Kids Eat Hong Kong: Where to eat with kids this November!

Kids Eat Hong Kong November

Why not stave off the terrifying realisation that there are just six more weekends until Christmas with a nice meal out with the kids? With a 100% no turkey guarantee, these three foodie hotspots will happily feed your fam, allowing … Continue reading

Trick shots: mind-bending fun at the Hong Kong Trick Eye Museum!

Trickeye Museum Hong Kong

When I initially told Family T-T that we were off up The Peak last weekend to check out the Trick Eye Museum, everyone’s first reaction was “Err… what’s a Trick Eye Museum?”. Fair question, folks, and one I couldn’t really … Continue reading

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

Sparadise Urban Retreat and Gallery review

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

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

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Baumhaus Wan Chai review: From tiny acorns…

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

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

Pull Shapes! Pizza with the family at Motorino Soho

Fact: everyone loves pizza (quiet, you at the back). But not every pizza is made equal and over the years we’ve weathered the various disappointments of soggy bases, processed plasticky cheese and frankly horrifying toppings (Pizza Hut Hong Kong, I’m looking … Continue reading

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

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

Rooftop splashing and strolling at the brand new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park!

After a recent visit to über kid-friendly Singapore, Mr T-T and I were both in agreement that Hong Kong sorely lacks rooftop play areas. After all, we share a similar climate, have large commercial roof space aplenty, and yet it seems that our Lion … Continue reading