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Baby-friendly malls for weekends?

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    Shatin train station... that big mall... dunno it's name but it has Snoopy World which is a fantastic place to drop your son off with the DH or with hubby while you shop in peace.

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    i agree with fshah on taikoo shing....also mostly nobody will speak in english there so if u r lost or need directions for something then ther is no way out...psl. share yr experiences after visiting element and westwood

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    Elements mall. There isnt so many people there, and its a really nice mall. You can also rent strollers for your kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mushi View Post
    i agree with fshah on taikoo shing....also mostly nobody will speak in english there so if u r lost or need directions for something then ther is no way out...psl. share yr experiences after visiting element and westwood
    Mushi, I visited Elements on Sunday and like it a lot. Not crowded, spacious, have one baby changing room on 1st & 2nd floor. Have a big bookshop w/ a spacious children's area to hang around w/ your kids for an hour until they get bored (my son didn't want to leave). My son liked watching the people skating at the ice-rink (not crowded at all). There's a roof garden w/ some cafes/rest'. A playground is also located nearby but didn't get to check it out.

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    The baby change room that I went to in Elements was amazing - it was enormous and must have had 4 baby changing stations each with its own sink and changing area!

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    Elements is good but u cannot take pictures of your baby. the guards will come and stop u

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    Hi e-mum,
    There's a playground near Elements? Can you tell me where it is? My daughter and I love going to elements, we're practically there everyday and I'm trying to find new things to do.

    Thanks!
    ~Theresa~

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    Quote Originally Posted by katelynBB View Post
    Hi e-mum,
    There's a playground near Elements? Can you tell me where it is? My daughter and I love going to elements, we're practically there everyday and I'm trying to find new things to do.

    Thanks!
    Hi, the playground is actually on the roof garden above the mall. I went there yesterday w/ my three kids and they loved it! One of the nices playgrounds I've come across so far. Enjoy.

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