Holiday Clubs and Voluntary Work in Hong Kong

Find out about options for keeping your teens occupied during the school holidays...

Some schools provide activities or trips during school vacations for their students; contact the relevant school for exact information.

In addition, there are many camps run by youth organisations. Parents can find details of activities and how to book via the Leisure and Cultural Services Department website's Holiday Camps section, which also has information about a range of leisure activities specifically for teens.

Older teenagers can get involved in volunteer projects. HandsOn Hong Kong provides a comprehensive list of volunteer opportunities in Hong Kong and the necessary language requirements for each. For further information on volunteering in Hong Kong, visit the Hong Kong Live blog.


Public libraries have reading programmes and activities specifically aimed at teenagers, including English-speaking teenagers. They also support teenagers with their studies by means of literary talks and creative writing courses. There are downloads and references for teenagers working on school projects from the Hong Kong Public Libraries website.

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  • Outward Bound run a range of programs for children and teenagers throughout the year, with trips around the region that challenge and reward participants. 
  • Lasermads is a laser tag facility in Causeway Bay and is a popular place for teens to run around regardless of the season.
  • Paintball HQ operate competitive paintball games for groups within a safe environment, adhering to strict safety regulations and precautions.
  • LOST HK is a popular escape room in Hong Kong, with several scenarios requiring groups to communicate and use their logic to solve a puzzle and leave the room within the specified time frame.