you can find a lot of stuff here and also souvenirs although the price is ermmm not that competitive compared with other places ive been.
great restaurants check out the smugglers a grimy local expat bar ,carefull you may feel like a pirate with scirvy if you stay to long,good shopping in the plaza and the market,got a couple of adult onesies there for only $200 hkd wow look out for cheap clothes and awesome gadgets.theres scenic beaches and plenty of free out door seating.... More
Visited Stanley market and there's a new building named Stanley Plaza. It's like a small shopping center facing Stanley Bay. It's a laid back place with shops for shirts, souvenirs, paintings, luggage, toys...etc. Prices can be reduced with a bit of bargaining but as always, only do it when you are prepared to buy. It still has the rustic feel... More
Whenever we visit Hong Kong, a wee trip to Stanley Market was always at the top of our list and for our most recent visit in November, this was no exception. We do appreciate the market and shops are mostly aimed at tourists looking for souvenirs and the like but my husband and I have always loved the laid back... More
Such a lovely place. Fantastic new restaurants to sit and eat and watch the world go by. Markets are ok, more at the ladies markets to buy. The kids love it there, especially the bus ride to get to stanley. Would always go back.
We enjoyed Stanley and its market a lot. It has a lovely village feel and the market is large enough for choice and interest but small enough to see it all and find it enjoyable. We both bought lots and lots of souvenirs here including some quite nice things along with the usual tat! It felt very leisurely and while... More
The quaint fishing village of Stanley is a perfect little day getaway from the sprawling city of Hong Kong. From our hotel in Mong Kok we took the MTR to the Admiralty Station to catch Bus 6x. We used our Octopus Card for the bus fare. The bus was a double decker, which we chose to ride on the top... More
You don't have to buy anything here, just enjoy the atmosphere of the place. If you do want to buy anything, it'd be best to bargain, because this is still a tourist destination after all and prices tend to be jacked up a little.
Walking into the market, I knew it was a tourist trap but it was still fun. Make sure to negotiate price and pick up some cheap souvenirs. A little bit crowded but that adds to the fun. Great for a day trip from HK central.
The Stanley Market is the place to go and buy all sorts of stuff, see all sorts of people and eat all sorts of food. Old fishermen's houses and a junk coming in to the pier. I bought myself a littler bronze dragon (!) and a T-shirt with my grandson's name in Chinese characters on it. I had proof of... More
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