There are plenty of great indoor playgrounds in Hong Kong. From soft padded playrooms for babies to indoor climbing walls for teens. With play centres in shopping malls to restaurants with fun zones, read on for all types of indoor playhouses right here in the 852!
As Sassy parents, we’re always on the lookout for a good indoor playroom – especially during the rainy season when outdoor playgrounds are off limits! Sometimes, we need to pack the kids off on a playdate with friends while we work from home, perhaps you need a play area that doubles up as a party venue, or an indoor play centres that also offer after-school classes. And ever so often, we want to discover a new indoor playroom as a family when we are looking for things to do with the kids on weekends.
Hong Kong’s unpredictable weather means that it’s often too hot or humid to spend a day outdoors, so keep this list of indoor playrooms and activity centres for children of all ages (and you!) at hand and bookmarked for when you most need it.
Best indoor playrooms in Hong Kong for children up to 6 years
Best indoor playrooms for kids of all ages (and parents!)
Play areas and restaurant combos
Editor’s Note: All information published in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, the situation in Hong Kong regarding closures and restrictions on opening hours due to the coronavirus is constantly evolving. Many businesses are taking extra precautions, but please make sure you follow the latest government advice and stay home if you display any symptoms. Most indoor playrooms and play centres in Hong Kong are operating at reduced capacity and have smaller play sessions with increased intervals for sanitising, so it’s best to call and book a slot before heading out.
Read more: The Best Outdoor Playgrounds And Parks In Hong Kong
Best Indoor Playrooms In Hong Kong For Young Children
Since young kids often nap during the day, it’s best to know the opening hours and sessions of the playrooms meant for younger children. These are our picks of the best indoor play centres all over Hong Kong.
My Gym Children’s Fitness Center
Kids across Hong Kong are excited to celebrate the grand opening of the My Gym Children’s Fitness Center at the new Wong Chuk Hang location. With classes available from 6 months to 5 years old, its internationally recognised programmes are designed around physiological, psychological and sociological research, so little ones will get as much out of their session as possible. The weekly changing classes offer a range of activities including circle time, songs, dancing, group games, gymnastics and more. Plus, energetic youngsters will love bouncing around on all the cool apparatus!
Set within the safest environment, kids will learn how to push their boundaries, grow confidence, build social bonds, strengthen muscles, and, first and foremost – have fun! Book a trial class (with a 10% discount off the regular price) to see what it’s all about.
Sassy Mama readers will also get a free surprise gift upon enrollment. Simply mention Sassy Mama when booking.
My Gym Children’s Fitness Center, 6/F, Marina 8, 8 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong (opposite the Wong Chuk Hang MTR Station Exit A. Parking is available in building), WhatsApp: 9279 8968, firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: MyGymHK, Instagram: @MyGymHK, www.mygymhk.com
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Baumhaus – Music learning centre with a unique “tree” playhouse
This centre offers creative arts, music and drama programmes, beautiful playhouses and a cafe (some Sassy parents claim their coffee is amongst the best in the city!). Its impressive play areas feature specially crafted and custom-made indoor treehouses from Germany. Because of the new safety measures, Baumhaus is operating at 50% capacity and students get priority in the playroom. Non-student children will be allowed entry on a first-come-first-served basis.
When: 9am to 6pm
Where: Baumhaus Wan Chai, 1/F Kar Yau Building, 36–44 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How Much: $120 per child up to 4 years old, $60 per additional sibling; term packages are also available
Contact: 2321 5898, www.baumhaus.com.hk
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Toy Library – Free playroom in the Hong Kong Central Library
The Toy Library is the first public toy library in Hong Kong. It’s aimed at kids below 8 years old and has four play corners that are specially designed to cater to the development needs and play behaviour of children of different ages. You need to call in advance and book a 45-minute slot for you and your little one. Look out for parent-child workshops and different themes each quarter.
When: Monday to Sunday (except Wednesday): 10am to 9pm, Wednesday: 1pm to 9pm; the library is closed for an hour due to cleaning each day, click here for more details
Where: Toy Library, 2/F Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: Free
Contact: Call to reserve 2921 0386, www.hkpl.gov.hk
Read more: Taking Your Kids To The Library: How, Why And When To Start
E3 Club – Indoor playground and toy store
This “E Cubed” Club is based on three Es: entertainment, education and exchange. You’ll find the usual soft play suspects here: slides, trampolines and ball pits. Regulated with strict rules regarding hygiene and safety, this indoor playground boasts a wide range of toys, plus a toy store and various arts and crafts workshops for kids.
