Stanley Market is made up of winding lanes stocking an assortment of gifts, clothes, antiques, watches and bric-a-bracs, making it a popular place for tourists to explore before departing Hong Kong. Less than 5 minutes away from this open-air marketplace is Murray House, a restored colonial building that was originally located in Central.
Stanley Market and Murray House are situated in the town of Stanley next to Chung Hom Kong and Repulse Bay, on the south-eastern peninsula of Hong Kong. Stanley is a momentous town in Hong Kong’s history as the place where British and Canadian troops made their last stand in 1941 prior to surrendering to Japanese troops in the Battle of Hong Kong.
- Half-Day City Tour
- Hong Kong Disneyland® Park Admission with Transfer
- Full-Day Macau Tour with Buffet Lunch
- Lantau Island Full-Day Tour
- Lamma Island Cruise
- Ocean Park Admission with Transfer
- City Sightseeing Tour with Victoria Peak Tram Ride
- Hong Kong Island Tour
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- Evening Cruise, Dinner at Victoria Peak & Night Market Visit
Stanley Market is packed to the rafters with inexpensive treasures, including bamboo bird cages, paper lanterns, and Chinese ornaments. You’ll also find Chinese silk and linen on display, some of which are crafted into bags, tablecloths, and clothes. While Stanley Market attracts mostly tourists, you’ll notice a fair few locals around the market – eateries along Stanley Village’s breezy waterfront serves authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Murray House is a Victorian-era building that originally stood in Central Hong Kong. It dates back to 1864, serving as officers’ quarters of the Murray Barracks, before it was dismantled and relocated to Stanley’s waterfront in 1982. The 3-storey structure houses restaurants on the 1st floor, offering great views over Blake Pier and South China Sea.
- Opening Hours: Daily from 10am to 7pm
- Location: Stanley Municipal Services Building, 6 Stanley Market Rd, Stanley, Hong Kong