Arts, Exhibitions & Performances, HK Island

Children’s Discovery Museum

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

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HK Island, Indoor Playroom

Fun Zone Island East Playroom

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

Education, HK Island

Pre-nursery / Daycare: Mass International

It is so hard to find a daycare place in Hong Kong – but I was very lucky: Lina attended MASS International in 2016/2017. This is an international kindergarten in Tai Hang, which focuses on English and Mandarin, and it looks after children from a very young age: from about 8 weeks old (yes this… Continue reading Pre-nursery / Daycare: Mass International

HK Island, Outdoor Activity

Urban getaway: South Bay Beach

Probably everyone knows of or has been to Repulse Bay Beach - but what many people don't know is that there are two quieter beaches close by. One is Middle Bay Beach and the other one is South Bay Beach. What I like about these beaches is that they are much quieter, the water is… Continue reading Urban getaway: South Bay Beach

HK Island, Sightseeing

Secret Rooftop Garden at the Wan Chai Ferry Pier

Technically this is not a secret, but practically it does not seem to be known much. The Wan Chai Ferry Pier has three levels – the first floor is the entry point to the Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui and the Star Ferry Harbour Tour. On the second floor is a Japanese Sushi restaurant… Continue reading Secret Rooftop Garden at the Wan Chai Ferry Pier