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A 20,000-square-foot indoor rollerskating rink has opened in Quarry Bay!

By Annette Chan 27 September 2021

Header image courtesy of @edo_s_faces (via Instagram)

Coasting off the worldwide rollerblading renaissance, Hong Kong has seen a huge uptick in interest in skating, with pop-up roller discos and outdoor rinks getting lots of love. Now, Hong Kong finally has its largest indoor roller skating facility in Quarry Bay! Located halfway between North Point and Quarry Bay, the space is a haven for roller skaters and fans of retro visuals alike, with an updated 1980s aesthetic replete with neon, fairy lights, and disco balls.

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Spanning approximately 20,000 square feet, Bun’s 2020 comprises a rinkside diner (which is yet to open), a beginner-friendly rink of painted cement, and a larger hardwood rink for more confident skaters, with multiple Instagrammable photo spots scattered throughout.

You can hit the ground rolling if you like, although beginners are welcome to join one of the regular classes to learn the basics from the pros first. As a colourful, family-friendly location, there are of course plenty of options for roller party packages, from children’s birthday bashes to discos with live DJs and more.

Customers are encouraged to bring their own skates if possible, but rollerblades and lockers are also available for rent. Day sessions for open skating are two hours long and cost $200, while night sessions last for three hours and start from $250 (all types are inclusive of skate rental). Training classes start from $340 for group lessons and can be purchased as single classes or as part of a package of five to 20 classes—click here for the pricing breakdown. 

Bun’s 2020, 7/F, Kodak House 1, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay | (+852) 2779 2020

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Annette Chan

Senior editor

Annette is an editor and copywriter with a lifetime of experience in hunting out the most interesting, odd, and delightful things about her beloved home city. Having written extensively about everything from food and culture to fashion, music, and hospitality, she considers her speciality to be Hong Kong itself. In her free time, you can find Annette trying out new dumpling recipes or playing Big Two at her favourite local bars with a cocktail in hand.