Have a look at a few fun things for your kids to do over the Chinese New Year break. From outdoor adventures to yoga days, Lantau has it to offer!
Ark Eden (February 4-12)
Ark Eden’s nature camps bring out the adventurous, curious and compassionate side of children and provide outdoor fun for children, aged 5-11 years. Camps are held deep in the forests of Lantau, with different activities each day. Activities include tree-house building, campfire cooking, carpentry, scavenger hunts and nature play. [email protected], arkedenonlantau.org.
Embody (February 4, 7, 8)
At Embody’s Chinese New Year Camp, 5-11 year-old children will learn how to Zumba Bollywood-style, enjoy Bounce Dance Fit which combines Hip Hop, House, R&B, Disco, and Vogue Root, and practice yoga moves including the ‘Happy Baby Pose’, which is like a pig rolling in the mud. You can choose one, two and/or three days and the cost is HK$250, HK$450 and HK$650 respectively. 6624 8712, [email protected], embody.hk.
MGK Fight Club (February 4-10)
MGK Fight Club is the only martial arts club in DB with professional MMA fighters and BJJ black belts. During CNY, classes will be held every day in a friendly environment. Training is accessible to everyone, kids and adults, beginner to professional, and for all purposes: as a hobby, or for fitness, technique, self-defense, or a competition. 9303 2996, [email protected], marcguyon.hk.
The Beat (February 4, 6, 8)
The title of the Beat’s Chinese New Year Camp says it all: Introduce Your Child To The Beautiful World of Ballroom Dancing. Incorporating a fun and encouraging approach, the children will engage in interactive games, physical activities and age-related routines all at the same time falling in love with dancing. Healthy snacks and short educational movie will be included in each session. 5194 9630, [email protected], thebeat.com.hk.