Kid-friendly guide to Hong Kong

Kid-friendly guide to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a great family holiday destination. Check out our hot picks for kid-friendly places in Hong Kong! Have you started packing your bags yet?

Hong Kong is known as a foodie and shoppers paradise, making it one of the top destinations for Singaporean travellers (yes, we love our food and fashion!). Interestingly, the sheer number of kid-friendly places in Hong Kong has made it a great place for families with kids of all ages.

kid friendly places in hong kong

Hong Kong is a paradise for food and shopping lovers.

It’s easy to see why, as these kid-friendly places in Hong Kong cover all aspects of fun, adventure and nature simultaneously! With the school holidays just around the corner we present a guide to some of the best kid-friendly places in Hong Kong that you have to visit.

Disneyland Hong Kong is a place for the thrill seekers and the young at heart.

Disneyland Hong Kong is a place for the thrill seekers and the young at heart.

Kid-friendly places in Hong Kong for thrill seekers

Theme parks are a great place to start for any family vacation and Hong Kong is home to two famous attractions: Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park Hong Kong.

These theme parks promise fun-filled entertainment for the family with a little adrenaline rush mixed in for thrill-seeking kids and parents.

Hong Kong Disneyland: Lantau Island, Park Promenade, Hong Kong, Phone: +852 3510 6000. Admission prices: Prices start from HK $320 (S$53) for a standard day ticket for kids (3-11) and HK$450 (S$74) for adults.

Ocean Park: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Hong Kong, Phone: +852 2552 0291.
Admission prices: Daytime child tickets start from HK$160 (S$26)  and $HK320 (S$53) for adults.

Admission is free into the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery.

Admission is free into the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery.

Kid-friendly places in Hong Kong for the budget conscious

Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens is set smack in the middle of Hong Kong Central. The zoo which houses an aviary, a reptile house and even some monkeys, is a great place for families with kids to roam around. The best part about it is, admission is free everyday!

Hong Kong is home to a number of interesting and beautiful temples and the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery is one that even families with young children can enjoy. Located on the hillside, the temple is home to nearly 13,000 Buddha statues and some friendly monkeys too. Definitely a great place to find tranquillity without making a dent in your wallet (didn’t we tell you admission is free?!).

10,000 Buddhas Monastery: 221 Pai Tau Village, Sha Tin, New Territories.
Opening hours: Monastery open 9am to 5-30pm daily. The monastery may close during heavy rain or when typhoon signal 8 or above is issued.

Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens: Albany Road, Central, Hong Kong
Opening hours: Fountain Terrace Garden   5am – 10 pm / Green House/ Education and Exhibition Centre 9am – 4:30 pm / Other Areas 6am – 7pm.

Kid-friendly places in Hong Kong for the nature lovers

Off the usual beaten tourist path, the Northern suburbs of Hong Kong are home to two interesting parks/gardens that are a joy to visit for both kids and adults. The first is Lavender Garden at Fanling,  home to row after row of pretty lavender. Let the kids walk around and feed the goats, sheep and fish as they breathe in the sweet perfumed air. Definitely a unique farm experience for families. But it gets better because just adjacent to the Lavender Garden sits Rainbow Strawberry Farm where you can do some strawberry picking when they are in season from December to April. We recommend that you pack some food and bring a picnic mat to make a day by the countryside out of your trip here.

Lavender Garden and Rainbow Strawberry Farm:  Hok Tau Rd 655, Hong Kong.

Have you visited any of these kid-friendly places in Hong Kong on your family vacation? Do you know of any other kid-friendly places in Hong Kong that we might have missed out that the kids would enjoy? Let us know and share your travel stories with us!

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Written by

Wafa Marican

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