"Stanley Market" Stanley Market Tip by elcbw

Stanley Market, Hong Kong: 34 reviews and 50 photos

by elcbw

Stanley is a little village on the southern part of Hong Kong Island. It is part of the Southern District of Hong Kong. The original Chinese name of the village was believed to be based on a big tall cotton tree often covered with bright red blossoms at the time. It was given an English name based on Lord Stanley, 19th-century British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies.

Stanley is famous for its beach with BBQ areas, Stanley Market, Stanley Plaza with the Murray House, which was transferred, stone by stone from Central, Hong Kong

Murray House
Once a government building in Central, the facade has been put in a warehouse in about 1985 and has been rebuilt in Stanley and opened in 2000. It includes a mini museum introducing the history of the House and several restaurants.

Stanley Plaza
Adjacent to Murray House, opened 2001, includes shopping arcade and community theatre

Source: Discover Hong Kong

Address: Hongkong Island
Directions: Take bus no.6, 6A, 6x or 260 from Central (Exchange Square) Bus Terminus and get off at the Stanley Market Bus Terminus or
Take bus 973 from Tsim Sha Tsui East and get off at the Stanley Market Bus Terminus .

Phone: 85221780093
Website: http://www.hk-stanley-market.com/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 19, 2004
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