40 Things to do in Hong Kong with Kids for Fun Family Vacation

What to Do in Hong Kong with Kids?

Experience the Hong Kong Disneyland, Visit Ocean Park Hong Kong, Ride at Star Ferry, Enjoy at Symphony Of Lights Cruise, Ride-on Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin, Enjoy at Symphony Of Lights Cruise, Day Out at Noah's Ark, Explore Madame Tussauds, Experience the Aqualuna Evening Sail and many more.

The choices of things to do in Hong Kong with Kids are endless. From the well-renowned theme parks like Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park, and Snoopy’s World to the adventurous activities like hiking the Dragon’s Back, all the things are well-suited to the interests of kids. The trip to Hong Kong with Kids will provide you with an unforgettable experience that is both fun and unique.

If you are still wondering what to do in Hong Kong with Kids, you can take your kid to Monopoly Dreams. For parents who want their children to be close to nature, Hong Kong offers eco biking and riding in a tram to Victoria Peak where they can witness the beautiful sights of nature. Toy Streets remain one of the most famous attractions among kids. Therefore, Hong Kong has everything that a kid could wish for a vacation with their parents.

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Fun Things to Do in Hong Kong with Kids

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Experience the Hong Kong Disneyland

No trip to Hong Kong is complete without a visit to this magical experience known as Disneyland! It is divided into 7 lands- Adventureland, Toy Story Land, Grizzly, Gulch, Fantasyland, Mystic Point, Tomorrowland, and Main Street, USA. Each has its own special rides, character meets, and foods. Some of the best attractions for children are the rides like Sword in the Stone, Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars, Iron Man Experience, and Hyperspace Mountain.

Watch them squeal in delight when they spot their favourite Disney characters like Tinker Bell, Chip & Dale, Bo Peep, and Woody Woodpecker.  One must not miss the amazing stage shows like Festival of The Lion King and Moana: A Homecoming Celebration.

Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10:30 am- 8:30 pm.

How to Book: Hong Kong Disneyland Park Ticket @ Flat 20% off

Also Know: 10+ Amusement and Water Parks in Hong Kong
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Visit Ocean Park Hong Kong

Children are going to love this water-themed ocean park. The park is divided into two parts- Summit, which offers exciting rides like Arctic Blast, Flying Swing, and Waterfront, which let you get close to exotic animals through activities like North Pole Encounter, Shark Mystique, and Sea Jelly Spectacular.

Visitors can enjoy theatrics like Amazing Bird Theatre, Whiskers Theatre and water rides like The Rapids and Raging River. Take a sky tram ride to get amazing views of the island of Hong Kong and the surrounding sea and mountains. Taking a 4-minute fun-filled ride in The Ocean Express submarine is a popular kids activities in Hong Kong.

Location: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am- 6:00 pm

How to Book: Ocean Park Hong Kong Tickets @ Flat 10% off

Suggested Read: 55 Thrilling Things to Do in Hong Kong
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Ride at Star Ferry

This 18th-century water transportation system still manages to catch people’s attention. Rated by National Geographic as one of the ‘50 places of a lifetime’, crossing the Victoria Harbour on the beautifully lit ferry promises to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.

The newest addition is the ‘Water Tour’, which takes people to other tourist destinations like Disneyland via the Tsim Sha Tsui-Central route, considered to be most spectacular route backdropped by the Victoria Peak.

Location: Pick-up points- Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, and Wan Chai.

Timings: Daytime- 11:55 am, 12:55 pm, 1:55 pm, 2:55 pm, 3:55 pm, 4:55 pm, and 5:55 pm.
                Nighttime: 6:55 pm and 8: 55 pm.

How to Book: Star Ferry Harbour Tour, Hong Kong @ Flat 22% off

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Enjoy at Symphony Of Lights Cruise

The waters of Victoria Harbour provide an amazing vantage point to enjoy Symphony of Lights, which is the world’s largest permanent light, sound, music, and laser show projected over 19 key buildings across Hong Kong and Kowloon.

Watch the magnificent synchronised performance as you and your family indulge in a delicious dinner surrounded by wafts of live music while lounging on comfortable recliners. The cruise is offered by many ferry companies like Aqualuna and Star Ferry etc. and is one of the most popular things to do in Hong Kong with kids.

Location: Pick-up points: North Point (East) Passenger Ferry Pier and Hung Hom ferry pier.

Timings: The 2-hour long cruise departs at:  7:30 pm from North Point
                                                                        8:00 pm from Hung Hom ferry point. 

How to Book: Symphony of Lights Cruise, Hong Kong @ Flat 18% off

Recommended Read: 50 Amazing Places to Visit in Hong Kong
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Ride on Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin

Imagine cruising in the skies in a glass-floored cable car with crystal clear 360-degree views of the beautiful Hong Kong landscape. No wonder this ride is considered to be one of the most exciting cable car experiences in the world, enjoyed by children and adults alike.

This is amongst the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids. The 5.7 kilometres long journey starts from Tung Chung Town Centre and ends at Ngong Ping Village. Throughout this 25-minute ride, you will get a bird’s eye view of the South China Sea and lush hilly slopes as you move away from the busy city landscape.

