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It's not as crowded as the Ladies' Market. It also has roofing cause I do not remember being hot. It's great for souvenir and toy shopping for the kids. To get here on the bus was also an attraction. We took a double-decker bus and...More
We took a taxi from city center. A long way more than 130 H K $ one way. The market itself s less than being famous. Shopping at this market s not so attractive.
Next day we were interested for shopping in the city with...More
Ok so the market isn't as good as the other markets such as ladies or night.
We stayed in Kowloon on Nathan Road so it was one heck of a bus trip too.
The location is fab, right on the beech and there's some nice...More
Having reviewed Stanley itself, this deals mostly with the market. Much smaller than I anticipated, but nicely laid out and super clean and people most friendly. More art that I expected and some neat stuff and enjoyed looking at that. In fact got hooked in...More
We visited here with not a lot of expectation but was pleasantly surprised. We enjoyed walking the aisles negotiating for purchases. There not a great deal to do but there’s many places to stop and get a cold drink and a spot of lunch. Worth...More
I went to Stanley market as part of a tour and we also took in the peak. I did not have high expectations but enough stalls and shops to look and negotiate pricing - Stanley itself is new with a prom, new mini shopping centre...More
It doesn’t take long to walk around the flea market, so is a bit of a long way to go for a market selling the same sort of things they sell elsewhere in HK. However, the journey from Central via the number 6 bus is...More
Hong Kong city is always busted with hectic and fast movements. So for a change we took a taxi from Ocean Park to Stanley Market on a Saturday morning. Nothing great about this historical market where you can find many small shops selling souvenirs, paintings...More
We jumped on the 260 bus from Central and for a mere HKD $10 - £1 each!! We enjoyed WiFi, aircon and a speedy trip to Stanley. The market is mostly undercover but quite small. However no ‘rofakes’ I mean ‘rolex’ watches or suits were...More