Hong Kong indoor playgrounds are a whole lot of fun! There are indoor playhouses ranging from soft padded playrooms for babies to indoor climbing walls for teens, play centres in shopping malls and restaurants with fun zones.
As Sassy parents, we’re always on the lookout for a good indoor playroom – especially during the rainy season when outdoor playgrounds are off-limits! Sometimes, we need to pack the kids off on a playdate with friends while we work from home, or perhaps you need a play area that doubles up as a party venue, or an indoor play centre that also offers after-school classes. And ever so often, we want to discover a new indoor playroom as a family when we are looking for things to do with the kids on weekends.
Hong Kong’s unpredictable weather means that it’s often too hot or humid to spend a day outdoors, so keep this list of indoor playrooms and activity centres for children of all ages (and you!) at hand and bookmarked for when you most need it.
Indoor Playrooms On Hong Kong Island
Sooper Yoo Sports Zone — Indoor playroom and sporty playground in Kennedy Town
This all-new 10,000 square feet indoor play zone is full of experiential games with interactive technologies and physical training (win-win!), perfect for sporty kids.
Pamela Peck Discovery Space — Educational indoor playroom for early learners
An explorative indoor playroom for parents to play with their children (up to 8 years old). Located on the campus of Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education in Aberdeen, it offers free play sessions on weekends and school holidays and accompanied playgroups during the week.
Read More: Hong Kong Playgroups For Babies And Toddlers
The Explorers, Fullerton Ocean Park — Indoor playroom at a luxury hotel
You don’t need to be a staycation guest at The Fullerton Ocean Park to take advantage of its brand-new indoor playrooms! Day passes and monthly memberships give kids access to the seven unique soft play areas of The Explorers. Pool day passes are also available.
Read More: Visiting Ocean Park Hong Kong With Kids
Hong Kong Toy Library – Free indoor playroom in the Hong Kong Central Library
The Toy Library is the first public toy library in Hong Kong. It’s aimed at kids below 8 years old and has four play corners that are specially designed to cater to the development needs and play behaviour of children of different ages. You need to call in advance and book a 45-minute slot for you and your little one. Look out for parent-child workshops and different themes each quarter.
Ministry of Mussels – Sports bar and restaurant in Central with a padded play area for kids
This restaurant is popular with sport-loving parents and their young children. The little ones can play in the padded play zone and choose from the kids’ menu while their parents get their fill of sporting action and beer.
Playdot – Nature-inspired indoor playhouse at Lee Garden 2
Lee Garden’s newest indoor playspace “Playdot” has just opened at Lee Garden 2. Inspired by nature, it has a forest garden theme that allows kids to explore and engage in sensory play.
Playdot, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2907 5227.
More Hong Kong Island Indoor Playgrounds And Playrooms
- Baumhaus — Beautiful treehouse indoor playroom for toddlers and babies. www.baumhaus.com.hk
- Maggie & Rose — Private members kids club with luxe indoor playground facilities. www.hk.maggieandrose.com
- Ryze Trampoline Park — Trampoline park and indoor playroom perfect for active tweens, teens and tots (under 2’s jump for free!). www.ryzehongkong.com
- Verm City – Indoor playground with climbing wall and gym. www.vermcity.com
- Wise Kids Playroom — Toy store and indoor playroom in Causeway Bay. www.wisekidsplayroom.com
Indoor Playrooms And Playgrounds In Kowloon
Super Sports Park — Brand new indoor playroom for kids and teens
There’s something for kids of all ages at this brand-new indoor playroom in Olympic. Occupying a huge space (savvy Mamas will recognise this as the former home of SuperPark), Super Sports Park has everything from giant slides and sports courts, trampolines, skate ramps, climbing walls and more.
Super Sports Park, Shop G03 & G05, Silver Ocean Square, 18 Hoi Fai Road, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong, www.kkday.com
Fantastic Space Playhouse — Newly opened indoor playground in Kowloon Bay
A gem of an indoor playroom located in Kowloon Bay, just across the road from Megabox. As well as the slides, trampolines and soft play, there are also junior cars for kids to ride, a kitchen and supermarket play area and a construction zone.
