top 0

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get our top stories delivered straight to your inbox.

Copyright © 2024 LOCALIIZ | All rights reserved

Egg-cellent Camps for Your Kids this Easter

By Jenny Leung 21 March 2019
The Easter holidays are fast approaching, and while it's great getting to spend some quality time with your kids, you might be faced with the reality that they're more interested in staring at their iPads. So to help you keep your little ones engaged on the educational side, while still letting them have heaps of fun, we've rounded up some of the coolest camps for kids this Easter.

[pro_ad_display_adzone id="73367"]

For Active Kids

Hong Kong Football Academy

The Hong Kong Football Academy's famed football camps have built a reputation for fast-tracking kids' development in all aspects of football, without forgetting to focus on fun and building friendships of course. No matter what skill level they're at, the Academy's Easter programme for kids has been designed in a way that allows students to learn organically in a progressive step-by-step format. Available in single classes or a week-long block, these are perfect for your footie-mad kids. When: April 15 - 20 (Block one) / April 22 - 27 (Block two) Where: Indian Recreation Club, 63 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay How much: $300 - $2,000 Click here for more information


Whether you've got a little star athlete on your hands or you just want your kids to get active, Sport4Kids has a series of holiday camps that cater to a litany of sporting preference. Everything from an Atom Easter Camp, which mixes sports such as gymnastics, taekwondo, and dance, together with the teachings of Mandarin, to a Safari Kid Easter Camp where aside from teaching the kiddies a range of sports, there will also be fun activities involving arts and crafts to get their creative juice flowing. Click here to find out more about each camp. When: April 15 - 30 Where: Locations vary How much: Prices vary Click here for more information

Hebe Haven Yacht Club

Hebe Haven Yacht Club is a great option for getting your kids outside and taking in some fresh air during the holidays. There are loads of great activities going on during the Yacht Club's Adventure Watersports Week such as sailing, day trips to the outer islands of Sai Kung, beach games, mini-Olympics, and kayaking. There are two separate blocks of classes available in April, so don't worry if you missed out on the first round, as you can still catch the second week. When: April 15 - 19 (Block one) / April 22 - 26 (Block two) Where: 10.5 Miles Hiram's Highway, Pak Sha Wan, Sai Kung How much: $2,900 (members) / $3,800 (non-members) Click here for more information

Hong Kong Development Basketball League

Dribbling, throwing, jumping, and catching – basketball is a wonderful sport that can put every muscle to work, helping your child develop total body coordination as well as motor skills from a young age. If your little girls want to get in on the action, then the HKDBL Easter Training Camp is the place to be. Apart from being the first all-girls basketball training camp for the English-speaking community in Hong Kong, the camp will also be led by none other than ex-WNBA guard, Brandi McCain, and current FIBA forward, Toccara Ross. Sign-ups are until April 14, so hurry! When: April 17 - 19 Where: Australian International School Hong Kong, 3A Norfolk Road, Kowloon Tong How much: $1,000 - $1,700 Click here for more information
Sponsored feature

The 5th Position Method

Master trainer and founder of The 5th Position Method – developed to educate, nurture, and inspire dancers to reach their full artistic potential – Victoria Vargas will be teaching a series of taste/introductory classes over the Easter weekend. So put on those ballet shoes and jeté your way through Easter! When: April 20, 21, 27 & 28 Where: Viva International Ballet School, 11/F, 30 Hollywood Road, Central How much: $300 for two classes Click here for more information

For Kids Who Can't Get Enough of School

 Coast to Coast

This exclusive Monday to Friday residential camp offers the quintessential British boarding school experience. Not only will your little ones be surrounded by stunning facilities with a top-notch teaching pedigree to boot, but its expert English curriculum also means they will get to learn about both the traditional elements of top British boarding schools, as well as other aspects like business and innovation, to compromise the modern city that we live in. Don't worry though, it's not all work, as the courses come with a sporting component where kids can receive training from some of the best tutors in Hong Kong. When: April 15 - 19 Where: Harrow International School Hong Kong, 38 Tsing Ying Road, Tuen Mun How much: Contact for details on prices Click here for more information

Hong Kong Institute of Languages

With a language program that involves drama, storytelling, music, and games, The Hong Kong Institute of Languages' Easter Camp strikes the perfect balance between fun and learning. And it's not just limited to languages, as the institute offers a huge range of workshops that cover everything from art to science — all with a twist to encourage kids' language abilities. When: April 16 - 26 Where: 6/F, Wellington Plaza, 56-58 Wellington Street, Central How much: Contact for details on prices Click here for more information

