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The annual ranking of the beach has been maintained as “Good” since 2013. During a bathing season, the beach mostly achieves Grade 1, while occasionally it hovers to Grade 2.
During and after periods of heavy rain, many beaches are likely to be more polluted than the beach grades suggest. Bathers should avoid swimming at beaches for up to three days after a storm or heavy rain.
The public are also advised to avoid swimming at "Grade 4" beaches until the water quality has improved.

Stanley Main Beach
Beach Grading in 2020

Stanley Main Beach
Breakdown of beach grading in the last three bathing seasons (2017 to 2019)

Figures may not add up to 100% due to roundings

Stanley Main Beach
Long-term trend of beach water quality


Stanley Main Beach is situated at the western side of Tai Tam Bay, which is flanked by the Cape D’Aguilar Peninsular to the east and the Stanley Peninsular to the west. The beach is on the eastern side of Stanley Village and the surrounding area is mostly developed with low to medium rise residential properties.

Stanley Beach Road, Stanley
Beach length:
194 meters
Public transport routes to Stanley Main Beach are:
City Bus No. 6 (Stanley Prison-- Central (Exchange Square))
City Bus No. 6A (Stanley Fort (Gate)-- Central (Exchange Square)) available on morning & evening peak only, Monday to Saturday only
City Bus No. 6X (Stanley Prison-- Central (Exchange Square))
City Bus No. 73 (Stanley Prison-- Cyberport / Wah Fu (North))
City Bus No. 260 (Stanley Prison-- Central (Exchange Square))
City Bus No. 973 (Stanley Market-- Tsim Sha Tsui (East))
First Bus No. 14 (Stanley Fort (Gate)-- Grand Promenade)
First Bus No. 63 (North Point Ferry Pier-- Stanley Prison) available on Monday and Saturday only
First Bus No. 65 (North Point Ferry Pier-- Stanley Market)
First Bus No. 66 (Stanley Plaza (Ma Hang)-- Central (Exchange Square))
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Facilities & Opening Hours

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