In this coastal town on the southern side of Hong Kong Island-Stanley, you can enjoy the bright sunshine, soft sea breeze, and a laid-back town style. The Stanley Market is the busiest place in Stanley. There are various small shops and stalls selling leather, silk, wool and cotton clothing, as well as Chinese crafts, watches and souvenirs. Tourists love to visit here. Come on treasure hunt. After visiting the market, it is recommended that you choose an open-air location to sit down at the beachside bar next to it, order a beer, a snack, listen to the waves, see the scenery of the sea and the sky, and feel the town atmosphere of Stanley.
Stanley and Tin Hau Temple in Stanley have adequate barrier-free facilities, including accessible toilets and ramps, MTR Hong Kong Station Exit D and walk to the Central Exchange Square bus terminal, and take bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260. Get off at Stanley Plaza or Stanley Village Station, and then walk to Stanley Main Street. Most of the pa
Address : Stanley Stanley Main Street near Ma Hang Estate
- Apart from driving to Stanley Market, the nearest means of transportation is to take a bus to the Exchange Square Bus Terminal in Central;
- The entrance of Stanley Main Street is located near the Stanley Market Bus Terminal, with ramps to facilitate wheelchairs/handicapped persons;
- There are ramp connections along the road.
- Most of the passages in Stanley and Tin Hau Temple are designed to be wide, and are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- There are only a few uneven places, most of which are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off
- Stanley has a number of accessible toilets distributed throughout the attractions.