The Unusual Cemetery
Stanley Military Cemetery is regarded as the most beautiful Cemetery in Hong Kong. It was established in the colonial period and is located on the hill of Wong Ma Kok Road in the Stanley Peninsula, South District.
Lest We Forget – The Brave Soul
This grassy graveyard is a quiet burial ground for the 691 victims of the Anti-Japanese resistance, including the Royal Hong Kong Regiment and Allies such as Britain and Canada.
The Peach Blossom Spring of the Concrete Jungle
In this coastal town popular with foreigners, Stanley has beautiful sunny beaches with gentle sea breezes. Many historic buildings are well-preserved: the old Stanley Police Station, post office, Tin Hau Temple, Stanley Market, Pat Kan Uk, Murray House and Blake Pier. There is also a renovated public library with reference to Japanese fair-faced concrete design. There are also a number of unique restaurants and beachside bars.
Buildings of different ages mingle with nature, making it a relaxing space for leisure.
31 Wong Ma Kok Road, Stanley, Hong Kong
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|How to get to Stanley:|
Method A – Bus: Take MTR Exit D to Exchange Square, Central. Take bus no. 6, 6A, 66 or 260 to Stanley Square or Stanley Village (About 40 minutes).
Method B – Bus: Outside the Silvercord Tower, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, take bus no. 973 to Stanley Square.
Method C – Minibus: Take MTR and leave by Causeway Bay Station Exit B and walk to Tang Lung Street. Take green minibus no. 40 and get off at Stanley Market (About 25 minutes).
How to visit Military Cemetery:
Walk along Wong Ma Kok Road towards Stanley Battery for about 10 minutes.