From baby toys and diapers to strollers, cots, baby food, gifts and so much more! These baby stores in Hong Kong have got you covered.
If you’ve got a little one on the way, or perhaps you’re stocking up on items for number two (or three, or four…!) our city offers a wide selection of places to shop. Thankfully, there are plenty of places to get what you need – either in person or online with quick delivery. Here’s our list of baby and toddler stores in Hong Kong (in alphabetical order) to find everything you’re looking for.
Milk It Baby
Playtime just got trendy! If you’re looking for non-toxic, eco-friendly baby products that don’t compromise on style, Milk It Baby is the place to go. This luxury baby brand was started in 2020 by a family who tried (and failed) to find aesthetic yet eco-conscious products for their own babies. With a simple belief that every child should enjoy their first adventures in a fun, educational, and stylish manner, this collection ticks all the boxes.
Little ones can roll around on the safe and cushioned reversible play mats, with unique travel-inspired designs, or serve up dinner in an ergonomically designed feeding set – complete with matching bib! All of which are made from 100% food-grade silicone and baby-safe materials. The trendy teethers are also well-loved among the baby community. Every item is also vigorously tested, meeting local and international safety standards no less! And with free shipping for purchases over $450, ordering directly to your door couldn’t be easier.
Sassy Mama readers can get a free Matcha Latte Teether with any purchase on the website when using the code SassyMama at the checkout.
Ah Chi Co. – All baby gear, baby baths, breast pumps, cribs and more
With over 40 years experience Ah Chi Co. is an unpretentious shop, akin to a cramped hardware store (in that if you ask a salesperson for something specific they can pull it out for you in 10 seconds). We love the staff for their service and expertise – one Sassy Mama had a baby who wouldn’t take a bottle and they suggested the perfect option to try. You can also buy big name brands here like ErgoBaby and Medela.
Babyshop – Online baby store
This online baby store in best for Mandarin speakers/readers as even though there is an English language selection it’s not ideal. However, if you use the search bar, you can find specific products such as Carters baby clothes, Thinkbaby sippy cups, Aveeno baby creams, travel cots and more.
Baby Central – Online baby store with all baby gear, baby toys, baby clothes and more
This local online baby store offers everything you could ever need, with the convenience of same day or next day delivery along with free local shipping over $450. Baby Central carries tried and tested quality products with a variety of international and brands (like Melissa & Doug) and local offerings including Cotton Pigs and Little Caleb (see its full list here). There are baby carriers, toys, baby clothes, diapers (we’re talking reusable, eco-disposable, big brands etc.), baby food and more.
Baby Online – Baby food, baby gear, educational toys, clothes, newborn baby gifts
Baby Online was started by a stay-at-home Hong Kong mum who wanted to create a shop that carried all the best and recommended products. Think supplements, diaper bin liners (cloth and plastic), diapers, car seats, formula, educational resources, books, baby and toddler toys, clothes, baby gifts, groceries (gluten-free and organic too!)…the list goes on. With fast delivery, if you need it, the customer service is great from personal experience as well.
Babies R Us – Nursery gear, baby car seats, strollers, baby and toddler toys
While sadly the dedicated Babies R Us stores have closed in Hong Kong (though remains available online), you can still find baby products in the Toys R Us stores dotted around the city. If you’re looking for the largest selection of baby products in one place, head to the Ocean Terminal Toys R Us store at Harbour City in TST. Here you’ll find almost all nursery items, as well as loads of toys, books and more.
Bimbo Concept – Baby toys, nursery items, gifts, furniture, baby clothes
This lifestyle baby store has a carefully curated selection of baby toys, nursery items, furniture, kids clothing, baby gifts and more. The products are meant to withstand the rough and tumble toddler life, and yet, they are refined with a minimal Scandinavian aesthetic.
Bimbo Concept, Shop 201H, Peekaboo, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 6106 5869
Eugene Baby – All baby gear, newborn baby gifts, baby skincare, maternity items for mamas
Another chain with plenty of retail baby and toddler stores all over Hong Kong, including Central, Causeway Bay, Kowloon and the New Territories. Eugene Baby carries a variety of international brands, from daily necessities to items for mum during and after pregnancy, as well as strollers and car seats.
Eugene Baby, various locations across Hong Kong, [email protected], www.eugenebaby.com
Jakewell – Cribs, baby furniture, baby highchairs, pushchairs
This shop is great for those who are looking for options outside Hong Kong Island, as it has retail stores located in Kowloon and in the New Territories. Also has an online shop and offers free local shipping over $800. Specialising in some of the larger items needed for the baby, such as cribs, changing drawers, and high chairs, it carries everything you’ll need to furnish a nursery from top to bottom (including soft toys). It also has car seats, baby monitors, playmats, feeding items and more.
Malabar Baby – Natural baby linens, swaddles, blankets, floor mats, mummy-and-me clothing
With beautiful items much loved by the Sassy Mama team, Malabar Baby was born in 2014 thanks to Hong Kong Mama Anjali Harjani. From bedding to swaddles, blankets to handmade baby toys, newborn baby gift sets and more, designs are internationally inspired and handcrafted using ethically sourced natural organic cotton. With environmentally friendly initiatives, fair-trade factory collaborations and support of charities – including Mothers Choice here in the city – you’ll definitely be shopping with a happy conscience. Oh, and if it’s good enough for a royal baby’s first public outing (ahem, Meghan and Harry’s baby Archie, no less) then it’s good enough for us!
