A lovely indoor playroom filled with books, toys, an ice-cream parlour and plenty more. Free play sessions plus themed playgrounds are set up for the kiddos in the afternoons. Best to call before you head over!
An indoor playground for ages 10 and below – on a rainy day, this is the place to be.
From mini-rollercoasters to play-doh, this jungle-like playroom has it all. Calling all little ones in Sai Kung between 6 months and 8 years.
809, 8/F, Kornhill Plaza – Office Tower, 1 Kornhill Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2560 9493
A great indoor space for toddlers and young kids at Kornhill Plaza in Tai Koo. By Hong Kong standards it’s pretty spacious, and there’s plenty to keep the most energetic of tots entertained from an indoor obstacle course with all the favourites.
The people behind Toys Club – the genius toy rental club and our go-to for bouncy castles, ball pools and the like for birthday parties – also offers a Kids Club periodically at various locations around Hong Kong for kids up to age 7. Check out their website to learn more (and buy tickets). And sign up for their newsletter to get the early scoop on their schedule or drop them an email.
As innovative as it is educational, this is our new favorite spot in the New Territories for great indoor play with exciting features like the Sky Web and Secret Tunnel. Join the PlayLab for stimulating playtime with similar-aged buddies, and members can even take home a favorite toy from the Toy Library for free.
One of Hong Kong’s most popular indoor play spots, kids of all ages come for a sweet time. The gigantic candy structures (climb on!) are full of slides, wobbly rope bridges and more, and the special toddler area is full of age-appropriate toys and things to climb on and through, as well as a fun ball pit. The sports zone is the place to shoot some hoops, and parents can take break from the chaos on the couches.
These folks have some of the best toys in town in their super playrooms. Their play areas have everything from dress-up corners and craft areas, to a cool multi-sensory room with colors, sounds and things to touch and hold and a family game area. And while it’s really all about creative play, there are organized activities like songs or story time and snack time. The Cyberport space is massive and loads of fun (we love the baby sensory tent), but don’t miss the smaller (and slightly less manic) location in Causeway Bay.