These Hong Kong toy stores have everything you need, whether you’re after ever-popular LEGO toys or Magna-Tiles, want the latest pop it toys or fidget spinners, or maybe to gift a Jellycat plush toy that will become a baby’s much-loved companion.
Toys will be toys! Play is an essential part of childhood and naturally, we all want to give our kids the best toys that will help them play, grow and learn. Whether you’re looking for toys that improve the fine motor skills of a toddler or the STEM application of a tween, you are sure to find what you are looking for at one of Hong Kong’s most popular toy stores. We have rounded up retail and online toy stores in Hong Kong, from worldwide giants like Toys R Us to local baby and toddler stores, stationery and gift shops that have a large selection of toys and games.
felix & mina – Educational and sustainably made toys safe for young children
Each educational and imaginative toy at felix & mina is created to encourage play, support development and create joy in every child. With toddlers and babies putting literally anything and everything in their mouths, it’s only natural that we’re a bit wary of some toys. With felix & mina, we love the selection of BPA and Phthalate-free toys as well as the collection from Green Toys that has no screws or metal axles making them dish-washer safe for easy cleaning! Aside from toys, you can also shop a great selection of modern children’s wear and family-orientated lifestyle products. We highly recommend dropping by its store in Discovery Bay over online shopping, especially for first-timers!
Bimbo Concept Store – Well-designed puzzles and toys
This lifestyle store has a carefully curated selection of products that are meant to withstand the rough and tumble toddler life, and yet, they are refined with a minimal Scandinavian aesthetic. Products range from simple puzzles to balance bikes and for toddlers.
Bookazine – Books, stationery, small board games and toys
Parents of bookworms will be familiar with Bookazine, one of Hong Kong’s most loved local stationery and bookstores in Hong Kong. Besides books for kids of all ages, you’ll find a great selection of toys and games.
Sassy Mama Tip: If you’re visiting the Bookazine in ifc Mall and want a bigger collection of games and toys, hop next door to Bookidzine to find what you need.
BrickShop – Popular for LEGO® sets
BrickShop is an authorised LEGO® retailer. Besides the usual sets that cater to all the LEGO® mad kids out there, this toy store also has some unusual and quirky items, accessories and life-size products that make it a favourite with kids and photographer-mamas.
Eugene Baby – One-stop baby store for toys and games
A go-to for all things baby and toddler, Eugene Baby offers everything from baby essentials to toys and games. It usually also has changing rooms and wide aisles, which makes taking your baby along so much easier.
Eugene Baby, various locations across Hong Kong, www.eugenebaby.com (website is in Chinese so use Google Translate)
Jollythinkers – Best for board games
If your kid prefers something more challenging and competitive, opt for Jollythinkers. With a wide assortment of board games, you may choose to head right there for a play session with friends and family or order from its online store.
Jolly Thinkers, 14/F, Capricorn Centre, 155 Sai Yeung Choi Street North, Prince Edward, Hong Kong, 3107 1160
Editor’s Note: The cafe at the store has closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 outbreak. You can still shop at the store and online.
Let’s Go Lego – Great collection of LEGO® toy sets
Another one for LEGO®-mad kids! Shop at this small shop with friendly and knowledgeable staff (they know exactly what is where!) or online. You can even preorder certain items like the F.R.I.E.N.D.S. apartment LEGO® and the Hogwarts Icons Collection set (we guarantee you will have as much fun with these ones!).
Little Beetles – Best for educational and eco-friendly toys
Little Beetles certainly stands by its motto, “Play to Learn”. All of the toys it carries are equally educational and exciting. Head to Little Beetles for a great range of safe, durable wooden toys or visit its playroom on a wet and rainy day. Little Beetles is the exclusive agent of HABA, Masterkidz and Chalk & Chuckles in Hong Kong.
Petit Bazaar – Large collection of Jellycat, Kaloo and other plush toys, as well as Magna-Tiles
This boutique children’s store was established to bring a touch of Parisienne chic to Hong Kong. Apart from selling clothing and furniture, it also has a wide range of wooden, educational, pretend play and outdoor play toys. Shop online and get free delivery for orders above $400 or choose to reserve and pick up items at the store.
Simply Toys – Specific toy collections, pop its, fidget spinners and more
For your child who is heavily into the latest craze (pop its, fidget spinners or colour cubes!), this shop has everything you need! This shop offers an impressive range of Toy Story 4 toys, L.O.L. party supplies, Dino tableware and more. It is conveniently located in Central.
Ta-Da – Large collection of Jellycat toys
This store in Kowloon offers a limited but cute range of soft toys, wooden toys and play vehicles. It also offers kids’ clothes and skincare products, so you can stock up on many baby essentials while shopping in-store or online.
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Toys Club – Large collection of arts and crafts, and science DIY toys
Toys Club is your one-stop toy shop for infants to tweens. You’ll find all of the most popular toys here or you can browse for wacky, creative new items and let your kids be trendsetters (think: simple dimples, infinity cubes and more!). You can shop in-store or online and get home delivery.
Sassy Mama Tip: Shop here for party favours and also for gift vouchers as there’s no expiration on the vouchers.
Toys Club, 9/F, South China Building, 1-3 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Toys Club, 1913-15, 19/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, www.itoysclub.com
Toys R Us – Toys and games for a wide range of ages and interests, including sports and swim equipment
No toy store roundup would be complete without mentioning Toys R Us! This mega-store is a worldwide dreamland for children and it’s got plenty of locations in Hong Kong (though we have to admit we’re bummed that its Central location has shut down!). From small, hand-held toys to massive kids’ playhouses, trampolines and bikes, Toys “R” Us is a paradise for mamas looking for the perfect gift or just a place to keep the kids occupied for a few hours!
Tree Children’s Lodge – Natural, beautiful, safe, and durable toys and crafts
Promising only “good toys”, this store is heavily influenced by the Waldorf education and Steiner philosophy. All toys here have been carefully curated and we particularly love the play tents, the wooden doll family and magnetic puzzles.
Located in Admiralty, Central, Wong Chuk Hang and Causeway Bay, Wise Kids stores have a magnificent range of toys from a wide variety of brands including TOLO, Brio, Hama and Little Tikes. We love the eco-friendly play workshops at Admiralty and Causeway Bay that teach kids about recycling.
Websites And Online Stores That Sell Toys In Hong Kong
- Baby Boom – Find fun and interactive board games. www.babyboom.com.hk
- Baby Central – The softest Jellycat plush toys, LEGO, sticker pads and more. www.babycentral.com.hk
- BabyOnline – Educational games, sleeping toys for babies, puzzles and lots more. www.babyonline.com.hk
- Fishpond – LEGO, figurines, board games and more.www.fishpond.com.hk
- Happy Baton – Subscribe for toy boxes and swap it for other toys. www.happybaton.com.hk
- HKTV Mall – STEM toys, remote control toys, board games, puzzles and dolls. www.hktvmall.com
- Petit Tippi – Wooden toys, soothers, playmats and plushies. www.petittippi.com
- Retykle – Pre-loved toys and games. www.retykle.com
- Teddy Kids – Larger toys like rocking chairs, bikes, carts, kitchen set-ups and more. www.teddykids.store
- The Lion Rock Press – 1000 piece puzzles. www.thelionrockpress.com
Editor’s Note: “Toy Stores In Hong Kong: Where To Buy LEGO, Jellycat, Fidget Spinners And More” was originally published in December 2017 and most recently updated in October 2022 by Fashila Kanakka.