We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews repulse bay ladies market nice market murray house express bus stall holders exchange square worth a visit bus ride double decker bus temple street for sale number bus public bus top deck hong kong island night market
Plenty of clothes and souvenir vendors. You have to bargain; pay what you feel it is worth but never pay full price. Don’t be afraid to leave if you do not get the deal you want, you can always come back and get it.
I love Stanley Market and always look forward to going on my trips to Hong Kong. Reasonably priced shops; nice quality merchandise. The ride over on the bus is also wonderful with beautiful water view. When you go, make it a leisurely trip and take...More
Since my 2nd trip in 2002 I was really looking forward to some serious shopping at Stanly Market. I used to say you could buy anything there pin to an elephant. No more. The market seems to have shrunk, the goods are less varied, the...More
I always visit Stanley Market whenever I go Hong Kong. There’s some small shops and you can stroll by the shore and there’s some eateries here too. Take MTR to Central, Exit A. Gonup escalator , cross the bridge , go down escalator, walk to...More
On the other side of the Hong Kong island well worth the bus ride with the scenery, plaza and bays you go by. The market was a true bargain place compared with the temple or ladies market in Kowloon. There were good brands and seemed...More
Stanley Market has many vendors who will sell you souvenirs from Hong Kong. Haggling is expected. Beware of the T-Shirt vendors. The first one we visited had very good prices for embroidered designs. When the shirts were brought out the tags were cut in half...More
Stanley Markets are located on the other side of Hong Kong island. It is a bus trip or taxi ride. Public bus 6X goes there from Wanchai. My wife and three kids enjoyed the bus ride out to the village of Stanley and had an...More
Caught the bus from the exchange at Central, ride takes an hr (give or take). Our driver was a bit of a maniac driver so it was a fun ride, nice scenery.
Arrived at about 1, pretty empty. Nothing much open. A few stalls but...More
It took us about 20-30 minutes from admiralty to reach there. Easy public transport. Ride on double decker bus. Nice coastal view. Few activities can be done at Stanley - shopping for souvenirs, electrical gadgets, dine & sightseeing. On certain days, you can catch ferry...More
Where are we likely to find souvenir snow globes, if at all? Would Stanley Market be our best bet? Thanks in anticipation!
September 16, 2012|
It would need to be some touristy place, like inside The Peak (the upper peak tram terminus), or Peak Galleria, or Temple Street Night Market.
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Lo Wu shopping verses Stanley Market (7 Replies)
WE are going to Hong Kong in May and have been hearing about the Shopping in Shenzhen, we have been to HK previously and had a great time at Stanley Market. How does LoWu shopping compare? Is it worth it to go to Shenzhen? Is it easy enough to ride the train there?
April 12, 2006|
LoWu shopping is wild! Even if you don't shop it's a great experience. It's much bigger than Stanley (five floors I think). However do be prepared for the touts. They make the touts in HK look like trainee shop assistants. It is easy to get there by train on the KCR from Tsimshatsui East station which is near the Star Ferry terminal. You do need a visa.
need help to plan route/itinerary (3 Replies)
Need help to plan –arrive HKG 21st May at 6:00 am and leave on 23rd morning for Macau…is it possible to cover all below ?if yes, pls help plan route. Staying at Interconti Ngong Ping 360 Lamma Island The Peak Repulse Bay A Symphony of Lights Avenue of Stars Lan Kwai Fong & SoHo Ladies' Market Stanley Market & Murray House Many Thanks
April 19, 2010|
Response fromGuerilla Surgeon|
It's going to be crowded but I would say you probably could. The thing to do is to group them in specific areas and do them at the same time. If I was going to miss anything out it would be Stanley market. That's just me mind you, I don't like it very much, and it's quite a way out. There's also the avenue of stars, I've never I stood the fascination with this. I've walked along it and it took me about five minutes, largely because I don't care much about stars :-). The symphony of lights...More