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  • Stanley Bay
    Stanley Bay
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  • Murray House
    Murray House
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  • Tin Hau Temple
    Tin Hau Temple
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Chek Chue Things to Do

  • Beach

    It was a pity that we went there under the rain: the central beach is small, calm and attractive, but the surroundings have many alternatives, and the water must be warm enough to convince even Fernanda. A good lunch and a quick visit was all that we could have. Maybe next time!

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  • Stanley Market

    It's a must in Hong Kong, but I must confess that it didn't convince me too much. I'm not a good buyer, but our team's expert (Fernanda) didn't get so excited as I expected. OK, it's maybe a good place to buy, but I have a market at my door each Sunday...

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  • Tin Hau Temple

    There are around 60 Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong and this one is located in Stanley. Tin Hau, also known as Mazu, was born in Meizhou Island, Fujian, China in 960 A.D. and became an excellent swimmer. She wore red garments while standing on the shore to guide fishing boats home, even in the most dangerous and harshest of weather. She died at only...

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  • Old Police Station

    The Old Police Station in Stanley was built in 1859 and is the oldest remaining police station in Hong Kong. The British Army, during the early years of the colonial era, used the station from time to time in conjunction with the police because of its strategic position as the most southerly outpost on Hong Kong Island. During the Japanese...

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  • Hong Kong Maritime Museum

    The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is housed in part of the Murray House in Stanley on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. The museum illustrates how China, Asia and the West have contributed through the ages to the development of boats, ships, maritime exploration and trade, and naval warfare. The museum is divided into two galleries, the ancient...

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  • Blake Pier

    Blake Pier is located in Stanley but it was originally located in Central but was moved to its present position in 2006 and opened to the public on July 31st 2007. It was named after Sir Henry Arthur Blake (1840-1918) who was the 12th governor of Hong Kong between 1898 and 1903 which is when the pier dates from. Today it is used for people to fish...

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  • Murray House

    Murray House was built in 1844 and is the oldest surviving public building in Hong Kong. It is located in Stanley on the southern side of Hong Kong Island but hasn't always been on the site as it was moved there from its original site in Central in 1998 after being dismantled in 1982 to make way for the new Bank of China Tower. It was originally...

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  • Stanley Market

    Stanley Market is a street market in Stanley on the southern side of Hong Kong Island. The street is a typical example of a traditional old open-air market in Hong Kong and has since become a major tourist attraction, well known for its bargains. Many of the stalls or shops sell Hong Kong souvenirs as well as clothing - particularly silk garments,...

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  • The one and only market in Stanley

    no matter if you are local / tourist, Stanley market is always a spot to go. various item from souvenirs like t-shirt with "HONG KONG" imprinted to local items like bags, shoes, etc. sometimes you can bargain with the staff, try your luck! With air condition inside the market, you will find it comfy to walk around even in summer.

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Chek Chue Restaurants

  • Western and Asian food

    Along the promenade in Stanley are around half-a-dozen or so restaurants selling western food such as pizza's, sandwiches, steaks, salads etc and Asian food such as Thai and Cantonese dishes. Seafood figures highly on the menu as well plus there's a British pub that also sells food. I ate at one of the places and had a good steak sandwich, chips...

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  • it was a huanted restaurant

    it was a horror restaurant with Dracula's feel like design called Igor, but now it changes into a restuarant like what you can find anywhere, but to me, it makes me feel like i am coming back home

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    by Willettsworld Written Oct 5, 2008

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    This small shopping mall in Stanley, was opened in 2001 and includes shops, banks, restaurants and a community theatre.

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