Need ideas for birthday party venues for teenagers? Hong Kong has some truly amazing party venues that you simply can’t recreate at home. We had teenagers with all interests and abilities in mind, from classics like bowling to innovations like being creative in blacklight studio! The trick is to find their niche interest, something immersive that they have to try hands-on before claiming it’s lame in protest.
If you have an aspiring actor or actress at home, why not opt for a unique Murder Mystery party. Harbour Secrets offers just this and more! Founders Clarissa (aka the Director of Mystery) and Polina (aka the Chief Mama-san) wrote a birthday event for a friend, which became a roaring success. They turned into a company when people kept asking for more. They offer various packages for Private and Corporate Events. Make sure to dress up, get into character and have fun!
Harbour Secrets, https://www.harboursecrets.com/
Another unique idea is a private bus tour on a decked-out super stylish double decker with purple neon lights and compartments decorated with more than 100,000 Swarovski Crystals! Teens get to see Hong Kong from a new angle and the Crystal Bus offers its visitors a memorable experience. The team can also arrange a variety of food for their guests, and prices are flexible. Options include the Michelin-rated dim sum, Chinese, Western food, and desserts!
If you have a creative, artsy teenager that likes to think outside the box, Sketch Studios might seal the deal. Their art party sessions encourage teenagers to think outside the box and to be edgy and funny; therefore, anything ridiculous, funny, and/or crazy is well encouraged. There are plenty of creative props on offer, so they can messily create like no one’s watching! In this wonderful space of creative freedom, everything around the participants, including them and their friends, is a canvas.
Laser Tag has been all the rage for a while with the teens, and for good reasons! This is the ideal thing to do when it's raining, Hong Kong style, or it's simply too hot to do anything outside. Laser tag is the perfect venue if you have a teen at home that's a bit of an adrenaline junky. It requires teamwork, stamina, and a good eye! Laser Woods is only available for group events and bookings, so ideal for your teen’s birthday! Resaler also transports to a unique sci-fi world with laser guns and maze-like low-light venues adorned with neon lights.
Laser Woods, Room 1, 8/F, Front Block, Wah Fat Industrial Building, 10-14 Kung Yip Street, Kwai Chung, New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 9341 5660, email@example.com, https://www.laserwoods.com.hk/
If you have a star in the making on your hands or just a very extroverted and fun-loving teenager, singing their heart out without thinking what you or the neighbors think could leave them very fulfilled. Hit up one of Hong Kong’s karaoke venues such as Red MR, Neway, or Music Box, where they can have a private party and a friendly audience!
Red MR, Various locations including 2/F, 5 Tonnochy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 3125 3333, Info Here
Neway, Various locations including 2-8 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2137 9777, www.newaykb.com
Ryze Ultimate Trampoline Park lives up to its name. It comprises 50 interconnected trampolines that range from flat bouncy surfaces to ninja obstacle courses and trapezes! You can also book a private party and get an Exclusive Extreme Air Sports Experience, which honestly sounds like the ultimate party for adrenaline-seeking teenagers.
Ryze Ultimate Trampoline Park, 3/F, 321 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong, +852 8191 6817, www.ryzehongkong.com
Escape rooms are perhaps as immersive as it gets without VR. Kids have to use their intellectual and physical abilities, creative thinking, and manage under pressure to solve puzzles based on pre-set scenarios. Escape rooms are amazing for teenagers; it’s an exhilarating, bonding, and intellectually stimulating experience that leaves players with valuable lessons about themselves and problem-solving even if they “fail” to escape. There are various escape rooms scattered around the city, from Causeway Bay to Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui!
Lost Hong Kong, No. 15, Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, http://www.losthk.com/
Freeing Hong Kong, Pakpolee Commercial Centre, 1A Sai Yeung Choi St, Mong Kok, https://www.freeinghk.com/#ENG
Sandbox VR, 4/F, Tern Plaza, 5 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2311 9995, https://sandboxvr.com/
The biggest climbing gym in Hong Kong is bound to be the perfect choice for some teenagers who love a challenge and an opportunity to test their physical limits in a safe environment. It’s great for bonding with friends, incredibly healthy, and super inspiring – maybe they spend the next birthday braving a real mountain, or rock climbing turns into a beautiful hobby!
Chillax Party is a faux pool party venue that makes up for the lack of water with a glowing ball pit full of different floaties. The fun doesn’t stop where the “pool” ends, though – the venue also features Jenga, pool tables (another fun pool that isn’t a pool), darts, ping pong, and more! Its sister venue Ho Sik Town offers human glow-in-the-dark foosball and its own glowing, unicorn-themed ball pit.
Ho Sik Town, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, Facebook Page
A classic, and for a reason, blowing is a go-to birthday party option and will forever be featured on our lists, especially as there are so many fantastic and versatile options in Hong Kong. Retro, competitive, but super fun even if you suck, good for motoric skills and applied physics, with snacks and drinks galore, maybe even karaoke or pool thrown in the mix, bowling is simply a timeless crowd pleaser!
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