Hong Kong’s Coolest Ice Skating Rinks

Have Fun On The Ice At These Cool Ice Skating Rinks Across Hong Kong

Beat the heat with our list of ice rinks, compiled to help find the your nearest cool-off location. Whether you’re looking to perform some thrilling turns like a pro or slowly abandon you skating aid penguin as a beginner, we got you covered with the best ice rinks this summer!

  • Discovery Bay Ice Rink

    Professional Ice Skating Rink In Lantau

    For those living on Lantau Island, don’t worry, we made sure to remember you. Although this rink is still relatively on the new side, it’s quickly grown to become a crowd favorite. It’s spacious and feels professional, which is why it’s not shy of private training and occasional DB town skate parties. For our little skaters, there are handrails and skating aids, as well as courses available!

    Cost: Public sessions from HK$60

    Discovery Bay Ice Rink, G/F, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay,
    Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +85222340187, enquiry@dbicerink.com

  • Ice Palace

    Convenient Ice Skating Rink In Taikoo Shing

    Ice Palace is conveniently located in the Cityplaza Mall at the heart of Taikoo Shing. It’s known for its modern technology, especially as they were the first to offer self-rental services for skates in Hong Kong. A must for those who can’t wait to get on the ice. They also run regular courses, and are known for their figure skating.

    Cost: Public session from HK$80

    Ice Palace, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong, +85228448633,

  • LOHAS Ice Rink

    Largest Eco-Friendly Ice Skating Rink In Hong Kong

    As the name suggests, this rink is found in LOHAS Park in Tseung Kwan O. Its unique point is its status as the largest eco-friendly ice rink in Hong Kong! That’s right, it utilizes an organic carbon dioxide chiller plant system to think green in a fun way. Pretty cool, huh? Check out their courses and summer program.

    Cost: Public session from HK$75

    LOHAS Park, 1 LOHAS Park Road, New Territories, Hong Kong, +85226228400,

  • Sky Rink

    Classic Ice Rink In Sham Shui Po

    An oldie but goldie, Sham Shui Po’s Dragon Centre houses a rink with a unique charm. As an affordable option, Sky Rink often finds secondary school students stopping by for a refreshing playtime in the afternoon. Perhaps its most notable element is the now out-of-function indoor roller coaster viewable from the rink.

    Cost: Public session from HK$80

    Sky Rink, Dragon Centre, 37K Yen Chow St, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, +85223079264,

  • The Rink

    Pay With Your Octopus Card At This West Kowloon Ice Rink!

    This one’s a classic for a reason. The Elements Mall in West Kowloon hosts one of the most popular rinks in Hong Kong due to its non-traditional pricing method. Since you pay with your Octopus card for the number of minutes spent on the rink, the price is flexible and non-fixed. How ideal for those who may not want to commit to an hourly rate but still want to get on the ice!

    Cost: HK$1.5 per minute p, HK$20 for admission fee including skates (This fee will not be charged if you finish your session within 30 minutes.)

    The Rink, Shop G001, G/F, Elements, No. 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +85221968061,

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