Get ready to twirl and whirl at Hong Kong’s finest ice rinks! Conveniently located across the city, often inside grand shopping malls, these rinks offer the perfect excuse for a spin around the ice either before or after a shopping spree. Ideal for cooling off in the summer or embracing a winter-like chill during Hong Kong’s milder cold season, it’s time to lace up your skates and discover the top 7 rinks to perfect your twirls!

Cityplaza Ice Palace — Taikoo

Cityplaza Ice Palace tai koo

Cityplaza Ice Palace is your go-to ice skating haven on Hong Kong Island! Glide on eco-friendly ‘Fast Ice’, enhanced by top-notch audio-visuals, all for HK$80 on weekdays and HK$105 on weekends. Enjoy direct refreshment access while on skates and seamless experiences with self-service amenities. Don’t know how to ice skate? Check out their Skate School Programmes designed for all levels. Plus, get ready for holiday cheer with the Christmas Ice Show featuring US champion Ryan Bradley and five-time Gold medallist Craig Heath. Don’t miss the Ice-mazing Countdown Gala, showcasing local new-generation singing talents and a chance to win over 100 gifts, including a round-trip ticket for two to Taipei!

Where: 1/F, Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo
Tickets: From HK$80
Contact: Website | Facebook 

DB Ice Rink — Discovery Bay

DB Ice Rink discovery bay

Skate like a pro at DB Ice Rink, Hong Kong’s international-sized ice skating rink. Featuring a spacious 27mx59m rink, over 200 electronic lockers, kid-friendly handrails, and various party packages, it’s perfect for both families and professionals. Hone your skills with their professional coaching team or join them at the next Skate Asia event. Combine a day of beach fun, alfresco dining, and ice skating at Discovery Bay for the ultimate day out!

Where: G/F, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island
Tickets: From HK$60
Contact: Website | Instagram

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Festival Walk Glacier — Kowloon Tong

Festival Walk Glacier kowloon tong

Nestled in Kowloon Tong’s Festival Walk mall, Festival Walk Glacier is a popular rink set against the stunning Lion Rock Mountain. Equipped with a sophisticated audio system and advanced facilities, it welcomes skaters of all levels. Recreational and more advanced programmes at their skate school. Join their figure skating show this Christmas where Santa will make a special appearance on ice, offering photos and free candies to all!

Where: Shop UG-21, Level UG, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Tickets: From HK$75
Contact: Website | Facebook

LOHAS Rink — Tseung Kwan O

LOHAS Rink tseung kwan o

Lohas Rink in Tseung Kwan O is the largest international-standard ice arena, featuring an eco-conscious CO2 chiller plant system. Enjoy top amenities such as electronic lockers and skate sharpening services. Everyone, from amateurs to pros, can take advantage of figure skating and ice hockey training to enhance their skills. Look forward to exciting local and international events, as well as special holiday festivities!

Where: 2/F, Lohas Mall, No 1 Lohas Park Road, Tseung Kwan O
Tickets: From HK$75
Contact: Website

Mega Ice at MegaBox — Kowloon Bay

Mega Ice at MegaBox kowloon bay

Skate with a view at Mega Ice, Hong Kong’s premier harbour-view rink in MegaBox! This 26mx57m international-sized venue isn’t just for ice sports; it’s perfect for events and parties. With 30 internationally certified coaches, it’s ideal for learning, from beginners to Olympians. Don’t miss our Christmas Skating Camp for young beginners!

Where: Shop 1, Level 10, MegaBox Phase 5, 28 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay
Tickets: From HK$70
Contact: Website | Facebook

Sky Rink at Dragon Centre — Sham Shui Po

Sky Rink at Dragon Centre sham shui po

Take a spin at Sky Rink in Dragon Centre, Sham Shui Po – a unique ice skating experience with a touch of nostalgia. Located on the 8th floor, this 17,000-square-feet rink offers real snow and ice hockey thrills for just HK$80. After your icy adventure, refuel with a variety of affordable eats inside the mall or nearby. It’s a charming and budget-friendly destination for skating fun!

Where: 8/F, Dragon Centre, 37 Yuen Chow Street, Sham Shui Po
Tickets: From HK$80
Contact: Website | Facebook

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The Rink at Elements — West Kowloon

The Rink at Elements

With stunning Victoria Harbour views as backdrop, The Rick at Elements introduces a pioneering pay-by-the-minute system using the Octopus card. This 17,200-square-feet rink offers a unique experience with no fixed sessions and adorable skating aids for beginners. Take professional skating lessons booked online, and keep an eye out for special upcoming holiday events!

Where: G/F, Elements, No. 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon
Tickets: Charged by the minute. No admission fee will be charged within 30 minutes
Contact: Website

Header image credit: Mega Ice at MegaBox

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Growing up between Hong Kong and various other countries, Renee is a hospitality graduate, an adventure enthusiast, with a newfound passion for writing. When she’s not discovering hidden gems and new eats on Instagram, you'll most likely find her sweating at the gym, sipping on fine wine with friends, solving mysteries in crime movies, or jet-setting to new countries.

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