As we embrace the cooler weather, it's time to ignite the camp spirit with fall and winter camps in Hong Kong.
Are your children finally taking a break from the books? In addition to hosting lively kids’ parties, enrolling them in holiday camps is a great way to keep them active, too. As the seasons change and temperatures drop, fall and winter camps in Hong Kong offer a continuation of the sweet memories from summer camps, and provide educational programmes for your little ones both in and outdoors. Read on for our top picks of autumn and winter fun!
2023 fall and winter camps in Hong Kong
1. Camp Beaumont
Our favourite holiday camp provider, Camp Beaumont, strikes again this fall and winter with its signature camps! This UK-based multi-activity day camp provider is offering a fabulous array of programmes in Hong Kong, suitable for children aged 2.5 to 12 years. Hosted on leading school campuses across the city, the fall- and winter-themed activities at Camp Beaumont will put your kids in the holiday mood as they frolic outdoors – playing, exploring, being creative, all the while having fun and taking a well-earned break from their studies. Inspired by the adventures, your little ones will step outside their comfort zones and realise their full potential.
Camp Beaumont’s 2023 autumn and winter camps will be held in different locations: Wycombe Abbey School in Aberdeen, Nord Anglia International School in Lam Tin, Malvern College, Malvern Pre-Schools in Island West and Coronation Circle, Dibber International Kindergarten, and Nord Anglia International School in Sai Kung. Take your pick from these dates: 16 to 20 October, 24 to 27 October, 18 to 22 December, or 27 to 29 December. Alternatively, there’s the four-day camp from 2 to 5 January 2024 at the German Swiss International School.
Psst – make sure to enter the code HONEY10 at check-out to get 10% off at Camp Beaumont!
Find out more about Camp Beaumont Hong Kong.
Budding Newtons and Einsteins, assemble! Hailing from Singapore, Newtonshow is now offering its beloved Newtonshow Science Holiday Camp in Hong Kong. Held weekly between 20 November and 12 January, from 9am to 4pm, the Christmas programme gives little campers the incredible opportunity to experience the world of science up close. They’ll be guided by trained and experienced teachers through interactive games, crazy experiments, creative workshops, and more at “Arctic Science” and “Superhero Science” camps. Additionally, two snacks and a healthy lunch will be provided to fuel even more science adventures. Parents can feel at ease too, as you’ll get a daily camp photo report to see how your children are thriving and learning safely at Newtonshow.
Psst – did we mention we have an exclusive discount for you? Simply enter the code HONEY10 to get 10% off Newtonshow’s Christmas Camps!
Newtonshow, 8/F, Chuang’s Enterprises Building, 382 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. +65 82 64 66 55
Guiding your children across the world, Guidepost operates as the largest Montessori network, with over 100 campuses worldwide. Get your little ones excited for Guidepost’s 2023/24 winter camps, held at its locations in Hong Kong, Bali, Beijing, Hangzhou, and Guangzhou!
Montessori at heart, Hong Kong’s Winter Wonderland camp from 18 to 22 December will conduct interactive games and crafts in dual-language (English and Mandarin). Over in Indonesia, the weekly Bali Adventure from 19 December to 13 January explores the beautiful AYANA Estate, during which children will be busy experiencing a rich array of blended activities that scaffold their minds, challenge their bodies, and delight their souls. For an authentic Mandarin Immersion, Guidepost’s winter camps in Beijing, Hangzhou, and Guangzhou from 18 December to 12 January will be your best bet. Led by experienced Montessori teachers, the unique programme offers hands-on activities for curious minds and gives children the precious opportunity to explore diverse culture and history.
Find out more about the winter camps at Guidepost.
4. The Backyard Gang
What better time for an adventure than autumn and winter in Hong Kong, amidst the cooler weather and holiday vibes? Join The Backyard Gang, where the little ones can be free and active in the great outdoors. Running for 2 to 5 days and across different locations, The Backyard Gang offers plenty of games and activities such as hiking, building a fire to cook some indulgent s’mores, making a rope swing at the beach, and more.
