Let’s Go Donuts at K11 MUSEA

K11 MUSEA’s Donut Playhouse is the new playground for kids. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.
The Donut Golf Club is divided into four areas to offer science-themed indoor golf activities. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.
Designed by award-winning Danish designer Ole Barslund Nielsen, Happy Mega Slide is the largest indoor slide in Hong Kong. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.
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K11 HONG HONG'S SILICON VALLEY OF CULTURE

K11 MUSEA’s Donut Playhouse, with the largest indoor slide in Hong Kong, will thrill the kids—and evoke the inner child in adults too.

K11 MUSEA’s Donut Playhouse is the new playground for kids. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.

 

If you or your kids haven’t yet visited the Donut Playhouse (Facebook: @DonutandAhMeow), that intriguing Kohn, Pedersen Fox-designed glass emporium of fun, friendship, nature, learning and community at K11 MUSEA on Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront, then now, post-lockdown, is the best time to start and sample the attractions.

Donut Golf Club is the new must-see at Donut Playhouse, with its science-themed indoor golf activities for kids from ages 4 to 10. The playground comprises four areas; Game Zone—to test your kids’ skills, vision, coordination and accuracy in golf and inspire them with the science behind the sport; Practice Zone—to hone and tone those newly acquired golf skills and newfound scientific knowledge of forces, friction and projectile motion; The Lawn—allows adults to take a breather and capture the trophy moments of their golfing progeny “on course,”; and The Leaderboard—where challengers take on the champion’s throne and leave a record of their achievement for all to see. Go challenge Donut and Ah Meow! It’s the Mini-Masters of the Make-Believe PGA, a Club for life, and all for HK$80 for a 20-minutes session.

 

The Donut Golf Club is divided into four areas to offer science-themed indoor golf activities. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.

 

Just when you think the outing can’t be anymore fun, swap swinging for sliding by going “full-on” Donut with the Happy Mega Slide—the largest indoor slide in Hong Kong. Created by award-winning Danish designer Ole Barslund Nielsen, this unique three-floor giant, sculptural tunnel of fun requires helmets, socks and shoe covers and induces smiles and laughter as wide and full as rainbows in its mini “slidees.” The area also functions like a digital game and souvenir zone. Suitable for ages 3 to 12; admission is HK$80 for 20 minutes (The slide operates from 11am – 7pm, and is cleaned between 2pm-3pm).

 

Designed by award-winning Danish designer Ole Barslund Nielsen, Happy Mega Slide is the largest indoor slide in Hong Kong. Image courtesy of K11 MUSEA.

 

Another must-go is the Donut Café (Instagram: @donutcafehk) with its signature shakes and exclusive Gelato Panini—yes, that’s an ice cream Panini! And because the fun never ends at Donut, there’s an AR game to explore while devouring the many and various yummy gourmet snacks.

Join the young and the young of heart at Donut Playhouse, the crystal palace of creativity and pleasure for all the family.

 

 

For more on Donut Playhouse, click here to visit its website. 

 

 

 
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