Tsuen Wan Neighborhood Family Guide – Hong Kong

Where to Explore, Eat, Shop And Play In Tsuen Wan

Tsuen Wan Park Hong Kong

Tsuen Wan became the neighborhood it is today largely because of its textile factories. Even though the textile industry has since declined, old factory buildings still remain, and it is now turning into a booming cultural hub for upcoming generations. If you are looking for a mixture of old and new Hong Kong with a beautiful hint of history, Tsuen Wan is the place for you.

  • Corefy Cafe Hong Kong

    Cafés & Specialised Eats

    Quirky And Innovative Café Finds In Tsuen Wan
    • Bench Café - This Japanese café serves the most delicious waffles on this side of town. This minimalistic location is covered with Earth tones and comfy benches all around.
    • Boundless by Reaction - Boundless is run by Reaction Coffee Roasters, a popular local roastery. Don't forget to order their Dutch baby pancake with a variety of toppings. YUM!
    • Corefy - Kids will surely love this camping-themed café. With little teepee tents and a keto-friendly menu available, do give this place a go!
    • Crown Mango Expert - Have a love for mangoes? This mango dessert shop offers authentic mangoes all the way from the Philippines! Each item on the menu is mixed with every combination you can think of! From mango mochi to the classic mango sticky rice, you'll surely have your mango fix in no time.
    • Friends of Years - On the lookout for more plant-based options? This quaint eatery has an all day plant-based set menu that includes burgers, risottos, bolognese and more!
    • Hikari Café - This two-storey café is a neighborhood favorite. Make sure to order the "Lotus Dirty Tiramisu" - Biscoff + tiramisu = heaven.
    • KobaNe by Minimal - A brand new café located in The Mills, KoBaNe by Minimal offers delicate Japanese plates and delicious desserts.
    • The Cats Tea Room - Some downtime at a cat café is always a good idea! Come visit Hong Kong's largest cat café for some treats, caffeine and non-stop cat belly rubbing.
  • Cube O Discovery Cafe

    Best Family-Friendly Restaurants In Tsuen Wan

    Continental And Asian Food For The Whole Family
    • Chalet - With its diverse menu and good selection of steaks, this cozy spot is also perfect for date night!
    • Cube O Café - Immerse yourself with the most unique underwater-themed dining experience!
    • Dumpling House - This dumpling restaurant is well-known for its sizable dumplings. What's amazing is that their soup-based dishes are MSG-free!
    • El Cerdo - Great place for tapas and paella to satisfy your cravings.
    • Green Common - Their menu is filled with nutritious food fuelled by plants. Their signature dishes include chia power with sweet potato fries and Omnipork luncheon.
    • Kitchen Corner - For your burger fix, check out this location which serves yummy Western classics at amazingly affordable prices that range from burgers and fries to shakes.
    • Magic Touch - Have your delicious Japanese meals delivered via a mini-replica of the Shinkansen bullet train. How fun!
    • Old Fung Tea House - If you and your family are having a dim sum craving, do give this place a visit!
  • Home Baking Day Tsuen Wan

    Indoor and Outdoor Activities

    Things To Do In Tsuen Wan
    • Candy Park by Cinema City - Candy Park is Hong Kong's first-ever ultimate family-friendly movie experience! Seats are made ultra comfy just for parents and kids.
    • Cube O Discovery Park - Cube O Discovery Park is perfect for those obsessed with the wonders of the ocean. Allow yourselves to immerse in a simulated underworld environment and learn about oceanic creatures through games.
    • Dragon Bowling - Looking for a place for some serious bowling fun? Dragon Bowling also offers classes (especially for those looking to do some competitive bowling), and birthday parties and is also equipped with a snack bar and a couple of billiards tables.
    • Home Baking Day - With a few locations around Hong Kong - this is the ultimate place for those looking for a perfect baking session where we don't have to worry about what ingredients we need or dealing with a small kitchen space.
    • Namco - Located in D-Park, Namco is a fun Japanese Game Center where lots of families love to spend their weekend afternoons in.
    • Sam Tung Uk  Museum - It is a restored Hakka rural walled village that tells us more about New Territories’ villagers.
    • Shing Mun Reservoir - There are a few hiking trails around the area, so do plan accordingly! The surface of the reservoir walk is mostly flat which is highly recommended for families. With just a quick mini-bus ride from the Tsuen Wan MTR station, you'll be able to get your dose of nature and if you do spot some monkeys, remind your little ones to keep their distance and not to feed them.

    **For an updated list of easy hikes with kids in Hong Kong - click here!

    • The Mills - An addition to the arts and culture scene, The Mills was completed in 2018 and has also become a fabulous place for business and retail. Click here for a quick guide!
    • Tsuen Wan Park - This park is equipped with a good number of play areas, cycling tracks, an amphitheater, and more! If you are looking for seaside views, you can make your way from the park to the waterfront promenade.
    • Tsuen Wan Plaza Play Garden - Located at L5 of Tsuen Wan Plaza, comes an adorable outdoor playground your kids will surely enjoy. Don't forget to check out their tire swing and their colorful rainbow play area.
    • Western Monastery - The Western Monastery is a Buddhist institution designed to replicate the Chinese palace. A great escape for those looking for some tranquility allowing yourself to take a quick break from city life.
  • D-Park Tsuen Wan


    Family-Friendly Malls With Facilities In Tsuen Wan
    • Citywalk - It is Hong Kong's first green shopping mall, with a vast collection of retail shopping brands.
    • D-Park - An amazing family-friendly mall filled with facilities such as a nursery, breastfeeding rooms and more! It also includes an indoor playground found on its ground floor, and lets not forget Candy Park Cinema!
    • OP Mall - Located above Tsuen Wan West Station, is the largest waterfront shopping mall in Hong Kong,
    • Tsuen Wan Plaza - Here comes a shopping mall that was constructed on reclaimed land from the old Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier that has more than 130 restaurants and shops combined.

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