Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and things to do with kids in Hong Kong.
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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!
Are you staring down the barrel of a long haul flight and dreading the jetlag? Nicola from Jetlag and Mayhem shares her insider tips on how to minimise and recover from jetlag - for adults and kids alike.
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.
Ready to add a new, four-legged friend to your family? Here's what you really need to know before adopting a pet in Hong Kong.
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!
Explore HK's amazing scenery with these 5 easy hikes that you can even take the kids on.
The AIA ‘Great European Carnival’ is on at the Central Waterfront Event Space until 21 February. Is it worth a visit? I took my tribe (6 year old, 4 year old and baby) and here’s what we thought! How much? You pay $90 each for the kids (including 7 tokens each) and $125 for the adults …