Weekend Cruise to Stanley
Tucked away on the south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley Village is a favorite weekend destination for visitors and locals alike. Hop aboard a traditional red-sail Chinese junk boat on your way to Stanley. On one side of the boat, sight Hong Kong Island's soaring peaks and rugged coastlines; on the other side, glimpse captivating vistas of some 235 islands. It's a ride just as scenic as the destination, with Stanley's colorful markets, bustling waterfronts and colonial structures awaiting your arrival!
- Cruise to Stanley in comfort and style aboard one of the last remaining red-sail Chinese junk boats
- Visit the Tin Hau Temple, famous among fisherfolk and Hong Kong locals as the place of worship for the Goddess of the Sea
- Drop by the Murray House, one of Hong Kong's oldest surviving public buildings. Originally located in Central, it was moved and restored in Stanley in 2001
- Enjoy one complimentary drink each way
- Should you prefer to extend your stay in Stanley, feel free to opt for the one-way junk boat journey
- Try out the other AquaLuna activities: AquaLuna Harbor Day Tour, AquaLuna Evening Sail, AquaLuna Dim Sum Cruise and AquaLuna Symphony of Lights Cruise!
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One way: 260 HKD
Round trip: 370 HKD
Central Pier 9, Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1
How to get there?
Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier No.1:
- Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station, L6 exit, across the street, Pier 1 is right behind The Cultural Centre on your right (Close to the Clock Tower)
Central Pier 9:
- Via Hong Kong or Central MTR stations: follow signs for the ferry piers. You'll walk along a raised pedestrian walkway. Once you get to the end, turn right and keep walking until you come to Pier 9 (right next to the Observation Wheel)