Hong Kong city is always busted with hectic and fast movements. So for a change we took a taxi from Ocean Park to Stanley Market on a Saturday morning. Nothing great about this historical market where you can find many small shops selling souvenirs, paintings and other miscellaneous goods. The pros about this place is that you can enjoy the breeze from the sea and its tranquility.
We had lunch at one of the shops facing the sea and the price is too pricey. Imagine paying a plate of fried rice for HKD88 while a bowl of fish ball noodle soup cost HKD53. All these are just simple home cooked food.
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