Once at the village, you can visit the popular pilgrimage site of Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha), go for nature walks and indulge in traditional Chinese food.

Location: Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

Timings: Weekdays: 10:00 am- 6:00 pm
                Weekends: 9:00 am- 6:30 pm

How to Book: Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin, Hong Kong

Must Read: Adventure Things to Do in Hong Kong
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Day Out at Noah's Ark

Children are in for an amazing visual treat at Noah’s Ark, which is the world’s first full-scale replica of the Ark. This is an iconic architectural landmark that lets people indulge in fun and educational activities. Children would love to see the Ark Garden, Adventureland, and Treasure House. It houses South East Asia’s largest vacuum solar telescope that lets one witness activities on the sun’s surface.

You can also see 3D documentaries and make your astronomy gadgets, which is one of the popular kids' activities in Hong Kong city. Visit the Ma Wan Park Nature Garden to see the magnificent structures created from trees and flowers like Rainbow Wall and Hilltop Lookout. Children can learn to identify hundreds of tree varieties through the GPS tracker challenge here.

Location: 33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am-6:00 pm

How to Book: Noah's Ark Hong Kong Tickets, Flat 18% off
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Shop the Toy Streets and Other Markets

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Children are bound to go wild at Toy Street with excitement! Also known as the Tai Yuen Street Market, this place has hundreds of stalls stocked with huge varieties of toys. What initially started as a shopping place for children’s stationery and stuffed toys in the 1990s, the market has kept pace with the changing trends.

You can pick up Tamiya Cars, Lego sets, Marvel character toys like Barbie, Peppa Pig, Doremon, Iron Man, and Spiderman. The place is also popular for fun stationery things like bubble bottles, colourful notepads, erasers, etc.

Location: 22 Tai Yuen Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am- 8:00 pm
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Explore Madame Tussauds

Children love to get up close to lifelike figures of their favourite movie stars, sports icons, music stars, and animated characters at Madame Tussauds, one of the best places to visit in Hong Kong with family. Some of the most loved figurines here are those of Jackie Chan, Stephen Curry, Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, and Bruce Lee.

It is a surreal experience watching the figurines of historical and political leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Barack Obama, and Peng Liyuan. Not to be missed are the action figures of Hulk and Iron Man. After exploring the main area, visit the Selfie Gallery to enjoy a coffee imprinted with your selfie!

Location: Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 am- 10:00 pm.

How to Book: Madame Tussauds Hong Kong Ticket, Flat 20% off
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Experience the Aqualuna Evening Sail

Experience the resplendent Victoria Harbour in the famous last remaining red-sail Chinese junk boats. It is a magnificent sight to see the iconic Hong Kong skyline and its brilliant lights reflecting on the waters. There are plenty of evening sailing cruises for you to choose from- Evening harbour Cruise, Harbour Discovery Cruise, and Symphony of Lights Dinner & Cruise.

Each cruise promises you an unforgettable experience of seeing Hong Kong from an entirely different perspective. The interiors of the boats seem to be frozen in ancient times with wooden decks, chairs, and Chinese fans.

Location: Pick-up points- Central Pier 9, Tsim Sha Tsui Public Pier 1, Wanchai Public Pier, and Hung Hom Public Pier.

Timings: The pick-up time depends on the cruise that has been booked. 

How to Book: Aqualuna Evening Sail, Hong Kong @ Flat 20% Off
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Visit the Sky100

Located atop International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in Hong Kong, Sky100 is the only indoor observation deck that offers a bird’s eye view of the entire city. It brings alive the beauty of Hong Kong through ‘Sky100’s Tales of Hong Kong’, which is a multimedia wall.

This wall, through augmented and virtual reality, exhibits 100 interesting anecdotes and stories about the place. The ride to the 100th floor is completed in a mere 60 seconds in double-deck high-speed elevators. After seeing the views, you can indulge in delicious world cuisine at Café 100 by Ritz-Carlton, located on the deck.

Location: International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road W, West Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Timings: Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 am- 9:00 pm (Last entry 8:30 pm)
                Friday- Saturday: 10:00 am- 10:30 pm (Last entry 10:00 pm).

How to Book: Sky100 Hong Kong Ticket, Hong Kong @ Flat 20% Off

Also Read: Hiking Trails in Hong Kong
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Ride in Hong Kong Observation Wheel

This 60-metre high observation wheel is the best vantage point to get a breathtaking panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline. It feels more like a Ferris wheel in motion, which is an exciting thing for children while they take in the scenic views. It consists of 42 luxurious and massive gondolas that offer 4-sided views.

Whether you plan your ride in the day or the evening, you will be offered beautiful views of the Victoria Harbour, The Peak, Symphony of Lights laser show, and other attractions. Definitely, one of the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids.

Location: 33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am- 11:00 pm (Last ride at 10:30 pm)

How to Book: Hong Kong Observation Wheel Ticket, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong, a city in China, is famous amongst tourists. Ride in Hong Kong Rickshaw Sightseeing bus and explore the city in your style with all comfort.

