Apart from picturesque views of Stanley Bay, the park features boardwalks, a butterfly garden, a fitness deck, bird watching platforms, an educational trail, and sea view terrace and patio, all laid out in different thematic zones designed to blend in with the natural landscape. A refreshment kiosk provide visitors with light meals and beverages.
Another attraction is the historic Pak Tai Temple, believed to have been built in 1805, when Stanley was a major fishing village. The tiny temple, which sits precariously on the cliff edge, honors the "protector of fishermen." Adjacent to the temple is an ancient well.
Stanley Ma Hang Park is open daily, from 7:00am to 8:00pm. Admission is free.