City Breaks With Kids | Fabulous Activities to Do in Hong Kong With Kids
It’s free and super fun for kids of all ages. Allow about 30 minutes to walk through.
Hong Kong Park
Hong Kong Park is across the street from the tram ticket line and definitely worth a visit. Kids and adults will enjoy wandering around the walking trails, exploring the ponds with turtles and the awesome playgrounds this park offers. It’s a nice escape from the busy city!
Tian Tan Buddha
Take a Trip on the Star Ferry
The iconic Star Ferry is the perfect way to see the skyline, cool down with the sea-breeze and of course get to Hong Kong or Kowloon and several other places. For the grand price of the equivalent of £1.20 for all four of us- a complete bargain and great way to see the skyline. A must do when here!
Hong Kong Disneyland
A place I haven’t seen mentioned on many blogs but definitely worth the visit with kids 10 and under, is D Park It’s a massive mall dedicated to kids. There are play areas scattered all over, tons of kid stores and a play cafe. My daughter loved this the most and said she wants to go back! Such a fun, unique place.
Yick Cheong Building
Hong Kong Observation Wheel (Ferris Wheel)
The Hong Kong Observation Wheel displays incredible views over Victoria Harbour and is conveniently within walking distance of the ferry terminals.
Watch a music and light show at Victoria Harbour
The Nightly Symphony Of Lights And ICC Light Show is the ‘World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show’. We caught it during our trip from afar and wished we could have seen more. It starts every night at 8:00pm. Coloured lights dart from the top of buildings lining the famous Hong Kong skyline. The music is live near Avenue of the Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
There is also a light show at the ICC building at 7.45 pm and 9pm. Download the app so that you can listen to music synchronized with the light show.