Stanley Market Hong Kong

Stanley Market is one of the must-go places for tourists when they visit Hong Kong. You can see lots of stalls or shops selling Hong Kong souvenirs as well as clothing – particularly silk garments and traditional Chinese dress, painting and Chinese arts and crafts here.


Shops in the Market

Culture shops

What can you find here: Many small Chinese bamboo birdcages as home decoration; Your English name in Chinese calligraphy; wooden frame with Chinese character inside.

Watch and electronics stores

If you want to buy cheap watches, then here is your shopping paradise! Lots of cheap watches can be found here, some of them only cost 2 dollar. You can find many cartoon style watches, extremely loved by young kids!

Clothes stores

Many local street style clothes and silk garment can be found here. And of course, they are super cheap!

Nearby Stanley Market

Stanley is more than just a market, it’s also a scenic escape from the hustle and bustle of Central and Kowloon.

  • Murray House – a beautiful old building now housing a maritime museum
  • Stanley Main street where there are many cafes with al-fresco dining creating a great way to relax away the hours on a sunny day alongside the waterfront.
  • Stanley Plaza is newly renovated and features 5 floors of casual dining and shopping options.
  • Pak Tai Temple (灣仔北帝廟) – small Buddhist temple with great ocean views
  • Stanley Kwun Yam Temple (赤柱觀音廟) – Guanyin temple, the goddess of mercy for seafarers
  • Stanley Ma Hang Park (赤柱馬坑公園) – Peaceful park with ocean views and temples
  • Stanley Tin Hau Temple (赤柱天后廟) – god of the sea temple
  • Old Stanley Police Station (舊赤柱警署) – a heritage site
  • Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum – a few minutes away by transport
  • Stanley Main Beach (赤柱正灘) – 10 mins walk from the market
  • Repulse Bay – not within walking distance but on the same bus route.


Tips: you will need to bargain all the time at the market stalls.

Address: Stanley Village Road, Hong Kong Island

How to get there: Take bus 6,6x,66,260 (operated by CityBus and NWS) to Stanley Village and walk down the stairs to see the market. Bus 6, 6x provides a wonderfully scenic route offering views of Deep Water Bay, It’s a double-decker bus so most people like to try and get on first to grab the very front window seat on the top level.

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