When: 11am to 8:30pm (1.5-hour sessions)
Where: 12/F, MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: Session pass (including accompanying adults): $170 (non-member), $150 (member)
Contact: 2117 1068, email@example.com, www.e3club.com.hk
Read more: Sassy Mama’s Roundup Of The Best Toy Stores In Hong Kong
Kidnetic – Gym and indoor playground for kids
If your child loves swinging and bouncing around (who doesn’t?!), head to Kidnetic! Spanning 7,000 square feet, it is the largest private kids’ gym in Hong Kong. It offers gymnastics classes and features every kind of equipment imaginable: trampolines, monkey bars, beams, baby rings, slides, sponge pits, and spider swings. If you’re looking for an exciting new play area for your little monkeys aged 1 to 12 years old, consider one of the open gym sessions here.
When: Open gym sessions available in the afternoons, class times vary through the week – contact directly for details
Where: 7/F, Unit 4, MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: $200 per hour for one child and an accompanying adult ($100 for Kidnetic members) with 20% off on rainy days!
Contact: 2153 1033, 2153 1028, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kidnetic-sports.com
Read more: Best Gymnastics Classes For Kids In Hong Kong
Jumpin’ Gym centres – Play centre with branches all over Hong Kong
The Hong Kong “indoor amusement park” chain Jumpin’ Gym has many play centres with everything from game stations and rock climbing walls for older kids to soft play areas and epic ball pits for the younger ones. Most of these are located inside shopping malls and are ideal for when the little ones tire from walking around the commercial areas.
When: All days, usually 10am to 10pm (check with individual centres)
Where: Various locations across Hong Kong
How Much: Rates vary during peak and off-peak hours
Government Indoor Playrooms – Padded soft indoor play areas for babies and toddlers
Living in Hong Kong can get quite costly. So if you’re looking for a safe and comfortable play area for the little ones but don’t want to join a membership or pay admission fees, make sure to check out these indoor playrooms that are sponsored by the Leisure and Culture Department of the Hong Kong Government. They cover all eighteen districts and are completely free!
Government Indoor Playrooms, www.lcsd.gov.hk
Best Indoor Playrooms And Play Centres For The Whole Family
If you have two or more kids, you may want to head to a place that offers family fun for children (and adults) of all ages. We’ve lined up indoor playrooms and activity centres across Hong Kong that offer something for everyone, from babies to older and more adventurous kids.
*NEW* Kiztopia – Mega-indoor kids’ edutainment centre
Singapore’s largest indoor kids’ playground is marking its debut in Hong Kong on Wednesday, 5 October, 2022! The 12,000-square-feet playground is targeted to elevate children’s eight areas of holistic development, featuring a mega-size climbing area with thrilling a four-metre-high slide, a massive Drago Bouncy Castle, Occupational Experience Zones and more. Meanwhile, Mamas can rest and recharge at Bell’s Cafe with specially designed drinks and hearty snacks and don’t forget to stop by the gift shop on your way out. Also, we have our new venue in mind for private parties!
Kiztopia, LB08-09, PLAY PARK, New Town Plaza Phase I, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, 2891 2037, www.kiztopia.com.hk
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*NEW* Sooper Yoo Sports Zone
This all new 10,000 square feet indoor kids sports play zone will offer families a fun place to experience games with interactive technologies and physical training (win win!). Sooper Yoo will officially open to public on Friday, 23 September at The Westwood In Kennedy Town. There are a total of eight different play zones with a cafe offering ice-cream and coffee.
When: Monday to Sunday, 10am to 7.30pm (2 hours per session)
Where: Podium Level 1, The Westwood, No. 8 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong (Take HKU MTR Station Exit C2)
How Much: $250 per child and $80 per adult on weekdays; $320 per child and $80 per adult on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Find out more about ticketing here.
Contact: 2888 2881, email@example.com, www.sooperyoo.com
Read More: Kennedy Town Family-Friendly Neighbourhood Guide
Maggie & Rose – Family club with spacious indoor play areas
The first UK private members club for kids and their parents in Hong Kong, Maggie & Rose is a beautiful space designed for both adults and kids. It has two locations across Hong Kong and offers family-friendly restaurants, outdoor play areas with splash pads, movie rooms, soft play areas and music, art and cooking classes. These play areas are only open for members and those who have signed up for camps and classes. However, if you’re friends of a member you can join with them for a small fee.
When: Maggie & Rose Beach Club: Monday to Saturday, 9am to 7pm; Maggie & Rose City Club: 9am to 6pm
Where: Maggie & Rose Beach Club: 301 The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong;
Maggie & Rose City Club: 308 & 311 Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: Entry available only to members unless invited by an existing member – enquire about membership here
Contact: 2638 7191, firstname.lastname@example.org (Maggie & Rose Beach Club); 2337 7571, email@example.com (Maggie & Rose City Club), www.hk.maggieandrose.com
Ryze – Trampoline park and indoor playroom perfect for active tweens, teens and tots (under 2’s jump for free!)
