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Stanley Market

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Stanley Market

2,028 Reviews
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Jerry G wrote a review Apr 2020
Coppell, Texas449 contributions148 helpful votes
Browse quickly, make wise decisions, bring cash, keep your eyes open for a bargain. That is my advice is you want to make the best of your time in the Stanley Market - a narrow street full of small shops selling all types of merchandise; primarily soft goods such as silk purses, robes, PJ's, etc. along with other Chinese items. Prices are very good as compared to other locations. Many vendors will bargain if you ask for their best price. If planning to purchase more than one of an item, get their best price than ask "how much for 2, 3?"
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Date of experience: January 2020
margarita g wrote a review Feb 2020
Playa Coronado, Panamá2 contributions
Excellent place... good buys. you need to know what you are looking for... Good restaurants and most of all... clean restrooms.. cost of 10 phil. pesos ($0.20).
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Date of experience: January 2020
jenkle89 wrote a review Jan 2020
Hendaye, France389 contributions89 helpful votes
Despite being very touristy, i thoroughly enjoyed browsing the stalls of this market which is a lot less intense than the markets in Kowloon. Lots of inexpensive clothing and souvenirs that i hadn't seen else where.
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Date of experience: January 2020
ozziestew1972 wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia40 contributions16 helpful votes
Visited the Stanley Markets on 2 occasions during our visit. Great markets which contain all the same items you would see at Temple Street or the ladies market but with out all the hustle and bustle. These markets are open earlier in the day so they make for a great visit whilst you have lunch on the foreshore restaurants.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Mmarymomm wrote a review Jan 2020
Pleasanton, California1,722 contributions366 helpful votes
I guess if you like shopping while on vacation then this is a place you would like to visit. It is just not how I want to spend my time in Hong Kong. We escaped the crowded market and walked past the beach to Stanley plaza where we could sit at a pub and enjoy a bite and a beer while we waited while other tour members had their hour and a half of shopping. Restrooms are available.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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