Read more about this fantastic community-building artistic contest for young people aged 12-18.
Wondering how to keep keep the kids occupied through the long, hot, summer holidays? We've got you covered with this fantastic selection of summer camps for kids of all ages.
Give your kids a screen time break and enjoy some fun and educational hands-on activities from ActivityBox!
For those days where you need some indoor entertainment options. We've got fun, active, adventurous and creative options for toddlers through to teens.
Get those kids outdoors with these options for nature play in Hong Kong!
From tiny tots through to teens - we've got ideas here for fun things to do and family days out around Hong Kong that everyone will enjoy!
What have you got planned to keep the little ones busy over the Christmas holidays? There's still time to join the Baumhaus Winter Wonder Camp for some festive music and drama fun. Even better, you can enter our competition to win free passes! (Competition now closed)
Whether you have a group of babies celebrating their 100 days, a toddler's birthday or a fun day for 3-5 year olds, Hong Kong's #1 Kindermusik program at Baumhaus host wonderful parties. Check them out for your next event!
Family time and food are a perfect combination! Here are three fun ways to entertain your little gourmets in Hong Kong this summer.
Maybe you’ve heard of Baumhaus as a playroom, or as a place for Kindermusik classes, but it’s so much more than that. Baumhaus is a nurturing and creative space for families, a place with a real sense of community. We spoke to the Baumhaus team and the families they work with to find out what makes it such a special spot.
Flex Studio’s intensive summer camp for kids and teens will focus on yoga, dance and Pilates. Building on their progress day by day, skills will be learned, friends will be made and confidence levels will soar. By the end of the week balance, coordination and strength levels are high, and their artistic sensibilities have been explored. The …
There are certain moments in life when you really do question your sanity. For me, that moment came as I boarded a plane with a suitcase, a one-way ticket to Hong Kong… and a six-month-old baby.
Do I really have to wear a pink pyjama uniform? Is it true that I can pay for my birth with my Octopus card? Planning a birth in Hong Kong can raise some very quirky questions, however having a baby in the public hospital system can be a very positive experience, if you know what to expect. We chatted to doula and breastfeeding counsellor Cathee Jackson to find out about the process, how to prepare, and what to pack!
Shop online at these three unique Hong Kong businesses and find gorgeous things for your baby, your toddler and their nursery. (And even better, you could win some of these lovely things too... )
CentreStage Studios HK are hoping to raise enough funds to run a series of drama based fun days out this summer for underprivileged children living in Hong Kong. Can you help?
Bounce into Easter and banish the holiday boredom blues with these exciting programmes!