Bowling is a great fun-filled activity for the entire family. Get your game face on and head to one of these bowling alleys in Hong Kong!
Going to a bowling alley is a fun activity for the family! Not only is it a great indoor activity that keeps you away from the rising temps, humidity and rain but it’s also a great way to bond with the family while getting a little exercise in the process. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first-time bowler, there’s something for everyone at these bowling alleys. So grab your bowling shoes and get ready for a day of strikes, spares, and family fun.
Tiktiki Bowling Bar – Tiki-themed bowling alley in Hong Kong
With gorgeous tropical features, the Tikitiki Bowling Bar is the perfect oasis from the bustling city. The neon-lit bowling lanes, bumper options for kids (and bowling newbies) and indoor and outdoor bar with live music every weekend make it a favourite of ours. Sip on cocktails in cute little coconut shells as the whole family sways to the live music. It has a full-service kitchen preparing delicious food, plus it offers themed decoration packages, making it a great spot for birthday parties.
How Much: $299 per lane from Friday to Saturday and public holidays; $99 per lane on weekdays.
Opening Hours: 12pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays; 12pm to 8pm on weekdays and Sundays.
Thunder Bowl – Whampoa bowling alley with VIP rooms and private classes
Thunder Bowl is a great place for a casual hangout with the fam, especially if you have kids and first-time bowlers. With private coaching classes, 22 bowling lanes, a restaurant, a private snooker room and a cosy VIP room with two lanes for private parties, it is the perfect escape from the Hong Kong summer.
How Much: From $35 per adult and from $26 per child (under 18 years) on weekdays; from $55 per adult and $45 per child on weekends and public holidays. View the detailed price list here.
Opening Hours: 10am to 1am on weekdays; 10am to 1:30am on weekends
Bel-Air Bowling Centre – Affordable bowling alley in Hong Kong
Bel-Air Bowling Centre offers a relaxing atmosphere and is popular among the residents of the Belair Gardens estate in Sha Tin. With 28 standard lanes, three pool tables and a café serving a variety of burgers, sandwiches and noodles all day long, this bowling alley is perfect for those looking to spend a fun day with their little ones.
How Much: From $39 per adult and $29 per student on weekdays, from $49 per adult and student on weekends. Shoe rental from $14. View the detailed price list here.
Opening Hours: 10am to 12am
SCAA Bowling Centre – Hong Kong bowling alley with 60 lanes
Located right in the heart of Hong Kong in Causeway Bay, the SCAA Bowling Centre is an easy and convenient way of having some fun-filled family bowling time. With 60 magnificent lanes and over 3000 lockers available for rent, it has plenty of space for everybody! All you have to do is buy the $120 annual membership or tag along with a friend who is a member to get access to the bowling alleys.
Editor’s Note: Children below 8 years old are not allowed to bowl at the SCAA Bowling Centre.
How Much: From $30 per game on weekdays and from $45 per game on weekends and public holidays. Shoe rental at $15 per pair. View the detailed price list here.
Opening Hours: 10am to 12am
Private Bowling Clubs Around Hong Kong
There are a few sports and recreation clubs around town that also have bowling alleys for members! If you’re a member or have a friend who is, check out the ones below.
- The Aberdeen Marina Club – Private club with four international regulation bowling lanes. www.aberdeenmarinaclub.com
- Hong Kong Cricket Club — Ten-pin bowling for members. www.hkcc.org
- Kowloon Cricket Club – Lawn bowling facilities with two six-rink grass greens. www.kcc.org.hk
- Ladies Recreation Club – 10-pin bowling lanes with an adjacent viewing lounge. www.lrc.com.hk
- Kowloon Tong Club – Four lanes computerised bowling centre that provides 120 lockers for annual rental. www.kowloontongclub.org
Indoor And Outdoor Bowling Greens In Hong Kong
The LCSD has indoor and outdoor bowling greens across Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories. Bowls are provided in the venues and if you visit during nighttime you’ll also be provided with floodlights. Find out more about hire charges and booking methods here.
Editor’s Note: “Best Bowling Alleys in Hong Kong” was most recently updated by Najuka Redkar in June 2023.