Sassy Mama Tip: Walk-in sessions are available on weekdays, but on weekends you’ll need to reserve your place in advance.
Wonder Valley — Indoor playroom in Lai Chi Kok
You’ll be chasing your kids all over this new indoor playhouse in Lai Chi Kok! Let them run free between the Fantasy Fairy Tale area, Dream Town and Pirate Ship playground, plus soft play, ball pits and more.
Jungle Kidventure — Jungle-themed Megabox playhouse for kids
With bouncy castles, sand-pit construction zones and ride-on cars (shown above) there’s a lot to love about this indoor playroom in Megabox.
E3 Club – Megabox playhouse, indoor playroom and toy store
This “E Cubed” Club is based on three Es: entertainment, education and exchange. At this indoor playground, you’ll find the usual soft play suspects: trampolines, ball pits and a huge indoor slide.
Sassy Mama Tip: This is one of the biggest indoor playrooms in Hong Kong so might be a bit overwhelming for younger kids.
Origami Cafe – Innovatively designed play area and soft indoor playground
Origami Cafe is an innovative space designed to go back to the basics by immersing you and your child in educational play and creative workshops! Located at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, the former site of Hong Kong’s International Airport, this cafe serves up delicious Asian-fusion cuisine and features a variety of toys and sets in a beautifully crafted play zone.
More Indoor Playgrounds And Playrooms In Kowloon
- AME Stadium — Indoor E-Sports and games for active teens in Tsim Sha Tsui. www.ame.gg
- Kiddoland Playpark — Indoor playground in Hung Hom. www.facebook.com
- 100 Fun — Indoor playroom in Lok Fu. www.facebook.com/100funhk
- Kids Fi Party Room — Indoor playground in Kwai Chung. www.facebook.com/Kid-Fi-Party-Room
- Happy Hours Playhouse — Indoor soft play and mini cars in Lai Chi Kok. www.facebook.com/happyhoursplayhouse
- Mr Tree — Indoor playroom and kids’ café in Lai Chi Kok. www.facebook.com/Mr.Tree38HK
- LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre – LEGO-themed indoor play area. www.legolanddiscoverycentre.com/hong-kong
- Donut Playhouse – Indoor play area at K11 MUSEA with a giant slide. www.k11musea.com
- Runningkids Playhouse – Indoor playground in Hung Hom with a ball pool, slides, trampoline, sand area and a race course.
Indoor Playrooms And Playgrounds In The New Territories
Chill Kids Club At 11 SKIES – 32,000 square feet indoor playground
A massive indoor playroom right by the Hong Kong International Airport, you can expect 18 themed play zones and Hong Kong’s first parent-child farming experience. There’s something for the adventurous kids as well as the artsy and quiet ones who want their own corner. Book your tickets ahead here.
Chill Kids Club, 8 Sky City Road East, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, www.dpedu.com.hk
DOCODOCO – Virtual reality indoor playground in LOHAS Park
Brought to you by the Japanese game centre Namco, DOCODOCO is unlike any playroom you’ve seen before. It’s a virtual reality playground that’s got something for kids from 6 months and up including a VR sensory beach, a waterfall slide down and a virtual lilypond full of frogs and butterflies.
Triangle Plus — Rock climbing, ninja zones and rope courses at this indoor playground for big kids in Tsuen Wan
This adventure playground is perfect for older kids and teens who love to climb. As well as rock climbing and bouldering walls, there are ninja courses and indoor play areas that encourage climbing and risk-taking. Triangle Plus is open to kids aged 4 and older.
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Kiztopia – Mega-indoor kids’ playground in Sha Tin
Singapore’s largest indoor playground features a mega-size climbing area with thrilling a four-metre-high slide, a massive Drago Bouncy Castle, Occupational Experience Zones and more. Meanwhile, Mamas can rest and recharge at Bell’s Cafe with specially designed drinks and hearty snacks.
Kidstation — Indoor playroom in Tsuen Wan
Pictures of this fun new indoor playground are popping up everywhere and for good reason. With colourful slides, artificial sand pits, kitchen role plays and more, it’s a treasure trove for young kids to explore.
