The market is located in STANLEY, a scenic seaside resort on the south coast of Hong Kong Island, which is a popular tourist destination in its own right.
Attractions include beaches (Stanley Main Beach and Stanley St Stephens Beach), waterfront promenade and boardwalk with shops, restaurants and cafes, temples, Murray House, Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum, Stanley Ma Hang Park, Stanley Military Cemetery are of which all within walking distance of the market.
Shops offer a wide variety of clothes, footware, sportswear, jewellery, Chinese silk garments, paintings and artwork, toys and souvenirs.
Some genuine designer fashion brands are available at this market but may be imperfect "seconds" and there are also outlet shops selling factory overruns and surplus stock.
The market starts about 150 metres down the street.
Whilst most shops allow bargaining, discounts are usually not on the same scale as some other street markets in Hong Kong.GETTING THERE – Buses 6, 6A, 6X and 260 from Exchange Square Bus Station, in Central on Hong Kong Island provide a frequent service and stop outside Stanley Plaza, about 8 minutes walk from the market and Stanley Village Bus Terminus, about 3 minutes walk from the market. Number 6 service is a popular tourist route which provides a scenic journey.Also, bus 66 (weekday peak hours service only) from Exchange Square Bus Station terminates at Stanley Plaza, about 8 minutes walk from the market via escalators down through the plaza to the waterfront.For more information on getting to Stanley Market see STANLEY TEMPLE STREET NIGHT MARKET, YAU MA TEI Tourists seeking bargains at Temple Street Night Market Hong Kong’s largest night market is located in the Yau Ma Tei and Jordan area of Kowloon and runs almost parallel to the western side of Nathan Road.The market which takes its name from the Tin Hau Temple which it bisects from north to south.