The best party rooms in Hong Kong

From giant ball pits to biking in the rain, these venues are here to make your party one for the books
Best Fantasy
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We Hongkongers know how to let loose and have a good time. But finding a big enough space can often be a pain in the ass. This is where party rooms come in. Fully equipped with the latest game consoles, VR experiences, mahjong tables, karaoke machines and a whole host of quirky game facilities, party rooms have all the best parts of an awesome house party without the sad aftermath of picking up the mess. While Kwun Tong is the hub for party rooms, there’s plenty of great spaces scattered around town. Read on the find out the best places to partay.

RECOMMENDED: Party rooms are also great for keeping yourself entertained during rainy days. Find out all the fun indoor activities to get you through the rubbish weather. 

Hong Kong’s best party rooms

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Ball Room

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Come have a ball at Ball Room. This party room invites Hongkongers to play with their balls, from pool soccer featuring a giant pool table using volleyballs ($180 per hour), four-way air hockey and a full-sized curling playing area ($200 per hour). If you’re an aspiring athlete for the Winter Olympics, or simply love rubbing a broom against the ground, Ball Room is your destination. Like any other party rooms, the venue is equipped with the latest game consoles including PS4 VR and tons of board games, as well as darts. You can also include a drinks package to really get the ball rolling. Did we mention balls? Starts from $40 per hour. 

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Best Fantasy

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There’s arguably no wilder or crazier party room than Best Fantasy in Kwun Tong. This 3,700 sq ft space comes equipped with a whole bunch of large-scale gaming facilities including a giant foosball-type table, table tennis where players blow the ball towards their opponent’s goal and the pièce de résistance: rain biking, where you and your teammates spin as fast as you can on the bikes to fill up the water tanks and make it rain above your opponents. There’s also karaoke, mahjong tables, game consoles and board games to get you entertained throughout the day. $188 per person (first four hours). 

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Blackroom

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A hipster-style party venue in the heart of Causeway Bay, Blackroom offers the three cosy yet versatile spaces for partiers to let loose with all the games and facilities to self-entertain for hours on end. Each room has a mix of different party games including a giant 1.5m-high Kerplunk, 1.8m-tall Jenga tower, ball pit, pool table, two projects for movie nights, PS4, induction cooker – for you know, hotpot dinners – and a balcony area perfect for drinks in the evening. Furnished with wooden décor and neon lights complete with plenty of comfy benches, expect heavy doses of fun and IG opportunities at Blackroom. Starts from $35 per hour

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Chalk Party

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You can still party it up in Lan Kwai Fong without battling through the drunken revelers. Chalk Party is a cool upstairs blacklight party venue in LKF where you can literally decorate, or let’s be honest, graffiti the walls with their blacklight chalk and self-accessories with neon Henna services. The party packages also come with blacklight gear such as sunglasses, headband and wigs – make sure to wear white to really glow up – giant Jenga, giant Connect Four and access to the rooftop area where partiers can enjoy competitive games of beer pong and flip cup, as well as unlimited shisha. It’s also BYOB so you can drink as much as you want. Starts from $300 per person (four hours). 

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Dudu Partyroom

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A 2,300 sq ft all-inclusive party room in Tsuen Wan with a pastel-colour theme, this party venue comes with a plethora of video games including PS4, Nintendo Switch, an arcade machine, karaoke, mahjong and an air hockey table. But the main draw here is the massive ball pit – because grown-ups love them too – and a costume corner (think the Mario Brothers and Sailor Moon). Starts from $88 per person (three hours).

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Playdium Virtual Reality

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It’s all fun and games here at this high-tech VR arcade. At Playdium, you’ll find top-of-the-line Razer Computers, HTC Vive VR goggles and tons of VR games to immerse yourself in, from zombies and puzzle solving to painting and therapeutic applications – think Google Tilt Brush. There’s even a miniature boxing ring to play VR boxing games. It’s a great spot for you to scream yourself silly and get great footage of your friends making fools of themselves. $260-$280 per hour.

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PlayGround

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300 sq ft ball pit, giant Twister corner, VR motion simulation chair; these are just some of the awesome features you’ll find at this Lai Chi Kok party room. The aforementioned Twister game is played against padded walls with massive dice to really take the limb-stretching game to new heights while the VR chair takes you on a rollercoaster. That’s not all, there’s also a poker table, self-shuffling mahjong table, the latest game consoles, a popcorn machine and Hongkonger’s favourite: karaoke machine. There’s so much going on that it’s literally impossible to be bored. Starts from $88 per person (four hours)

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Bars and pubs

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