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Kids Summer Camps in Hong Kong

The long summer break is just around the corner (collective gasp!). If you’re staying in Hong Kong, don’t panic, there’s plenty for the kids to do – and with our guide you won’t even notice school’s out!


Sports Stars

If your kids are into kicking balls, shooting hoops or honing their swimming strokes, here are our picks for a sporty summer –

Asia Pacific Soccer School, Kinder Kicks, Tiny Tots and Brazilian Football Academy all offer professional football coaching sessions for kids of all ages through July and August.

ESF Sports offers a range of sports activities and coaching clinics all summer long, including intensive swimming lessons.

Hong Kong Basketball Academy teaches basic basketball skills in three locations on the island.

Sport4Kids is another great all-rounder, with options ranging from art and craft to gymnastics and rugby.

Hong Kong International Tennis Academy holds classes for junior aces aged 3-12.

Summer means long days in the pool or at the beach, make sure your kids have all the swimming skills they need with a camp at Harry Wright International.


Art, Drama and Dance

Are you raising a young performer or a budding artist? Then these camps offer just what you’re looking for –

Twinkle Toes Dance classes are available at several different locations across the city. Other options for those with the dancing bug include Red Shoe Dance Company and Jean M Wong Ballet.

Faust International, Stage Right Youth Theatre, Starlit Voice, Centrestage Studios and Kids Gallery have a range of drama programmes on offer for talented young performers.

Artists will enjoy spending their days creating works of art and finetuning their skills at camps run by Little Picasso, Anastassia’s Art House, Art Loop, Colour My World and Banana Art Club.


Fun Fitness

For something a little different check out the summer Tramp-Camp at Bounce. Or try the programme at FLEX for kids aged 7 and up and choose from yoga, pilates and a range of movement classes for teens and tweens. Treasure Island on Lantau takes advantage of the island’s beaches for surf camps for kids aged 5-12, including an overnight camping for older kids.


School’s In

Many of the city’s international schools offer their own camps, but over the summer they are open to all. Some of the schools offering camps this year are Kellett School, Nord Anglia, CDNIS, Woodland Pre-Schools, Safari Kid, EtonHouse, City Kids, Spring, TutorTime, and Yew Chung.

Language Camps

If you’d like your child to work on their Mandarin over the summer try Hong Kong Institute of Languages, Southside Mandarin, Mulberry House and Mandarin for Munchkins.


Something Different

Patsy Summer Camp, Complete Deelite, and The Mixing Bowl all offer cooking and baking classes for young chefs.

Bricks4Kidz themed LEGO camps offer the chance to build something new and take home a creation at the end of the week.

Rumple and Friends Big Top Academy is a summer camp with a twist. Kids aged from 3 and up will learn circus skills, acrobatics, puppetry and more, with each week following a different theme.

First Code Academy is running workshops for junior web developers, for ages over 6.

Phew, it seems the kids will be well and truly entertained this summer after all! For more things to do make sure you keep you eye on our calendar and weekly things to do round up.