A group of friends and I went for a stroll at Stanley Market one cold Saturday. It was raining and was chilly but that didn't stop us from enjoying the view and taking more photos.
Stanley is a dry market in the southeastern part of Hong Kong that is frequented by many tourists. It's not only a good place to buy oriental-theme souvenirs before leaving Hong Kong but it's also a neat destination if you want to enjoy a bit of serenity away from the fast-pace life in the city
This photo was taken while standing outside Murray House, a Victorian-era building (1846) which was built in the now business district in Central but was relocated to Stanley and now serves as an interesting historical display.
Aside from the view of the beach and other interesting sights to see, Stanley has many bars and restaurants along the beach line. But for me, I would prefer going local when I'm visiting a place.My friends also thought that spending our tea time at this local shop would be a great idea. I didn't know why they liked it there when it was packed with people and several were waiting to get a vacant table. It must be a special place for something.
When I got the taste my french toast, I then said that it's the best I had and I would be back for more!