List Of Unique And Alternative Sports For Kids In Hong Kong

Archery, Fencing, BMX Biking, Skateboarding, More In Hong Kong!

Alternative Sports Classes For Kids In Hong Kong - Archery, Fencing, BMX Biking, Skateboarding

For pint-sized sports stars looking to try something a bit more unique, Little Steps bundled up inspiration for learning a new sport or brush up on and expand those existing athletic skills. Archery, fencing, ice skating, hockey, and more can all be enjoyed in Hong Kong.  We have the rundown on top alternative sports classes for kids here, and you can choose your flavor of energy and learn the moves!. Go for gold, kids!

Included in this list: 

  • Skateboarding Classes For Kids In Hong Kong
  • Rock Climbing Classes For Kids In Hong Kong
  • Horseback Riding In Hong Kong
  • Fencing In Hong Kong For Kids
  • Archery Lessons For Kids Hong Kong
  • Roller Skating Lessons Hong Kong
  • BMX and Bike Riding Lessons Hong Kong
  • Scuba Diving Lessons
  • Ice Hockey Lessons Hong Kong
  • ROCK CLIMBING CLASSES IN HONG KONG: Classes For All Ages At Various Locations

    Rock climbing is not only fun, but it is also an excellent skill with an emphasis on strength, balance, and coordination. YMCA has the largest outdoor climbing wall in Hong Kong, at 18 meters high and 16 wide. It offers more than 300 square meters of climbing terrain, which provides over 15 climbing routes of varying degrees of difficulty. They also have a mini indoor climbing wall, and kids of all ages can come to climb. The ever-popular Verm City also offers rock climbing classes for kids ages 4+ on their excellent rock playground. GoNature is home to plenty of terrain for climbers of every level, from beginners to experienced professionals with over 100 routes on their colossal climbing walls.

    Rock Climbing Venues And Kids Bouldering Lessons In Hong Kong:


  • Horse Riding In Hong Kong


    With the rich equestrian history in Hong Kong, we thought it was time to saddle up. Little Steps brings you the best places for you and your kiddos to ride, trot, gallop, and run with Hong Kong’s finest horses. From Dressage to Pony Camps to Riding Schools in Hong Kong, this guide takes you all over Hong Kong. Pokfulam, Lo Wu, Clearwater Bay – it’s all here. Giddy-up!

    Where To Ride Horses In Hong Kong?

  • FENCING LESSONS FOR KIDS HONG KONG: Academy + Afterschool Center

    En guard! Get your active kids, ‘tweens, and teens into the spirit of the Medieval Ages – or their favorite films – with some fencing classes. The Fencing Sports Academy is a 10,000 sqft state-of-the-art facility with a separate Kids’ Zone. They have a troupe of trained coaches that can take your child from basic moves and footwork to full competitive combat, and classes are taught in Chinese or English. Fencing for kids age 4 - 12 is also offered at Hong Kong's YWCA, all their equipment is imported from Europe. Or try the Fencing Master who teaches kids ages 4-16, but also adults at a professional level.

    Fencing Master, 99 Queen's Road Central, +852 6900 1070, www.hkfencingmaster.com

    Fencing At YWCA, 3/F, 1 MacDonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3476 1340, Website

    Tree Sport, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, https://www.tree-sport.com/

    Excel Fencing, One Island South, Wong Chuk Hang, http://www.excel-fencing.com/

  • ARCHERY CLASSES FOR KIDS IN HONG KONG: Huge Center + Private Tutors

    Does an eagle eye run in the family? Sign-up your child for an archery course at Golden Trust Archery Centre, offering the biggest archery center in Hong Kong with 7000 sq feet and 25 shooting lanes. For children 8 to 11 years old with no experience in archery, they recommend the Children Certificate Class or private class. For children above 12 years old, their beginner class is ideal. For English-speaking archery coaches available for beginner, intermediate and advance archery lessons, head to Hong Kong Archery Centre.


    Golden Trust Archery Centre, 2/F, Block C, Wing Hong Factory Building, 781 Yu Chau West Street, Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong, rocky@archeryhk.comarcheryhk.com

    Hong Kong Island Archery Centre, +852 9801 0830, info@archery.com.hkwww.archery.com.hk

    Hong Kong Archery Centre, 902, 20 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2739 8969, www.hk-archerycentre.com


    Wish to join a Derby Team or simply rollerskate in along the promenade or Disney Park, why not learn at your own pace, one-on-one, or with a group of friends? Their expert coaches are bilingual and happy to travel for skate classes! Let Madame Quad know how they can help you get your skate on! They also offer tailor-made skating programs for your students! Whether it is learning English through roller skating or roller disco for the upcoming Christmas Ball!

    Madame Quad, 2C, 2F Po Foo Building, Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, madamequad.com

    HK Roller Skating School,  7/F Vogue Centre, No.696 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, http://roller-school.org/

    M15 Roller Skating School Hong Kong, angelinawong.m15@gmail.com, https://www.facebook.com/M15ROLLERSKATINGSCHOOL/


    Gear up! Hong Kong’s very own BMX Park is sure to get your little rider's adrenaline going. All young adventurers and adults are welcome for cruising - from first-timers to experienced little Evil Knievel’s! With over 39,000 square meters of trails, tracks, and tricks, this BMX Bike Park is sure to thrill. They offer classes for kids and teens to up their skills - sign them up.

