Old Stanley Police Station
This two-storey colonial building in Stanley Village is Hong Kong's oldest surviving police station and is now occupied by a Wellcome...
This crowd pleaser is best visited on weekdays. Stanley Market is a maze of alleyways that has bargain clothing (haggling is a must!),...
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At the southern end of Stanley Main St is a row of eight one-storey houses with red bricks and green doors. Quaintly eye-catching, they...
When you're in an ever-renewing tourist hotspot like Stanley, it's nice to step into an institution like Smugglers Inn, where fads don't...
If the waterfront restaurants are too formulaic for you, seek out this cosy restaurant hidden away in Stanley Market. Lucy’s has earned...
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Stanley Market information
No big bargains or big stings, just reasonably priced casual clothes (including big sizes and children's wear), bric-a-brac, souvenirs and formulaic art, all in a nicely confusing maze of alleys running down to Stanley Bay. It’s best to go during the week; on the weekend the market is bursting at the seams with tourists and locals.
Good choices for gifts and souvenirs include stone 'chops' (stamps) carved with the owner's name, embroidered baby shoes, and pretty (though factory-produced) painted wooden boxes. Do bargain here, but not aggressively.