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    Kid Friendly Activities

    I've significantly cut down on my work hours this year and want to take advantage of all that HK has to offer as I did with my 1st child 4yrs ago. We've moved locations so I'm trying to remember as many things as possible that we used to do but thought it might be helpful to get some ideas here as well since there are still many parts of HK, that I'm not super familiar with. These are the things that have popped out of my head...

    Jumpin Gym
    Kowloon Park
    Walking along promenade Hung Hom/TST
    Walled City Park
    Botanical Gardens
    HK Park
    Ma On Shan Park/Pool


    Geez... that's all I can think of at the moment... would appreciate any other ideas you've got! Thanks

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    hey blooming... i've cut down as well.
    i'm off tuesdays, thursdays only problem is my boy is at full day... but i can take him out at noon if i want...

    ps... he's dying to show your little one what he's been learning in swimming lessons!

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    Hi, these are some of my regular activities:

    Railway Museum, Tai Po
    Waterfront Park, Tai Po
    Museum of Science and Museum of History, TST
    Snoopy's World, Shatin
    Playgrounds in Shatin area
    Heritage Museum, Shatin
    Libraries
    Playground on top of Elements mall (we go to the large bookshop afterwards to wind down)
    Playtown (suppose to visit there tomorrow for the first time!)
    PageOne bookshop and Toys R Us, Festival Walk

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    -Kadoorie Farm, Tai Po
    -Getting the ferry from TST to Wanchai or Central and back. My kids love it.
    -My older son loves transport, and we took him on a tram ride once and he loved that.

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    we do:
    sai kung pool
    library in sai kung
    taking a small ferry out to the beach in sai kung
    ferry to tap mun from wong shek pier in the country park
    PLAYTOWN/CHEEKY MONKEY (haven't tried the latter)
    Ocean Park
    Stanley
    take them to the movies
    just get on a bus/the train/ tram etc and see where it goes
    look at the seafood at the restaurants in sai kung
    a ferry to db then the beach (not for swimming, but great for playing... relatively clean sand)
    walk the dogs in the country park
    trip up to the peak
    the big buddha cable car (my son LOVED it!)

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