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Murray House is Stanley's latest attraction. You may wonder why this Victorian-era style building is Stanley's latest attraction, when it looks like it should have been built in the colonial era?

Indeed, this building was built in 1844, and it was one of Britain's major military buildings in Hong Kong. It was situated in Central, where the Bank of China Building is currently located today. In 1982, the Murray House was dismantled and the bricks were kept, and later restored to its current location at Stanley, and reopened in 1998. Therefore, it is a major milestone in Hong Kong's heritage restoration history, and becomes an important icon at Stanley too.

The Murray House has a total of 3 levels. The ground floor has a long corridor, in the middle of this corridor is a little exhibition of Murray House's history. The first and second floor housed some fine restaurants, with the best view of Stanley and the bay area!

Together with the pubs, bars and the market, Stanley is an exceptional place in Hong Kong!

 

 
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