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- A must do when in Hong Kong. If you visit the track, it’s easy to get there by Taxi. If you are visiting from overseas, you can take your passport and go to the members entrance and for $130 HKD gain access to the members area for the night.
A great tip is go on line and book the Adrenaline club for the evening. It only costs $100 HKD per person and entry to the club includes a free drink. You enter from the street side near members entry II. The club opens about an hour before the first race.
You have a great view of the track and can go outside to watch the race and stay inside in the aircon in between.Written 4 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Sha Tin Racecourse held many exciting events!
One of them is Sasa Ladies' Silver Bag Day, which is one of the annual horse racing events.
The theme this year was fashionable horse racing, and the participating ladies dressed in gorgeous outfits and adorned various types of hats and accessories 👒, showcasing their charming style.
Moreover, this year they invited the Malaysian goddess Lin Mingzhen to join, allowing people not only to enjoy the horse races but also to catch a glimpse of her beauty and elegance. It is definitely a double delight for both the eyes and the soul! In addition, WHIZZ was invited to perform songs, adding to the lively atmosphere.
There are also many themed photo spots and specialty foods waiting for the audience to enter. Watching the exciting horse races 🐎 while savoring delicious food is definitely an unforgettable experience.
The audience entering the event can also receive a commemorative lapel pin to wear, making you the coolest member of the entire event!
#ezukokolife #ezukokoshatin #ShaTinRacecourse #SasaLadiesSilverBagDayWritten 18 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great experience - drinks are not cheap but the atmosphere is unbelievable. Put this on your bucket list! Three day of excitement and walking distance from Island Line MTR stationsWritten 26 April 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- It’s a very nice VR game centre as they got many choices of games. We chose the signature Zombie jail to start, it looks so real and make me scared. It was so exciting. We chose a Japanese style game as well and make Me feel like In Japan.Written 20 July 2020
- The BEST VR experience, great fun, great staff and a workout too ;) (let's ignore the fact that I came last in my group :( )Written 23 February 2023
- Went for a friend's birthday and had a great time racing against everyone. Snacks and drinks are basic but cheap, and the competitive driving experience is awesome. Definitely worth a go with friends, if you're into that sort of thingWritten 19 March 2019
- Elements Mall which is above the Kowloon MTR station has an ice skating rink. Although, I did not use the rink, i did observe that the rink was separated by barriers so that the outer area of the rink was for skaters circling the rink and the inner portion was for learners and those practicing and improving skills. This allowed everyone access without bumping into each other. We noticed areas for changing and skates rentals. Lots of open areas for watching also.Written 5 May 2023
- Kids 9 and over can go in without adults. Child had a birthday party with friends so took 7 friends in and had a great time. The experience was meaningful and adventurous. The guide was great. There’s space for the parents to wait.
Not good for people who are scared of the dark. Don’t wear anything that has lights or glows in the dark (some of the kids had light-up shoes but DE (Dialogue Experience)has flip flops on loan).
Located in D2 One, at Lai Chi Kok MTR exit D2 - easy to find. Access via lift from the office entrance or from the mall.Written 5 April 2023
- A park with lots to do especially the Reptile House where my kids spent quite some time there amazed by the creatures that they don’t encounter much in their daily lives. It’s conveniently connected to the V City that we had lunch there after the morning at the park.Written 26 August 2023
- Mong joker stadium in Hong Kong is small but it’s nice and the people in the stands give the stadium a great atmosphere. I was there for an AFC cup game and although there were only around 3,000 people the stadium was almost full and it was really loud. I recommend going to a football game here and ticket prices are cheap .Written 24 April 2019
- A short visit to the Snoopy World is well worth the time (if you're within Sha Tin). It's free, and albeit a little small, children would have fun with this.Written 3 May 2019
- A small venue for sports and gatherings. Intimate atmosphere because of the size.
Mind the traffic when dispersing. Narrow streets leading to more narrow streets.Written 13 January 2017
- Great place to take your kids for a few hours of trampoline fun. We were not told its 2 floors hence we stayed on main level and later on discovered the 1 floor part of the venue. 4* only as it was quiet dirty with rubbish left everywhere and socks lying around. Staff friendly and helpful.Written 20 July 2022
- When we went to Hung Shing Temple we found it.
I visited the playroom with my two girls.They are two and four years old. There are a lot of little thing toys and Thomas table. but my two girls like the kitchen area mostly. The playroom toys and floor are clean. We stayed there have fun 2 hours before our dinner.That's good place for us.
PS:Don't forget to bring a sock.Must be sock on to go in.Written 25 February 2013
- Families searching for child-friendly things to do will find Glacier Ice Rink at Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong. This is a small leisure rink that can be a good way to spend time on hot and bad weather days during trips to Hong Kong.
Rink open hours are 10.30am to 9pm during the week and 1-10pm on weekends. Skating price is HK$60 per person during the week and HK$75-85 per person on weekends depending on session time. Locker storage is available (HK$7).
Note that skating sessions are very crowded on weekends and public holidays as many locals hit the ice at on those days. Ice resurfacing is scheduled for 12.30, 3 and 5.30pm on weekdays and 12.30, 3, 5.30 and 8pm. During off sessions you can catch youth ice-skating performances and weekend ice-hockey games. These can be fun to watch for a few minutes as well.Written 19 November 2018
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