Enjoy a special moment or 10 with your kiddos… our selections on what to do in Hong Kong!
We’ve all had days where we’ve found it a struggle to think about things to do with the kiddos. Truthfully, Hong Kong is brimming with family-friendly activities. We’ve got you covered! Here’s a list of 10 guaranteed fun-filled and memorable things to do in Hong Kong with the kids before they turn 10.
Painting and socialising? We love it! Located in Sheung Wan, artjamming holds sessions available from Tuesday through Sunday from 2-6pm for kids to unleash their creativity through painting. Parents, make sure to bring a bottle of wine (or two) for yourselves and start socialising as well.
artjamming, 101, 1/F, 1 Rumsey Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 2541 8816, www.artjamming.com
This just in! Be sure not to miss out on Hong Kong’s largest (and recently opened!) indoor family entertainment centre, located in Discovery Bay. Featuring Asia’s largest indoor slides and countless fun-filled activities, kids will be sure to have an action packed day!
Discoveryland, G/F, 31 North Plaza, Family Recreation Center, 96 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay North, Lantau, Hong Kong, 2441 0098, www.discoverylandhk.com
Not only is this the perfect place to chill out on a rainy day with your little one, but also the perfect place to throw a magnificent birthday party for kids. FunZone offers an indoor playground that provides a safe environment for family to play together, as well as a variety of personalised birthday celebrations.
FunZone, three centres around town including Kennedy Town, Ma On Shan and North Point, www.funzone.com.hk
Hong Kong 3D Museum
The most interactive museum yet, offering visitors to be part of an art piece. Kiddos will be intrigued as they will be able change the formation of the paintings through participation. Located in Tsim Sha Tsui East, this would be a perfect post-Star Ferry hop off with the family.
Hong Kong 3D Museum, 1/F, Hilton Place, 96 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2721 9720, www.hk3dm.com.hk
Hong Kong Space Museum
This museum located in Tsim Sha Tsui, is the perfect treat for little ones. Delve into the history of space and science through numerous interactive exhibits as a family, including a virtual paraglider!
Hong Kong Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2721 0226, www.lcsd.gov.hk
Ice Skating at The Rink
Take a lovely family field trip to Elements for some ice skating fun! This ice skating rink is like no other, as it is easily accessible through the use and touch of your Octopus – super easy! And what’s better than the feeling of Christmas all-year around?!
Ice Skating at The Rink, G/F, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2196 8016, www.rink.com.hk
Located in Kwun Tong, skiing and snowboarding indoors, without subzero temperatures, tobogganing at Play is perfection, rain or shine! Join in on the family fun with your kiddos as they make their way down the tiny mountain and walk-up to the top of the hill, and slide down… all over again! Be sure not to miss out on this adventure.
Play, Kras Asia Industrial Building, 79 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, 2797 9323, www.321play.com.hk
Rock pooling in Lantau
For an outdoor adventure that’s a little off the beaten track, head to Lantau for a spot of rock pooling. There are some incredible rock pools just a short bus ride or a hike away from Discovery Bay. It’s perfect for kids and a great way to spend some quality time in the great outdoors.
Located in Quarry Bay, this ultimate trampoline park will have you and your kiddos jumping for joy! The trampoline field includes over 40 different types of trampolines that will keep your little one busy. From Monday through Friday (9am-10am), Ryze offers a discount for children 6 and under: $95 per child and one accompanying adult jumps free. Make sure to book your spot!
Ryze, 3/F, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, 2337 8191, www.ryze.info
Visit The Peak
What better way is there to start your Sunday morning right with a spectacular tram ride up to the Peak with the kids (if it’s not raining too hard, of course), followed by a spectacular brunch? Indulge in Cafe Deco’s bottomless champagne Sunday brunch alongside a kids entertainment and play area to keep your little ones busy! Make sure to call in advance.
Peak Tram Lower Terminus is at Garden Road.
Cafe Deco, Level 1 & 2, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2849 5111, www.cafedecogroup.com