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8 indoor sports arenas to check out in Hong Kong

By Ngai Yeung 8 September 2020

Header images courtesy of Azzita HoverLand (via Facebook)

You know that it’s important to stay healthy, to keep fit and do sports, but it’s also way too hot outside. You’d hit the gym, but sports is just way more fun with friends—however, you and your friends have already cycled through the usual bowling and badminton. How about a change of pace? This summer, check out the coolest places to duke it out with your friends or family while squeezing in a workout.

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Photo credit: Impact Force CQB (Facebook)


Whether you’re a hardcore tactical veteran or a recreational amateur, Impact Force CQB will have the right gear, instructors, and arenas to prop you up with a thrilling time of wargaming ($230 for two hours with gear included). Dodge and dash through vast indoor maps such as an Arabian market, an Egyptian tomb, and even the haunting maze from the Maze Runner franchise as you and your friends track each other down. Test your reflexes, teamwork, and sharp-shooting skills in this heart-pumping combat game.

Impact Force CQB, Unit A, B2, C3, D1, E1 & E2, 3/F, Kaiser Estate, Phase 1, 41 Man Yue Street, Hung Hom | (+852) 5593 1339

Photo credit: Resa Laser (Facebook)

Laser tag

Crave the excitement of a shoot-out but not the pain of real BB bullets? Head over to Resa Laser for a flashy game of laser tag (starting from $148 for one hour). Strengthen your friendships by playing in teams with various game modes, or test your friendship and fight to the death in a wild free-for-all. Immerse yourself in the arena’s dramatic neon ambience and pretend you’re in a futuristic spy film with a cool sniper laser!

Resa Laser, Flat C & D, 2/F, Good Year Industrial Building, 119–121 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong | (+852) 3580 0030

Photo credit: @crossfirehk

Bubble football

Do you think regular football is confusing and chaotic? Well, bubble soccer takes that to a whole new level. At Crossfire’s low-light indoor arena, run, kick, and smash your way to the goal in glow-in-the-dark bubble football suits (starting from $160 for drop-ins and $3,088 for groups). Bowled someone over? It’s fine—they’re in a bubble, just focus on getting the ball in the goal in this uninhibited, crazy game of football!

Crossfire Arena, Shop 306–308, D2 Place TWO, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok | (+852) 3461 9023

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Photo credit: Azzita Hoverland (Facebook)

Hoverboard racing

Walking on the streets, you may have had the occasional individual whizz by you on a hoverboard. Well, envy them no more, as you too can now race your friends on the futuristic gadget at Azzita HoverLand. Zoom through their specially designed racing tracks on the hoverboard (starting from $89 for half an hour), or sit down on the sleek HoverFish (starting from $79 for 10 minutes) and steer by leaning left or right. For a final upgrade, take a spin on the HoverMat (starting from $99 for 10 minutes). The experience may be a bit pricey, but where else can you zip along on the cooler version of a luge cart?

Azzita HoverLand, A, 3/F, Block 1, Yip Fat Factory Building, 77 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong | (+852) 3702 1160

Photo credit: X-Land (Facebook)


Finally, you can bust out those snazzy moves you’ve been practising in secret in at Mong Kok’s Game Zone. Dance-off against your friends to popular songs on the Danz Base or Dance Evolution arcade machines, equipped with full-body sensors to see who has the more accurate moves! Alternatively, head over to X-Land in Tsuen Wan to duke it out on the more old-timey Dance Dance Revolution machine, or sweat it off by choreographing your own moves on the newer Dancerush Stardom.

Photo credit: @crossfirehk

Lightsaber sparring

Live out your dreams of being a Jedi (or a Sith, no judgement) from Star Wars in a flashy lightsaber duel at Neon Sabre ($180 for 90 minutes) at Crossfire Arena. Learn practical self-defence drills, basic sabre techniques, and combat sequences under the guidance of a friendly instructor before challenging your fellow classmates—ahem, Force users—to the most epic lightsaber duel ever. Cue Duel of the Fates blaring in the background. Book in advance to avoid paying the drop-in price; go on, we know you’ve always wanted this…

Crossfire Arena, Shop 306-308, D2 Place TWO, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok | (+852) 3461 9023

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Photo credit: VAR LIVE HK (Facebook)

Virtual-reality adventures

With special guns and a floor that vibrates, immerse yourself in an otherworldly experience at VAR LIVE, Hong Kong’s premier spot for multisensory VR games ($220 for three games). Cooperate with your friends to shoot down zombies, slice down evil samurai as a ninja, and more from their broad selection of 13 games that range from adult-oriented horror games to child-friendly virtual-reality experiences revolving around your worst nightmare—the Baby Shark Dance.

VAR LIVE, Shop 114-127, 1/F, D2 Place ONE, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok | (+852) 5744 9907

Photo credit: Velocity Aquabike Studio


While this is not a competitive sport unlike the rest of this list, we figured that this indoor sport was fascinating enough to make the list. Besides, you might want some winding-down after an intense day. Pedal away on a stationary “Jacuzzi bike” whilst submerged in water from the torso down at Velocity Aquabike Studio. Enjoy a soothing hot tub jet massage even as you pump out a solid cardio workout on an Aquabike ($280 for a 30-minute trial session), or extend your workout with a session at their Japanese sauna (starting from $450 for both bike and sauna). Velocity Aquabike Studio brands itself as the first and only solo Aquabike studio in Asia, so don’t miss out on this unique opportunity right here in Hong Kong!

Velocity Aquabike Studio, 14F, Oliv, 15–21 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay | (+852) 2110 4460

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Ngai Yeung


Ngai was born and raised in Hong Kong and is currently studying at university in the United States. You can find her wandering around the city, experimenting with egg recipes and nerding out about the news.