This is a best kept secret - it is a bit far to reach (in Tai Wo) and most of the information about this playroom is in Cantonese. But it is so worth to visit! The playroom is run by the Playright organisation, and all they have in mind, is to make children play! As… Continue reading Playscope Indoor Playroom
Origami Kids Cafe is a mix of indoor playroom and a cafe for little ones between the ages of 0-7 years. It sits on top of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Kowloon Bay, which is a fun location on a clear, sunny day as the kids can run around the top deck of the… Continue reading Origami Kids Cafe
This post has been long overdue - the Wise Kids Playroom is one of our favourite hangout places. It is what I would call 'a typical German kindergarten' setting with lovely wooden toys and furniture, and so much to choose from! Where shall I start? The Wise Kids Playroom is on the 20th floor of… Continue reading Wise Kids Playroom
While visiting Fun Zone in North Point, we noticed the signage for the Children's Discovery Museum. At that moment, the Children's Discovery Museum was not open, but it will open its doors on September 19, 2018. The tickets are 90HKD (weekdays) / 110HKD (weekends/public holidays) for kids up to 12 years and 60HKD (weekdays) / 70HKD… Continue reading Children’s Discovery Museum
We're looking for plenty of indoor play opportunities, now that it is rainy season and so hot/humid here in Hong Kong. That's why we gave Fun Zone in North Point a try. This is one of the smaller play rooms, and it has been established for a while. It is on Marble Road 33 in… Continue reading Fun Zone Island East Playroom
I started this blog in 2011, when I first arrived in Hong Kong. Back then I did what many did, I wrote a little bit about everything – from eating out in cha chaan tengs to famous Michelin-starred restaurants, hiking across the Wilson, Hong Kong, Lantau, MacLehose trails to experimenting in street photography and travelling… Continue reading Hello (again) – welcome back!
Like every other baby, Lina loves music and we sing and dance every day. So when I saw posters announcing a special concert just for babies, 'Good Music for Babies' by the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, I immediately went ahead and bought tickets for Friday January 29 at 11am. The tickets for the weekend concert had… Continue reading Review: Good Music for Babies