The Big Thing at The Mills (Tseun Wan, Hong Kong)

Today we went to the Big Thing, an indoor playroom at The Mills in Tseun Wan, Hong Kong. The place is not huge, but it is beautifully designed. J said he loved the wooden play equipment. They are not the ones you would commonly find in the usual playrooms in Hong Kong. There are areas … Continue reading The Big Thing at The Mills (Tseun Wan, Hong Kong)

Jordan Valley Park – fun race tracks for remote control cars

Today we went to Jordan Valley Playground to let J to play with his remote control cars and truck.It was a lovely warm day. J enjoyed it a lot. The park is spacious so even though there were quite a bit of people in the park today, it didn't feel very crowded. We played in … Continue reading Jordan Valley Park – fun race tracks for remote control cars

Home Baking Day at Park Central, Tseung Kwan O

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Lamma Island

What a lovely day to visit Lamma Island. We had a yummy lunch at a cafe. Then we walked around the village and hiked for a while. I wanted to take J to see the windmill up the mountain but there was not enough time so we will go next time. J said he enjoyed … Continue reading Lamma Island

Sai Wan Ho ferry ride

After we visited the Kwun Tong Promenade (A) as described in my last post, we headed to the Pier to take a ferry to Sai Wan Ho (B). https://youtu.be/195-ouloH4U The ride was around 10 minutes. We enjoyed it a lot. After we got off the ferry we paid our fare by Octopus Card. The Pier … Continue reading Sai Wan Ho ferry ride

Kwun Tong Promenade and Sensory Garden

J is on Easter holiday this week. We planned our mini day trip for today: Kwun Tong Sensory Garden and the Promenade (A) --> Ferry to Sai Wan Ho (B) --> Quarry Bay Playground (C). The Sensory Garden (a mini playground) in Kwun Tong Promenade is small with a few play structures. It is more … Continue reading Kwun Tong Promenade and Sensory Garden

Tong Ming Street Park

Tong Ming Street Park is one of the parks that we always go in our area. It has two medium sized playgrounds, one for above 5 years old, one for below 5. The play facilities are fairly new, and the park area is very clean. There are toilets right to the playground. J was 1 … Continue reading Tong Ming Street Park

Meeting with Amy @HOW

I rarely have some decent pictures with J so this set of pictures mean so much to me. It documents our happy memories. Photo: Amy Little Stories - the Moments by Amy I love prictures that reflect the real me. Venue: HOW Address: 3/F, Block AB, How Ming Factory Building, 99 How Ming Street, Kwun … Continue reading Meeting with Amy @HOW

Playright Children’s Play Association event at Victoria Park March 2019

I am a big fan of the activities organised by Playright Children's Play Association. Today I brought J to Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to join their event (賽馬會智樂社區綠化遊樂場2019), as mentioned in my previous post. J loved and played almost all the activities there. I like to see all the kids having so much fun … Continue reading Playright Children’s Play Association event at Victoria Park March 2019