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    Bus Stops from Central, Admiralty and Wan Chai

    BUS FROM CENTRAL, ADMIRALTY AND WAN CHAI

    Citybus services 6, 6X and 260 from Exchange Square Bus Terminus (MTR Central Station Exit B) on Hong Kong Island serve Stanley Village Bus Terminus for Stanley Market. All these services stop on Connaught Road outside City Hall and Queensway at Admiralty MTR Station Exit C1 which may be more convenient boarding points for some visitors.

    For tourists bus number 6 (fare HK$7.90) travels a very scenic route via Wan Chai, Stubbs Road, then climbs high up through Wong Nai Chung Gap and skirts the Tai Tam Country Park with some spectacular views before descending to Repulse Bay and following the coastal road to Stanley. It operates at approximately 10/20 minute frequency daily and the journey takes approx 50 minutes.
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    Bus 6X (fare HK$8.40) travels through Wan Chai and the Aberdeen Tunnel before joining the coastal road to Repulse Bay and Stanley. It operates at 10/20 minute intervals and the journey takes 50 minutes. This routes is designed more for communters.
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    Bus 260 “Stanley Express” (fare HK$10.60) follows a route similar to the 6X but more frequent with less stops. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. This service is sometimes operated by single deck buses.
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    BUS FROM TSIM SHA TSUI

    Citybus service 973 (fare HK$13.60) from Tsim Sha Tsui East Bus Station, Kowloon (inside Concordia Plaza on Science Museum Road) travels via Mody Road, Salisbury Road, Canton Road, Jordan Road, Western Harbour Crossing, Pok Fu Lam Road and Aberdeen to Stanley Market, a journey time of approx 90 minutes. On Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays the journey makes a short diversion via Ocean Park Main Entrance.
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    Alternatively why not take the opportunity to ride on Star Ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to Central Pier? By 10 minutes walk from the Central Pier to Exchange Square Bus Terminus you can catch the Citybus.
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    GREEN MINIBUS FROM CAUSEWAY BAY

    Green Minibus service 40 (fare HK$10 increasing to HK$13.2 between midnight and 6am) operates a 24 hour service daily from Tang Lung Street near Times Square in Causeway Bay to Stanley Village (Stanley Main Beach). It operates a 2/5 minute frequency service in day time. The journey takes approx 25 minutes.
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