About the Activity:

If you want to explore the historical landmarks, jam-packed streets, glittering lights, colorful markets, bustling streets, and vivacious nightlife of Hong Kong effortlessly, go for Rickshaw Sightseeing bus tour and witness it all in just a day.  This exciting ride will not only take you to the popular landmarks of Hong Kong but also to some of the must visiting tourist attractions of the world.
The tour gives you the freedom to hop off and hop back on the bus anytime at any bus stop as long as you have a valid pass. The best thing about this tour is that it doesn’t only allow you to explore the historical monuments but also bring you closer to the gripping culture and vivacity of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Rickshaw Sightseeing bus covers nearly 50 places of interest and offers you a plethora of panoramic views. Even after that, if you feel boring throughout your journey, get down at any stop and visit the vibrant markets, where you can go on shopping spree till you drop.  However, the onboard video commentary won’t let you feel bored.

Note: Get a second-day free pass on booking.

Tour Routes:
Unlimited rides on these routes on the day of first-time use and the next day.

H1 Heritage Route

Travel from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon to discover the old Hong Kong culture and colonial lifestyle
Route: Central (Star Ferry) - Sheung Wan - Wan Chai - Yau Ma Tei - The Peninsula Hotel - Tsim Sha Tsui - Causeway Bay - Admiralty - Peak Tram Terminus - Central (Star Ferry)
Hop-on and Hop-off at any of 28 stops
Central Star Ferry Terminus: 10:00am, 11:00am-4:30pm
The Peninsula Terminus: 11:45am-7:15pm
Frequency: Every 30 minutes
Duration: 2 hr and 10 mins

H1A Market Route

Travel through traditional street markets, including Flower Market, Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market, Sneakers Street, and Kitchenware Street, to experience the teeming street markets and shopping streets
Route: Central (Star Ferry) - Admiralty - Wan Chai - Mong Kok - Tsim Sha Tsui - The Peninsula Hotel
Hop-on and Hop-off at any of 10 stops
Central Star Ferry Terminus: 10:30 am
Frequency: Only stops at each stop once
Duration: 1 hr 20 mins

H2A Night Scene Route

Experience fantastic night scene and enjoy the stunningly beautiful Victoria Harbour view
Route: Central (Star Ferry) - Wan Chai - Yau Ma Tei - The Peninsula Hotel - Tsim Sha Tsui - Mong Kok - Causeway Bay - Admiralty - Peak Tram Terminus - Central (Star Ferry)
Hop-on and Hop-off at any of 17 stops
Central Star Ferry Terminus: 5:30pm-8:00pm
The Peninsula Terminus: 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm
Frequency: Every 30 minutes
Duration: 1 hr 40 mins

How to Reach:
Take Star Ferry(Boat) to Central Star Ferry Pier
Take MTR(Local Train) to Hong Kong Station, Exit E1, Walk through the IFC to the pier
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Hong Kong is considered one of the biggest economic hubs and tourist destinations in Asia. It is dotted with world-famous landmarks and its rich colonial history combined with its modern structures and unique culture makes it a place worth touring extensively. Now it is easier and convenient to see Hong Kong with the Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour.

About the Activity:
If you want an exciting, insightful, and unforgettable tour of the fascinating city of Hong Kong, you have the option of availing a ride on the Hong Kong Big Bus. The Hong Kong Big Bus Hop On Hop Off Tour offers various route options that take you through areas such as Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and Stanley where you can see attractions such as Stanley Market, Victoria Peak, Ladies Market, Man Mo Temple and other prime attractions in the city. The Hong Kong Hop on Hop off bus tour also allows you to enjoy other activities such as a journey on the Star Ferry, a trip to Victoria Peak in the Peak Tram Sky Pass and a luxury cruise in and around the Victoria Harbour and many more. You can also avail the Night Tour which gives you a unique tour of the nightlife in Hong Kong, especially Kowloon, apart from the world-famous Symphony of Lights show and neon display in Nathan Road.

Available Packages:
You can avail tickets with various price points and features. You can choose from the following options: 

The Single Route Ticket: 
A 24-hour pass for unlimited bus pick-ups and drop-offs on one of the four routes (choose from Red, Blue, Green or Night Tour Route) 
Over 20 breakpoints to hop-on and hop-off Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones

Single Route Ticket + Peak Tram Sky Pass:
A 24-hour pass for unlimited bus pick-ups and drop-offs on one of the four routes (choose from Red, Blue, Green or Night Tour Route) 
Round trip tickets for the Peak Tram Sky Pass 
Over 20 breakpoints to hop-on and hop-off Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones 

Classic Tour: 
A 24-hour pass for unlimited bus pick ups and drop offs on all three daytime sightseeing routes 
Over 20 breakpoints for hop-on and hop-off or change between routes 
Free Star Ferry trip Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones 

Premium Tour
A 48-hour pass for unlimited bus pick ups and drop offs on all three daytime sightseeing routes 
Over 20 breakpoints for hop-on and hop-off or change between routes 
Tickets for the Peak Tram Sky Pass (while Peak Tram is closed, it will be replaced by Shuttle Bus with Sky Terrace Entry) or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck entry Shuttle bus schedule: 10:00 am to 3:30 pm departs from Central Pier 7 (runs every 45 minutes) 
Star Ferry tickets Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones

