All out of birthday party ideas? We’ve got plenty! From boozy brunches to tram parties, karaoke bars and more, here’s where to celebrate your birthday in Hong Kong.
You’ve got your party frock, ordered your birthday cake, and narrowed down your guest list, now all that’s left is to decide how you want to celebrate your big day. After many turns around the sun (who’s counting?), you start to run out of inspiration, but we’ve got a whole list of birthday party ideas to get you excited. From boozy brunches and tram parties to karaoke bars, fun workshops and more, here’s how to spend your birthday in Hong Kong.
Top 12 Birthday Party Ideas
A Boozy Brunch
A birthday staple. Why dine in moderation when you can indulge in unlimited food and drinks? Hong Kong’s brunch menus run the gamut from Italian comfort food through to finessed Asian delicacies. Head here for our ultimate guide to the best brunch in Hong Kong – all with free-flow options of course!
Tea, scones and finger sandwiches, oh my! Talk about the royal treatment. Grab your frilliest floral dress and ask your friends out for a spot of afternoon tea. Whether you want to enjoy the age-old tradition in a fancy hotel or on board a junk boat, we’re sure our afternoon tea guide will have something that will suit your fancy.
Read More: Your Guide To Afternoon Tea In Hong Kong
Picnic In The Park
Hong Kong is full of hidden picnic spots that are perfect for laying out a blanket. Pack yourself a basket full of your favourite treats (don’t forget the cake and bubbly!), or let the professionals do the hard work – favourites like Invisible Kitchen and Rajasthan Rifles offer great picnic hampers that you can order and enjoy on the day.
A Private Dinner
After a more intimate affair? There are a number of well-established and emerging private kitchens sprinkled around the city that will surely make your day a memorable one. A lovingly set table, dishes made specially for your and your guests, and no hassle (read: dishes to be washed), the dinner party of your dreams awaits.
Drinks With A View
End your day on a high note atop one of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers, with a cocktail in hand. We’ve got plenty of rooftop bars to choose from, so get ready to take in that million-dollar harbour view and toast to a fabulous year ahead!
Book A Staycation
A room with a view, fluffy robes, a mini bar, breakfast buffets, spas and infinity pools. What more could you want? Whether you’re rooming with your besties, significant other, furry friend, or are booking a solo stay, your city staycation options are virtually endless. For a more unique experience, consider glamping!
Hit The Beach
Grab your bathers and SPF and get some sand between your toes! Barbecue pits, a bit of shade and kayaks for rent? Whatever you require, our guide to Hong Kong’s best beaches will have you set for a fun day in the sun. And if you’re in no rush to head back to the city, why not end your night at one of these beachside bars or restaurants?
Read More: The Best Beaches In Hong Kong
Join A Creative Workshop
Want to spend the day exploring your creative side? Whether you’ve always wanted to try your hand at flower arranging, crafting your own jewellery or simply love a good art jamming session, our city has something for everyone.
Read More: Unconventional Creative Classes In Hong Kong
Disneyland, Ocean Park Or Water World
How do you pick between the three? It’s hard to beat “The Happiest Place On Earth” (especially now with its new spectacular fireworks show!), but how do you say no to a free ticket to Ocean Park? Both are solid choices – on a sweltering summer’s day though, Water World might take the cake.
Organise A Junk Party
Born in the summertime? A junk party seems like a no-brainer. Opt for a day trip and spend the afternoon lounging on inflatables, or book in an all-inclusive night cruise around the harbour. With tons of companies to choose from (check our ultimate junk guide for a helping hand), you’re bound to find one that’ll float your boat.
Read More: Your Ultimate Hong Kong Junk Boat Guide
Channel your inner Whitney and sing your heart out at one of the city’s karaoke hotspots. Our go-tos include RedMR, with locations on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, and Filipino karaoke restobar Junels in Sai Ying Pun.
Book A Party Tram
Celebrate in true Hong Kong fashion by booking a vintage-style ding ding and brace yourself for the ultimate night on the town courtesy of HK Tramways. With a maximum capacity of 30 to 40 people (depending on tram type), the party trams can be hired for a minimum of two hours (starting at $1,300 per hour), with catering options also available on request!
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