With over 7,000 square feet of interconnecting trampolines, this ultimate trampoline park is a kid’s dream! Ryze’s innovative team have created special indoor play areas for sporty children to play dodgeball, basketball and even a series of fun foam pits to dive into. Get there early for the morning KidJump or join in during the day for the open jump, suitable for all ages. Just remember that Ryze “flights” are scheduled every half hour, so make sure to call ahead to book into a slot!
When: Monday to Thursday, 10am to 7pm; Friday, weekends and public holidays, 9am to 9pm
Where: Kodak House 1, 3/F, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: Various prices according to age and time
Contact: 2337 8191, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ryzehongkong.com
Read more: Where To Find Sports Classes For Kids In Hong Kong
Verm City – Indoor playground with climbing wall and gym
If your children are a little older and looking for something more challenging, Hong Kong’s “first full facility rock climbing gym” has everything from bouldering to lead climbing and top rope. Its Clip N’ Climb system is suitable for ages 4 and above and is designed to be a rock climbing amusement park for beginners and experts alike. There are also free classes and workshops for those age 17 and over. Remember to wear non-marking sports shoes!
When: Clip N Climb Park: Weekday, 2:15pm to 8pm, weekend and public holidays, 9:15am to 7pm;
Rock Climbing Zone: weekday, 2pm – 11pm, weekend and public holidays, 9am – 9pm
Where: Kodak House 1, 4/F, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: Session or day passes: $250, various price options available including rentals and memberships
Contact: 2560 8128, WhatsApp: 6135 8251, email@example.com, www.vermcity.com
Read more: Where To Take Sporty And Adventurous Kids In Hong Kong
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre – LEGO-themed indoor play area
While at K11 MUSEA, a must-visit is LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre. Your littlest LEGO® lovers can play in the DUPLO® farm (with a slide as well as a creative area), while older kids will love the LEGO® Friends and the Build and Test areas. Have a kid who prefers rides? There are two rides: Kingdom Quest and Merlin’s Apprentice. There’s also an indoor soft play.
When: 11am to 8pm, Monday to Friday; 10am to 9pm, weekends and public holidays. Maximum session time is three hours
Where: Shop B131-133 B1, K11 MUSEA Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
How much: $240 for anyone over 3 years of age (kids under 3 are free). Be sure to check the website for special offers and ticket combos especially during the school holidays.
Contact: 2143 7300, LDCHK.firstname.lastname@example.org, www.legolanddiscoverycentre.com/hong-kong
Read more: Guide To LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Hong Kong
Donut Playhouse – Indoor play area with a giant slide
If you are over at K11 MUSEA, you can choose to shop, while your kids drop…down three floors of the Happy Mega Slide! This giant slide has been designed by famous Denmark designer, Ole Barslund Nielsenb, and is part of Donut Playhouse. The whole play area consists of an interactive and digital game zone, a food and beverage space and a souvenir shop.
When: 11am to 7pm (cleaning time: 1:30pm to 2:30pm)
Where: Shop B249 A-D, B2, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How Much: Weekdays: $220/40 minutes, Weekends & Public Holidays: $240/60 minutes (prices include admission for 1 adult and 1 child)
Contact: 9187 9792, www.k11musea.com
Epicland – Popular indoor playground in Discovery Bay
This massive centre is worth the trek out to Discovery Bay! Epicland is the largest indoor playground in Hong Kong, with over 14,000 square feet of space featuring large slides, an air-trek obstacle course, a sky-high rock wall, laser tag, mini-golf and so much more. Whether you’re looking for play sessions, educational programmes, playgroups or even an area for birthday parties or events, this is a fun and safe environment that will really allow your child to learn through play! Make sure to check out the vibrant toddler area and kids’ playground.
When: Daily, 9:30am to 1:30pm (morning session), 2:30pm to 6:30pm (evening session)
Where: G/F, Shop 31, Family Recreation Centre, 96 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay North, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
How Much: $188 for the morning session; $208 for the evening session; the price per child up to 8 years is inclusive of an accompanying adult, children above 8 years can enter unaccompanied
Contact: Get in touch with the team for Epicland booking, 2441 0098, email@example.com, www.epiclandhk.com
Read more: Discovery Bay Family-Friendly Neighbourhood Guide
Little Beetles – Toy store with a well-designed kids’ playroom
Well-loved toy store, Little Beetles, has moved from Happy Valley to Hung Hom. It certainly stands by its “learning is fun” attitude, with 90% of its playroom material made by HABA, the quality German toy brand. Its play area has a range of fun and educational activities and games for kids up to 3 years old. This cute little space will not disappoint – make sure to call and book in advance and remember to wear socks! The centre is still currently closed following the COVID restrictions as they are also doing some renovations. Check the website or Facebook page for news on the re-opening.