Deluxe Tour + Night Tour + Walking Tour: 
A 48-hour pass for unlimited bus pick ups and drop offs on all three daytime sightseeing routes 
Over 20 breakpoints to hop-on and hop-off or interchange between routes 
Tickets for the Peak Tram Sky Pass (while Peak Tram is closed, it will be replaced by Shuttle Bus with Sky Terrace Entry) or Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck entry Shuttle bus schedule: 10:00 am to 3:30 pm departs from Central Pier 7 (runs every 45 minutes) 
Star Ferry tickets Sampan ride Night Tour Walking Tour Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones 

Night Tour
1-hour panoramic night tour of Kowloon Peninsula 
Entertaining commentary in any of the 10 available languages of your choice 
Complimentary headphones

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Ride in a Tram to the Victoria Peak

Riding in a tram to Victoria Peak Is one of the adventurous things to do in Hong Kong with Kids. The tram is a cable pulled car or a funicular railway that carries the locals and tourists to Victoria Peak. The tram ride allows the kids to witness the spectacular views of the city.

They would love to enjoy these views sitting on the window side of the tram. After reaching the top of Victoria Peak, they can walk through the natural parks and explore the peak. It is not just an amazing place for kids, the entire family can watch the sunset in the evening. You can also capture these beautiful moments spent together as a family.

Location:
Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Timings:
7 am to 12 am
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Enjoy at Monopoly Dreams

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Are you thinking of what to do in Hong Kong with Kids? You can enjoy at the fabulous Monopoly Dreams. Monopoly Dreams is the world’s first monopoly theme park located in the Peak Galleria. You can take your kids to this place. The prominent attraction takes the guests to the residence of Mr. Monopoly through an elevator.

The kids can then explore the elements of the famous attraction. The themed elements of the Monopoly include Water Supply, Train Station, Water Works, Jail, and many others through 4DX technology and holograms. The kids also get the chance to win exciting prizes after spinning the fortune wheel at the Monopoly Dreams.

Location:
Shop 301 Level 3, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Rd, The Peak, Hong Kong

Timings:
10 am to 8 pm 
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Adventurous Things to Do in Hong Kong with Kids

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Hiking at Dragon's Back Trail

For families who love to explore hiking trails together and have fun amidst nature, Dragon’s Back Trail is one of the adventurous things to do in Hong Kong with kids. This is the second part of the longer Hong Kong Trail, which starts at The Peak and finishes at Big Wave Bay.

Named as the best urban hike in Asia by TIME Magazine, it provides striking views of the sea, Shek O Beach, and the luxuriant forested hills. It is an easy trail that can be attempted by children as young as 5-6 years. It meanders through bamboo forests abundant with Golden Orb spiders and huge kites.

Location: The starting point of the trail is To Tai Wan.

Timings: This is an approximately 2 hour-long trek. 

How to Book: Dragon's Back Trail, Hong Kong @ Flat 16% off

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Go and Watch Dolphins at Ocean Park

Everybody loves dolphins, especially children. Introducing children to these lovable creatures is a great way to induce respect for nature while having fun on the side. At Ocean Park, under professional supervision, you can pet, hug, and feed the dolphins, which is one of the most fun things to do in Hong Kong with kids.

You can even let them swim in the waters alongside the mammal. The trainers explain the various signals that they use to communicate with them and other fun facts.  Remember that you need to book the Dolphin Encounter one day in advance, whether you are booking online or in person.

Location: Aberdeen, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am, 2:00 pm, 3:30 pm, and 5:30 pm

How to Book: Ocean Park Dolphin Show Hong Kong, Flat 15% off
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Meet the Sea Lion at Ocean Park

This is a very popular kids activities in Hong Kong and a must-have experience while in Hong Kong. Getting up-close with the majestic sea lions is an amazing activity that promises a lot of fun.  Here, you can pet the animal, feed it, see them getting trained and get to know more about their habits.

Please note that personal photography and videography are not allowed at the Sea Lion Enclosure. The park photographers provide them. Bookings need to be made a day in advance.

Location: Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Timings:  Monday to Sunday: 3:40 pm- 4:20 pm. 

How to Book: Ocean Park Sea Lion Show Hong Kong, Flat 17% off

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Canyoning in Ping Nam Stream

For families who want to go beyond the usual nature experiences and want to indulge in something more thrilling, canyoning at Ping Nam Stream is a great option. You will traverse through a route dotted with waterfalls, streams, and rock formations by rock climbing, abseiling and hiking.

The activity is conducted by professionals who provide safety gear and teach you how to use your ropes and manoeuvre your way. There are plenty of plunge pools on the route for you to try cliff jumping and swimming.

Location: New Territories, Hong Kong.

Timings: 4-6 hours.

How to Book: Private Canyoning Tour at Ping Nam Stream, Hong Kong @ Flat 12% Off

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Kayaking at Tai O

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Tai O is a charming fishing village famous for its pink dolphins and traditional interconnected stilt houses and is the best place for children to learn and enjoy kayaking. The cruise starts at the centuries-old Nam Chung village.

You will cruise along a beautiful water-path dotted with attractions like Hau Wong Temple and Yi O Bay. The kayak tour takes a break at the striking Shui Lo Cho Canyon where you can swim and have a picnic lunch. You will then return to the base where you should not miss seeing the historic temples and seafood markets.

