Hong Kong gets uncomfortably hot and humid in summer. It's best to avoid July and August, especially when travelling with little nuggets.
Explore Tai Ping Shan in this itinerary for things to do in Hong Kong with kids. Experience a great mix of old Hong Kong (pastel-coloured high rises, Man Mo Temple, narrow laneways, steps and more steps). But also find some light touches of urban renewal, with small, local boutiques, galleries and cafés. First, head to Des Voeux Road West Dried Seafood Market, then grab a coffee at Corner Kitchen Café. Next, check out the park at Hollywood Road before further exploring Tai Ping Shan neighbourhood. Afterward, let the nuggets exercise their creativity at Art in Motion by Lighthouse. To cap things off, grab a coffee at The Cupping Room and stroll through the creative hub of PMQ. Here, locals, old and new, seem to mingle nicely and you face less crowds or tourists. Lastly, the colours of temples, antiques, street art and shops all blend into a quintessential Hong Kong experience (reminiscent of director Wong Kar Wai’s earlier films).