Stanley is located on a peninsula at the southern tip of Hong Kong Island, between Repulse Bay and Shek O. Local and Western culture harmoniously blend here, forming a beautiful coastal town. As there are many things to see in Stanley and most of them are best enjoyed in the daytime, it is best to set off early for your day and arrive no later than mid morning. With choices of market stall shopping, air-conditioned shopping, dining, going to the beach, walking in the park, or visiting the temples, you will find a range of activities suitable for anybody.
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We love trip to the beach. So many activities could be done on the beach. Swimming, playing sand, playing ball, taning, just name what you like about. One of our favorite is Stanley Beach in Hong Kong. It also held dragon boat festival every year on June and brought a new experience in enjoying Stanley beach. #HalloTrip
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Who said that Hong Kong only shopping? In addition to Shijiao, which insults ins, there are still many places in Hong Kong where there are few people. The recommended for today is Stanley
Stanley is known as the back garden of Hong Kong, Little Europe, here There are not many tourists, most of them are foreigners and locals, plus the super beautiful sea view, giving people the feeling of being in a European seaside town!
You can directly navigate to Stanley Plaza and choose the most suitable transportation mode. Here are some ways for you to refer to:
From Central to Central Exchange Square At the bus terminal, take bus No. 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 and get off at Stanley Plaza.
From Causeway Bay, go to Jardine's Street, take the green minibus No. 40 and get off at Stanley Plaza.
Depart from Tsim Sha Tsui, outside the Newport Centre on Canton Road, take bus no. 973 and get off at Stanley Plaza.
The above methods are all sitting in the Stanley Plaza and getting off the bus from Stanley Plaza to the lowest floor, then to Stanley Street.
Stanley Plaza-Mili House-Bugong Wharf-Stanley Street (Yellow House)-Stanley Market-Seaside
Next to the Column Square is the Murray House, the only remaining ancient European-style Victorian building in Hong Kong with H&M and some restaurants. The first floor corridors and stairs are perfect for taking retro photos.
Beside the Murray House, you can take a ride along the way.
Stanley Street has a row of western-style bars and restaurants facing the sea. There are foreign feathers. The most attractive is the yellow house.
Walk through Stanley Main Street, you can see a market, all kinds of small objects and costumes, but I strolled around and felt that the price was not cheap, everyone went shopping Just fine.
market is next to a sea with reefs, you can take pictures on the reef; go ahead, it is the beach, you can take pictures and swim, you can also see the beautiful sunset!
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At the moment of the bus, it was attracted by the European style of Stanley. It was originally intended to take a ferry to Stanley Island at Stanley Pier. Because of the stupid misunderstanding of the date and the pier, I missed the Taman Island and missed the ferry. Visit the beautiful town of Stanley.
A lot of people come to Stanley to go to the market here, selling shoes, clothes, accessories, calligraphy and painting, antiques and other diversified products. The clothing is too large, suitable for the size of foreigners, so there are many foreigners visiting the market. Walk in many stores, slowly watch slowly, the fun of the market is a "Amoy" word, sometimes you can find some foreign famous brands, and then the shopkeeper to kill a price of 300 rounds, and finally happy Dealing with the price of the heart, full of sense of accomplishment.
In addition to this, there is also a European style full of street views, and there is an illusion of being on a foreign street.
Ice cream truck, lemon yellow boat house, blowing the sea breeze...
Here is Hong Kong Island South Stanley, not a slow time in Hong Kong, you are more beautiful than you think.
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