Location: West coast of Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Timings: The kayaking tour takes between 1-6 hours.

Also Read: Best Cruises in Hong Kong
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Relax at Big Wave Bay

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Other best things to do in Hong Kong with Kids include relaxing at Big Wave Bay. The beach gives an authentic and laid-back feeling to the beach town. If you are coming here with your family, take a sunbath with your kids, they will surely love it. You can also enjoy watersports like waterboarding on the beach.

The cool atmosphere of the beach also gives an extravagant dining experience. The restaurants around the beach serve the best fish and other meats cooked on the barbecue. Tourists really enjoy their vacation along the rocky headlands and waves of the Big Wave Bay. Therefore, you should not miss this place on your trip to Hong Kong.
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Jump & Bounce at Ryze Trampoline Park

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Ryze Trampoline Park during the hot summer days is loved by everyone. This ultimate park in the North Point offers 18000 square feet of indoor things to do in Hong Kong with Kids. There are over 50 interconnecting trampolines with giant foam pits and basketball hoops to bounce and flip flop into.

It takes the name ‘bouncy house’ to the next level. The kids would love the highlights of the park, including Ninja Obstacle Course, Open Jump, Foam Pits, Aerial Silks, Slackline, and Trapeze. The trampoline jumps will make an adrenaline rush in your body with its fun and active course for kids and teens. 

Location:
3/F, Kodak House 1, 321 Java Rd, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong

Timings:
9 am to 8 pm
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Skating at The Rink

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If you are wondering what to do in Hong Kong with Kids, head over to the Rink. This place offers one of the best skating experiences. They are the first ice skating rink to integrate the concept of ‘pay as you skate’ using the automatic Octopus system. The design of the place eliminates the congestion and lineups.

The kids are allowed to accompany their parents to the back of the house area. The Rink provides special safety handrails in adorable designs of penguins, bears, seals, and dolphins. Thus, it is a wonderful experience to relish the moments with your kids.

Location:
1 Austin Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Timings:
10 am to 11 pm
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Places to Eat with Kids and Family

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Enchanted Garden Restaurant

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Located within the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Enchanted Garden Restaurant is a must-visit while on a trip to Hong Kong. The adults love the quaintly charming Victorian setting of this place complete with wrought iron archways and vine-filled gardens. The place serves Chinese, Asian, and Western cuisines and dishes like Indian curries, sushi, dim sums, and tempura.

This restaurant is a special favourite of children since they get an opportunity to meet their favourite Disney characters while enjoying their meal. A visit to this restaurant is definitely one of the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids.

Location: Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Lantau Island.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 7:30 am- 11:00 am, 5:30 pm- 10:00 pm

Price: HKD 70, INR 630
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Burger Circus

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Burger Circus brings the taste of authentic all-American cuisine to Hong Kong. Its colourful décor, built in a carriage-like theme, is much talked about. The menu is simple and classic comprising of American Cheeseburgers, Fish Fillet, Chicken Wings, Jalapeno Poppers, and Onion Rings.

People travelling with children must try the thick flavoured milkshakes and house-made sodas. One must not miss the super-sized in-house Circus Sundae and Peach Cobbler. A visit to this popular hangout place is one of the best kids activities in Hong Kong.

Location: 22, Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong.

Timings:  Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am- 3:00 am

Price: HKD 100, INR 899

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Waffles at Lee Keung Kee

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Egg Waffles, Egg Puffs, or Gai Daan Jai- whatever you call them, they are a must-try while in Hong Kong. Children especially love this part-waffle and part-cake sweet chewy treat. Shaped like a bubble wrap, they are supposed to be eaten right off the grill, else they become soggy.

Lee Keung Kee is one of the oldest waffle chains serving this traditional Hong Kong snacks. Their flagship outlet is located at King’s Road. The queues at this store are long; so make sure to reach early.

Location: 492, King’s Road, North Point
                 178 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
                  2 O’Brien Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Timings:
Monday 7:00 am-11:00 pm.

Prices: HKD 25, INR 225
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Bubba Gump

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One of the most interesting places to dine in Hong Kong is Bubba Gump. It is themed around the popular movie Forrest Gump and its shoot location in Alabama. The restaurant showcases costumes, script pages, pictures, and posters. Guests love to try on plastic casts of Gump’s shoes while here.

As for the menu, shrimp is hands down the true hero here. The huge menu comprises of foods like Run Forrest Run Smoothie, Seafood Hush Pups, and Jenny’s Catch with Lobster Butter Sauce. There is a special kids menu that includes Louie’s Lemon Slushies, and Cookie Crumb Magic Smoothie.

Location: Shop 304-305, 3/F, The Peak, 100 Peak Road, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday 10:30 am- 11:00 pm

Price: HKD 71, INR 640

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Dim Sum at Yum Cha

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One of the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids is to let them indulge in their favourite dim sum! Yum Cha is an amazing modern take on traditional Chinese teahouses, which used to serve huge portions of delicious Cantonese cuisine.

In addition to their seafood menu comprising of favourites like Shrimp Rolls and Crab Roe Sesame Spinach, they are especially known for their hand-crafted dim sums. There is a huge variety to choose from the options like Crab Roe dumplings, Sticky Rice dumplings, Shrimp dumplings, and the flavourful vegetarian ones.

