Another typhoon is upon us and if you don’t feel like staying in your house all weekend, look no further. We’ve collected a list of the best indoor activities, for every budget!
Spend all day at Hong Kong’s biggest indoor climbing facility in Kwun Tong. A day pass to Go Nature will set you back HK$188 (HK$148 for students). If you’ve never done this before, no problem! The center also offers classes for complete newbies.
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Release your inner child at one of Hong Kong’s trampoline parks. Check out Bounce in Kowloon Tong or Ryze in Quarry Bay for a guaranteed fun-filled day. And an added bonus, bouncing on the trampoline makes for a great workout! Tickets at both both Bounce & Ryze start at HK$150.
Instead of a lazy day at home, why not go to one of Hong Kong’s many museums to learn more about the city and its history. There are plenty of museums to choose from. Popular museums are the Hong Kong Museum of History and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, which both offer exhibitions that you can visit for free. For a full list of public museums in Hong Kong click here; most are free!
Perhaps surprisingly, Hong Kong’s tropical heat doesn’t hold anyone back from building ice skating rinks all over the city. This activity lets you not only escape the rain, but the heat too. There are plenty of malls that host an ice skating rink, there is a.o. Rink at Elements (HK$0.5-HK$1.5/min), Ice Palace in Tai Koo (HK$55-K$80/2hours), Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay (HK$50-HK80/2hours) and Glacier at Festival Walk (HK$55-HK$80/2hours).
A game of pool & bowling
Feel like challenging your friends? SCAA in Causeway Bay is the place to go. Bowling at the sports center is much cheaper than most regular bowling lanes. You first need to get a yearly membership at HK$120, but after that you can play a game of bowling starting from HK$28 or pool starting from HK$30 year round.
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