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Things To Do In Hong Kong When It's Raining

Posted on 05 March 2018

Don't let the rain stop you from making plans and having a good time. We've listed ideas on how to spend a rainy day in Hong Kong.

Afternoon Tea

The perfect excuse to spend an afternoon stuffing your face with everything from cakes, scones, finger sandwiches to chocolates.

Recommended spots: Cafe Causette, Palm Court at Langham HotelSEVVA, Café 103 at The Ritz-Carlton, Above & Beyond at Hotel Icon, Café Gray Deluxe


Art Jamming

Unleash your inner creative and spend the day painting. There are plenty of art jamming places in Hong Kong and some venues allow you to bring your own alcohol and play your own music, so get jamming, literally. 

Recommended spots: Studio83, Paint Palette, Artjamming

Up, Up and Away

Work up a sweat in a fun way with indoor climbing/obstacle course gyms and trampoline parks sprinkled around Hong Kong. 

Recommended spots: Verm City, Ryze

Have fun in an escape room

Challenge yourself in an escape room full of puzzles with a bunch of your friends. There are different scenarios and storylines with varying levels of difficulties for you to choose from. 

Check out Lost

Hello Spa Day!

Everybody loves a pamper session. Book yourself in for a massage or facial at one of the many spas sprinkled across Hong Kong. Splurge on one in a hotel such as The Ritz Carlton, for amazing views of Victoria Harbour. 


Go bowling

Tikitiki Bowling Bar in Sai Kung is a great spot to spend the afternoon with friends. From live music, a restaurant and cocktails served in coconut shells and tiki mugs, time will fly by while you are on the lanes.


Hong Kong has no shortage of shopping malls, from IFC and Times Square to the Citygate Outlets, you can easily spend all day inside occupied without having to step foot outside. With an abundance of restaurants and cafes to take a break from all the shopping, you can also go ice skating in malls like Megabox and Festival Walk.

Watch a movie

Catch the latest box office film at your local cinema with a box of popcorn in hand. You can purchase your tickets ahead of time using the HK Movie app. Or you know, stay home for Netflix and chill.

What do you like to do when it's raining?

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