    BMX Bike Park, 91 Kwai Hei Street, Gin Drinkers Bay, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong,+852 2419 9613, info@bmxpark.org.hkwww.cycling.org.hk, Facebook Page

    Rider Lessons For Toddlers In Hong Kong, http://www.riderlearning.com/rider-coaches/

    Invis Cycling For Kids Hong Kong, https://invis.hk/en/class/novice-beginners-course/

    Hong Kong Bike Training Centre, https://www.facebook.com/HongKongBikeTrainingCenter/

  • ROWING FOR KIDS HONG KONG: Programs For Various Ages At HKCRA

    The HKCRA operates two rowing centers adjoining the Sha Tin Shing Mun River in Sha Tin. The HKCRA organizes different types of promotion and development programs and activities, including “Youth Development Programme,” “Para-rowing Programme,” “Indoor Rowing for Schools Programme” and “Coastal rowing activities. This one is great for teens who are keen on getting into this fun sport.

    The Hong Kong China Rowing Association (HKCRA), Shek Mun Rowing Centre, 27 On King Street, Sha Tin, www.rowing.org.hk


    The Rink at Elements caters to kids (and other unsteady skaters) by offering cute model penguin guides that scoot across the ice and keep even the littlest nippers steady. The figure skating instructors are also fab too. City Plaza Ice Palace opens its doors for skating fun 365 days a year. Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay offers private and group figure skating and hockey lessons are available. Lohas Rink (Lohas Park) and Discovery Bay both have new rinks and are offering classes for kids.


    City Plaza Ice Palace, 18/F, One Island East, 18 Westlands Road, Island East, Hong Kong, icepalace@swireproperties.com, https://www.cityplaza.com/en/ice-palace

    Mega Ice, L10 MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, +852 9181 1662, http://www.megaice.com.hk/

    The Rink at Elements, No. 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2196 8016, https://www.therinkltd.com/rinks/the-rink-elements-hk/

    Lohas Rink, 1 Lohas Park Rd, Lohas Park, Hong Kong,+852 2622 8400, info@lohasrink.com.hk, https://lohasrink.com.hk/index.php?lang=en

    DB Ice Rink, G/F, Block C, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 2234 0187, enquiry@dbicerink.com, https://www.dbicerink.com/en/home/

  • TABLE TENNIS LESSONS FOR KIDS HONG KONG (PING PONG): Academy For Various Ages + Private Tutor

    Ping over to the Hang Seng Table Tennis Academy for a bit of back-and-forth. It is ideal for children between 5 and 15 to hone their serves, back, and forehand strokes, and table tennis footwork. For one-on-one lessons, call Coach Cheung, who has been in many international competitions and now provides tailor-made lessons for kids and adults alike here in Hong Kong.

    Hang Seng Table Tennis Academy, Room 2009, Olympic Building, 1 Stadium Path, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2575 5330, https://hstta.hktta.org.hk/

    Table Tennis Class, +852 6354 1261, coachcheung@ymail.com, www.tabletenniscoach.com.hk


    If your little skaters and extreme inline skaters are looking for a place to practice their tricks, head to one of these hangouts where they’ll be able to look cool and play it safe. For workshops and classes designed for little adrenaline junkies, check out All Hong Kong Skateboards Association (AHKSA) in Chai Wan, they also organize fun skateboarding camps. Drop, cruise, and go. Note, many of the instructors will come to the park that is closest to you - give them a shout!

    Top Skateparks In Hong Kong - Click here for the full guide!



    Do you have a Wayne Gretzky in training? Sign junior up for a local hockey club! Local clubs are open to new and experienced players. To join The Penguins Club, which is coached by Mega Ice, register in person at Mega Ice. Also, check out the Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey run by former NHL player and captain of the New York Rangers Coach Barry Beck.

    The Penguins Club at Mega Ice, +852 2709 4023, http://megaice.com.hk/index.php/penguin-hockey-club

    Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey, +852 3713 2888, info@hkaih.orgwww.hkaih.org

    Lohas Rink, 1 Lohas Park Rd, Lohas Park, Hong Kong,+852 2622 8400, info@lohasrink.com.hk, https://lohasrink.com.hk/index.php?lang=en

    DB Ice Rink, G/F, Block C, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 2234 0187, enquiry@dbicerink.com, https://www.dbicerink.com/en/home/


    There's no need to waste time in the classroom getting qualified to snorkel or dive while you're on holiday. Instead, get your training done in Hong Kong. Splash offers the full range of PADI courses from Bubble Maker for little ones to Open Water Scuba Instructor and beyond for divers turning their hobby into their profession.

    Splash, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 2792 4495, info@splashhk.com, http://www.splashhk.com/


    In the YWCA Sport Academy classes, it’s the perfect chance to experience different kinds of sports which your little munchkin may not have tried before all in one go. Get a feel of the various sports while keeping active after school. Sports played in these classes include tennis, track & field, badminton, handball, mini-golf, dodgeball, basketball, soft baseball, soccer, mini hockey, and more. There’s surely a new sport for everyone to try. Classes are available for various ages!

    YWCA International Kids Club, 3/F, No.1 Macdonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3476 1340, clle@ywca.org.hkclle.ywca.org.hk

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