Location: Nan Fung Tower, 2/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central
                 3/F, 20-22, Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
                 Shop 07, Level 4A, Langham Place, Mongkok, Kowloon
                 2/F, Emperor Watch and Jewellery Ctr., 8 Russell Street, Causeway Bay

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am- 10:30 pm

Price: HKD 59, INR 620
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Kowloon city is famous for it's Street food and Local life. If you are a food lover and want to explore the taste of local Chinese food in Hong Kong, then this is the best place for you. Explore the hidden food menu of Hong Kong with this tour. 

About the Tour:
Discover the colorful sides of Hong Kong's local food culture with this tour, Go on a treasure hunt for rare ingredients at some of the neighboring markets, stores, and groceries. Learn more about Chinese culture through a traditional tea ceremony at a reputable tea shop Enjoy a spread of classic Chinese dishes and local favorites for dinner at a Dai Pai Dong. Visit markets and grocery stores while on your way to an old store offering licorice fruits and exotic sauces. 
Note: Please indicate any dietary requirements (e.g. allergies, vegetarian diets) upon checkout.

Starting time: 02.00 pm
End time: 07.30 pm

Pickup and Drop Off point: Holiday Inn Golden Mile, Kowloon city

How to reach:
You will be picked from Holiday inn golden mile, Kowloon city. You can reach here by Private or Public transport. If you wish to choose Public transport then follow this route: 
Take the MTR (Hong kong local Train) to Tsim Sha Tsui Station and exit at N5. Walk along Mody Road for 1 minute.
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Excited about seeing all the goods for sale – fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, some of which you have never seen before. All the specialist food and drink products, with entire stalls dedicated to variations of a single item such as rice noodles, pickles, preserved seafood. 

About the activity:
All foodies pack your bags and grab this deal. You are going to enjoy a day out with the food tour that takes you away from the city and to the north of Kowloon. Taste the local food like snake soup, roast goose, steamed rice rolls, some homemade local dessert and more and more!!

Starting time: 03.00 pm
End time: 07.00 pm

Starting and Ending point: 
Tai Po Market MTR Station, Hong Kong

Maximum occupancy: 12 Pax

How to reach:
The tour will start from Tai Po Market MTR station, Hong Kong. You can easily reach here by private or public transport. You can choose MTR (Local train in Hong Kong) for public transport.
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Hong Kong is famous for its local and traditional food. Grab this deal to experience a day out on food tour. Stop and eat like a local and taste both sweet and savory classics at six family-run eateries. Central and Sheung Wan Foodie Tour along with Tai Po Foodie Tour is also available for you to try!

About the tour:
Live local for hours, and see Hong Kong from a different perspective with this food tour. The tour will take you through Sham Shui Po, food charm, food culture, and food tradition of Hong Kong's yesteryears. Visit and taste some of Hong Kong's best and most popular dishes. Enjoy in the old Kowloon district which houses a plethora of foodie hot spots. Savor a total of 10 tastings plus many other cultural, historical and architectural highlights.

Start point: Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Starting time: 09.15 am
End time: 12.30 pm

Maximum Occupancy: 8 Pax

How to reach:
The tour will start from Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. You can easily reach here by public or private transport. 

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Places to Shop with Kids and Family

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Stanley Market

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This is a charming market located in the village of the same name. It offers a huge variety of (copied) branded clothing, handbags, Chinese silks, home furnishings, artworks, jewellery, Oriental rugs, and trinkets. You will also find watches for children here. The market is famous for its authentic Chinese snacks sold by street hawkers.

Location: Stanley Municipal Services Building, Stanley Road, Hong Kong.

Timings: Every day 10:00 am- 7:00 pm

Highlights: Once you are finished with the shopping visit the nearby officers’ quarters from the colonial era and the Hong Kong Maritime Museum. 

Suggested Read: Explore the Best Markets in Hong Kong
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Jade Market

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Jade Market is named after the beautiful green stone associated with prosperity and health in Chinese culture. You can find anything and everything related to jade here- jewellery, studded Buddha relics, carved handicrafts, and artworks.

Here you will find the stone in a range of colours like green, yellow, and even white. This is a great place to buy some not-so-expensive souvenirs to take back home.

Location: Kansu Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am- 5:45 pm

Highlights: The Jade Market houses Hong Kong’s largest collection of Jadestone. It has a colonial-era police station that has been restored. Some shops even have their in-house astrologers to guide people about the best way to use the stone.
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Temple Street Night Market

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Visit this night market to pick up some knick-knacks and quirky clothes like embroidered Chinese silk jackets, rare CDs, children’s fashion clothing, Cantonese artefacts, wood-carved murals, and artworks.

A visit to this place is a great way to get to know local people and experience the buzz, sights, and sounds of the authentic Hong Kong way of life. This is one of the popular kids activities in Hong Kong to introduce them to a new culture.

Location: Temple Street, Jordan, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 5:00 pm- 11:00 pm

Highlights: Temple Street Market is considered to be the largest and best markets. The authentic Chinese snacks sold here are considered to be amongst the best
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Chun Yeung Street Wet Market

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A visit to this market is the best way to experience the authentic Hong Kong way of life. Known as the best place to go for buying food, the market lets you sift through flavours and fragrances of the best local produce.

