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Things to Do on Rainy Days in Hong Kong 2024

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Rainy days in Hong Kong don’t have to be boring. Instead of staying cooped up, seize the day with these engaging indoor activities for adults and kids. Ditch the rainy day blues and try playing interactive games with friends or find unique indoor spots to safely explore and make the most of the wet weather.

01. Ice-Skating

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An epicenter for creating fantastic, unique memories, the Discovery Bay Ice Rink offers active family fun and thrilling competition alike. As Hong Kong’s international-sized skating rink, it raises the bar with a brand new experience boasting state-of-the-art amenities and a professional coaching staff. From recreational outings to elite training, DB Ice Rink delivers an unparalleled skating adventure.

DB Ice Rink, G/F, DB Plaza, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

02. Bomb Battle


Experience an adrenaline-fueled adventure at Bomb Battle, an immersive mission game demanding problem-solving skills and teamwork. With interactive gameplay and pulse-pounding challenges, you’ll need to work together seamlessly or face explosive consequences in this thrilling test of wits.

Bomb Battle, Flat B 3/F, Contempo Place, 81 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

03. Go-Karting

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18 Challenge offers an exhilarating indoor go-karting circuit with 18 challenging turns modeled after famous F1 racing tracks. Drivers can hit speeds up to 50 km/h on the 460-meter professionally designed track with electric go-karts and real-time race data.

18 Challenge, S1, 2/F, Oi Man Plaza, 60 Chung Hau St, Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong

04. Indoor Surfing


Experience the thrill of surfing indoors on their state-of-the-art FlowRider. Simulating authentic ocean waves, this cutting-edge surf environment delivers an exhilarating ride whether you’re a seasoned pro or just catching your first wave.

Ground Swell, Shop L601, 6/F, AIRSIDE, 2 Concorde Rd, Kai Tak, Hong Kong

05. Bowling

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Step into an island-inspired oasis at Tikitiki Bowling Bar. This tropical paradise boasts 10 disco-lit bowling lanes surrounded by palm trees, wooden furnishings, and Polynesian decor galore. Sip on decadent exotic cocktails served in coconut shells and tiki mugs while hitting the lanes with friends. An indoor-outdoor bar and live music lounge complete the laidback, beachy vibe. It’s a strike for fun night out.

Tikitiki Bowling Bar, 4/F, Centro, Urban Entertainment Centre, 1A Chui Tong Rd, Sai Kung, Hong Kong