Looking for an Alibi: Spanish family Sunday brunch at Cordis, Mong Kok!

Accidental Tai-Tai Alibi Cordis Hotel Brunch

We recently headed over to Mong Kok and the newly rebranded Cordis Hotel (previously known as Langham Place) to test-drive Sunday brunch with the kids at Alibi – Wine, Dine, Be Social (to give it its full and cumbersome name).Alibi, as … Continue reading

Eat, drink and explore Tai O with kids: The definitive family guide!

Accidental Tai-Tai Tai O With Kids

As with seemingly anywhere in Asia that has canals, the internet optimistically proclaims the sleepy Lantau village of Tai O to be the “Venice of the Orient”. Hmm. So, while I don’t want to overstate Tai O’s charms, it does … Continue reading

Everything is Awesome (part three!): Lego Robotics at Safari Kid!

Accidental Tai-Tai Safari Kid

As mum to a completely Lego-obsessed four year old, (see here for where we shop for our bricks, and here for details of our trip to Legoland Malaysia!), I was pretty excited when we were recently invited to come along … Continue reading

Label your swag for less with a StickerKid reader discount!

Stickerkid Hong Kong

I’m going to be totally honest here; we’re not an overly organised household. This also extends to my son’s school kit – despite my best efforts with a permanent market, it’s a rare day that Master T-T comes home with … Continue reading

Escape the city! Five Family Days Out Off Hong Kong Island

Accidental Tai-Tai days out in Hong Kong

As a resident of the deepest wilds of the New Territories (well, Discovery Bay), I’m often on the lookout for things to do with my kids that don’t involve a trip to the Hong Kong hustle, and over the years, … Continue reading

COMPETITION CLOSED! Win family tickets to Hairy Maclary’s Cat Tales and The Witches, live in Hong Kong!

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THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED – THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK PART!   The good folks over at ABA Productions are responsible for bringing some of the coolest theatre productions to Hong Kong, with a particular focus on great kids’ entertainment. They’re … Continue reading

Sparadise Urban Retreat and Gallery review

Sparadise Wellington Street

As someone who loves to be pampered but is also a bit of a product junkie, it’s fair to say that I’m probably slathering WAY too many chemicals on my skin every day in the name of beauty. So when … Continue reading

Yum Yum Yamm! Brunch with kids at The Mira Hong Kong

Yamm Family Brunch

As with traditional afternoon tea, the boozy brunch buffet is a Hong Kong institution, perfect for those who have a reasonable disposable income, hours of leisure time to while away of a weekend and a robust tolerance to daytime drinking – i.e. people … Continue reading

Baumhaus Wan Chai review: From tiny acorns…

baumhaus hong kong review

For a city seemingly full of small children, there are surprisingly few places in Hong Kong to hang out with young kids. Rosie Jean’s on Caine Road is a good bet, as is Café 8 as it has plenty of … Continue reading

Hong Kong DolphinWatch: pink dolphin tour review

Hong Kong DolphinWatch

This city of ours has plenty going for it – low crime, world-class dining and excellent public transport all contribute to making Hong Kong a great place to live. And while we all know that Mother Nature is just on … Continue reading