When: Monday to Saturday, 10:30am to 5pm
Where: Unit 804A, 8/F, Harbour Centre Tower 2, 8 Hok Cheung Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong
How Much: $50 per hour (30-minute play free with purchases above $100)
Contact: 2512 6353, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.littlebeetles.com.hk
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The Big Things – Indoor playroom at The Mills with a nature theme
Set in the premises of The Mills, a revitalisation project that will transform the Nan Fung Group’s former textile factories into a destination for innovation, culture and learning. The Big Things is designed for children aged 2 to 8 years who are sure to love the uniquely themed indoor playground.
When: Daily, 10am to 6:30pm
Where: Shop 205-207, 2/F The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong
How Much: 1 Adult + 1 Child ticket package: $160/hour (weekdays), $220/hour (weekends and public holidays), half-hour extension ticket: $80 (weekdays), $110 (weekends and public holidays), click here for more details
Contact: 6292 1808, www.thebigthings.com
DOCODOCO – Virtual reality playground in Lohas Park
Brought to you by the Japanese game centre Namco, DOCODOCO is unlike any playroom you’ve seen before. It’s a virtual reality playground that’s got something for kids from 6 months and up. There’s a VR sensory beach where kids can dig in the sand while the sound of waves crash over them, slide down a waterfall and search for frogs and butterflies in the lily pond – all without getting wet.
When: Daily, 11am to 9pm
Where: Level 4, The LOHAS, 1 Lohas Park Road, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong
How much: Children: 6 to 23 months — $100/hour, 2 to 12 years — $180 per hour, Adults — $50
Contact: email@example.com, www.namco.com.hk/docodoco
Read more: Plan A Family Trip To DOCODOCO Virtual Reality Playroom In Lohas Park
Play Areas And Restaurant Combos
Ministry of Mussels – Sports bar and restaurant for parents with a padded play area for kids
This restaurant is popular with sport-loving parents and their young children. The little ones can play in the padded play zone and choose from the kids’ menu while their parents get their fill of sporting action and beer.
Where: Ministry of Mussels, 3/F, California Tower, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Contact: 2838 4588, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ministryofmussels.com
Jolly Thinkers – Indoor board game cafe or kids and adults who love board games
This super cool board game café has over 350 games for you and the family to enjoy. You can even choose to buy one the kids love best and bring the fun home! The café charges per hour, which means you can play as many as you want and then pay for extra time. We like Match the Penguins – a colour coordination game that develops your kids’ reflexes in no time.
Editor’s note: The catering service is temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, but you can get bottled drinks and use the board game playing area.
When: Tuesday to Sundays, 12pm to 7pm
Where: Jolly Thinkers Mong Kok: Room 1713 17/F Hollywood Plaza, 610 Nathan Road Mong Kok, Hong Kong, 3107 1160;
Jolly Thinkers Hong Kong: Jolly Thinkers Wan Chai: 11/F, Bayfield Building, 99 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2527 2882
How Much: $30 per hour per person
Contact: 3107 1160 (Mong Kok); 2527 2882 (Wan Chai); email@example.com, www.jollythinkers.com
Origami Cafe – Innovatively designed play area
Origami Cafe is an innovative space designed to go back to the basics by immersing you and your child in educational play and creative workshops! Located at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, the former site of Hong Kong’s International Airport, this cafe serves up delicious Asian-fusion cuisine and features a variety of toys and sets in a beautifully crafted play zone.
When: Weekdays: 11:15am to 8pm, 3 sessions of 2hours 45 minutes each; weekends and public holidays: 10am to 9pm, 5 sesions of 2 hours each
Where: Rooftop, North End, Zone B, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, 33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
How Much: $69 to $198 per child, minimum dining charge per adult, $100 (scroll to the bottom of the website for full opening hours and prices)
Contact: 6063 7470, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.origami.com.hk
Sassy Mama tip: Maggie & Rose (mentioned above) also has a great restaurant at both its locations with a view to the play action. Perfect for when Sassy parents need a break!
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Other Indoor Playgrounds In Hong Kong
The Gold Coast Hotel Indoor Playground – While on your staycation, check out the indoor playroom at The Gold Coast Hotel. This ocean-themed soft play will keep the littles entertained for hours. www.sino-hotels.com/hk
Cube O Discovery Park – This is another, newly opened, interactive underwater experience! Head to Plaza 88 in Tsuen Wan for to marvel at jelly fish, learn about marine conservation, and blowing off steam in the ocean-themed play room. www.cubeodiscoverypark.com
Teddy Bear Tea Club – One for the Sai Kung Mamas, the Teddy Bear Tea Club has a a soft play area for babies and tots, sensory activities, music, dance and more. www.stagerighthk.com
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Editor’s note: This article was originally published in November 2017, updated in October 2021 by Anita Balagopalan, updated in May 2022, and and most recently in August 2022 by Alex Purcell Garcia.