Ready, set, strike a pose! Head indoors for some bowling fun with the fam. From bowling alleys with bumper lanes for tots to the best places to throw a bowling birthday bash (karaoke optional) and where to buy gear, we’ve got you covered. Roll on! Here is the guide to the best bowling alleys in Hong Kong (including favorites in Central, Causeway Bay, Sai Kung, And Whampoa).
Hidden in the shopping complex of Belair Gardens estate in Sha Tin, Belair Bowling Centre is popular among residents and people living in the neighborhood. Replete with 28-lanes, four of which are bumper lanes, a bargain cafe, and pool tables, it's a fun zone to spend a day with your kiddies. Advance booking is available for members. For non-members, walk-ins cost only HK$37 per game on weekdays and HK$47 per game on weekends.
Belair Bowling Centre, Shop 4, Level 2, Phase 1, Belair Garden Shopping Arcade, 52 Tai Chung Kiu Road, Shatin, Hong Kong, +852 2649 9022, Facebook Page
Dragon Bowling not only has multiple branches across Hong Kong but also around the world. They have 4 branches in the city and all the centers offer professional and leisure training classes for kids. All branches also have pro shops to buy or rent gear. Tuen Mun Bowling Centre and Mei Lok Bowling Centre have 30 and 24 bumper lanes respectively - great for tots and beginners! Their branch in Tsuen Wan called U.S. Dacos has 32 lanes and offers cool birthday bowling packages (as does all 4 branches)!
Dragon Bowling, various locations across Hong Kong, http://www.dragonbowling.com/
Thunder Bowl is a great go-to place for casual fun, especially if you want to throw a party. Out of its 22 modernized lanes, only two are 'bumper lanes' for kids. Their VIP rooms (HK$2,000 for two hours) can partition those two lanes for an exclusive private space. These lanes are lit to give the party an extra disco feel! They also offer private coaching sessions. Other facilities at this hangout place include a pool table, internet stations, a pro shop, and a restaurant.
Thunder Bowl, Shop 2, B-1, Site 8, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2122 9822, http://www.thunderbowl.com.hk/
South China Athletic Association, a non-profit sports organization, has offered a wide array of sports and activities for over a century! The venue has four bumper lanes out of its 60 bowling lanes and has a café and a pro shop. Membership is required to use the facilities (HK$200 per annum), on weekdays, pay only HK$28 per game, and up to HK$43 per game on weekends.
SCAA Bowling Centre, 88 Caroline Hill Road, (near Causeway Bay and Happy Valley), Hong Kong, +852 2890 8528, http://www.scaa.org.hk/
Formerly the Mei Foo Bowling World, the management has relocated and opened a new center in Tsuen Wan. The sprawling 50,000 square foot center has a café, digital dart machine, pro shop, and even foot reflexology! It features 22 lanes that kids can go wild on (bumpers may be arranged). They also organize training, open league and tournaments for the public as well as birthday parties and events.
Magic Fun Bowling World, LG1, Bayview Garden, 633 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2116 1498, Facebook Page
The Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) offers Outdoor Bowling Greens in Sai Kung, Sha Tin, Tai Po, Tuen Mun, and Wan Chai. Most of them have six rinks that allow a maximum of eight players in a rink at any time. Booking can be done on the spot or at a booking office and most of them also provide training courses!
Outdoor Bowling Greens, Click here
Tikitiki Bowling In Sai Kung, http://www.tikitiki.hk/
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