Stanley Market

Stanley Market

Stanley

Stanley Market, on the far side of the island from Central, is a not-to-miss experience in shopping and sightseeing. The bustling street market has stalls and small shops offering Chinese handicrafts, T-shirts, silk clothing, Chinese linens, housewares and heavily discounted clothing with brand-name labels. The market has an equally big choice of where to eat - from a small dai pai dong (open food stall) to larger restaurants on Stanley Main Street. You can get there by taxi or by bus from the Exchange Square bus terminal near MTR Hong Kong Station, D exit.

Stanley Market, Stanley New Street, Hong Kong

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