Pick up the freshest fruits, meats, vegetables, and flowers. You will even find dried scallops and dried salted fish. After shopping, you can indulge in delicious local Cantonese snacks here.

Location: Chun Yeung Street, North Point, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9:00 am- 6:00 pm

Highlights: This is the largest wet market in Hong Kong. It is an interesting sight to see the trams jutting through the market and the vendors shifting their shops every time.

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Other Things to Do in Hong Kong with Kids

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Fun Experience at Hong Kong Park

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Mostly considered to be a labyrinth of skyscrapers, Hong Kong is also dotted with lush green parks to give people a respite from the chaos and noise of the city. Hong Kong Park is one such beautiful oasis-like place that seamlessly blends nature with art and history.

The Park houses the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, fountains, streams, ponds, artificial rock cliffs, and an aviary housing more than 80 species of birds. There are free guided bird-watching walks held every Wednesday, which is one of the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids.

Location: 19, Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday-Friday: 10:00 am- 9:00 pm
                Saturday & Sunday: 11:00 am- 8:00 pm
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Visit the Hong Kong Science Museum

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This is the perfect place for you to let your children’s mind wander, explore, and be inspired. The Museum, considered to be one of the best places to visit in Hong Kong with family, houses over 500 educative exhibits around aerodynamics, robotics, biodiversity, and transportation that are made experiential through virtual reality.

Here, you will see a 22-metre high Energy Machine that demonstrates various energy forms. Not to be missed is the life-size Cathay Pacific DC3 airliner suspended from the ceiling. There are other interesting scientific demonstrations about Forensic Demonstration: Junior Detectives, Artificial Photosynthesis, etc.

Location: 2 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday- Friday: 10:00 am- 7:00 pm
                Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 10:00 am- 9:00 pm
                Christmas Eve & Chinese New Year: 10:00 am- 5:00 pm

Must Read: Places to Visit in Hong Kong at Night
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Visit the Hong Kong Zoological & Botanical Gardens

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This 18th century garden is a must-visit for kids activities in Hong Kong to see around exotic and endangered species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. You will see Emperor Tamarin, Bornean Orang-utan, Meerkat, Wood Duck, Ringed Teal, Spurred Tortoise, Radiated Tortoise, etc.

You can also take a heritage trail here to see historically important landmarks like Memorial Arch, Statue of King George VI, the Pavilion, the Fountain, and the Stone Pillars. The garden is known for its educational contact programs like meet the zookeepers and zoological education exhibition.

Location: Albany Road, Midlevels, Hong Kong.

Timings: Fountain Terrace Garden: 5:00 am-10:00 pm
                Green House: 9:00 am- 4:30 pm
                Other Areas: 6:00 am- 7:00 pm
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Fun Day Out at Snoopy World

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A fascinating place for kids activities in Hong Kong, Snoopy World is an amusement park dedicated to the lovable cartoon characters of Snoopy, Woodchuck, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Charlie Brown, and Peanuts. The park houses a 5.5 metres long figure of Snoopy, the largest in the world.

Children love to see the life-size houses, school buses, and figurines of the characters. One should not miss the Boating Canal: Canoe Ride, the Baseball Playground: Peanuts Dugout, and the Community Hall: Snoopy Wedding House. The admission to Snoopy World is free.

Location: New Town Plaza, Phase-3, Block 5, Cotton Tree Court, 18/2-8 Sha Tin Centre Street, Hong Kong.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00- 7:00 pm.

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We had a fun and great time here. We were able to maximize our time because the staff is friendly and we didn't have any difficulties during the tour
The trip was short just for 4-days but in all these 4-days we had the great fun of the place, the whole trip went smooth with no inconvenient at all, the hotel was good, the transport arranged for us was good too, we get all the help we need from the team. The local guide explained everything about the sightseeing of the places in detail which was interesting, Overall, we had a great experience at each spot we visited with lots of fun throughout. We tried the famous dishes of the place, learn their culture, even purchased souvenirs for memories.
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Wow!!! This is an absolutely budgeted package and the main thing on this package was that from the start of the tour till the end of the tour seem lots of fun which I can't wait to visit the place in which I suggested this to my family and we all are very happy with this package and we booked it. The moment we reached the place we get picked up from the airport by the Thrillophilia staff who was very welcoming, and friendly. The trip went so smooth, the transfers came on-time and took us to all the attractions of the place, the visit to Disneyland and Ocean Park was 'wow' the place is big, colorful, and fun everywhere which we had a wonderful time there the rides and the shows were incredibly amazing...We really enjoyed in Hong Kong... Thanks, to Thrillophilia for arranging a good trip for us.
Favorite trip of both adults and kids, My family and I were very happy to see that our booking website offers the best package of Hongkong Macau Disneyland package we gone through with the itinerary it was very rich and satisfying though... My kids are really excited about this package... Once we reached Hongkong from the airport we get picked-up by the Thrillophilia agent and transfered to the hotel and help with all the formalities process of the check-in...The sightseeing in Hongkong was truly breathtaking. The main thing we booked this package is for Disneyland and By God, this is truly paradise, it is more beautiful than I saw in Tvs and photos and the fun inside Destneyland was overloaded... the ocean world with the thrilling ride was just awesome... Nice time spend in Macau with the family, beautiful attractions, great markets, etc... It was a full fun trip throughout...
This was the ultimate vacation where I could feel myself closest to nature. The stay were comfortable and the facilities were perfect. I really recommend trying this to everyone.
It is the most amazing place that we have ever stayed in. It is a delight for travelers. It has serene surroundings. The place is so calm and relaxing that you almost forget the hustle-bustle of your busy life.
Best experience I had ever had with trip this trip was a memorable moments captured by my friends they all are very much love these peacefull quite full I had ever experienced
Me and all my friends had a great experience at Disneyland. Would love to visit more
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People Also Ask About Hong Kong

