Located right on the North-Eastern side of the Kowloon Harbor – Kowloon Bay was once a former part of Ngau Tau Kok’s busy industrial area. And, let’s not forget previously a direct transport hub to the old Kai Tak International Airport. From fun indoor activities and lots of indoor playgrounds to the best places to eat and shop, – read on for the best places to visit in Kowloon Bay and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Café Med - Café Med is a teddy-themed café, where its cozy atmosphere provides a place for you to enjoy Western cuisine surrounded by adorable teddy bears with your friends and family.
Coti the Bistro - Coti the Bistro grew from humble beginnings as a coffee shop. Do give their honeycomb coffee a try, which comes in three parts: a spoonful of honeycomb, a glass of milk, and a shot of espresso.
Lungo - Hidden away in the quiet alleys of Kowloon Bay is Lungo, a petite café serving savory bagels. Their green tea flavor paired with black sesame latte is a must-try!
Sip - This eco-friendly café spells all things sustainable! From compostable paper cups, bowls, plates and boxes to recycled coffee grounds! If you love anything plant-based, come check this place out.
Tokei Café - This is a Japanese café that provides a wide range of organic, healthy choices.
Cafe & Meal Muji - Muji throughout the last few years, has evolved their brand into a lovely dining concept for loyal customers to enjoy by serving meals inspired by their most popular snacks.
Chill Inn - This restaurant serves modern Southeast Asian cuisine and also has a pet playground for your little fur friends. You can also browse through their in-house pet shops.
Hoi Hoi Pancake House - This place produces Hawaiian-style pancakes using premium Japanese ingredients. If you are looking for airy, fluffy - Japanese pancakes this is the place to visit, we also suggest for you to order their famous maple syrup pancakes.
Solé - A French bistro located in Megabox that has a good variety of set menu options for lunch and dinner. Also a perfect location for date night!
The Point Pizza and Pasta - With different locations found all over Hong Kong, you can never go wrong with comfort innovative pizzas and Italian food!
E Cube Club - One of Hong Kong’s largest indoor playgrounds for kids.
GH Cinema at Megabox - If you are looking for the ultimate IMAX movie experience to enjoy with family, Megabox has some of the best sound systems in the city.
Ice-Skating at Mega Ice - The first international ice rink in Hong Kong that hosts ice hockey leagues due to its massive size.
Jungle Kid Venture - Located in Megabox, Jungle Kidventure is a playhouse combined with an adorable forest theme.
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal - Formerly Hong Kong's first airport is now transformed into the ultimate family-friendly outdoor location. It is an amazing place packed with harbor views and a large open area where you can enjoy a relaxing day out with family, friends and pets.
KIDNETIC - This indoor playground provides active, sporty kids with proper gymnastics equipment that is FIG certified imported all the way from Europe.
Kowloon Bay International Trade And Exhibition Center (KITEC) - In previous years, KITEC has played host to some of Hong Kong's exhibitions, concerts and entertainment events.
Namco Sportainment Arena - Jampacked with 9 major game areas, kids can enjoy playing virtual handball, indoor archery, basketball, football and more!
The Wonderful World of Whimsy - An indoor playground that provides various amusement facilities, suitable for kids and adults.
Zero Carbon Park - It is not just a beautiful garden for families to enjoy, but also comes with an exhibition hall, education center, and information hub that focuses on design and lifestyle. All things eco-friendly can be found in this location.
Amoy Plaza - A favorite amongst residents as it is the most accessible mall to those living around the area. It also has a good number of restaurants and has its own cinema.
Megabox -With its bright exterior, it is not hard to miss from across the harbor when you are exploring the Eastern side of the city. This shopping mall has a whooping 19 floors with so much to explore, so much to do!
Telford Plaza - Connected directly to the Kowloon Bay MTR station, Telford Plaza is the district’s oldest shopping arcade.
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