Stanley Market is located on Hong Kong Island and is one of the most visited Hong Kong Street Markets. Lots of travel agencies will bring their customers to Stanley Market, not only because it is close to Hong Kong’s another attraction Repulse Bay, but also many people think it is a great place to purchase both Western and Chinese clothing as well as typical Chinese souvenirs like paintings, chopsticks, cards, seals, etc. It is a typical street market and you can and are expected to bargain with the shop owners.
Insider Tips: Stanley Market is a unique combination of shops, stalls and outdoor markets and gets particular busy on weekends. If you don’t like the crowds we highly recommend visiting Stanley Market during the week. You often have a better bargaining position and get some real good bargains if you start your sightseeing around the opening hours of Stanley Market.
Stanley Market is open every day from 10:00am – 6:30pm.
How to Get to Stanley Market:
Take MTR to Central station or take the star ferry to Central. Exchange to the following buses at Exchange Square Bus Terminal (Central, Hong Kong): 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 and align at Stanley Market.
If you go to Stanley, don’t miss out to take a look at Murray House and the Blake Pier. In recent months, Stanley is transforming to trendy and hip location to see and to be seen. Check out some of the restaurants and cafes along the promenade like the Smugglers Inn. Other attractions along the way are Repulse Bay and the Tin Hau Temple. If you want to know more about the attractions of Repulse Bay and Stanley Market, you can click the link.
Map and Locations of Stanley Market and nearby attractions: