Kids

The best attractions, activities and things to do that Hong Kong has to offer for kids, teens and families

Hong Kong’s best kids’ shops
Shopping

Hong Kong’s best kids’ shops

From a children’s bookstores inside a ‘castle’ to Hong Kong’s biggest Lego store, here are just some of the best shops for kids. 

The best family-friendly restaurants in Hong Kong
Kids

The best family-friendly restaurants in Hong Kong

Here are the best kid-friendly restaurants that cater to a wide range of needs, from play areas to free menus.

The best farms in Hong Kong for kids and families
Things to do

The best farms in Hong Kong for kids and families

Spend a few days outside enjoying nature at its best 

Best gyms and play areas for kids in Hong Kong
Kids

Best gyms and play areas for kids in Hong Kong

Climbing frames, ball pits and bouncy castles for kids to let loose. 

The best Hong Kong indoor play areas for kids
Kids

The best Hong Kong indoor play areas for kids

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Kid's events

Discovery Bay Sunday Market
Things to do

Discovery Bay Sunday Market

Come and support local businesses and shop for hidden gems at the return of the Discovery Bay Sunday Markets. Browse through a wide selection of handmade unique products and creative locally made goods. There's plenty of eatery options and a gorgerous seaside view to make it a family day out. 

Potted Potter
Kids

Potted Potter

Nominated for the West End's prestigious Olivier Awards, Potted Potter sees Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner rise to the daunting task of condensing all of the Harry Potter books – and a live game of Quidditch – into 70 minutes. People are Ravenclawing their screens to get tickets so they can Slytherin to the venue because they know they'll Gryffinroar with laughter and be, uh, Huffle... out of... puff afterwards?  

Junior Pizza Master
Things to do

Junior Pizza Master

Every Sunday from noon to 2.30 PM, kids aged four to 10 can learn how to make their own pizza from scratch while parents sit back and enjoy a leisurely brunch from either the a la carte menu of the 3-course power brunch. At only $120 per child, there's much worse ways to spend a Sunday afternoon.