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Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong
(3.9/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Shop until you drop with a backdrop of sunny coastline at Stanley Plaza. Enjoy the sea breeze and fresh air as you browse the multi-floor complex boasting numerous shops and boutiques. If you're not looking to purchase anything, window-shopping can keep you busy and lead you to spots offering open views of the Hong Kong peninsula. Grab a bite to eat or take a sip of coffee at the venues facing the ocean, perfect for some post-shopping relaxation. To visit Stanley Plaza and other attractions in Hong Kong, use our Hong Kong family vacation planner.
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  • The beach area is complemented by a modern infrastructure with the building on the corner of the waterfront. In addition to shops and restaurants can be found here and modern washrooms.
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  • Definitely a great place to chill with your family. Great views, relaxing cafes, nice bars, awesome pizzerias. It's always a joy to come here for some nice drinks by the sunset. Things may be a little costly, but aside from that, it's a great place to chill
  • Plenty of restaurants to choose from. Fun stores to shop at. Nice juxtaposition to the market, so you have modern and contemporary Hong Kong in one location.
  • Cute space, especially the al fresco restaurants on the ground floor. Good to chill out on a weekend if you can get over the noise.
  • If you are a westerner, this is your Chinatown equivalent. You should absolutely spend a day here. Have early brunch, shop and leave before or after dinner.
  • Great place to take the kids, away from the city center. Nice sea views, coveted area to run around and lots of food options. Free parking with a certain spending.