Mothercare – Baby car seat, prams, cots, baby clothes,
Mothercare is a go-to baby store in Hong Kong for larger items, baby clothes, baby toys, kids’ shoes and more. Its selection of car seats, cots, and prams allows you to really check the quality and – most importantly in Hong Kong – the size and portability. With plenty of stores to choose from and an online shop as well, it offers one of the best selections for baby and toddler stores with relatively convenient locations. From local to international brands, Mothercare carries almost all baby and toddler essentials from eco-friendly diapering to potty training and beyond.
MotherCourt – Maternity wear, baby clothes, pushchairs, cots, child car seats
Specialising in international maternity wear and children’s clothing, MotherCourt has several baby and toddler stores in Hong Kong. It also offers a range of cots, prams and other baby necessities. The main brands include Stokke, BabyZen, and a selection of lovely French products as well. For toddlers, it carries a nice range of SkipHop and other items. The main store is in Central and stocks a full range, but you can also find smaller stores with limited stock (within other stores) in Mong Kok or the New Territories.
Mother Organic – Organic baby products, newborn baby gifts
This online baby store has been providing high-quality organic baby products since 2008 and offers more than 100 different brands (see a full list here). It has all the organic items you need from groceries to clothing and bedding, household cleaners, skincare, toys, teethers and more. What’s even better is that it delivers all over Hong Kong and provides free residential shipping if you spend over $500!
Nini Mini – Kids clothing, baby accessories
Founded by Hong Kong-based French Mama Nelly Malazdra, you’ll find a beautiful collection of baby and children’s clothing, accessories and personalised gifts for newborns to toddlers. You’ll find swaddles, soft toys, wooden teethers, baby sun hats, baby face masks and more.
Petit Bazaar – Baby clothes, children’s toys, baby furniture
Petit Bazaar was founded in 2010 by a French mum and children’s speech therapist, Nerguess Sousi, who wanted to bring chic children’s clothing, toys and décor that she missed from France to Hong Kong. It has skyrocketed since it first opened, selling truly unique trends for kids that are always in high demand by Hong Kong mamas. This baby store is also available online with free Hong Kong delivery for orders over $400.
Petit Tippi – Newborn baby essentials, reusable diapers, kids toys, baby gift hampers
If this organic, eco-friendly baby store isn’t already on your radar, it should be! Petit Tippi is a treasure trove of expertly curated maternity and baby products that not only look good enough for Instagram but are also highly functional (with everything from sleeping bags and bibs to breast pumps and nursery furniture). It stocks a huge range of cloth diapers, including its recently launched one brand Just Peachy Cloth Diapers, as well as handy newborn and starter kits. It also runs how-to cloth diaper workshops at its Sai Ying Pun showroom (as well as other workshops on a whole range of equally useful topics).
Organic MaMa – Organic baby food and other products
Looking for organic grocery items for your bubba? This baby and toddler store carries a plethora such as organic baby formula, porridge, baby wipes, snacks, cleaning products and supplements. For online orders, you can get free local shipping if you spend over $800. Sounds like a good excuse to stock up!
Organic MaMa, Unit C, 5/F, Lok Kui Industrial Building, 6-8 Hung To Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3179 4623, WhatsApp: 5702 0049, [email protected], www.organicmama.com.hk
Our Baby – Online baby store, baby carriers, car seats, strollers
Our Baby also offers online options with free local delivery over $600 ($50 delivery charge for orders under $600). It carries hundreds of baby basics from strollers, high chairs, clothes, baby carriers, rockers and chairs, as well as toys and car seats.
Retykle – Pre-loved baby clothes, baby gear
We here at Sassy Mama are huge fans of Hong Kong’s first online consignment store, Retykle. Because babies and kids grow so quickly, it’s sometimes hard to justify spending the money on new clothing and gear. Retykle is the answer to your concerns! Not only will you find gently used (and even new with tags) high-end designer clothing for you and your child, there’s also a selection of baby gear (car seats, strollers, baby carriers, accessories, etc.) to snap up at reduced prices as well.
Wonder Babies – Baby food, baby accessories, toys
Carrying brands from Japan and Australia (see a full list here), Wonder Babies has a store in Tai Wai, New Territories, as well as an online baby shop. It carries diapers, accessories for mum, snacks, formula and milk accessories, baby toys, books, clothing, kids crash helmets, children’s cutlery, cleaning products, basic baby care and more.
Other Baby Stores In Hong Kong
BB Outlet – Baby diapers, feeding, baby care products and more
Baby Sophie – Unique, practical, well designed and well-made baby products
Cotton Pigs – Baby clothes, gift sets, blankets, baby accessories
Ikea – Cots to changing tables, to kids beds and furniture, children’s tableware, playmats, kids toys, baby-proofing
Organic Mom – Newborn baby gifts, baby toys, bedding
Pepper & Mint – Blankets, gift sets, baby shoes
The Wee Bean – Gift sets, bedding, clothing, baby toys
Wandercubs – Baby carriers, strollers, accessories, baby toys (unfortunately, this store will be closing soon)
More Baby Stores: Supermarkets Stocking Baby Products
If you’re looking for baby food, nappies, baby toiletries and even sippy cups, weaning products and more, then head to one of your local supermarkets where, between them, you’ll find a range of well-known names. Try City’Super PARKnSHOP, TASTE, Market Place by Jasons, Wellcome and others.
Editor’s note: This article was originally published by Danielle Roberts in March 2018, and most recently updated in July 2021 by Alex Purcell Garcia.
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