top 0

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

Copyright © 2024 LOCALIIZ | All rights reserved

Spooktacular Things to Do With Your Kids This Halloween

By Jenny Leung 26 October 2018
Halloween – the single greatest day of the year when kids get to dress up as whatever they like, and have an excuse to scoff down as much candy as possible. While the sweet tradition of Trick-or-treating is not hugely popular here in Hong Kong, there are still lots of fun kid-friendly activities happening around town for the whole family to enjoy. From a whimsical adventure into Disneyland, to biting down on devil-licious meals, we guarantee your little ones will be screaming for joy at one of these spooktacular events and happenings down below. Plus, aren't kids in costumes just the cutest?

[pro_ad_display_adzone id="73367"]

Hallo-wiener Dog Party

Back again just in time for Halloween, this year's sausage walk is inviting all of Hong Kong's loveable Dachshunds (and human companions) to take a tour around the beautiful Cyberport Park, before settling down at Delaney's for a grand prize giveaway to the best-dressed doggie! Entrance fee is $50 for each dog in fancy dress, and all proceeds will be donated to Hong Kong Dog Rescue. When: October 27, (11am - 12.30pm) Where: Delaney's, The Cyberport Arcade, 100 Cyberport Road, Telegraph Bay How much: $50 per dog Click here for more information foodie-family-halloween-party-hong-kong

Foodie Family Halloween Party

In collaboration with Marriott Vacation Club and kids’ playroom expert, Dream Room, Foodie is throwing an all-out family Halloween bash this Friday for you and your whole family to celebrate the spookiest day of the year. Welcoming kids from ages 9 and upwards, guests can expect to have oodles of fun in the giant ball pit and maze, receive complimentary face-paintings, munch on delicious snacks and free-flow drinks, take lots of adorable family snaps, and win amazing prizes in the costume contests! So get your tickets now and don’t miss out on this great family-bonding experience this Halloween. When: October 26, (6pm - 8.30pm) Where:Dream Room, 10/F, Pak Sau Centre, 115 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong How much: Family Package (two adults + one child), $248 (club member) - $348 (non member) Click here for more information

Trick or (Dog) Treat: Halloween at Stazione Novella

Have yourself a relaxing Sunday and head over to Stazione Novella with your four-legged friend, where pups dressed in the spookiest (or cutest) outfits can snag their owners a free coffee or an Espresso Martini on the house, along with some complimentary house-made Pupperoni treats! And if that's not enough, post a picture of your pup in costume using the hashtag #stazzypooch before 4pm on the day, and the pup with the most likes will win a delicious giant dog cake, and a wine class for two for their proud parent(s). When: October 28, (12pm - 4pm) Where: Stazione Novella, 52 - 56 Staunton Street, Soho How much: Free admissions Click here for more information

Halloween Kids Party at Frites

For another fun-filled family activity on Halloween, dress up with your little ones in their favourite costumes and make your way to Frites for buckets of free Halloween candies, a spooky magic show, and the chance to win a $500 dining voucher for the best-dressed kid – time to get sewing! When: October 29, (12pm onwards) Where: Locations vary How much: Free admission Click here for more information

Halloween at SuperPark Hong Kong

This Halloween, SuperPark is turning up the spook-o-meter with a whole range of thrilling games and activities that will be perfect for your little monkeys. On the half-hour every day, there will be SuperGhosts lurking around to randomly challenge kids to different activities around the park, with a small prize for those who win the game. Free sweets can also be redeemed at the reception desk using Halloween stickers that will be distributed to all visitors throughout the day. Don't forget to dress up in costume for a chance to win a SuperPark one-day ticket too! With so much going on, SuperPark Hong Kong is the perfect place to keep away from the crowds this Halloween. When: Until October 31 Where: SuperPark Hong Kong, Shop G03, One Silver Sea Tower 1, 18 Hoi Fai Road, Tai Kok Tsui How much: $120 - $180 (Mon to Fri) / $150 - $250 (Sat & Sun) Click here for more information

Disney Halloween Time

Dress up as your most beloved Disney villain and join your fellow band of baddies at Disneyland this Halloween! Come and get lost in the walk-through Halloween Town with Jack Skellington and his friends, watch as Maleficent and her army of Disney baddies parade down the streets at night, and dig into some devilish bites whilst you dance along with Mickey and his crew at the Halloween Time Street Party! It's going to be one hell of a wicked time. When: Until October 31 Where: Hong Kong Disneyland Park How much: $495 (age 3 – 11) / $669 (age 12 and above) Click here for more information

Ocean Park Halloween Fest

It's Halloween at Ocean Park and all the fun-loving Sanrio friends have come out to play! Apart from exciting games, spooky shows, and plenty of photo opportunities with all the adorably frightful Sanrio characters, the Circus of Wonder with hilarious clowns and carnival characters and the Devil Seeker's Tale AR game also promise to pile on the excitement for you and your little ones this Halloween. When: Until October 31 Where: Ocean Park Hong Kong How much: $240 (aged 3 – 11) / $480 (aged 12 or above) Click here for more information
Read more! See what other events are happening around the city.

[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.