Epicland – Popular Discovery Bay playhouse
This massive indoor play centre is worth the trek out to Discovery Bay! Epicland is the largest indoor playground in Hong Kong, with over 14,000 square feet of space featuring large slides, an air-trek obstacle course, a sky-high rock wall, laser tag, mini-golf and so much more.
One Small Step — Kids’ café and indoor playroom in Tsuen Wan
A gorgeous Scandinavian-designed kids’ café and playhouse combo. It also makes a great party venue for kids’ birthdays.
Yum Me Play — Experiential play and workshops at this indoor playroom in Sha Tin
From the Junior Racing Experience to fun science and STEAM workshops, there’s lots of fun to be had at this Sha Tin indoor playroom.
Asobi Park Plus — Namco indoor playroom in Tseung Kwan O
Fans of DOCODOCO (mentioned above) should make their way over to Popcorn Mall in Tseung Kwan O to check out Namco’s Asobi Park. There are multiple play areas, slides and loads of opportunities for imaginative play
Asobi Park Plus, 1/F, PopCorn 2, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong, www.namco.com.hk/asobi-park-plus
Read More: Tseung Kwan O Family Neighbourhood Guide
The Big Things – Nature-themed indoor playroom at The Mills, Tsuen Wan
Set in the premises of The Mills, a revitalisation project that will transform the Nan Fung Group’s former textile factories into a destination for innovation, culture and learning. The Big Things is designed for children aged 2 to 8 years who are sure to love the uniquely themed indoor playground.
More Indoor Playrooms And Playgrounds In Hong Kong’s New Territories
- Just Kidding Playhouse – New indoor playroom in Tsuen Wan; don’t forget to make your reservations via Whatsapp! www.facebook.com/justkiddingplayhouse
- Gold Coast Hotel Indoor Playground – While on your staycation, check out the indoor playroom at The Gold Coast Hotel. www.sino-hotels.com/hk
- Happy Theory Playhouse — Indoor playroom for babies, toddlers and kids up to eight in Tsuen Wan. www.kkday.com
- 2 Gather Playhouse — Children’s indoor playroom in Sha Tin. www.kkday.com
- Cube O Discovery Park – Interactive underwater-themed indoor playroom. www.cubeodiscoverypark.com
- Teddy Bear Tea Club – Sai Kung soft play area for babies and tots available during school holidays (bookings required). www.stagerighthk.com
Hong Kong Indoor Playrooms With Multiple Locations
Government Indoor Playrooms – Padded soft indoor play areas for babies and toddlers
If you’re looking for a safe and comfortable play area for the little ones but don’t want to join a membership or pay admission fees, make sure to check out these indoor playrooms that are sponsored by the Leisure and Culture Department of the Hong Kong Government. They cover all eighteen districts and are completely free!
Government Indoor Playrooms, www.lcsd.gov.hk
Read More: Things To Do In Tsim Sha Tsui With Kids
Jumpin’ Gym centres – Indoor playrooms with branches all over Hong Kong
The Hong Kong “indoor amusement park” chain Jumpin’ Gym has many play centres with everything from game stations and rock climbing walls for older kids to soft play areas and epic ball pits for the younger ones.
Jolly Thinkers – Indoor board game café
This super cool board game café has over 350 games for you and the family to enjoy. The café charges per hour, which means you can play as many as you want and then pay for extra time. We like Match the Penguins – a colour coordination game that develops your kids’ reflexes in no time.
Jolly Thinkers Mong Kok, Room 1713 17/F Hollywood Plaza, 610 Nathan Road Mong Kok, Hong Kong, 3107 1160
Kids Car Car — Indoor playroom with mini-cars for kids in Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsuen Wan and Olympic
Car-mad kids will love getting behind the mini wheels at Kids Car Car. The Tsim Sha Tsui branch is the biggest and includes a bouncy castle and children’s indoor play area.
Editor’s Note: “The Best Indoor Playgrounds And Playrooms In Hong Kong” was most recently updated in February 2023 by Jess Mizzi.