Attention, little ones — Donut and Ah Meow are visiting Donut Playhouse! Every Saturday and Sunday in March, children can meet their favourite mascots while enjoying thrilling adventures at Happy Mega Slide, Happy Ocean World, and more.
Want to mix fun with learning? Every child can take home a complimentary box of 3D puzzles (valued at HK$68) designed by Hong Kong brand Team Green — and explore Donut Playhouse’s pop-up store for STEM toys at B2!
Take your kids to Donut Playhouse for a weekend of delight!
Location: G50, G/F, K11 MUSEA
Enquiry & booking: 91879792
Donut Playhouse Weekend Special Package
Opening Hours: 11AM – 7PM (Sat – Sun; closed 1:30PM – 3PM)
Price: HK$260 per session (Ticket includes 1 adult + 1 child)
^All participants should read the rules of Donut Playhouse before entering.
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Be transported to the blissful paradise of Southern France! Market Liberty brings the resort aesthetic of the French Riviera to K11 MUSEA with exclusives such as Flore Norman, ROMANCHIK, and Market Liberty men’s fashion!
A fashion and lifestyle multi-brand store, Market Liberty curates the southern French aesthetic for a romantic and stylish wardrobe. Honing in on the art of slow living, the brand is focused on soul healing, diversity, and sustainability, combining travel and historical inspiration to cultivate a high quality of life.
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Location:207, 2F, K11 MUSEA
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