promenade with bars and restaurants across the road. Glad we went but not much to see.
I always take visitors to Stanley. Why? The bus ride along the coast is spectacular as you drive past beautiful scenery, beaches and houses with mountains in the background. Stanley has two areas to shop, both by the sea as it has 2 beaches. One...More
We went to Stanley as part of a 1/2 day tour of Hong Kong. This is a very nice part of Hong Kong. There were free public toilets in the city hall.
We went and shopped in the stalls that were located there. My friend...More
A good day out from the city. Easy to get to on the bus and reasonable cost. Nice promenade, main street and some good bars for a cooling drink on a hot day. The public toilets were a bit "basic" compared to the city.
We took a bus route out to Stanley to see what some of the beaches looked like.
Take the 6, 6X, 260 from Exchange square. They all go via deep water bay and Repulse Bay and end up in Stanley at the market.
Stanley offers lots of activities for tourists and for local Hong Kong people. There is the beach and the Stanley prison.
It was actually a seaside village and the vibe is laid-back in a city which is always running. You will find casual cafes, bars...More
Went for a day out, I took the number 6 bus from the central bus terminal. Easy. It is a nice scenic drive.
My sister and I were walking through the stalls and noticed a women that seemed close , in one particular shop, I...More
Some of the best bargains their used to be 20 years ago are no longer there, although the same types of brands are. I think it is trading off its past reputation, and now is simply quality products trading in a market style environment. The...More
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.