  1. What are the best things to do in Hong Kong with kids?

    1. Experience Hong Kong Disneyland: The best thing to do in Hong Kong with Kids is to experience the magical moments in Disneyland. The place is divided into seven areas, including Mystic Point, Adventureland, Gulch, Grizzly, Toy Story Land, Tomorrowland, and Fantasy Land. Each of these lands is a perfect spot for children with special rides, character meets, and food.

    2. Ride On Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin:
    The kids will love the ride in a glass-floored cable car that offers 360-degree crystal clear views of Hong Kong. It remains one of the exciting things to do in Hong Kong with Kids. This 25-minutes ride is a complete nature experience for children that they would surely love.

    3. Shopping At The Toy Street:Toy Street makes the children go wild with its huge variety of toy stalls. You can pick up Marvel character toys, Lego sets, Tamiya cars, Iron Man, Doremon, and other toys for your children. 

    4. Ride In Hong Kong Observation Wheel: The giant Ferris Wheel is an exciting thing for children white glancing at the scenic views of Hong Kong. This 60-meters high observation wheel consists of 42 extravagant and immense gondolas that offer views on all four sides.

  2. Which are the best amusement parks in Hong Kong for kids?

    1. Snoopy’s World: Located in the New Town Plaza Mall in Sha Tin, Snoopy’s World is a rooftop amusement park for kids. The six zones consist of numerous free rides and attractions that are perfect for 10-year-old children. Thus, it is a great place to engage your young children in exciting activities.

    2. Hong Kong Disneyland: If you are planning for a vacation in Hong Kong and thinking about what to do in Hong Kong with Kids, Hong Kong Disneyland is the first thing that comes to your mind. You will find plenty of famous characters paragliding on the streets of the park. The rollercoasters in Tomorrowland and the stage shows are sure to entertain your kids with their catchy music and dance steps.

    3. Ocean Park: Ocean Park has about 50 attractions for kids to explore in Hong Kong. The most famous ride in Ocean Park is the Hair Raiser roller coaster. There are plenty of attractions for animal lovers, which include aquatic zones and wildlife interaction zones.

    4. Fisherman’s Wharf Macau: Fisherman’s Wharf is the largest park nestled in Macau. It offers a unique blend of Asian and Western architecture. The 40-meters artificial volcanoes, waterfalls, and a play area for children should not be missed on your vacation to Hong Kong.

  3. What are the best adventurous things to do in Hong Kong for kids?

    1. Hike The Dragon’s Back: Do you want to indulge in an adventurous activity but don’t know what to do in Hong Kong with Kids? You should go on a family hiking trip to the Dragon’s Back. It is relatively easy to go on with kids and a rewarding experience for all the family members.

    2. Eco Biking In Hong Kong: Eco biking is a great adventurous thing to do in Hong Kong with Kids. You will get to explore beautiful sceneries in and around the city. Cycling in parks and islands is quite thrilling and exciting for kids. The only thing you need to do is take the permission from the Agriculture Fisheries and Conservation Department before riding your eco bike.

    3. Paddle Boating at Wong Nai Chung Reservoir: Paddle boating in the tranquil reservoir around lush greens with kids is also one of the exciting things to do in Hong Kong. Paddle boating remains the peaceful sport that you can enjoy with your family and cherish the memories for lifetime. 

  4. Is Hong Kong a good place to visit with kids?

    Hong Kong is certainly a daunting place for kids. Children enjoy the traditional and famous attractions of Hong Kong. The temples, parks, transportation activities, and several museums in Hong Kong are child-friendly. The place is filled with fun and exciting activities that children love to explore. From Disneyland to child friendly market tours, Hong Kong is suitable for kids of all ages.
  5. What is Hong Kong famous for?

    Hong Kong is famous for the coexistence of both eastern and western cultures. It also offers world-class attractions to explore like Causeway Bay, Disneyland Hong Kong, and The Peak. The place provides a meeting point of skyscrapers and ancient temples. Hong Kong is also well-known for its night markets that serve delicious delicacies like egg waffles and dim sum.
  6. What are the best things to buy in Hong Kong?

    - Designer clothes
    - Designer handbags
    - Tailor-made suits
    - Cosmetics
    - Perfumes
    - Electronics and Computers
    - Gold and Other Jewelry
    - Watches
    - Hong Kong Pastries
    - Branded shoes
    - Anime merchandise
    - Jade ornaments

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