Seek adventure and step out of the city and into some of HK’s best parks, museums, beaches, attractions and islands.
Features a planetarium along with the hall of Space Science and the hall of Astronomy.
Collections of art from China and across the world. Aims to promote access to art through education and exhibitions.
Conservation, education and tourism facility that is home to many native and migratory birds, as well as fish, amphibians and a saltwater crocodile. This is a great day out, suited to older children and bird lovers.
The zoo houses primates including chimps and oraguntans as well as birds and reptiles. The gardens are well tended and there is plenty to keep the whole family busy.
Humid with a Chance of Fishball Tours. Like their name? Then you’ll like this tour company and the tours they offer! Founded by a Canadian born Chinese, they are a company in Hong Kong specializing in off-the-beaten path foodie adventures. They love craft beer too so make sure to join in on their Craft Beer …
Guided walks covering history and culture of Hong Kong. Jason is extremely knowledgeable and the walks are interesting and engaging.
Large park with great playgrounds, plenty of grass, jogging track and a maze garden.
Feel as though Hong Kong is far behind you with a visit to Kadoorie farm. Take a picnic and enjoy the peace and tranquility.
In the heart of TST, Kowloon Park has a bird lake, playgrounds, numerous different gardens and a sports centre with indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Step into the past and learn about the chequered history of this area of Kowloon. The park is in the style of the early Qing dynasty and is gives a wonderful insight into a completely different era.