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Where To Breastfeed And Change A Baby In Hong Kong

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    Where To Breastfeed And Change A Baby In Hong Kong

    WHERE TO BREASTFEED AND CHANGE A BABY IN HONG KONG .

    The Mandarin Oriental, Central - 1st Floor powder room near the Grill. Lovely big chairs and telephone. Large mirror and nice attendants.

    Marriott, Conrad, or Shangri-La, Admiralty - Most have washrooms with a bench and mirror. Also look for the more secluded chairs in lobbies.

    Peninsula Hotel, T.S.T. - take the lift to the 1st floor where the bathroom is nice.

    Hong Kong Hotel, Kowloon side near Star Ferry. Try any other large hotels as these usually have comfy chairs in the lobbies and clean washrooms for changing babies.

    Jusco Department Store, Tai Koo - On the 2nd floor near the baby department there is a changing area and a place to breastfeed.

    Pacific Coffee and Starbuck's shops - Most have large chairs and some even have play areas for older children.

    Many of the newer Superstore Park N Shops have baby changing/feeding areas with chairs in them. Festival Walk (Kowloon Tong), Paradise Mall (Heng Fa Chuen), Maritime Square (Tsing Yi), Citygate (Tung Chung).

    All Mothercare stores have changing areas and usually a chair to sit on. The stores are in Prince's Building, Ocean Terminal, Windsor House and New Town Plaza (Shatin).

    Outside Toys R Us in Ocean Terminal there is a special glassed in area to breastfeed and change babies under the escalator.

    Try the changing rooms of Marks and Spencer, Wing On, Lane Crawford or UNY. If they are not too busy they will usually let you use a room. Sometimes there are chairs. If not, the carpets are relatively clean.

    Ikea in Causeway Bay, Shatin and Prince Edward (not far from Fa Yuen Street market) have changing tables and sometimes a chair. Try the cafeteria for breastfeeding. Usually quiet.

    Chep Lap Kok Airport - There are baby changing rooms so you can change and feed your baby before getting on the plane. This is great if you need to wait a long time for your departure. Then you can nurse all the way to your destination on the plane! .

    Discovery Bay/Star Ferries - The rocking motion will even help baby fall asleep!

    Try feeding in McDonald's or a Chinese Dim Sum type restaurant. They are always noisy, so breastfeeding seems less obtrusive.

    Dan Ryans, Shooters (on the Peak) are good places to eat with kids and they have changing tables.

    Jaspa's Restaurant, Sai Kung - A good place to eat with kids, very comfortable with breastfeeding mums in the restaurant.

    Olympic MTR station/shopping centre - Padded sofas and cubicles with lockable stalls to breastfeed in.

    Times Square - 9/F

    Source: La Leche League Hong Kong -August 2002.
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    Where to breastfeed in HK

    Changing table and breastfeeding facilities are also available in Annerley's Midwives' centre in Lyndhurst Terrace.

    The address is:
    Unit 1801, Car Po Commercial Building
    18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace
    Central

    If you are in Central and your baby needs changing or feeding feel free to stop by.

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    Prince's Building

    Another great place I think not mentioned:

    Ladies' toilet on the first floor of Prince's Building. Very nice! One big chair just right for breastfeeding. There is an attendant keeping the place clean and handing you fresh towels.

    And in the floors above are some baby and maternity shops including Mothercare, Toto, and a toy store (can't remember the name).

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    Anyplace the baby is hungry

    Immigration Department

    Sitting on the floor of the MTR station at Admiralty (baby began crying from hunger in TST, so I bailed out at Admiralty and just sat down and fed.

    Restaurants

    I've found that when I feed in nice hotel ladies rooms, it's all very friendly, but everyone (attendents, visitors, etc.) gathers around to take a look and comment on my technique. :)

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    Heard there's a new breastfeeding room in Times Sq on the 9th floor.
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    IFC women's rooms have breastfeeding/changing rooms(the ones across from the cinema)

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    Basically I feed wherever e.g. restaurant, hotel, shopping mall, car...etc by using the nursing gown.

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    ifc 2nd fl, nursing/baby diaper room on the corridor to the bathroom outside harlan's. (not in ladies' rm, so daddy can keep u company)

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