Travelling with a baby or toddler may seem like a daunting task, but it is achievable and can even be relatively stress-free. A little planning goes a long way; check out our five top tips for tot travel and enjoy a happy holiday for all!
Hong Kong’s geographical position as the gateway between the East and the West lends itself as an ideal travel hub. Whether it’s a quick getaway or an adventure of a lifetime, family holidays give us a chance to relax together, leave our routines behind, bond with each other and create some unforgettable memories for our children. Here are five top tips for travelling for holiday happiness, smooth sailing and a bon voyage!
It’s that joyous time of year again, but before we swing into the Year of the Monkey find out what 2016 has in store for your little ones.
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Want to know what's in store this year for your precious tots? Our Chinese zodiac inspired predictions will give you an insight into dealing with your little ones in this year of the Fire Monkey!
Curious about what kids born in the Year of the Fire Monkey are like?
Fire Monkeys are a fiery ball of fun. Their intelligence, determination and curiosity will keep parents on their toes. Their witty personality and baby babble are enjoyed and admired by many and often makes them the life of the party. Monkeys are very honest but be prepared for some white lies on occasion.
BOUNCE, the giant indoor trampoline park has bounced its way to Hong Kong
BOUNCE, the giant indoor trampoline park concept from Australia, has bounced its way to Hong Kong. With more than 80 interconnected wall-to-wall trampolines and over 22,000 square feet of big jumping and soft landings, this indoor paradise at EMAX in Kowloon Bay offers some serious fun for the whole family - grandparents included :)
Celebrate Chinese New Year in style by eating auspicious food, giving out lai see, and doing everything considered lucky!
Get ready for another round of New Years festivities as the Year of the Fire Rooster officially begins on January 28th. Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is one of the most significant and cherished holidays in Hong Kong… and as such, it’s celebrated in style for 15 days! It’s also considered a time for family and friends to get together, enjoy each other’s company, say goodbye to the old, and welcome the new.
Stumped for ideas? Check out our list for inspiration!
With Halloween (and lots of Halloween parties) just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about costumes! We’ve put together a list featuring our favourite costume ideas for kids. Best of all, all of these adorable costumes can be ordered online and delivered straight to your doorstep. How easy is that?
Sign up to join a free trial workshop offered by Faust on September 6!
Faust International Youth Theatre is hosting a trial workshop for each age group (from young tots to older kids) to sample – for free! The workshops allow kids a glimpse into what the Theatre’s upcoming 16th season (starting on September 20) will offer.
Work hard, and then play harder at the best resorts on the planet where you and your unit can share those unforgettable moments that will forever stay etched in your children’s memories.
Finally - the holiday we’ve waited all year for has arrived! After a school year crammed with homework and learning, we’d imagine the kids are itching for a nice long break where they can let their hair down and run wild in the sunshine. Mums and dads too are desperate to break out of their monotonous routines of work and/or unrelenting parental duties, so they can simmer down with with a cocktail by the pool or even better, drift off during a tantalizing full body massage.