Murray House is a restored Victoria-era building (1844) that was named after Sir George Murray (1772-1846), a British soldier and politician. Architectural design was done by Major Aldrich and Lieutenant Collinson of the Royal Engineers, who actually did the construction.
Murray House is located at Stanley, a town, at a peninsula on Hong Kong Island. When you visit Murray house, you never miss other amazing places near by. It has many bars and restaurants on its waterfront along Stanley Main Street. To the west of Stanley Main Street, past the amphitheatre in Stanley Plaza is the Tin Hau Temple (Temple of the Queen of Heaven). Built by Cheung Po Tsai in 1767, it is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong.
What makes it a Voyadi Spot:
Murray House is one of the oldest surviving public buildings built during the Victorian era.