Learn more about The Backyard Gang’s holiday camps.
Find out more about The Backyard Gang.
5. Babel Film Workshop
Believing that film and media are among the most powerful forms of communication in the modern world, Babel Film Workshop is one of Hong Kong’s leading film and media arts education companies, striving to help everyone express themselves creatively. Its holiday camps enable those aged 8 to 18 experience film and media with timely, seasonal themes. In winter 2023, children can take part in Voice Acting for Animation; Filmmaking; Screenwriting; and Cinematography Intensive programmes.
Learn more about Babel Film Workshop’s holiday camps.
Babel Film Workshop, Unit 1704, 17/F, M Place, 54 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
6. Camp Asia Pacific Adventure (Camp APA)
Create memories that’ll last a lifetime through outdoor excursions with Camp Asia Pacific Adventure. Three- and five-day overnight programmes in the Winter Break Camps will bring children through a range of exciting land- and water-based activities, such as ziplining, outdoor cooking, and fire building to fuel self-discovery and overcome personal fears. Spend days going through thrilling experiences like rock climbing, local farming, or wilderness tent camping for plenty of environmental education, social-emotional growth, and outdoor exercise.
Learn more about Camp APA’s Winter Break Camps.
Camp Asia Pacific Adventure, Unit B, 16/F, Gee Chang Hong Centre, 65 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 2792 7128
7. The C Club
Make Mandarin classes for kids fun with holiday camps at The C Club! Focused Chinese learning will have youngsters mastering the basics of oral, listening, reading, and writing in no time, whilst participating in immersive cultural activities. Furthermore, programmes are well-rounded with STEM, cooking, and drama classes among the variety of activities offered. Children of any level of Chinese knowledge are welcome to have fun and flex their skills at The C Club.
Learn more about The C Club’s 2023 Holiday Camps.
The C Club, Unit 1702, 17/F, M Place, 54 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, p. 3427 9619
8. Cobo Academy
Bringing the world of coding and robotics to the new generation, Cobo Academy focuses on teaching children the modern language of technology. Fast-evolving Coding Camps have programmes for everyone from pre-schoolers to high schoolers, led by a team of veterans in tech, guiding campers through artificial intelligence technology, web programming, algorithmic thinking, and more. Invest in skills of the future by getting your little ones well-versed in digital literacy in a fun and educational environment at Cobo Academy.
Learn more about Cobo Academy’s 2023/24 Winter Camps.
Cobo Academy, 6/F, Yam Tze Commercial Building, 23 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, p. 3905 1111
Looking for 2023 autumn and winter camps in Hong Kong? The holiday camps at YWCA provide children exciting opportunities to expand their skills and try new things. Programmes provide drama, Mandarin, science, dance, cooking, chess, and many other courses that campers can take based on their interests. They’re led by encouraging and professional instructors, with sports, education, and the arts all highlighted to give a well-rounded experience. Christmas Camps also have a little something for everyone, with basketball, coding, Chinese calligraphy, fencing, gymnastics, and more available for kids to sign up for.
Learn more about YWCA’s Christmas Camps.
YWCA, 3/F, 1 MacDonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3476 1340
10. Move For Life
Move For Lie empowers kids through a variety of dance-based courses and workshops. It works with numerous schools and youth organisations to stimulate creative expression, emotional development, as well as musical and physical intelligence in children. In addition to offering Little Movers and Move Monkeys Camps for different age groups, we love that Move For Life promotes social awareness with Koala Bop, a camp for kids with special educational needs and physical disabilities. There are a wide array of activities each day, including dance in different styles, sensory play, arts and crafts, indoor games, and more.
Learn more about Move For Life’s 2023 winter camps in Hong Kong.
Move For Life, Units 101-3, 111 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 5577 8047