Whether you want to learn how to roller skate, practice your skills, or just have fun and throw a party, Bun’s 2020 is the ultimate #throwbackthursday taking you to the 80’s!
Looking for a fun rainy day activity? Found a match on a dating app and scrambling for first date ideas to impress? Bun’s 2020 is an 80’s dream taking you to scenes of American shows and movies. Hong Kong’s largest roller skating rink – a hefty 20,000-square-foot for rollin’ – makes a great day out with friends and family.
Bun’s 2020 opens in Quarry Bay
A throwback to the 80’s
The name pays homage to the rink at Bun’s Amusement Centre at Sha Tin’s New Town Plaza that was open in the 80’s. Keeping the theme of its predecessor, Bun’s 2020 pumps up the volume with iconic English and Canto-pop hits in its rink illuminated by neon lights and spinning disco ball.
The rink also includes a diner that’s set to open, a beginner-friendly rink, and an advanced rink for experienced skaters. Expect to see this new rink all over your feed as the rink’s neon wings, fairy lights, and glowing skates were designed with Instagram in mind!
Throw a retro party!
How about a roller skating rink for your kid’s next birthday bash? You can make bookings for either two or three hours – prices differ depending on the time of your reservation. Alcoholic beverages aren’t allowed on the premises, and all party tickets come with a maximum of 10 pairs of skates and juice or soda for all. Bun’s 2020 also provides their own catering service for parties.
The roller skates are up for rent on a first-come-first serve basis; if you have your own skates, bring ‘em along. Locker rentals are available so, no worries, you won’t be skating with your bags! Entrance tickets range between $140-$280, depending on the day and time. If you’re new to roller skating, you can sign up for a group class, semi-private, or one-on-one. Classes can be one-off, or a max of 20 lessons – each class lasts an hour long.
Find out more about ticketing here.
Bun’s 2020, 7/F, Kodak House 1, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2779 2020