The Stanley Military Cemetery is a uniquely peaceful place to visit. Originally the final resting ground for the UK Garrison, the cemetery had been closed for 70 years until 1941 when it was re-opened after Hong Kong was attacked during World War II.g Kong was attacked during World War II.
Murray House was the living quarters for British army officers and is the one of oldest examples of Western architecture in Hong Kong. It was dismantled in 1982 from its location in Central and reassembled brick by brick in Stanley.
- Take Bus No. 6, 6A, 6X or 260 (HK$8.40 / US$1.10 each) located at No. 280 Queen’s Road East opposite to Cosmo Hotel to Stanley, walk past St. Steven’s Beach to the Cemetery. (35 min)
- By taxi (approximately 20 min at HK$80.00 / US$10.4)