Mid
Dec

Stanley Plaza Christmas Market

10:00am – 8:00pm
Free

The annual Stanley Plaza Seaside Christmas Market is one of the biggest Christmas markets in Hong Kong.

The piazza of the lovely Stanley Plaza will be decorated, with more than 50 booths and merchants selling great items for Christmas gifts, in addition to lots of food and drink.

The market is open until 8 pm on those weekends, giving you many opportunities to head down to Stanley for shopping.

Note: Stanley Plaza will limit the number of visitors based on the COVID prevention ordinance. You need to reserve your free entry on the Park & Dine app. A small quota is available for on-site registration, but it’s best to register in advance if you don’t want to miss out.

It promises to be a beautiful day out in Stanley, with all the Christmas lights sparkling, and a festive spirit in the air.

Getting to Stanely Plaza

The easiest way to get to Stanley is by bus, on a scenic but windy road that traverses the hills down to the southside of Hong Kong Island.

Many buses leave Exchange Square in Central for Stanley, with Bus 6 and Bus 6X being the most frequent and convenient. There are also free shuttle buses from Admiralty.

You can also refer to the Stanley Plaza transportation guide for more bus routes from other parts of Hong Kong.

What else to see and do in Stanley

Before you go, be sure to read our Stanley Area Guide for more info on what else to see and do in this quaint seaside town. Get more information about where to eat and drink, and places to rest your head if you choose to spend a night. You can also check out the best of Hong Kong and Stanley with this aptly named tour.

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