Fun classes with a low student to teacher ratio where kids can learn Mandarin in a fun and effective way. The programmes give children an excellent basis to develop their language skills through games, songs and rhymes. They also offer teenage and adult classes at some of their locations.
Bookstore featuring a brilliant selection of adults and children’s books, gifts and accessories. The biggest location has more than 900 magazine titles and more than 20,000 book titles. All locations have a children’s section and some host special children events from time to time. For details of further stores check the Bookazine website.
Take the cable car from the terminus at Tung Chung and enjoy spectacular views over Lantau Island, the airport and finally of the 34 metre high Big Buddha. At the top of the cable car, there is a modern village which is not at all remarkable and has touristy shops and a few restaurants. It
South African food on Cheung Sha beach. Eat inside or get takeaway and enjoy it on the beach. Great for kids and groups, but call ahead and book and make sure you book a taxi for the way home. To get there take the ferry to Mui Wo from Pier 6 in Central and then a
Provided by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department for children aged 0-9. These places are perfect on hot or rainy days but call ahead to make sure that they are open as they close for regular cleaning.