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Stanley

Hong Kong is well-known around the globe for being one of the most important commercial and trade centers in Asia and China. In fact, Hong Kong includes several shopping areas; there is a big variety of small stores and big shopping malls where visitors can find almost everything. Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, Mongkok and Stanley are the principal ones in the Island. Conveniently, these areas are really easy to access through the different ways of transportation of the city.

Stanley Hong Kong Stanley is a well-known shopping area in Hong Kong. In fact, this beautiful place is quite popular for locals and foreigners because of its bargain purchases, relaxed ambience and a sea refreshing breeze. In addition, the perfect beaches, white sand, bars and restaurants around the area make this site the favorite for windsurfers and visitors who want to take some time to relax.

Stanley, as any other market town in city of Hong Kong, is available the seven days of the week. The central commercial zones are the Stanley New Street and Stanley Market Road. On weekends, Stanley becomes a hectic, bustling and sometimes overcrowded district due to the large number of travelers that visit the area to buy any stuff or to seek out some bargains. Whether visitors buy brand clothes, ornaments, souvenirs or any other oriental items, Stanley is perfect to buy and have fun at the same time. People can buy in Stanley from 10:30 am to 6:30pm.

Once travelers have gotten already any items from the market, they can visit other interesting places around the Stanley territory. For instance, there is a historic and important building that is called Murray House. This emblematic ancient construction was built in Central. However, it was dismantled in 1982 and it was restored in the year of 1998 in Stanley. Nowadays, this building houses some exclusive restaurants as well as the great Hong Kong Maritime museum.

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