For Kids Who Love Science and Technology

First Code Academy

With technology being such a large part of our lives every day, getting your little ones to develop an inherent love and confidence with advanced computing is not a bad thing. First Code Academy can help you do just that. Splitting camps into different age groups, the school is able to challenge the minds of kids aged between four to 18, with a curriculum of various levels on subjects such as robotics, coding, 3D printing, app development, animation, and more. When: April 15 - 26 Where: Locations vary How much: Contact for details on prices Click here for more information

Science Workshop: Easter Odyssey

With hands-on activities that combine science, mathematics, and technology, the Easter Odyssey at Science Workshop is the perfect destination for little ones over the holidays. Kids can choose from three different programmes, all of which will allow them to dive into the world of tech and science, as they discover everything from the wonderful biology behind eggs to constructing their own basket. This is definitely a good option to get your kids ahead of the game before the school term starts again. When: April 16 - 26 Where: 1305, Universal Trade Centre, 3 Arbuthnot Road, Central How much: $680 - $2,040 Click here for more information

 For Creative Kids

Rumple & Friends

Join Rumple and Friends for some Easter fun. During the week, students will create Easter themed arts and crafts, learn fun songs and dances, and get up to all sorts with puppetry, magic, and even circus acts. And as a treat for parents, a special play will be performed on the final day of the camp to show them just how much fun their kids have had. So if you're looking for something unique to keep your little ones inspired this Easter, be sure to sign them up. When: April 15 - 19 Where: 5B, 5/F, Kin On Commercial Building, 49-51 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan How much: $2,000 Click here for more information

Banana Art Club

Taking a slightly alternative approach, the Banana Art Club takes art lessons to a whole new level by throwing mixed media, manga and cartoons, painting, sketching, and fashion design into the mix. The camps are in short bursts so your kids don't have to give up too big a chunk of their precious holiday time, while still giving them something to do during the day. When: March 25 - May 27 (except public holidays) Where: Flat 49, 14/F, Eton Tower, 8 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay How much: $398 - $590 Click here for more information

Faust International Youth Theatre

Faust International are definitely the pros when it comes to the wonderful world of theatre and performing arts. Not only are its sought-after holiday programmes great for developing kids' talents on stage, but they also provide solid confidence-building and social development in a unique way. The Easter programmes include a Theatre Camp where mini actors or actresses can learn more about the basic skills and knowledge of drama, a Creative Writing Camp for young writers to enrich their writing skills while creating fun and imaginative stories, as well as Play in a Day, where a performance will be put on at the end of this one-day workshop. Whatever it is they choose, they're bound to have oodles of fun here. When: April 15 - 18 (Block one) / April 23 - 26 (Block two)  Where: 5/F, Nan Dao Commercial Building, 359 & 361 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan How much: $890 - $2,400 Click here for more information

For the Hungry Kids

Complete Deelite

Sweet treat maestros Complete Deelite have some amazing cooking classes up their sleeves this Easter. Whether it's a gravity-defying Easter cake, some meringue kisses cookies, or a batch of bunny-licious doughnuts, these folks have got your little ones covered. All supplies and tools are provided in class so all they have to do is get your hands dirty and start baking. When: March 23 - April 26 Where: Complete Deelite, 2/F, On Lan Centre, On Lan Centre, Central, How much: $650 (one workshop); $1,100 (two workshops); $1,500 (all three!) Click here for more information

The Mixing Bowl

This culinary school is well respected among budding adult bakers, so you know your little bakers will be in safe hands at their Junior Baker Easter Camp. Five specially designed classes will take your kids on a culinary journey throughout the week, giving them the chance to explore everything from the culture and history of food from around the world to learning all the basic skills and recipes needed for independent living – it's never too early! When: April 15 Where: The Mixing Bowl, 23/F, The Pemberton, 22-26 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan How much: $2,100 Click here for more information
Read more! Still stuck for ideas on how to keep the kids entertained this Easter? Discover 20 Fun Things to do with Kids or explore our Family section.

[button color="blue" size="medium" link="" icon="" target="true"]Subscribe to receive our weekly newsletter[/button]

articleTopAndCategoryPage870110 0

Jenny Leung

Senior editor

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.