Stanley Market is great place for visitors to enjoy a unique shopping experience. Different types of shops are available with a variety of items on offer such as antique shops, textiles and electronic goods. Stanley Market features plenty of small dining places offering food from all corners of the globe and travelers can feast in the open air. Communicating in English is not an issue in Stanley Market, as many visitors stopover and this has resulted in the locals acquiring a useful command of the language.
Silk garments, sportswear, paintings, Chinese costume jewelry and tokens are displayed in the shops allowing visitors to take something back home to remind them of their stay in Hong Kong. This enables vacationers to really look around and purchase everything that they need to gift as presents to their family and friends.
After a day spent shopping, sightseers can take pleasure in an excellent lunch at the numerous restaurants in the area, making it a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike. Tourists can finish off shopping at Stanley Market and proceed to the stylish restaurant Bayside Brasserie which is in the vicinity. In addition to Western and Oriental fare, Indian cuisine and pizza is also on hand.
Regular bus and taxis can be used to get to the Stanley Market. It must be said that Stanley Market has been a fishing village prior to the British arriving in Hong Kong. At all times, this eventful market has drawn crowds but nowadays day-trippers don’t go there to procure fish, but to obtain t-shirts and souvenirs. Guests looking for a Hong Kong Hotel for a pleasurable stay can look no further than the Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong from which they can tour the hot spots of the city along with Stanley Market.