From Central Trading Plaza Terminal or Jiaheng Bay, you can take Chengba 6A or Xinba 14. One of Hong Kong's top ten high-quality beaches has maintained a good level of water quality throughout the year since 1999. In the swimming season, most beaches are rated at level 1 or 2 per week.
St. Stephen's Bay is a little farther from Stanley. It takes more than ten minutes'walking from Jute Corner Road to get there. Therefore, all the players here are senior players and few people are quiet. There are fewer reefs and more beaches than Stanley Beach. For the eaters, the biggest advantage here is that there are more than ten barbecue ovens, which can swim while waiting for a delicious BBQ. It is a good place for family dinner and friends gathering.
The beach has been completely away from the busy Stanley Street. It takes 15 minutes to walk on the highway before you can see the path down to the beach. So only senior players will come here to BBQ with their families and watch their little friends play in the shallow sea. Sand is not very fine and the beach is not big, but there are fewer people and the traffic is convenient.
Hong Kong's sea is clean and primitive, with lots of black weeds floating in it; the sand is thick and loose, so it is not recommended to take off shoes and sink easily; the beach is surrounded by floating balls and equipped with lifeguards, which is safe; the free shower is convenient.
Very good. The candle is a little small, but it's still delicious.
The beaches in Stanley are not as clean and crowded as those in Clearwater Bay. Many Filipinos have long dams.
The sea water is quite good, clean and not very many people. It's very suitable for swimming.
The beach scenery is very good, you can swim, you feel very good, there are also food stalls, candlelight dinner is very feel.