Kids’ tables

When it comes to family days out, these restaurants have plenty to keep both adults and children happy.     Jaspas 13 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung, 2792 6388 Few restaurants in Hong Kong are as family friendly as...

Abacus ESF International Kindergarten

‘Encouraging young minds to be big thinkers’ Nestled in the countryside of Clearwater Bay, lies Abacus Kindergarten, a lively pre-school where children are encouraged to explore, learn and play. Abacus has a natural and tranquil environment, mature tress provide...

Top sports camps for children in Sai Kung

Nord Anglia International School Several playgroups are available including touch rugby, football, basketball, and multisports aged 6 to 13 years old. Nord Anglia International sports camps develop agility, balance, coordination and speed. Camps run from...

7 Sunday family activities

Bored? Olivia Lai finds fun activities for winter weekends.  1. What the dino saw Tangle with a Tyrannosaurus, browse with a brachiosaurus or play tag with a velociraptor at the “Legends of the Giant Dinosaurs” exhibition...

Top Summer Camps for Sai Kung Kids

Hebe Haven Yacht Club Cool off at Hebe Haven Yacht Club’s popular week-long summer courses in July and August. Its adventure watersports weeks include sailing, raft building, mini Olympics, dragon boating and beach barbecues. Older kids...

The Party Maker

Taking it easy-peasy  Eezy Peezy Parties, a new online service takes the stress out of children’s parties, writes Carolynne Dear. Is there anything more time consuming than planning a children’s birthday party? Step forward Hong Kong...

5 Fun Activities for the Whole Family

Finding it difficult to find activities to keep the children entertained during the holidays? Check out our top 5 picks of fun things to do on dull days. Play dates at the Playhouse Located right in...

Sai Kung’s very own writer

Jeremy Z.Y. Chan, 14, has his second novel published.  I’m 14 years old and live in Clearwater Bay. I’m in grade nine at Diocesan Boys’ School in Mong Kok. I like to read, listen to music...

Top Six Hong Kong Museums

Museums aren’t just for rainy days and school trips, and not all of them are stuffy and full of old objects (and curators) gathering dust. The majority of Hong Kong’s museums are bilingual, easily accessible...

Children’s parties sorted!

How to plan your children's party. Eezy Peezy Parties Take the stress out of your next children’s party with this online one-stop shop. Use the website to create and send invitations, choose a wish list from...

Child’s play

Child psychologist Dr. Louise Porter explains why understanding a child’s emotional intelligence is essential for healthy and happy children. What is emotional intelligence and why is it important? Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognise and to process our...

Brazilian Football Academy in Sai Kung!

Brazilian Football Academy has announced that it is launching its popular football skills development programme for the first time in Sai Kung.The football skills development experience has been expertly designed for boys and girls aged 4-10 years and will take...

Urban adventures

Carolynne Dear rounds up what’s cool for kids this summer. Bounce Inc Beat the chilly season in Kowloon Bay-based trampoline park. The centre is running special daily Tramp Camps this month for kids aged six-eight and nine-12 years. The...

15 Christmas Books for Kids

Ursula Huber of Dymocks Sai Kung recommends good reads for children. Young children 1. The Nights Before Christmas by Tony Ross Twenty-four classic tales to read at bedtime before Christmas, including extracts from books such as A...
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