Jump around! Bounce Inc. trampoline park opens at EMAX, Kowloon Bay

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Regular readers of this blog may recall that The Family T-T are pretty keen on trampolines. These (literally) breathless posts about North Point’s Ryze and DB’s Discoveryland had us building up a right old sweat on the springs and we’ve returned to both venues … Continue reading

A fun family staycation in Hong Kong at the Hyatt Regency, Sha Tin!

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A fun family staycation in Hong Kong at the Hyatt Regency, Sha Tin! Continue reading

Afternoon tea with kids at The Continental, Pacific Place, Hong Kong

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I do love a good afternoon tea. Perhaps it’s something to do with being British, although it should be noted that this most quintessentially English pursuit is, in fact, far more common in Hong Kong than back in the UK, … Continue reading

Where to buy kids’ swimwear online in Hong Kong

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So as my post about North Point’s secret swimwear shop has just shot back up the “most read” charts on the blog, I can only conclude that summer is well and truly here! While I’m happy to schlepp all over … Continue reading

Holy Crêpe! La Crêperie’s new restaurant opens in Causeway Bay

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(I know, but it was that or “Galette me entertain you”, so it really could’ve been worse.) Along with my good friend and fellow slave to the salted caramel Miss J, I am a big fan of La Crêperie – … Continue reading

The ultimate guide to beating the crowds at Ocean Park!

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Whether – like me – you’re a Disney-phobe or just fancy a day out with the smalls that involves cute aquatic creatures and fluffy mammals without having to get on a plane to Borneo, then Ocean Park is the place … Continue reading

Postnatal pampering: Restoring Mums Jamu massage and abdominal binding review

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All images courtesy of Restoring Mums Ask a brand new mum how she’s doing, and you’ll most likely get the stock response, “Fine! Just a little bit tired”, accompanied by the sort of winsome smile that Princess Diana pretty much … Continue reading

Bread Street Kitchen with kids review: family-friendly food (with a few F-words)

Accidental Tai-Tai Bread Street Kitchen HK

Well hello there! Please excuse the radio silence these last few weeks as I’ve been busy remembering how to operate a small baby without breaking it – or myself – in the process. On the plus side, this has resulted in a … Continue reading

Burger Circus swings into Hong Kong with kid-friendly eats and super-sweet treats

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Now, given that our last foodie review was also a burger joint (The Diner on Arbuthnot Rd to be precise – review right here!), I’d hate for you to get the wrong impression about our diet, and Young Master T-T’s … Continue reading

Short and Sweet Singapore: A long weekend in the Lion City with kids!

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I recently put together this piece on tackling Singapore in three days with a little one in tow for Playtimes Magazine. This was based on our own experience of a long weekend trip in the autumn (when we were also lucky enough … Continue reading