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Stanley Plaza, Hong Kong

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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. Plan a Hong Kong trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • It is a shopping mall located in Stanley of Hong Kong S.A.R. island. Visit Hong Kong S.A.R. trip on 6/2017, my wife purchased souvenirs. Toilet for souvenir shopping and meal usage is, of course, in the Stanley area is clean, so I think as a toilet handy shopping mall.
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  • Whether it is a bus or a bigbus to Stanley, it is up and down at Stanley Plaza, and there are various shops and restaurants, which are very convenient, and there are children's clubs outside, which are suitable for walking the children.
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  • Thousands of bitter me to Stanley Square. A lot of people! It's a Christmas stalls with 80. I feel ordinary. It's expensive to be buried with money. It's good to be in the atmosphere. The Glass House is all good beautiful! Special mention of Finland Airlines is the wind really good beautiful! It's worth a stalls!
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  • Another shopping centre (mall) with the traditional outlets, although this one has a particularly big H&M one. Go all the way down to the ground level, and you'll find a nice little square with plenty of restaurants options. From there, you can go out to the pier where dignitaries used to land when first arriving in Hong Kong in the early century (pier has been redone though). There is also a street market which is primarily aimed at tourists I think. All in all, very interesting surrounds, with a not so interesting shopping centre (mall)
  • Nice little Beach town to walk around and shop for trinkets. lots of booths for trinkets and souvenirs. Restaurants and bars. Beach access. Nice little drive to get there. Lovely spot.
  • Nice place for basic shopping or for an easy family oceanfront walk/dining experience. Most of the restaurants are family friendly and open onto a large piazza so great place for families with younger kids. Well stocked grocery store and decent wine shop (Watson’s). A smattering of specialty stores and coffee shops as well.
  • A convenient place for international visitors to rest from the hot sun after a morning hike on the Dragons Back trail. Coffee shops, plenty of outdoor seating, a minute from the Stanley markets and, Blake Pier where you can catch a ferry to Po Tat Island on the extreme south coast of Hong Kong.
  • Clash of quaint & modern. After walking past a lane of tourisy retail shops the path opens up to a plethora of eateries and shops situated in old & original buildings. At the end of the promenade the Stanley Plaza stands. One will find modern shops of different mix and of course modern restaurants & fast food shops. You can enjoy an early evening of browsing the retail shops and end the night with a dinner in restaurant of choice.

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