Known as a safe city that is easy to navigate, Hong Kong is the perfect place for fun exploration for you and your family. Get in touch with Hong Kong’s historical side, make a trip to the Museum of History where you will observe the development of the city from ages past. Or visit Ocean Park to catch a glimpse of penguins and pandas, after an exhilarating roller coaster ride.
Full of local flavour and colours, the Bird's Market in Kowloon is a great place for families to be visually entertained. The Chinese traditionally liked to keep birds as pets. Here you and your family will see old men with their cages taking their birds for a stroll, much like you would bring your dog to the park.
The museum houses one of the world's largest planetariums, the Space Theatre, which features thrilling OMNIMAX and sky shows on science and nature themes. There are many interactive games inside this museum; you can try moon-walking, steering a spacecraft and more.
Museum of History
Your kids are sure to love the variety of large scale diorama displays; from Hong Kong as a village fishing to the stage and props of a Chinese opera, your kids will learn about Hong Kong's history in the most up-close, engaging way!
Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park
Just a 10-15 minute walk away from the Hotel, along the scenic Victoria Harbour, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park provides a decent sized outdoor playground, green grass and a broad pedestrian area for you and your kids to spend a leisurely afternoon.
Hong Kong Park
This urban oasis in the heart of Hong Kong Island is a retreat for people of all ages. Try to spot the turtles in the ponds dotting the park and take a walk through the aviary and be surrounded by a bird wonderland.
A huge museum spanning four levels, this is a great place for your kids to learn about the sciences through interactive displays and over 500 fascinating exhibits.
With a history of over 100 years, the iconic Star Ferry serves as both a vehicle and a tourist attraction. To take in the best views, choose the seats at the front and rear of the boat. These seats can be flipped, allowing you to sit facing the direction you’re travelling in.
Tai O is famous for the fresh seafood market, which remains one of the favorite places for locals to buy their fresh and dried seafood. We recommend to visit the seafood market and then get on a boat to spot the Chinese White Dolphins, an endangered species.
Go on the Family Walk on Lamma Island which affords stunning hikes and is relatively non-challenging.
The route starts at one main ferry pier at Yung Shue Wan Village on Lamma Island and goes across the island to another ferry pier in Sok Kwu Wan Village on the southeast part of the island. You may be thrilled to know that no cars are allowed on the island!
Hong Kong Disneyland
Check out the live shows including "Lion King" that are shown at Hong Kong Disneyland everyday. With the cast's excellent talent and a visually exciting set up, your kids will marvel at the grand moving floats and impressive dance feats!
For thrill-seekers, hop on "The Dragon" roller coasters or let the cable cars whisk you off next to beautiful mountain scenery. Animal lovers can visit penguins, dolphins and get up close with the famous pandas.
This little suburb offers the perfect mix of old and new. It has evolved to become the newest it place for hip dining.
For some history, check out the stunning Lo Pam Temple, or the WWII remains along Mount Davis Path.
Ngong Ping 360
Pay extra to ride on a Crystal Cabin, where you can adopt an amazing bird's eye view as your cable swishes past blue seas and green mountains.