- Stanley used to be common fishing village located on the southernmost part of the Island and now has developed to be a famous tourist spot. The main transport that takes you to Stanley would be the buses. Stanley is typically referred to as Stanley Market. A great place to hunt for keychains with English to Chinese names, Chinese calligraphy pens, tourist jade pendants and plenty of souvenir T-shirts. One of the best T-shirts read "I am lost in Hong Kong". If shopping is tiring, there are places to relax and enjoy the view, with rows of bars and restaurants along Stanley's waterfront for you to fill your stomach. A visit to Stanley would not be complete without making a trip to the 18th century Tin Hau Temple and its two beaches: Stanley Main Beach and St. Stephen's Beach, on the western side. Both beaches are sandy and rocky. A better choice to take a short trip to the nearby Deep Water Bay for swimming.
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